Fluffernutter

It’s been a long time since I’ve indulged in the sweet goodness of a Fluffernutter. If you’ve never had one, the recipe is simple. Clearly!

Ingredients:
2 pieces of sturdy bread (if peanut butter snags your bread, fluff will destroy it)
Peanut Butter (your favorite kind – I prefer Peter Pan, but it’s not available in the stores right now)
Fluff (there are plenty of knock-offs out there and they are mostly all good)

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Directions:
Spread the peanut butter on one piece of bread.
Spread the fluff on the other.
Mush them together.

Enjoy with a glass of cold milk.

The strange thing is that as you work with the fluff in the jar, you appear to go through it pretty quickly, making you think that the Fluff is nearly gone when you’re done. Come back to the jar later, and the fluff has magically returned to nearly the same level where it was before.

Now some people would blame that on the way marshmallow is filled with air, and the mucilaginous nature of it. I say “magic”.

Maybe it’s just me…

Brian Atkinson

Brian is an international and inspirational speaker, consultant, and voice artist. Brian has served as the Director of Digital Communications at American Bible Society, and the Director of Digital Media at The Bible Gateway (Gospel Communications International). He has worked as a communications director, technology manager, church-planter, radio announcer, welder, and ice cream man. He has a lot of t-shirts.

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One comment on “Fluffernutter
  1. Neal says:

    I had never heard of a fluffernutter until I moved to New England. I thought it was just a Massachusetts thing. They even serve them for lunch in school cafeterias here.
    I love them too. I have a jar of that magical fluff in the cupboard. Now that you’ve mentioned it, I think I’ll go have one.