German Fluff

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Fluffernutter

So a couple of weeks ago I wrote about what I called the Australian fluffernutter sammich. I mentioned how I got the idea from Jennifer who is the creator of Little Monster Girl. Jennifer is so kind and generous that she sent me some German Fluff. Well it’s American Fluff but it was imported into Germany. Check out the container, the writing is in German.

Marshmallow Fluff from Germany courtesy of Jennifer
Marshmallow Fluff from Germany courtesy of Jennifer

Marshmallow Fluff

So tonight I made a fluffernutter sandwich in more or less the traditional sense. I didn’t have any white sandwich bread so I used some brioche raisin bread.

Fluffernutter on brioche raisin bread
Fluffernutter on brioche raisin bread

Combining German Fluff with peanut paste is fantastic.

Fluffernutter

I’m sorry the photograph is a little fluffy lol

The German Fluff fluffernutter sandwich tasted delicious and constituted a great dessert tonight. If I did have some white sandwich bread I reckon it would taste just as good. I wonder what it would be like if I toasted it or pan fried it in some butter. I may also add some nutella too 

Thank you Jennifer so much. I will be having more fluffernutter sandwiches this winter and I reckon the German Fluff will go well in hot chocolate.

Lunch, afternoon tea and dinner

In other news I enjoyed some salmon and wasabi for lunch and then some blue cheese and pâté for afternoon tea.

Sinus clearing Wasabi salmon and avocado on Ritz crackers with chilli flakes and aioli
Sinus clearing Wasabi salmon and avocado on Ritz crackers with chilli flakes and aioli
Blue cheese and pâté on Ritz crackers
Blue cheese and pâté on Ritz crackers
Cheesy beef sausages and crispy quinoa rice with chilli vegetables
Cheesy beef sausages and crispy quinoa rice with chilli vegetables

Lake Ginninderra

Lake Ginninderra on a gloomy Saturday using Google Nik Classic Camera filter
Lake Ginninderra on a gloomy Saturday using Google Nik Classic Camera filter

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11 Responses

  1. The fluffernutter sammich looks so good. It must be good and must have been sweet, and I take your word for it. Nice to see you used raisin bread. The bread that I do not usually like is wheat bread. I’d take multigrain and even the unhealthy white bread any other day 😀

    Ritz biscuits for lunch. That’s the adult life, Gary 😀

    1. Thank you. I did use a Google Nik Classic Camera filter to give it a ‘look’. It was so dark and gloomy yesterday. The photographs needed something.

    1. It was lovely of Jennifer to send me the Fluff.
      Yes, in Queensland (as well as SA and WA) when I was a boy it was illegal to call anything but real butter butter. I grew up knowing it as peanut paste. I’ve never stopped using the name. I’m pretty set in my ways lol

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