Far Breton (also Breton far) is a recipe from Brittany region in France which is close to the clafoutis and exists in many different forms. The best known one is the one with prunes, although the traditional Breton far doesn’t include it. The recipe is really simple: eggs, sugar, flour and milk. Originally, it was a wheat porridge, complemented later with dried fruits such as prunes or raisins. So, that was a quite affordable dessert which is now a traditional dish of Brittany.