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Is marshmallow fluff a trend? -WSJ – News

What is it Marshmallow fluff problem? I don’t pay respect these days. I don’t think the brand name is useful. “Fluff” is, after all, the term we use because it is not taken seriously. So I’ll start here by moving on to marshmallow creme, a generic term for this food that foods despise. There. Does it sound French enough?

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Hard-shaped marshmallows seem to be okay. Maybe it’s a symbiotic relationship between a chocolate bar and a graham cracker and turned into a popular s’more through a campfire.

But I’m here to admire marshmallows in their primitive and intangible form. Marshmallow cream has a great ability to adapt to our changing forms of desire. Turn it into a milkshake to create a lush, consistent and intense vanilla flavor. Short Top Supper Party Not enough time to make a dessert? Marshmallow cream is skillfully hung on an ice cream scoop and blown up with a kitchen torch, called Baked Alaska.

This ingredient was as classic as ivory soap and, like its products, had a pristine snow-white visual appeal and literal and poetic buoyancy. Going back a bit to the brand I chose, Marshmallow Fluff, the retro label is also pretty good.

Marshmallow cream has enthusiastic followers. Can I participate in What the Fluff? The annual September festival in Somerville, Massachusetts and October 8th have been designated as National Fluffernutter Day in honor of sandwiches that combine gorgeous and peanut butter.

My own passion for marshmallow cream began when I was a kid. I first met Jersey Mad, a Sunday with wavy marshmallow layers, at the wonderful late Bon Air Soda Fountain in Cedarville, Mississippi. You can order at the ice cream shop on the town’s waterfront. If you can’t get there, the recipe here produces a fairly faithful rendition. I will go first. enjoy it.

Food styling by The Wall Street Journal ALEXLAU, TYNA HOANG, prop styling by BETH PAKRADOONI


  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Chocolate sauce
  • Chocolate ice cream
  • Marshmallow cream
  • Malt powder
  • Maraschino cherry


  1. Put about half of the vanilla ice cream in a sundae glass and lightly stuff it so that the chocolate sauce can pass through. Add chocolate sauce. Add lightly stuffed chocolate ice cream.
  2. Add marshmallow cream around the chocolate ice cream and show only the round top of the scoop on top.
  3. Sprinkle with malt flour. Place the cherries on top. If you want to be strictly classical, stir the layers into a tasty mud.

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