Celebrate Fluff’s 100th Birthday By Eating it On Everything

This week marks the 100th birthday of Marshmallow Fluff, that pasty, ivory creme spread derived from corn syrup, sugar syrup, dried egg whites, and vanillin.

In February 1917, Archibald Query, a food entrepreneur born in Montréal, created the recipe for Fluff in Somerville, Massachusetts, shilling it door-to-door decades before its popularity exploded in the 1960s. Fluff has since remained stalwart in its popularity. Depending on your age, you’ll likely have different memories attached to Fluff. Perhaps you were part of the Fluffernutter generation, who came of age eating it between two slices of bread along with a smear of peanut butter for lunch. Maybe you stuck it on a graham cracker alongside some Nutella to make a sexy synthetic s’more. Or you just ate it straight out of its container. Who knows?

Homemade Marshmallow Fluff

Homemade Marshmallow Fluff by CrepesofWrath

You can certainly make Fluff yourself. Store-bought or homemade, though, here are some dishes you can stick Fluff inside. Throw Fluff a 100th birthday party in your home this weekend.

S'mores Layer Cake

S’mores Layer Cake by Erin McDowell

How to Make Any Cereal Treats Without a Recipe

How to Make Any Cereal Treats Without a Recipe

by Amanda Shulman

Homemade Moon Pies!

Homemade Moon Pies!

by Lindsey S. Love | Dolly and…

Hostess Cupcakes

Hostess Cupcakes by Jestei

 Sweet Potato Casserole with Brown Sugar Fluff

Sweet Potato Casserole with Brown Sugar Fluff

by Ashley Rodriguez

Orange Chiffon Cake with Hawaiian Fluff Topping, 1940s

Orange Chiffon Cake with Hawaiian Fluff Topping, 1940s

by Jessica Reed

Liddabit Cupcakes

Liddabit Cupcakes by AllisonRobicelli

S'mores Semifreddo

S’mores Semifreddo

by Amanda Hesser

Big Kid Hot Day S'Mores

Big Kid Hot Day S’Mores by aargersi

Where do you like to put your Fluff? Let us know in the comments!

This article was written by Mayukh Sen from Food52 and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.