I knew it would happen eventually: my daughter has been introduced to marshmallow fluff. Not by me, mind you, but by a friend at school. I made it clear I am not buying it for our house, and she immediately coerced her father into buying her a jar. Now it rests in our pantry. Oh well. The other day my daughter surprised me by asking if fluffernutter came in chocolate. No, I said, but I could make it chocolate if she wanted. I mean, why not give it a shot, right? I warmed the fluff in a sauce pan with two squares of semisweet chocolate, stirred it all together and the chocolate fluffernutter was made! It was delicious, easy and so much fun for her to enjoy. I don’t endorse such sweets for lunch usually but, hey, I can appreciate how delicious it must have tasted to her. Fluffernutter really is a childhood classic. Who am I to stand in the way?!
30 Second Chocolate Fluffernutter
Melt 1 large cup of fluffernutter over low heat in a saucepan with 2 squares (about 2 ounces) of semisweet chocolate. Do not use chocolate chips or they will seize. Stir everything together, and spread it on bread. Serve!