Fluffernutter

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Last night, the local ice cream shop’s daily special was a  Fluffernutter sundae. My daughter didn’t know what Fluffernutter was, but I remembered it from my college days as a mix of peanut butter and marshmallow. Oh, yum. Not for the calorie counter.

My wealth of knowledge daughter proceeded to tell me that a “fluffer” is a person with a specific unusual, yeah, let’s call it unusual, occupation.  Google it yourself. So she thought it was funny that fluffer was combined with nutter to form such a heavenly food product.

Of course, once we got home I had to research Fluffernutter a little further.  I found out that it’s is actually a sandwich made from white bread with a layer of peanut butter and a layer of marshamallow fluff.  It’s also the unofficial state sandwich of Massachusetts.  I couldn’ t find if PA had a state sandwich, but I guess it could the cheesesteak if you were from Philly or maybe the Primanti type sandwich if you hail from Pittsburgh. I did find that Pennsylvania could be the first state to have a state gun, as there is a bill in the Senate for this right now. The Pennsylvania Long Rifle would be the gun.  That’s just great.

If you want to see more about Fluffernutter, including some sweet little retro jingles . .  . go to  http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/pages/fluffernutter.html

One comment on “Fluffernutter

  1. Grace

    Oooo! Yum! I used to love PB and marshmallow creme sandwiches but we never had a name for them.

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