Also called flaugnarde, flognarde is a cousin of the Limousin clafoutis. The main difference with the clafoutis is that you can put other fruits in it apart from cherry, like apple or plum. This delicious cake is also found in Auvergne and Périgord.
It can be served hot or cold depending on the circumstances, and traditionally consists of Reinette apples, sugar, flour, eggs, milk, cream, and oil or butter.
Flognarde is delicious with a sweet dessert wine, a Vouvray for example, and is traditionally served for dessert.