The only thing better than a fluffernutter sandwich is, of course, a fluffernutter cookie. So, all those who have experienced the magic of slathering peanut butter and marshmallow fluff between two pieces of bread won’t hesitate to discover the joy that can come from combining peanut butter and ooey, gooey marshmallow fluff with flour, brown sugar and baking it right up. And if you’ve never had a fluffernutter sandwich — much less a fluffernutter-inspired cookie — there’s no time like the present.
Go ahead and gather your ingredients, because you won’t want to wait another minute before starting this baking process. The glorious cookie recipe comes from the Stress Baking blog and yields the most fluffy, marshmallowy cookie you could imagine.
The creator of this recipe went through several trials before perfecting it, so you’ll want to follow along step-by-step to create the perfect consistency for your cookies. Take note that instructions such as using room temperature butter and chilling the dough before putting it in the oven are important rules to follow.
When you do, you’ll create a delicious batch of cookies that you won’t be able to resist pulling apart and devouring, piece by marshmallow-and-peanut-butter-filled piece:
As if this wasn’t mindblowing-ly delicious enough, you can take fluffernutter dessert to the next level by swapping the bread of a fluffernutter sandwich for cookies. The recipe from Just So Tasty suggests creating a marshmallow frosting to pair with peanut butter cookies instead of combining the two flavors into one dough.
Then, you’ll be able to create the ultimate fluffernutter cookie sandwich. If you follow along with this recipe, you’ll end up with a super-sweet treat consisting of crispy peanut butter cookies filled with fluffy marshmallow frosting:
And if you really want to fulfill your sweet tooth, you can pull from both recipes by making a batch of the cookies from the Stress Baking blog and then adding marshmallow frosting in between those ooey, gooey cookies.
All of this got you ready to dig into fluffernutter cookie goodness immediately? Then, you might even consider skipping the baking process entirely.
This recipe from Butternut Bakery walks you through the steps of mixing up safe-to-eat cookie dough that’s full of ribbons of peanut butter and marshmallow fluff and will have you ready to jump right in with a spoon:
No matter which method you choose, there’s no wrong way to eat a fluffernutter in cookie form.