Marshmallow Fluff Original
4.77 / 5 based on 647 Reviews
America s Favorite Spreadable Original Marshmallow Cream. No Fat or Cholesterol. No Artificial Preservatives. Gluten Free & Kosher. Contains 5 Cups, 40 Liquid oz. Get the great taste of melted marshmallow without the need for a BBQ or campfire. Try fluff as an icing on cakes, add to shakes, cookies, brownies, fudge or even pig out and eat it straight from the jar! Marshmallow Fluff® is still produced by the same batch process developed over 75 years ago - it s the only marshmallow creme made in this manner. It s what makes Durkee-Mower s product so fluffy, white, and smooth; it s what makes the difference.see more...
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Marshmallow Fluff Original
- "If you havnt got a sweet tooth like me you can out it in a sandwich with peanut butter which balances out the sugar abit." in 74 reviews
- "Not only is it 1/2 of one of my favorite sandwiches ever, it makes for a great cupcake filling or frosting, ice cream topping and microwave rice krispie treats single servings." in 18 reviews
- "It's a great alternative to marshmallows when you make hot chocolate because it doesn't melt fast like regular marshmallows." in 15 reviews
- "I also mix this with cream cheese and sugar to go with a fruit pizza recipe as the "sauce" and it's amazing with fresh fruit! " in 12 reviews
- "I was never a big fan of fluff but I remember my mom used to mix fluff with blue curacao liquer and use it as a fruit dip for get togethers with friends and family and everyone loved it!" in 10 reviews
Holy fluffernutter! I have loved this stuff since I was a little kid. My aunt always had it on hand when I would stay with her. She gave me my first fluffernutter. I think ever woman I ever looked up to in the kitchen has used this in dessert recipes. The latest fond memory of this product is my grandmother making "GG Crackers" for my kids. (GG for Great Grandma). Graham crackers smeared with tub chocolate frosting and marshmallow fluff. My grandmother's version of a s'more. It says something for a product when they have been a part of your life for as long as you can remember.
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I purchase this quite a bit! My children love to snack on peanute butter fluff sandwhiches and if you hven't tried those you are missing out, even as an adult! They are great snacks! Mashmallow cream is great for many recipes and has a great sticky taste! And it's very affordable!
The only time I use Fluff is to make frozen smores. Which may sound weird BUT I promise they're amazing. Put some Fluff between graham crackers and freeze it- just till it all adheres together. Then dip that in melted chocolate. Then freeze that. BOOM. They're so easy, and the recipe is just asking for you to play around with it. I added peanut butter once for a friend's birthday and she died, complete food heaven. Only gave it 4 stars because I find no other need or purpose for fluff and I'm really not a marshmallow fan otherwise.
Great product. I love that it’s a whipped version and not a fully set mallow because it’s super easy to scoop and put into a hot cocoa and or a dessert. It tastes great, is cheap, and easily accessible. Definitely takes hot cocoa to the next level. My husband loves fluff and Nutella on toast!
I don’t like how fluff tastes on its own, but I did buy this to make fudge and it came out AMAZING. It’s also pretty good when you want to make a smore- if you have a cooking torch you can even make it toast up like a real campfire marshmallow
I grew up in the city where Fluff was originally made and I get so sad when I travel outside of New England to find out most people don’t know what this is. Maybe it’s because I grew up with this, but this is a great marshmallow sweet spread for sandwiches. Great with peanut butter sandwiches, or if you have an extra sweet tooth, great with Nutella. Amazing to melt and pour on buttered popcorn too! Great for snacking and very low in price.
My children are mostly gluten free due to a medical condition. One day a week I allow them a treat. Recently I introduced them to one of my childhood favorites—Nutella and Marshmallow Fluff Original sandwiches. They were an instant hit. There is not much bad you can say about Fluff. It tastes amazing no matter what you do with it. It is nostalgia in a jar!
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