Product Type: Durkee-Mower Sweets
Newest Review: ... lettering. The jars also have a recipe on the label for 'Never Fail Fudge' and the 'Fluffernutter' which is a peanut butter and Fluff sand... more
As fluffy as fluffy can be!
Member Name: MikeBorry
Advantages: Yummy, Fat free!
Disadvantages: It's too delicious!
~ Marshmallow Fluff ~
For years I have read numerous things about Marshmallow Fluff and people have raved about how lovely it is and I have to admit I have been desperate to try it and when I saw online that Asda stocked it I checked online at my local store and it wasn't coming up as in stock so when I went into store I asked at the customer service desk and they said that it wasn't a product they stocked.
Online I had seen it available from Amazon and american sweet shops but the prices were a bit on the high side, so imagine my delight when I found it in Aldi's today priced at a mere £1.49 a jar! Even though I had never tried it I bought two jars, with the reasoning if I didn't like it there's another five people in the house who might!
To be honest until I saw it today in Aldi I hadn't really bothered looking for it in a while but I am glad I found it!
The jar is very American looking with it's red, white and blue colouring. The jar is actually made from plastic and at the top Fluff has been imprinted into it. There is a large screw top lid in a bright red colour and under that I found a thick protective seal that was quite tough to get off! Once it was off though I stuck my finger in it and licked it off, and I loved it! It tastes just like the inside of those snowball 'cakes' (the little half round chocolate things covered in coconut and filled with yummy white filling).
There are numerous recipes available online which include the use of Marshmallow Fluff but so far apart from eating it off my finger I have served it on toast, and my 8yr old had a Fluffernutter sandwich! This is basically Marshmallow Fluff and peanut butter in a sandwich, he loved it!
Oh, we also had it with breadsticks! My 5yr olds idea ... Yummy!
This stuff is delicious, it's white, smells sickly sweet and is very sticky.
I had imagined it to be like melted marshmallows which coincedently I don't like however it isn't.
I am going to give some recipes a try as they do sound quite yummy.
The recipes I found are available here ~
It can be used for frosting on cakes, to make sweets aswell as an ice cream sauce. To make the ice cream sauce you mix 4 heaped table spoons of Fluff with 3 table spoons of water and microwave on high for 15 seconds.
It's also nice in hot chocolate as I have just found out!
It's a very soft spreadable fluffy cream like substance that spreads very well.
The ingredients are simply listed as -
Dried Egg White
Per 12g ( 2 tbsp) serving it has 40 calories and 0.0g fat which I can only see as a good thing when I fancy something sweet whilst on my diet!
So today I found it in Aldi priced at £1.49 and looking online I can see that Amazon have it on offer - 4 jars for £7.96 with the usual RRP being £11.80.
House of Fraser £1.99. And also by checking my supermarket I can see that it is priced at around £2 in Asda, Sainsburys, Tesco, Ocado and Waitrose.
So it is more commonly available now as to what it once was!
Thanks for reading :o) x
Summary: A delicious Fluffy spread.
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