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This cake is the...

This cake is the berries!

Marshmallow Fluff, long-time star of the Fluffernutter Sandwich. Whip 1 cup heavy cream till it holds peaks. This cream actually got away from me; it's too stiff. Absolutely edible, it just doesn't look smooth and pretty. Add 1/2 cup Fluff, and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Mix till thoroughly combined. The Fluff

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Peppermint Crunch...

Peppermint Crunch Marshmallows

…8 to 10 minutes. When the marshmallow is fully whipped, add the peppermint crunch and 5 or so drops of red gel paste food color. Mix just until you can see swirls of red and white. If you use regular food color, add it, about 1/4 teaspoon at a time, until the marshmallows are the color you like. OK…

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Berry Fever

Berry Fever

…aside the cakes to cool, let's work on the filling. This filling is a classic whoopie pie filling with a Marshmallow Fluff base, much like PJ uses in her Chocolate Whoopies. Measuring marshmallow is always a pain in the rump roast, with sticky cups, fingers, counters. However, using a scale makes the…

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Peanut butter...

Peanut butter marshmallow pie

…and Marshmallow Fluff served on squishy white bread. The salty peanut butter, the sweet and foamy Fluff and the bread all sticking to the roof of your mouth is a taste and texture sensation not to be missed. Packing a Fluffernutter for lunch always meant a plastic sandwich baggie with sticky Fluff in…

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Milk Chocolate Layer...

Milk Chocolate Layer Cake

…for this cake, so I made a ring of icing around the edge of the second cake layer, then filled the center with Marshmallow Fluff. You could use all ganache if you wish, though. Top the Fluff with a third layer of cake, then more ganache and the final layer of cake. Finish icing the cake as usual with…

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When you've...

When you've absolutely, positively run out of time...

…think it’s better than the ones that come from the supermarket!). Or the very simple chocolate fudge, the recipe for which I read right off the Marshmallow Fluff® label. (Though I might switch to dark chocolate almond bark with dried cranberries and pecans this year…) Or the Chip 'n' Chunk Cookies…

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Chocolate whoopie...

Chocolate whoopie pies

…raw whites with Marshmallow Fluff. Notice the stiff consistency of Fluff. If you substitute Kraft (or another brand) marshmallow creme, it's liable to be thinner consistency, and you may need to stir in additional sugar to stiffen it up. Mix shortening, confectioners' sugar, and Fluff. I can hear the…

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In the Twink of an...

In the Twink of an eye

…good way), where Twinkie filling is smooth, oh so smooth, and more luscious than those other fillings. My first try for filling was the classic Marshmallow Fluff filling, and while it was good, it wasn't quite right. In doing some research into creamy vanilla fillings, I came across a reference to a cooked…

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All’s fair in cake...

All’s fair in cake and competition

…stuff and I thought it needed some) 2 cups (8 ounces) confectioners’ sugar 1 tablespoon unsweetened coconut milk 1 1/2 cups (7 ounces) marshmallow crème (I used Fluff) I weighed the butter and shortening into my mixing bowl, then added the coconut milk powder (it tends to get lumpy because of the fat…

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The drink that made...

The drink that made New England famous – it's a piece of cake.

…Friendly's lays claim to my favorite-ever ice cream: the chocolate-marshmallow they offered back in the ’70s, regrettably long gone. Deep-chocolate ice cream, laced with sticky swirls of white marshmallow (could it have been Fluff, another New England favorite?). Sure, Friendly's Banana Royale sundae…

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Pumpkin Whoopie Pies...

Pumpkin Whoopie Pies – make ’em mini!

…lend themselves to the mini option by simply using the smaller scoop to portion. You'll also find a range of fillings that use cream cheese, Marshmallow Fluff, or chocolate. Happy baking to my generous baking friends!  Your donation of time, talent, and baked goods to your communities is an inspiration…

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