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Fluff, what’s not to love?

Fluff, is one of three varieties of marshmallow creme made in the U.S.A., and I believe that it’s the best.

I grew up in the Boston area, and thought that everyone had this in their cabinets. It’s a staple of grade school lunches up and down New England.

I couldn’t find the stuff when I moved west, and I started having a serious hankering for a Fluffernutter Sandwich. For those of you who don’t know, a “Fluffernutter” is a peanut butter and Fluff sandwich. It will send you into a sugar coma, but it’s soooo good. I suggest making half a sandwich for your first try. I’m sure that purists would insist on making one with Wonder Bread, but I actually prefer mine on a good wheat bread, since the white bread tears so easily.

Here’s the official Fluff web site. Here you’ll find all sorts of trivia and a store locator to find the hallowed stuff. You can even order a case online if you so desire.

It does come in Strawberry and Raspberry which I think are abominations to the original, but if you like ’em, good for you. They actually might work in making yummy frostings….

The fluff also makes a great filling for whoopie pies, and I have always loved marshmallow creme on top of a caramel sundae. You just need to warm the creme a bit for it to thin out for a topping. (Just don’t ask for marshmallow topping west of the Mississippi, they’ll know that you’re a yankee….)

There is even a Fluff festival in Somerville, MA called….wait for it….What the Fluff. Check out the undying love for this product!

I have found Fluff at Cost Plus/World Market. It’s always good to have on hand. I don’t know what the shelf life is, because as soon as it’s opened, it’s gone.

Here’s a “Fluffy Marshmallow Cream” recipe from the food network, it sounds delightful.

Let me know if you have other ways that you like to enjoy it.


About sweetaddict

I'm a crazy, candy-infatuated, blogger who s so happy that you stopped by. This place is dedicated to all of us who always end up in the candy aisle. I'm totally impartial and answer only to my taste buds. I write about all things sweet from candy to baking to ice cream and beyond. Let me know your favorites.

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  1. I love fluff too…but we mostly had marshmallow creme growing up, it wasn’t until recently I’ve noticed fluff on the shelves in KY. The nice thing too is I do’t eat gelatin…and regular marshmallows have gelatin, but fluff does not. Now if i can just figure out how to toast fluff and put it on a s’more! 🙂


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