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In France, I have only seen it spelled "C-L-A-F-O-U-T-I-S." That's the spelling I use. I don't believe the other is singular.
It's clafoutis in French, but often spelled clafouti in English, probably to make it more phonetic.
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Survey say's, "clafoutis". Oh those french with their silent finials.
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