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Recently here at NellieBellie we made fluffernutter cookies. And we thought we were pretty darn intelligent for figuring out a second marshmallow fluff use, because the only way we’d ever used it was to make fluffernutter sandwiches. Then we got to thinking. Dangerous. What other marshmallow fluff uses could we find? Surely it didn’t just have our 2 purposes? And, after scouring the internet, we discovered several more great uses. We’ve compiled a list of them for you (you are welcome!).
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Don’t know what marshmallow fluff is? That’s fair. We probably only know because our family is ginormous and our parents had to come up with cheap ways to make us feel like we were having an amazing treat. It’s marshmallows all sticky and mushed up and put in a jar that you buy at the grocery store. Next to the ‘mallows, of course.
1. Fluffernutter sandwiches. The classic kids’ food that grown-ups like, too. This person even made homemade marshmallow fluff! Personally, we think that’s excessive. But, hey! Do what you want!
2. Fluffernutter cookies. Yet another excuse to put marshmallow goodness between 2 baked things with peanut butter.
3. S’mores. If you don’t have normal mallows, and it’s winter. You can pretend. Not as good as the real thing, but will be delicious in a pinch. Or you can bake smores bars in the oven.
4. Fudge. Who knew you could use marshmallow fluff to make fudge?
5. Frosting. Forget making frosting, just spread some of this goodness on top. Be sure to warm it up a bit so it spreads better…or you’ll have a big mess. You can also use the mallow to make actual frosting, like Lil’ Luna did.
6. Whoopie Pies. You can make a fancy recipe for whoopie pies, like this one. Or you can go to the store, buy soft cookies, put marshmallow fluff in the middle, and call it Whoopie Pies. Either works. One makes you a genius.
7. Swiss Cake Rolls. More work than we’d usually say is worth it…but look at that photo!!! Geez.
8. Rice Krispies. Forget the mess of melting mallows on the stove. Just warm up a jar of mallow goodness and you’re almost done! Way to be Shugary Sweets!