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If you didnít know, today (Oct. 8) is National Fluffernutter DayĖa day to celebrate the Massachusetts state sandwich, the Fluffernutter. As easy-to-make as it is delicious, the Fluffernutter is a simple concoction of peanut butter, Marshmallow Fluff (or if your brand loyalty waivers, marshmallow creme), and your choice of bread.
Spread, smoosh, enjoy.
If youíre feeling creative, why not twist things up a bit, bypass the traditional sandwich, and opt for fluffernutter-inspired recipe this evening?
Or eat them both. No one is watching.
Fluffernutter cake by Sallys Baking Addiction
Hot fudge fluffernutter banana bread by Buns In My Oven
Chocolate Chip Banana Fluffernutter Sandwich Cookies by Half Baked Harvest
Banana Fluffernutter Quesadilla by The Domestic Rebel
What are you doing/eating to celebrate National Fluffernutter Day?
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