Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich

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Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich,  it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!

Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich, it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!This post is sponsored by Canyon Bakehouse. As always, all opinions are entirely my own. Canyon Bakehouse is a staple in my home, which is why I love working with them. Thanks for supporting Flippin’ Delicious™ and the companies I work with.

If you haven’t heard of fluffernutter sandwiches you are probably scratching your head. WHAT is fluffernutter? Fluffernutter has two parts. First, the fluff, marshmallow fluff that is. Second, the nutter, usually peanut butter (think those iconic nutter butter cookies). Alone, both ingredients are high on my list of faves. Together….they climb pretty close to the top.

Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich, it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich, it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!

Something magical happens when peanut butter and marshmallows are combined. The marshmallows help to cut through the sticky peanut butter and add just a touch of sweetness.

Traditionally a fluffernutter sandwich is simply a slice of white bread spread with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff. Well, I wanted to take the classic and make it just a little bit better, and allergy-friendly. I used Canyon Bakehouse Whole Grain Gluten-Free Heritage Loaf and I used sunflower seed butter, making this a peanut-free fluffernutter sandwich!

Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich, it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!

Also, I didn’t have marshmallow fluff and didn’t want to go to the store. I thought if I tried grilling my sandwich it would melt the marshmallows for me. Necessity is the mother of invention or something like that.

Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich, it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!

I think that the classic fluffernutter sandwich is only improved when it takes a spin in a skillet with a pat of dairy-free butter. The gluten-free bread turns a buttery golden brown, and the mini marshmallows get perfectly gooey.

Though it is amazing warm, this grilled fluffernutter sandwich is also fabulous a bit later when it has cooled. It would be the perfect sandwich to tuck in your kiddos Friday lunchbox. Let it cool completely and then put it in a sandwich container or wrap it in foil. When lunchtime comes just unwrap it and take a bite.

Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich, it is gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!

If you don’t want to grill your sandwich, you can make it with the traditional smear of marshmallow fluff. I can attest that it is delicious, however, it is even better when grilled!

Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwich
 
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Grilled Gluten Free Fluffernutter Sandwiches are gooey, peanut-buttery, and marshmallowy. Made peanut-free and dairy-free, too!
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Serves: 1 sandwich
Ingredients
  • 2 slices Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-Free Bread (I used their Whole Grain Heritage Loaf)
  • sunflower seed butter
  • mini marshmallows
  • dairy-free butter
Instructions
  1. Heat a skillet over medium heat.
  2. Spread a slice of gluten-free bread with sunflower seed butter and top with a layer of mini marshmallows. Place the second slice of gluten-free bread on top.
  3. Melt a pat of dairy-free butter in the skillet. Add the sandwich and cook for 1-2 minutes on each side, until golden brown. (I covered my skillet with a lid to help it hold in more heat and melt the marshmallows.)
  4. Remove from the skillet, cut in half, and enjoy.

 

 

Comments

  1. Patty says

    Briana, you’re a genius! I was raised on fluffernutters, but was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, just over three years ago, including wheat and peanuts. I have yet to try sunflower seed butter, because I found a brand of cashew butter that I really like, but it never occurred to me to use it for a fluffernutter. Must rectify this ASAP! Grilling it would just make it better. 🙂

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