Oooooh, yum! Mashmallow fluff became available in my town when I was a child, and mostly served in the unforgettable fluffernutter sandwich--peanut butter and marshmallow cream. Delicious--and terrible for one's teeth, I assure you.These days, however, marshmallow cream is commonly used when making fudge. Other uses include a dip for fruit, or even cake frosting.
Thanks for the tips Amanda, I think I'm gonna have to give fudge a go, I love fudge!
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Honestly I find this stuff a bit revolting, but my sister and dad love this stuff. They eat out of the jar by the spoonful! It sort of fluffs back up - hiding the evidence that you've taken some. Like Amanda said I thinks its most popular use is fluffernutter sammy's and also to make rice krispy treats!
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