Food of the Seventies, Fluffernutter

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Wasn't there a product that was peanut butter and marshmallow swirled in a jar? You could make sandwiches out of it and my mom called them fluffernutter sandwiches. Strong 70's memory. Also space food sticks were big in my household in the 70's. Chocolate snacks the astronauts used to take with them up in space.
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    Consumed THOUSANDS of these in my childhood... gave us the sugar rush we needed for 14 hours of Saturday street hockey with the neighbourhood kids !

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Mike - January 29, 2008 - Report this comment
It was a product called fluff. It was a marshmallow cream I think they still make it.They used to advertise on the tv to make a sandwich with fluff and peanut butter and call it a fluffernutter
Tom Q. - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Fluffernuter sounds like a slang term for Pot
Gothic Girl - December 14, 2010 - Report this comment
I love fluffernutters I eat them all the time for breakfast they are so yummie!!
crazy amy - December 26, 2012 - Report this comment
the stuff swirled in a jar was goober grape or goober strawberry-which was alternating rows of peanut butter and jelly-very goo-you can still get it! fluff is sex in a jar (marshmallow creme) that you spread on bread and make it into fluffernutter sandwiches by adding a slice of bread w/peanut butter on it-very tasty!
Frank L. - December 18, 2014 - Report this comment
Marshmello Fluff is still made by the Durkee- Mower Co. in Lynn, MA (I believe it's Lynn) This product sponsored lots of kiddie TV programs in the Boston area in the 70s and before.

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