This American sandwich is a classic childhood staple brown bag lunch item for my kids growing up. After giving it an upgrade, this Blackstone grilled fluffernutter sandwich is a popular sandwich recipe among kids as well as all those kids at heart!
A grilled fluffernutter sandwich is two pieces of sturdy bread slices smeared with a creamy peanut butter and sweet marshmallow fluff layer. Then cooked on a Blackstone Griddle until golden brown and warmed so the center is oozing out.
If you are struggling to find a sandwich for your child’s lunch, then give these marshmallow fluff sandwiches a try. Kids love peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwiches!!
This perfect fluffernutter sandwich brings back childhood memories. I remember eating this grilled version and it was my childhood favorite.
My whole family talks about their childhood nostalgia around this fluffernutter recipe that was made with super soft wonder bread. We would also make this classic fluffernutter sandwich as an after-school snack.
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What is a Fluffernutter?
A fluffernutter is a marshmallow sandwich that also has layers of creamy peanut butter along with a layer of sweet marshmallow fluff on your favorite slices of bread. There are different variations like my grilled fluffernutter sandwich or by adding other ingredients.
Sweet marshmallow fluff is made with corn syrup, dried egg white, sugar, vanilla flavoring, and a few other ingredients.
Marshmallow fluff is also called marshmallow creme. They are essentially the same product. The two products are just made by different companies.
When was the Fluffernutter Sandwiches Invented?
History of the Fluffernutter
I love the fluffernutter legend. The classic New England kids’ sandwich was founded by Paul Revere’s great-great-great-granddaughter, Emma Curtis of Melrose, Massachusetts. She and her brother Amory (Paul Revere’s great-great-great-grandson) began making and marketing Snowflake Marshmallow Creme in 1913.
Emma and Amory Curtis didn’t invent the product. Many other companies sold a similar marshmallow creme.
But Emma Curtis found unique ways to glamorize the sweet fluffy treat. She thought up new recipes using marshmallow cream and had them printed in small brochures.
She spoke about the recipes on a weekly local radio show and in a local newspaper column. By 1915, Emma and Amory Curtis’s were selling Snowflake Marshmallow Creme all over their area including the New England area.
In 1919, the Curtis’s printed the “Fluffernutter sandwich recipe” aka “The Liberty sandwich” onto labels of their own product of marshmallow fluff. To find out more about this story go to the New England Historical Society website.
The origin story of Fluffernutter sandwiches dates from the First World War in New England. The original recipe for fluffernutter has not been changed since 1918.
There is even an interesting Fluffernutter song called “If You Like Fluff, Fluff, Fluff.”
Fluffernutter Song Lyrics
If You Like Fluff, Fluff, Fluff
Oh, you need fluff fluff fluff to make a fluffernutter
Marshmallow fluff and lots of peanut butter
First you spread spread spread your bread with peanut butter
And marshmallow fluff and have a fluffernutter
When you enjoy joy joy your fluff and peanut butter
Your glad you have enough for another fluffernutter
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In the town of Summerville, Massachusetts, where Marshmallow Fluff originated, it puts on an annual celebration known as The Fluff festival. Find out more about the annual Fluff Festival.
If you are looking for more information on fluffernutter then visit Wikipedia.
National Fluffernutter Day
Have you asked yourself, “What is Fluffernutter Day?”
Every year on October 8th, people celebrate National Fluffernutter Day. A day where many people enjoy the marshmallow fluff and peanut butter mixture.
We usually eat it over whole grain bread as the sugar balances them. You can even enjoy it on white bread and smile!
Official State Sandwich – Fluffernutter
A Massachusetts state representative supported legislation to make the fluffernutter sandwich its official state sandwich but the measure failed twice.
How to Make a Grilled Fluffernutter Sandwich
Preheat your Blackstone Griddle. Set a gas flat top griddle to medium. If using an electric (e-series) Blackstone Griddle, then set the dial to 400°F.
As the griddle is heating up prepare your marshmallow fluff sandwich. With softened butter, spread a light even layer on one side of both your slices of bread.
Flip the bread over to the non-buttered side and spread a generous amount of creamy peanut butter to one piece in an even layer. On the other piece of bread spread marshmallow fluff across the whole piece. Spread that evenly over the bread.
Next, sandwich the peanut butter and the marshmallow cream sides together so that the buttered sides of the bread are out. When the Blackstone Griddle is hot, place one side of the buttered sandwich on to the flat top.
Cook for about 2 minutes and check the sandwich to see it the bread is golden brown in color. Once that side is brown, flip the bread to the other buttered side.
I grill until the second side is brown. The peanut butter/marshmallow fluff will be hot and oozing out of the center. Remove from the griddle and serve immediately.
How to Store a Fluffernutter
Cool the grilled fluffernutter sandwich. Store in an airtight container such as a plastic Rubbermaid Sandwich container or a sandwich sized Ziplock bag.
Depending on how long this sandwich is keep, the crispiness of the outside grilled portion might become soggy from all the moisture in the ingredients.
How to Freeze a Fluffernutter
A classic fluffernutter sandwich will freeze well if wrapped tight with plastic wrap and then stored in an airtight container. But a Blackstone Grilled Fluffernutter Sandwich will not freeze well.
