Fluffernutter/Flufferjelly. Yes, really.

by Sarah on June 6, 2011

Have you ever HAD a fluffernutter? ‘Cause I hadn’t. I KNOW! Peanut butter is practically running through my veins and I’d never even tried one.

That’s because Marshmallow Fluff, or on the West Coast, Marshmallow Cream did not enter my life until after I had entered my 40’s. I’m living it up, y’all!

I also happened to get this book in the mail from Quirk Publishing.  It’s the newest book from Susan Russo of Food Blogga fame.  While perusing the plethora of sandwiches, I spied the marshmallow and peanut butter marvel and decided that NOW IS THE TIME.

Look, this isn’t rocket science or anything.  Grab some decent white bread, put peanut butter on one slice and marshmallow on the other.  Put together.  The end.

I find that sandwiches such as these are better off without the crusts and then cut into pleasing shapes.

I also got the bright idea to try out this theory with jelly.  Hey, why not?

Same principle, just use the jelly of your choice.

Just try not to smile while eating these.  I dare ya.

Fluffernutter/Flufferjelly. Yes, really.


  • 2 slices good white bread
  • Marshmallow Fluff or Marshmallow Cream
  • Peanut butter or jam/jelly of your choosing


  • Spread peanut butter on one slice of bread, marshmallow on the other. Put together. If you like, cut off the crusts and cut into small rectangles or triangles.

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