Peanut Butter and Fluff

Today I will show you how to make a delicious sandwich with Peanut Butter and Fluff.

The first thing you do is stir the peanut butter a little; I do this because the peanut oil sometimes separate and sits on top and no one wants a slimy sandwich.

After it is whipped up a little, I spread a thick layer of peanut butter on whatever bread I have (potato bread is the best).

Once I have spread the peanut butter thick, and making sure it is even all around, I open the Fluff[1] and proceed to scoop out as much as I need for the whole sandwich in one scoop.  I only do one scoop because as soon as the fluff touches the bread, it sticks and the bread is left on the knife and it keeps everything clean.

This is the basic creation of a peanut butter and fluff sandwich.

P.S. If you are really in the mood for sweet treats, it is also not a bad idea, if you have a can of whipped cream or a bottle of chocolate syrup in the fridge, to add a little on the sandwich.  I urge you not to put more than a squirt or two of syrup on the sandwich or you will have a super sweet one.




[1] 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. Because Marshmallow Fluff is made only with the finest ingredients under the most demanding sanitary conditions, it requires no artificial preservatives. (Inc., 2013)


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