Fresh Peach and Raspberry Flaugnarde

{ said in your most southern accent! ;) }

A flan-like dessert originating in France 
{of course!}

Basically, it's fruit baked in a batter that, when cooked, has a texture somewhere between a custard and a cake.
What, WHAT!?
Sounds divine, dontcha think!

While browsing the produce today, I noticed how beautifully ripe the peaches were. I haven't done a peach dessert yet this summer {I know, WHAT is wrong with me!!}, so I grabbed a bag full and home I went to find a dish not yet conquered.

Now, I have never heard of Flaugnarde ...
But, I do like flan and other custard type recipes!
Plus, the addition of fruit HAS to just be fantastic!
So, here we go:

Grocery List:
2 ripe Peaches, peeled and sliced into wedges
4 Eggs
1/2 cup Vanilla Sugar
1 Vanilla Bean {1 tsp. Vanilla Extract can be substituted here}
4 tbsp. Unsalted Butter, melted + 2 tbsp. for greasing pan
1 cup Flour
1 cup Whole Milk
1/4 cup Raspberries {fresh or frozen}

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Thoroughly grease 8-9 inch baking dish with butter. Place sliced peaches on the bottom.

In a medium size bowl, whisk eggs until mixed together. Add sugar, vanilla {if using bean, split it down the center and scrap the inside out with the end of a knife.} and melted butter and whisk until creamed. Add flour and mix until a smooth batter starts to form. Pour milk into batter and whisk until incorporated.

Pour batter over peaches and sprinkle the top with raspberries.

Bake for approx. 40 minutes. The top should be a nice golden brown and the center should be set when tested with a toothpick. Let it cool about 10 minutes before serving. This dessert is great served warm or cold.

This dish is what I like to call an
"Adult Dessert"
It's light and fresh...
and not sugary-sweet.

Using Vanilla Bean as well as Vanilla Sugar gives it a real punch of flavor and the contrast between the sweet peaches and tart raspberries just dance on the palate!

Adding a small dollop of Whip Cream {or maybe even a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream} would be a sweet touch to a warm slice, too - It would make for the perfect end to a sweltering-hot summer day! 

Enjoy and Happy Baking!

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Georgia said...

wow that sounds soooo good!!!!

KB said...

Looks delish. We'd love you to share your recipe with us at
Simply Delish.

Kim McCallie said...

This looks delicious! I've got some fresh peaches to cook with this weekend, too. Thanks for sharing on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.http://www.wellseasonedlife.com/2011/07/sweet-indulgences-sunday-12.html

Suzy said...

That looks delish and would put to use some of the peaches I've been getting lately in my weekly veggie/fruit box. Would be so good with a scoop of ice cream! Maybe you'll join me at my blog next weekend for my Ice Cream Social and do just that :-)

Carol@easytobeglutenfree said...

Wow! That looks fantastic! I just bought a bushel of peaches and was thinking I should try something new with some of them. Thanks for the inspiration!

Caroline said...

Looks delish. I just picked up a bunch of peaches and was searching for ideas, so thanks!

Trisha said...

Jade this looks like a wonderfully gorgeous treat ... Its my first time visiting u'r blog and I love this space. Happy to be u'r new follower!

KB said...

Thanks for sharing with
Simply Delish.
Hope to see you again next weekend.

The Tootsie Wootsie said...

YUM YUM YUM!!!! this looks Yummmy!!!

I love peaches.

Come link it up at WOOT WOOT WEDNESDAYS!


Six Sisters said...

Oh my goodness- this looks amazing!!! I love fresh peaches and I am always looking for something to make with them! Thank you so much for linking up to our party! We would love to have you come back again tomorrow for Strut Your Stuff Saturday!
Camille @

Kim McCallie said...

Hi! Just stopping by to let you know that your recipe was in the top 4 on last week's Sweet Indulgences Sunday. Hope you'll stop by this week and share one of your recipes.


Amanda-The Sweet Details said...

oh i'd love to feature this on my blog if that's ok with you:)

Paula said...

Oh my, first time visit here (came for one of your cookie recipes) and I think I need to make this soon. How summer-y!