I received the peanut butter used in this recipe from Peanut Butter & Co. but, as always, all opinions are my own.
Fluffernutter Sandwich Three Ways – Marshmallow fluff and peanut butter come together to make the ultimate sweet sandwich. In this recipe, we use three different kinds of peanut butter from Peanut Butter & Co: Mighty Maple, Cinnamon Raisin Swirl, and Dark Chocolate Dreams
There’s no surprise that peanut butter is probably my favorite dessert flavor. I mean, I have posted THREE different peanut butter cookie recipes in the last year, not including these PB&J Ice Cream Sandwiches. If this is what addiction looks like, please don’t make me control it.
“Life is better with a jar of peanut butter.”
Remember that quote, people – it’ll be my Real Housewives tagline one day.
For today’s recipe, I am making one of the easiest desserts on the planet – a fluffernutter sandwich. All you gotta do to make this sandwich is spread marshmallow cream and peanut butter on some bread, grill until it gets slightly toasted and then consume.
It’s my go-to when I have the biggest sweet tooth but no cake or ice cream or candy around to satisfy it. I almost always have the ingredients on hand for a fluffernutter so I don’t suffer “sweet pains” for too long.
Instead of showing you a recipe for a plain-ole fluffernutter, I wanted to use this opportunity to share some peanut butter flavors that you haven’t tried before. So that’s why I’m making Fluffernutter Sandwiches Three Ways!
The three ways are actually three different peanut butters from Peanut Butter & Co: Mighty Maple, Cinnamon Raisin Swirl, and Dark Chocolate Dreams.
I fell in love with their Dark Chocolate Dreams years ago when I would use it to eat with bananas, put in protein shakes, and even eat straight out of the jar. But I wasn’t able to find any of the other flavors in stores.
That all changed when I met up with them at a conference a few months ago. They were so gracious to send me all the flavors I’ve been dreaming of trying. You may have seen me going crazy over the Cinnamon Raisin Swirl on my Instagram Story – I make no apologies for how I acted while in peanut butter-induced bliss.
To really test which peanut butter I loved most, I decided to use them in my simplest peanut butter recipe – the fluffernutter. And I was shocked by the results.
The peanut butter that had stolen my heart – Cinnamon-Raisin Swirl – had been trumped by my first love – Dark Chocolate Dreams. There was something about how the Dark Chocolate Dreams melted into the marshmallow creme that made me melt after each bite. And the flavors complimented each other so well!
But there are no losers here – all the flavors taste incredible and you get to eat three fluffernutters. Win-win.
In case you’ve never made a fluffernutter before, here are a few tips to help you make them perfectly:
- Make sure you cook the sandwiches on medium-low temp. This will make sure the peanut butter has time to melt before the bread gets toasty. The melty peanut butter is my favorite part!!
- I recommend using a white bread for this sandwich. It has the perfect texture and flavor that allows the peanut butter and marshmallow creme to shine.
- Don’t go too crazy on the marshmallow creme – it’s starts to expand when it gets warm so it will ooze out the sides if you put more than recommended.
And that’s all there is to it – you’re gonna love these peanut butters! You can find them at stores all across the U.S.A. by using their product locator. Or you can even find them on Amazon!
If you’re feeling lucky, you can even enter the giveaway below to win some free samples from Peanut & Co directly! Make sure to enter below and check your email next week. The giveaway ends on August 31st and I will email the winner September 1st!!
Fluffernutter Sandwich Three Ways
- 6 slices white bread or brioche
- 6 tablespoons marshmallow creme
- 2 tablespoons Mighty Maple Peanut Butter
- 2 tablespoons Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Peanut Butter
- 2 tablespoons Dark Chocolate Dreams Peanut Butter
- 3 tablespoons butter melted
- Add marshmallow creme to 3 slices of bread. Spread evenly to the edges.
- Add Mighty Maple Peanut Butter to one slice of bread. Spread evenly to edges. Sandwich together with one slice of bread with marshmallow creme. Repeat with other two peanut butters.
