Fluffernutter Brownies

Fluffernutter Brownies

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The flavors of the classic fluffernutter sandwich make these fudgy brownies absolutely perfect.MORE+LESS-


pkg Betty Crocker™ fudge brownie mix (for a 13x9 pan), batter prepared according to package directions


cup creamy peanut butter

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    Preheat the oven according to the brownie package directions and grease a 13x9-inch pan.

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    Stir the mini marshmallows into the prepared brownie batter. Add to the 13x9-inch pan and tap gently to spread out evenly.

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    Microwave the peanut butter in a microwave safe bowl for 30 seconds. Stir. Microwave for an additional 20 seconds, until thinned out. Drizzle over the top of the brownie batter all over.

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    Bake, according to package directions. The brownies will not take any longer than usual to make, so check at the short end of the time for doneness, using a toothpick to test the center.

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    Allow to cool fully before cutting.

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More About This Recipe

  • Fluffer-whaters? You read it right -- fluffy marshmallows doin' the tango with peanut butter in brownies. Totally irresistible!

    Ever since I introduced my kids to fluffernutter sandwiches a few years ago, they have been devoted fans. And I can’t blame them … I love the sweet combination of peanut butter and marshmallows. It’s an ooey-gooey treat.

    But why should the delightful marshmallow-peanut butter combination be confined to sandwiches? Why can’t this treat become a super treat -– like a hey-great-job-on-the-test treat or an I’m-so-proud-of-you treat?

    It can! Fluffernutter Brownies are the kind of sweet and easy treat that will totally delight your kids (adults too!) without requiring crazy amounts of cooking.

    In fact, these take a mere 10 minutes to whip up. Then it’s bake, cool, cut and enjoy.

    But I have to warn you -– it wouldn’t be fair if I didn’t – these brownies aren’t going to elicit a normal yum response. No, it’ll be something way more dramatic than that like a whoop or even a scuffle over the leftovers.

    Those in your house with a sweet tooth will devour the fudgy brownie with a hint of marshmallow goodness topped with a drizzled layer of creamy peanut butter. Once you go fluffernutter, you won’t go back.

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    Sarah W. Caron (aka scaron) is a food writer, editor and blogger who writes about family-friendly foods and raising a healthy family at Sarah’s Cucina Bella.

Easy Cast Iron Skillet Dessert, Mini Fluffernutter Brownies

Mini Skillet Fluffernutter Brownies by Lagom Eats

Have you ever had a fluffernutter sandwich? These were a childhood favorite of mine. A thick spread of crunchy peanut butter and a big, sticky glob of marshmallow fluff snuggled between white sandwich bread. If I was feeling extra decadent, I would toast it up a bit. It reminded me of those cool summer evenings toasting marshmallows in my backyard fire pit.

These mini skillet desserts combine the flavors of my favorite fluffernutter sandwich with fudgy, brownies! The brownies are made with half semi-sweet chocolate and half dark chocolate for some added indulgence. Brownie batter is swirled with big dollops of sweetened peanut butter and topped with marshmallows. The skillets are put under a broiler so those marshmallows get all nice and toasty. It smells like a campfire in your kitchen! Top with melted peanut butter and crushed peanuts and serve these to your guests hot out of the oven! You may want a glass of milk on the side. These are RICH!

Mini Skillet Fluffernutter Brownies Recipe

I am absolutely obsessed with individual desserts. I mean, look how cute these mini cast iron skillets are! If you ever come over to my house for dinner, you will ALWAYS be served dessert and 99% of the time, you will get an individual dessert. I like baking mini cakes, mini galettes, mini pies, mini cheesecakes seriously, I LOVE mini desserts! Serving your guest a personal 3-layer cake looks so much more impressive than just a slice. The same goes for mini skillet brownies. No one will complain if you serve them a slice of a brownie, but who doesn’t want to have a whole skillet to themselves? These mini skillet fluffernutter brownies are absolutely picture perfect for your next dinner party!

Fluffernutter Blondies

I decided to set aside my beloved brownies for a day in favor of blondies. And if that wasn’t enough against my character, I didn’t even put any chocolate in them *gasp*! I guess it’s opposite day here at Back For Seconds.

I am starting to come around to the light side! These blondies are GOOD They are gooey and chewy just like my favorite fudge brownie – but without the chocolate. I melted the butter and beat it with the brown sugar for a good long time and that gave these bars a nice caramel undertone. The peanut butter swirl baked inside paired with the fluffernutter frosting had me in peanut butter heaven!
One bite of these and you will be feeling all nostalgic like. Did you ever have fluffernutter sandwiches as a kid? I bet you ate them on white bread, too, huh?
Go grab your mixer, a glass of milk, and some sprinkles, and let’s get baking!

Fluffernutter Blondies
by: Back For Seconds

How to make vegan biscoff brownies

As Lotus Biscoff biscuits are vegan, the spread version is also vegan. Adapt the recipe above by replacing the eggs with 1 tablespoon of flax seeds and 3 tablespoons of water. Replace the butter with equal parts of vegan butter.

You can make different variations of brownies by tweaking the batter further. Adding Oreos, peanut butter, Nutella, chocolate chips or salted caramel can lend a new twist to your lotus biscoff brownies recipe.

Alternatively, you can try this video tutorial by Movers and Bakers.

These delicious biscoff brownies can be stored at room temperature in a cake tin for a few days. Put these into the fridge in an airtight container and they will last for up to a week. Brownies can also be frozen and can last up until 3 months. For a fun twist, turn these into small frozen bites to enjoy with cold milk or ice cream!

Follow the recipe to bake delicious brownies just like the Toujours Brownies. Also try Mumbai’s best brownies from Toujours. The brand uses the best-imported ingredients and stringent hygiene when baking their range of brownies. From double chocolate to chocolate walnut that are a must-have for parties, tea-time and brunch!

Make Next: Mini Fluffernutter Brownies, an easy cast iron skillet dessert.

How to Make Fluffernutter Brownie Cups

Remember the fluffernutter sandwich? That delicious marshmallow fluff and peanut butter stuffed sandwich was the ultimate treat when I was a kid. I recently bought a jar of marshmallow fluff and it reignited my love for the decadent, fluffy product. So the other night when I was craving something sweet, I decided to treat my friends to this naughty little number: mini brownie cups filled with marshmallow fluff and peanut butter.

Fluffernutter Brownie Cups

1 box brownie mix
24 mini cupcake liners
½ cup peanut butter
½ cup marshmallow fluff
24 chocolate chips

1. Prepare the brownie mix according to the directions on the box. Line a mini muffin pan with cupcake liners and fill them with brownie batter so that they are 2/3 of the way full.

2. Bake in the oven at the temperature specified on the brownie box, but only for about 12 minutes. You want the middle of the brownie cup to be a little bit soft when you pull them out of the oven.
3. Allow the brownies to cool for 5 minutes, then take a spoon and press down the center of each muffin cup, creating a small indentation.

4. Fill each brownie cup with roughly 1 teaspoon of marshmallow fluff, leaving room for the peanut butter.

5. In a microwave safe bowl, melt the peanut butter for 30 seconds in the microwave so that it’s smooth and ready to pour. Using a spoon, pour enough peanut butter to cover the marshmallow fluff without overflowing the brownie cup. Top each one with a chocolate chip in the center.

6. Allow them to sit and cool completely for about 20 minutes, or dive right into the gooey, creamy filling.

Watch the video: How to Make the BEST Brownie (August 2022).