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What can I make with a big tub of marshmallow fluff?

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bijouxxx Fri 24-Mar-17 08:53:46

Dsis bought me a huge tub of marshmallow fluff for Christmas (hmm don't think I have ever mentioned liking it) and I've just found it still sat in the cupboard. I was planning on making my mum something for Mother's Day anyway so was wondering if anyone has any recipes that use marshmallow fluff? The only thing I can think of is marshmallow crispy squares.

GoodyGoodyGumdrops Fri 24-Mar-17 08:54:46

You can use it instead of icing sugar when making buttercream.

BreakHerOffAKitKat Fri 24-Mar-17 09:11:44

Swirl it through brownie batter before baking smile

fruityb Fri 24-Mar-17 09:12:47

A bloody good mess lol

AutomatonSimine Fri 24-Mar-17 09:15:41

These look great. And it uses a whole cup of the stuff.

bijouxxx Fri 24-Mar-17 09:25:28

Oh wow those caramel brownies look amazing! I've also just remembered I have a recipe for whoopie pies somewhere that uses it in the filling...spoilt for choice now!

hippadoppaloppagorillapig Fri 24-Mar-17 20:57:41

Rice crispy cakes!

bijouxxx Fri 24-Mar-17 22:37:25

I made those brownies, they are amazing!!

sassolino Fri 24-Mar-17 22:40:08

I just used it the other day, making mini s'mores brownie cupcakes with creme eggs. My sons loved these cupcakes.

isupposeitsverynice Fri 24-Mar-17 22:41:02

You can post it to me and I will eat it with a spoon

AutomatonSimine Sat 25-Mar-17 12:57:50

sassolino do you have a recipe, sound delicious.

Did the brownies look as good as the photograph ones? They look really nice. What I wouldn't give for one right now!!

LoveMyLittleSuperhero Sat 25-Mar-17 13:01:22

BTW pancakes with chocolate spread and marshmallow fluff are definitely not delicious and addictive wink

MadisonAvenue Sat 25-Mar-17 13:05:38

Just get a spoon and eat it.

Now I want some marshmallow fluff.

bijouxxx Sat 25-Mar-17 18:38:11

Mine didn't look as good but what they lacked in aesthetics they far made up for in taste!

sassolino Sun 26-Mar-17 23:14:40

Here it is, Automaton

Mini s'more brownie cupcakes with Cadbury Creme Eggs (recipe courtesy of Rinkoffs Bakery)
125g dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids)
100g unsalted butter
125g light muscovado sugar
2 large free range eggs
75g plain flour, sifted
1/4tsp sea salt
for the marshmallow topping:
1 tub of marshmallow fluff roughly 10g per cupcake (you will have fluff left over)
12 Cadbury creme eggs, crushed into pieces (I used 4 creme eggs, and that was plenty)

1. Heat the oven to 180C/160C fan/350F/gas 4. Melt the chocolate and butter together in a large saucepan over a low heat. When completely melted, stir in the sugar, then the eggs one by one. Fold in the flour and salt, and then spoon into the cupcake cases so they're nearly full
2. Pipe the fluff onto each cupcake and bake in the centre of the oven for 12 minutes. Leave to cool. Once cooled, add the crushed creme eggs on top.
I simply spooned the fluff, didn't pipe

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