Fluffernutter, if you’ve never heard, is originally a sandwich said to have originated in New England, Massachusetts that combines two calorie-laden ingredients between two layers of bread. Those ingredients of course are marshmallow “fluff” and peanut butter. It’s hard to say no to something that sounds THAT delicious. Over the years, recipe creators and home bakers have paid homage to the sandwich with other fluffernuttery combinations. So here is a list to get you started on what’s sure to be your latest obsession, but one that just looks more put together than you just grabbing a spoonful of peanut butter and then a spoonful of marshmallow fluff and calling it a day. Although, that does sound equally amazing.
This may look as simple as peanut butter cookies with a marshmallow fluff center layer, but oh it’s so much more. That fluff filling is a marshmallow fluff frosting that will take these cookies to new heights. Not quite a whoopie pie, not quite a fluffernutter sandwich, but one perfect mashup none the less .
Puppy chow is that sweet and salty, crunchy and delicious snack that makes the perfect party food for little fingers. Give that idea a fluffernutter twist, and you’ll have these little pups, that will keep you going back for more.
Sweet goodness gracious. This is one of those desserts that could be considered a bad idea, purely because you’re bound to lick the batter, lick the pan, and lick all the blondies, so that no one else can have any.
Who has time for baking, anyway? Let’s just throw it all in a blender (which, by the way, is only 5 ingredients) and call it a day; a delicious fluffernutter milkshake day.
Only THREE ingredients! This is so simple, kids can easily help you create these, then push them aside while you eat them all. Kidding! Sharing is caring. If you’re into that sort of thing.
Because why freaking NOT? Also, because it’s incredibly simple…and again, only three ingredients. This recipe serves two, or an ambitious one.
Classic french toast casserole, with bananas, chocolate chips and of course, that fluffernutter twist. Great for baking an indulgent breakfast for a crowd, with an easy prep and let your oven do the rest.
Uh, Elvis? Yeah, Elvis! Famously known for his love of a peanut butter, banana (and bacon) sandwich, this cupcake celebrates that crazy delicious combination and one-ups it with a marshmallow frosting!
Monkey bread is that easy to make, pull-apart bundt cake that is all that’s right the world. It’s even better when you mix in peanut butter and marshmallow flavors, and then drizzle more on top for good measure.
Waffles layered with crunchy peanut butter, marshmallow fluff and topped with crunchy peanuts? #breakfastgoals
With only seven ingredients and 30 minutes of prep, you can have these ooey gooeys taking up real estate in your mouth, and if you’re nice – some of your loved one’s mouths, too.