The crispy brown crust of the sandwich will become soggy in the freezing and thawing process. So, I do not recommend freezing my grilled fluffernutter sandwich.
Create your own Marshmallow Creme sandwich by adding your one of your favorite foods. Try one of these variations from below.
- Banana Slices
- Nutella – Hazelnut Spread
- Different kinds of Breads – wheat bread, toasted bread, etc.
- Bacon Strips
- Make Fluffernutter Cookies
- Ice Cream Fluffernutter
- Fluffernutter Cupcakes
- Fluffernutter Bars
- Crunchy peanut butter
- Vanilla ice cream topped with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff
- Add Strawberry Jelly
- Make an open face sandwich with one slice of bread instead of two slices
- Sprinkle with chopped nuts
Bring Fluffernutters to the next level
Classic sandwiches are great. However, you’re able to make this sandwich even more interesting by adding additional features.
I’d add banana slices and grill the bread. Grilling the bread changes things up in the sandwich. The bread is golden and crunchy inside and the inside has the consistency of peanut butter and marshmallow mixture. Is that good? So, bring some napkins.
What to Serve with a Fluffernutter sandwich?
- Fresh vegetables with dip
- Homemade Red Hots Applesauce
- French Fries
- Sweet Potato Fries
- Baked Beans
- Whoopie pies
- Hot chocolate
Other Blackstone Griddle Grilled Sandwiches
If you are looking for more grilled sandwiches, then you have come to the right place. Try my pulled pork grilled cheese sandwich, grilled cheese and ham sandwich, griddle grilled cheese sandwich, Rueben, grilled peanut butter and jelly, turkey Rueben, the Rachel sandwich,
Fluffernutter Sandwich – Frequently Asked Questions
A fluffernutter sandwich is a great lunchbox meal because it does not need any refrigeration and will hold up just like when it was made. The fluffernutter sandwich has a creamy, nutty texture and sticks to the bread very well. A little sweet and a little salty is what flavors will pop out at you with every bite.
The iconic fluffernutter is made with 3 simple ingredients – two slices of bread, a layer of creamy peanut butter and a layer of marshmallow fluff.
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Blackstone Grilled Fluffernutter Sandwich Recipe
Get the full recipe and nutrition information as well as calories below.
This Blackstone grilled fluffernutter sandwich is a popular sandwich recipe among kids as well as all those kids at heart! A grilled fluffernutter sandwich is two pieces of sturdy bread slices smeared with a creamy peanut butter and sweet marshmallow fluff layer. Then cooked on a Blackstone Griddle until golden brown and warmed so the center is oozing out.
- Bread, White, Slices 2 each
- Butter, Softened 1 tablespoon
- Peanut Butter, Creamy 2 tablespoons
- Marshmallow Creme 2 tablespoons
- Preheat your Blackstone Flat Top Griddle. Set a gas griddle to medium. If using an electric Blackstone Griddle, then set the dial to 400°F.
- While the griddle is heating up, prepare your marshmallow sandwich. With softened butter, spread an even layer on one side of both your slices of bread.
- Next, flip the bread over and smear creamy peanut butter to one piece in an even layer. On the other piece of bread smear marshmallow creme across the whole piece.
- Combine the peanut butter and the marshmallow fluff sides together so that the buttered sides of the bread are out.
- When the Blackstone Flat Top Griddle is warmed up, place one side of the buttered sandwich on to the griddle top.
- Cook for about 2 minutes and check the fluffernutter sandwich to see it the bread is golden brown in color. Once that side is done, flip to the other buttered side. Grill until the second side is browned and the filling is warmed and oozing out of the center.
- Remove from the flat top griddle and serve warm.
- Banana Slices
- Cooked Bacon Pieces
- Nutella Hazelnut Spread
- Different kinds of Breads such as wheat bread, toasted bread, etc.
- Crunchy peanut butter
- Jelly or Jam
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Amount Per Serving Calories 494Total Fat 30gSaturated Fat 11gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 15gCholesterol 31mgSodium 558mgCarbohydrates 48gFiber 4gSugar 13gProtein 13g
Note: For exact nutritional information, consult your dietitian. All nutritional information is simply a guideline.
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Forget the kids, I loved it! I made mine with banana – what a treat!
My daughter still loves fluffernutter for lunch and she is 29! Grilling it makes it even better, yum!
I’ve never tried adding peanut butter and it makes this sandwich so creamy good!
I’d never made these before so we tried them for an after dinner treat. My kiddos went wild for them. I’m pretty sure this recipe has just become a staple in our home. Thanks!
This un-grilled version of a fluffernutter was a staple in my kids lunches growing up. I always had a hard time finding things that they liked to eat in their school lunches but they loved having a marshmallow fluff and peanut butter sandwich in it!
Just saying the name ‘fluffernutter’ makes me happy – this recipe was DELICIOUS! Thank you for all of your wonderful recipes!
Thank you Mandy! I have so many fond childhood memories of making “Fluffernutters”. Cheers to the good old days!!
I love fluffernutter. BUT GRILLED?! Game-changing. Cannot wait to make these.
What a fun, and delicious treat!