- Brush each side of the three sandwiches with a little melted butter. Place sandwich on skillet, peanut butter side down. Heat skillet to medium-low. Flip once the bread begins to brown. Sandwich is done once the other side has browned. Repeat with other two sandwiches.
- Slice each sandwich and pick one to try first. You'll find it hard to pick a favorite!
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More peanut butter treats you’ll love:
PB&J Ice Cream Sandwiches
Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Cookies
Peanut Butter S’mores Cookies
Lorraine F says
I have been wanting to try the Mighty Maple flavor for a while now…yum!
yum. they all sound good.
Jennifer Perales says
I can wait to try, this looks very delicious.
The cinnamon raisin was an amazing surprise! I didn’t think it would be THAT good when I tried it but WOW! Dark chocolate is next on my list, then I will give the pumpkin spice a go.
Same here! I couldn’t stop eating it from the jar!
Randi Williams says
Cinnamon raisin swirl sounds really delicious
i’ve been dying to get my hands on the pumpkin one
Me too! I can’t find it in stores so I’m just gonna give in and buy it online
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I’d like to try the Mighty Apple. Sounds interesting!
I’d like to try the Mighty Apple. Sounds interesting!
Cinnamon raisin swirl mmm!
Dandi D says
I would love to try Dark Chocolate Dreams–it sounds amazing!
Brittany McKnight says
The cinnamon raisin swirl sounds amazing!
Wow. That’s quite a sandwich. Never heard of this.
Brenda Haines says
The Mighty Maple is really intriguing me. I love maple!
Lisa Babs says
All three sound delicious. I think they each one would compliment different dishes perfectly. Like the dark chocolate just made me drool with the fluffanutter. Cinnamon raisin I think would just taste awesome on toast, and I think maple would taste great on waffles.
OMG! YUM! I need to try this ASAP! It looks so delicious!!!!
I’m obsessed with cinnamon, so that would be my first pick!
This looks absolutely amazing! I love the dark chocolate dreams one.
such a great choice!
karen r says
I would love to try the mighty maple – that sounds so good!
Yes- sooo yummy!
I’ve never heard of this but it looks SO AMAZING! Holy crap I’m going to have to try this asap!
Soooo good! You’re gonna love it!
Ruthie Ridley says
My favorite child hood snack!! This is next level omg!
KD Harris says
OMG! They all look equally delicious. Thanks for the recipes!
Definitely trying these! We’ve been trying to eat healthy… but I imagine a little dessert wouldn’t kill us. Especially since fluffernutters are Luke’s favorite 🙂 thanks for sharing!
All in moderation, for sure. A little dessert won’t kill ya 😉
Kathleen Knisley says
Ooooh these look delicious! That dark chocolate would be my fave!
Thanks Kat! I knew you would love the Dark Chocolate!
Michael @ Super Millennial says
I lived on these as a kid, this looks amazing!
These are hands down the most amazingly delicious look sandwiches I’ve ever laid eyes on! Wow!
Wow what a compliment! Thanks so much!
Dark chocolate sounds good, but I am most interested in trying the cinnamon raisin swirl.
Good choice! I love the cinnamon raisin!
Hannah Lewis says
OH EM GEE. Making these ASAP.
I want to try dark chocolate!! They all look amazing.
Right?! So hard to pick one!
Alexandra Robertson says
The dark chocolate dreams sounds amazing.
Yes, it really is!
I love love love all things peanut butter! I want to try them all!
Me too! I hope you get to try them!
Yum these look delicious! I’d love to try the mighty maple!
Thanks so much!
Melissa Chee says
WOW! What a delicious ideas. Those sandwiches look delicious.
Maggie Unzueta says
Nom! I want to try all three of them. Great giveaway too!
OMG This photos make my mouth water! I love them! Need to make this asap!
Maple peanut butter? YUM!! I’ve got to try this!
I had no idea there were flavors of peanut butter! I thought there was just chunky and smooth! Yummy!