Strawberry Marshmallow Fluff Is a Thing, and We Can’t Think of Anything Better

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From fruity s'mores to fluffernutters with strawberry jam, the possibilities are endless for Strawberry Fluff.

You might already be familiar with Marshmallow Fluff, the magic ingredient that when combined with peanut butter makes a “fluffernutter” sandwich. But did you know there’s also a strawberry Fluff? It’s pretty and pink and we can’t wait to find a jar of our own.

It’s not new, but it’s pretty elusive so we can all be forgiven for not noticing it during our usual grocery store runs.

What Can You Do with a Jar of Marshmallow Fluff?

The real question should be what can’t you do with Marshmallow Fluff? Turn that jar of sticky goodness into something spectacular with these marshmallow creme recipes.

Obviously, you can use it in a fluffernutter. But if you get your hands on strawberry Marshmallow Fluff, imagine the possibilities. You could make a triple-layer fluffernutter with the addition of strawberry jam, or stack up a new kind of s’mores. You could also use Fluff to make a fruit dip, perfect for dunking strawberries and grapes—and, dare we say, chocolate-covered pretzels?! We can taste it now!

If you’re like us and browse vintage cookbooks for fun, you’ll love our collection of retro marshmallow salad recipes. Loaded with blueberries and strawberries, this Two-Berry Fluff Salad is the perfect springboard for getting creative with strawberry Fluff.

Where Can I Find Strawberry Fluff?

According to Instagrammer @FoodieWithTheBeasts, strawberry Marshmallow Fluff can be found at regional supermarket Redner’s in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. It’s displayed in the same section as Nutella and regular Marshmallow Fluff, likely close to the peanut butter and jelly.

If you don’t live in one of those three states, you might still be in luck because online is another story. You can find Strawberry Fluff on Amazon. It’s also carried by Mercato, so take a look and see if it’s available at a store near you.

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Krista Garcia
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