Jackson Hole Bed and Breakfast Recipe- Clafoutis

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Jackson Hole Bed and Breakfast Recipe- Clafoutis

The French just know custards: custard sauces, creamy custards, baked custards and chilled custards (ice cream!), so it’s no surprise that they have a really fantastic baked custard I like making for breakfast called a clafoutis.  A clafoutis is essentially a fruit baked custard, traditionally using black cherries, but you can use any kind of fruit you’d like. I like to describe the custard part as a cross between a crepe and a pancake.  Clafoutis look impressive, but are one of the simplest dishes to put together:

½ cup all- purpose flour

¼ cup + 2 tablespoons granulated sugar

Generous pinch of salt

3 large eggs

3 tablespoons butter, melted

Zest from 1 lemon

¼ cup + 2 tablespoons milk- anything but skim

3 cups of any fruit- berries work great!  Fresh is best, but I’ve done frozen as well

Heat the oven to 350 and butter an 8 inch cake pan, round or square work. 

Whisk the flour, sugar, salt together in a large bowl.  Whisk in the eggs, melted butter and lemon zest until smooth.

Add the milk and whisk until light and very smooth.

Spread the 3 cups of fruit on the bottom of the cake pan and pour the batter over the top of the fruit.

Bake for 30 minutes, but look is more important than time- you want the clafoutis set, with no jiggling in the center and lightly golden on top.  So don’t worry if you have it in 15-20 minutes longer!

Great served warm, but tastes just fine at room temp.  Chill any leftovers.  Dust with powdered sugar to serve.

Dress this up for an easy dinner dessert and serve with good quality vanilla ice cream.


  1. My son and I stumbled on your Inn this summer, and found it warm and inviting and refreshingly relaxing. I gladly have shared stories of the kind hospitality and inviting personality of all of the patrons and staff. We surely will be back, hopefully many times over. I simply wanted to express my gratitude for your welcome, and the experience it left us with. Definitely a rare find in comfort and relaxation.

    Wade & “Jackson” Johansen

    • innonthecreek says:

      Hello Wade and Jackson,

      Thank you for taking the time to reach out to us! We are thrilled you enjoyed your stay with us and look forward to welcoming you back in the future.


      Casey, Amy, Hailey, Nate, and Sara

  2. Bonny Jennings says:

    Our stay was amazing. Great service. Wonderful food. Both days the breakfast was superb. The fresh squeezed orange was a super nice touch.
    It was quiet and we enjoyed watching the geese with their babies. Last visit we had a moose and several deer visit. We live in Idaho we have seen all of this but it was very fun to see them as we sat there next to the creek.
    Randy and Bonny Jennings

  3. Diane Miller says:

    Staying at The Inn on the Creek was one of the most delightful lodging experiences ever. The inn is a perfect small size, the location excellent and all the personnel extraordinary. Sara prepared delicious breakfasts and memorable cookies for the evening. As if staying in Jackson isn’t enough of a treat, this lovely inn is amazing. Meeting numerous guests at breakfast was just so nice. We cannot thank you enough for this beautiful and unexpected experience!

    • innonthecreek says:

      Hello Diane,

      Thank you so much for taking the time to write to us! We are thrilled you enjoyed your stay, the property, and our team! We hope to welcome you back on a future trip. Thank you for your kind words!


      Casey, Amy, Hailey, Nate, and Sara

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