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  • n. Plural form of fluffernutter.


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  • The same way I'd think it odd if they ONLY ate "kid food" (fluffernutters?) or ONLY listened to "kid music" (Though I do love Dan Zanes!).

    Yet another G-word

  • But I have to say that these are the scents I find compforting all the time, regardless of mood--fluffernutters only rarely do it fo me.

    In Which I Am Feeling Goth

  • But do you have a couple of fluffernutters you sometimes crave?

    In Which I Am Feeling Goth

  • I grew up in the Boston area and fluffernutters were like Varsity fried onions and chili dogs in the South.

    Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee

  • And here's the historical Althouse reference to fluffernutters.

    Rein in your enthusiasm no longer.

  • If you absolutely don't like nuts, you could leave them out, but these two-bite treats just might change your mind - we both thought their nutty crunch complimented the banana and maple quite well ... much like peanut butter does with marshmallow fluff (go fluffernutters!).

    Culinary in the Desert

  • A fluffernutter. fluffernutters! and The Wire is totally overrated. * ducks*

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  • We munch 'em at ballgames, name comic strips after 'em, pulverize 'em into a spread that has enticed generations of children to everything from cookies to PB&Js to fluffernutters.

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  • The Rodent of Unusual Size's belief that raining down fluffernutters would serve as a good distraction to the Gross Team did not sit well with the Duke or his men.

    The Burgh Blog

  • I never ate fluffernutters when I was growing up, but that didn’t stop me from realising that marshmallow and peanut butter would be a great combination with the banana bread I baked this morning.

    Baking Bites » Print » Basic Banana Bread and a Banana Bread Fluffernutter


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