"Old fashioned peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sammmies! This unusual, wonderful flavor is great for a kid's snack." — Sarah K.
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2 1/2 tablespoons
marshmallow cream (such as Marshmallow Fluff®)
Here's my take: I spread peanut butter on the bread, top with marshmallows (not the creme) and pop in the toaster oven. It gives the bread a nice crunch, makes the peanut butter gooey and gives the marshmallows a nice campfire feel. With my adjustments I give it a five. Great comfort food. Yummo!
Bread in microwave? Asking for a soggy mess! Instead of creme, I used mini marshmallows. I took the advice of other reviewers and put mine in the toaster oven. This with a glass of milk -NOW it's 5 stars.
I'm from Massachusetts and we call this recipe a Fluffernutter. Now that I'm an adult I get to have one every single day if I want to. And I do!
We like to add sliced bananas for a "nanner-nutter-fluffer". I must have the absolute freshest white bread for mine. Mmmmm...
I loved making this for lunch. The peanut butter sort of over powered the marshmallow so next time I'm going to add more marshmallow.
These are amazing, but they are even more spectacular if one uses cinnamon raisin bread!
Nutella (chocolate and hazelnuts creamy spread) and marshmallows would be equally as good for a different treat with white or cinnamon and raison bread.
Yum Yum.....Raisin or white bread.....Peanut butter, Marshmallow, banana, and J E L L Y......No measuring for me...if I can get in in ....Wonderful
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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