Who doesn’t enjoy a delicious spread when they’re craving a sandwich? There are always the traditional spreads, but how about some new recipes using a tasty mixture – the fluffernutter? It’s a delicious mix of peanut butter and marshmallow fluff and it’s ideal to use in different ways!
A Gourmet Fluff Sandwich
This must be the easiest among the recipes you can try with a delicious fluffernutter spread. You need the bread of your choice, peanut butter, hazelnut cream if you wish, and marshmallow fluff, which you can buy ready-made at a grocery store. You spread all of it on the pieces of bread – which you can grill or not – and eat up!
Try Some Fluffernutter Cookies
Go out and get the ingredients for some delicious cookies made with the savory mixture – you won’t regret it the next time you need a snack!
¾ cups of creamy peanut butter ¼ cup and 2 tbsp. of marshmallow fluff 1 tbsp. of sea salt 36 Ritz crackers 1 cup of white chocolate chips Your choice of sprinkles and decorative elements
You can make the cookies as plain as you want or dress them up with your decoration of choice. The recipe shouldn’t take you too long, and you’ll be happy you tried it when you take the cookies to the couch and enjoy them with your favorite movie! You can even store them for 2-3 days.
Delicious, Fluff-Mix Cake
Once you’ve grabbed the ingredients from the local store, you can start mixing them for a lovely cake. Keep in mind that it’s easy to make and delicious! Check out the entire recipe and make the fluffy cake for your next dinner party.
1 package Devil’s Food cake mix 1 package instant chocolate pudding mix 4 eggs ⅓ cup of oil 12 snack-sized peanut butter cups, unwrapped and cut into quarters 1 cup of unsalted butter 1 jar of marshmallow fluff 1 ¾ cups of confectioners’ sugar 1 tbsp of vanilla extract
A Spin on the Classic S’More
The classic s’more is a favorite among so many people. But what about trying a fluffernutter s’more? It doesn’t require much effort, just spread the peanut butter on a cracker and then spread the fluffy marshmallow mixture, and you’re done! Do what you usually do with a s’more and lick your fingers clean!
Take full advantage of a fluffernutter spread and spin it into some of your favorite recipes! Amaze guests with the incredible taste and enjoy the fluffiness of fluffernutter!
To mend any rift between himself and sharks, Steven Spielberg spoke about it during an interview about his latest project – the autobiographical drama The Fabelmans. The director is known for his iconic shark movie Jaws and expressed his hope that the creatures would not hold grudge against him because of their portrayal in the film.
Jaws Was Detrimental to Sharks
In a recent interview, Steven Spielberg reflected on the impact of his iconic film Jaws, which reportedly contributed to a surge in sports fishing and shark hunting in the United States. The director also discussed the prevalent practice of shark hunting for various purposes, including shark meat and shark fin soup in some countries. Despite his fame and success in the film industry, Spielberg candidly admitted that being surrounded by sharks is still one of his fears.
Spielberg clarified that he was not afraid he might get eaten by a shark but that sharks were somehow mad at him for the feeding frenzy of crazy sports fishermen that happened after 1975. The three-time Oscar-winning director added that to this day, he regretted the decimation of the shark population because of the book and the film. He pointed out that he really, truly regretted that.
Sharks Are Not Villains
Jaws, directed by Steven Spielberg, is a landmark film known for its innovative special effects and influential place in cinematic history. The summer blockbuster was a huge commercial success, earning $476.5 million at the box office and becoming the highest-grossing film of all time until it was surpassed by Star Wars two years later. Jaws is based on the novel by Peter Benchley, who also expressed remorse for his portrayal of sharks in the story before he passed away in 2006.