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Posted By: meggamegan

Posted On: Dec 8, 2003
Views: 794
Fluffernutters!

When I was a kid and I get in from sledding, my mom would always make me cocco and a fluffernutter! I still enjoy one on a snow day!


Posted By: jammin

Posted On: Dec 8, 2003
Views: 788
RE: Fluffernutters!

duuuuude fluffernutters rule man specially when your enjoying the herb


Posted By: delia

Posted On: Dec 9, 2003
Views: 771
RE: Fluffernutters!

okay, dont everyone call me an idiot at the same time, but what is a fluffernutter????


Posted By: gilly3

Posted On: Dec 9, 2003
Views: 767
RE: Fluffernutters!

Ah, you must be a fellow west-coaster. I didn't know about fluffernutters either, until we got food network on the tv. Now we get an education from the food network about all kinds of easterly type foods.

If I understand it correctly, a fluffernutter is a sandwhich with peanut butter, bananas, and marshmallow creme. When I was growing up I had those without the marshmallow, but we just called it a peanut butter and banana sandwhich. I bet the marshmallow would be good on it, but I haven't tried it yet.


Posted By: fluff

Posted On: Dec 9, 2003
Views: 755
RE: Fluffernutters!

A Fluffernutter is a sandwich made with Peanut Butter and Fluff (spreadable marshmallow) on white bread. You can add other stuff like bananas, but the traditional is just the peanut butter and fluff.


Posted By: erin

Posted On: Dec 10, 2003
Views: 738
RE: Fluffernutters!

ok well i'm from NH, and fluffernutters definitely do NOT have bananas in them. They are made from MARSHMALLOW FLUFF (thus the "fluffer") and PEANUT BUTTER (thus the "nutter"). Don't get me wrong, I love bananas, especially with peanut butter, but if they were added to a fluffernutter, it would become a fluffernananutter, or a bananafluffernutter or a fluffernutternana, or simply a tasty variation of the ever-yummy fluffernutter. just wanted to clear that up. anyone disagree?


Posted By: gilly3

Posted On: Dec 11, 2003
Views: 728
RE: Fluffernutters!

Sounds good to me. I bet it would be good with or without the bananas. Still haven't tried it. Maybe I will when it snows here (seattle). Someone better let the folks at food network know that they've got it wrong.


Posted By: Beerlover

Posted On: Dec 11, 2003
Views: 724
RE: Fluffernutters!

I remember learning about fluffernutters on the FOOD network. I don't remember anything about bananas, but I must admit, they don't sound that great. No offense, maybe you had to grow up with them. I am from the Heartland.

I also think that those new S'mores makers are retarded. The whole ambiance of the great outdoors, with the campfire, catching your marshmallow on fire, or even better, your sister's marshmallow falling off into the campfire, experience just can't be captured in a waffle maker thingy! I'm sure they don't come with a coathanger, either!

I voted for the fire, but I would have voted for kissing all day if it was an option!


Posted By: Mr Nyo in Ohio

Posted On: Dec 12, 2003
Views: 714
RE: Fluffernutters!

I'm originally from the east coast. I don't normally go to the grocery store, so I don't know if you can buy the stuff here. But for anyone from somewhere where they don't have the Fluff stuff, you can go to www.marshmallowfluff.com. Click on fluff stuff to order. Or just listen to the old Fluff jingle.