As good as it is right from the jar, these marshmallow fluff recipes take this sticky-sweet creme to new heights.
I’m talking cookies, cakes, brownies, and more!
25 Easy Desserts with Marshmallow Creme
Marshmallow fluff is a thing of beauty. It’s super sweet, wonderfully sticky, and insanely addictive.
It’s amazing in cupcakes, as a dip for fruit, or scooped out of the jar with a spoon.
But if you really want to make the most of it, try these simple marshmallow fluff recipes.
I promise you won’t be disappointed.
It’s never been easier to create marshmallow fluff at home.
You only need a few simple ingredients, and once you get the hang of it, you’ll never need to buy it again.
Of course, you can use this in any of the recipes below. Or use store-bought if you’re in a rush!
Send your sweet tooth to sugary heaven with this fruity cupcake recipe.
The moist vanilla cake is delicious, but the strawberry fluff icing is deadly. It’s fruity, sweet, and creamy all at once.
Plus, it looks terrific, don’t you think?
Are you sitting down?
Good, because these sweet potato fluff cupcakes are so tasty, they might make you swoon.
Each one packs a big punch of sweetness with plenty of bourbon and brown sugar caramelization.
Topped with a dollop of fluff, these little guys are impossible to resist.
Have you jumped on the Biscoff train yet? Seriously, that stuff is to die for!
Whether you’re already a fan or new to the spiced cookie trend, this is a terrific place to start.
It’s crunchy, creamy, sweet, and dreamy. What more could you ask for?
From a Christmas Yule Log to a simple Sunday dessert, this recipe is a must-make.
The cake itself is soft and fluffy with plenty of chocolatey goodness to keep you coming back for more.
And the filling is just the right amount of buttery and sweet.
Together, it’s a match made in dessert heaven.
Can you believe this rich and creamy ice cream only calls for three ingredients?
It’s true! Just mix whipped cream with sweetened condensed milk and marshmallow fluff, then freeze until solid.
How easy is that?
Feel free to add fun extras, like cookie dough or brownie bites!
This one is a mouthful in more ways than one!
I mean, the peanut butter and chocolate chip cookie bar is already a no-brainer. But add marshmallow fluff, and it’s suddenly dangerous!
Oh, and that’s not all! You’ll also add Reese’s peanut butter cups for maximum nutty yumminess.
If the above recipe is a little over the top for you, try this paired-down version.
It’s still creamy and nutty, with lots of sticky fluff. It’s just easier, messier, and less chocolatey.
These cookies are insanely soft. As in melt-in-your-mouth, pillowy soft.
Try them once, and you’ll be hooked.
How do you make brownies even more delicious? Add a marshmallow fluff swirl on top!
That’s right, this recipe starts with the fudgiest brownie you’ve ever tasted. To that, you’ll add a healthy dollop of marshmallow creme.
Not only do these bars taste devilishly delish, but the white swirl makes them perfect for the holidays.
10. Oreo Fluff Pie
This Oreo fluff pie will be a hit with the kids. But I think you’ll find the adults will love it just as much.
The nostalgic taste combines sugary marshmallow fluff with your favorite childhood cookie.
Better yet, it’s a no-bake recipe with just six ingredients!
11. Berry Fluff Pie
Need something sweet and fruity for your next backyard bash? How about a creamy berry pie with marshmallow fluff?
It’s effortless to prepare and uses just four simple ingredients.
Make it the night before and pull it out of the fridge when all the burgers are gone.
Just when you thought fudge couldn’t get any better, this recipe enters the chat.
It starts with a mix of sugar, margarine, and evaporated milk. To that, you’ll melt in chocolate chips and marshmallow creme.
Stir in something crunchy, then let it set.
It’s rich, velvety, and perfect for the holidays.
I have a deep love for all things pudding! So this one caught my eye right away – and I made it immediately.
You’ll make a simple pudding with hot cream and egg yolks. Then add the fluff for sweetness.
The result? A dish I couldn’t stop eating!
If you’re a fan of custard, I should warn you: one portion isn’t enough!
14. Booty Dip
Even if you only make this for the name, I promise you won’t regret it.
Between the cream cheese, fluff, Cool Whip, brown sugar, and chocolate chips, it’ll fly off the table.
Have some cookies, crackers, and fruit ready. Or just dive right in with a spoon – I won’t judge!
15. S’More Truffles
Bring the campfire experience home with these s’mores truffles- no bug spray needed.
They look like they came out of a chocolate shop, but they’re actually insanely simple to make.
And when you bite through that outer shell, the creamy marshmallow center is beyond scrumptious.
Do you know someone with a birthday coming up?
Instead of shelling out for a store-bought cheesecake, make them this spectacular homemade version instead.
The crust is crushed animal crackers which add a buttery sweetness to the base.
Meanwhile, the filling is perfectly sweet and creamy. Top it with chocolate or caramel sauce, or go for something fruity, like blueberry compote!
Serve this fruit dip at your next party and watch your guests hover around the platter all night.
All you need is cream cheese and fluff, and it’s good to go! Though you could add some vanilla for a bit of added depth.
The only difficult part of this recipe is deciding which fruits to pair with it.
If you want a quick trip down memory lane, you can make a simple nostalgic sandwich with peanut butter, fluff, and white bread.
But if you want to go above and beyond, this is the recipe for you.
It includes sweet bananas for added flavor and texture. And that crunchy toasted edge makes all the difference!
If you’re on a diet, you might want to skip this one because there’s nothing low-cal about these Reese’s fluffernutter bars.
You’ll bake whole Reese’s Cups into the cookie dough, creating an explosion of chocolate and peanut butter flavors.
But it doesn’t stop there. You also dollop a healthy dose of marshmallow fluff over the top for a uniquely creamy finish.
As much as I love soft and smooth fudge, I can’t get enough of this crunchy white chocolate fudge with oatmeal.
The added texture makes it oh-so-scrummy, and that marshmallow flavor is a dream.
If you like oatmeal creme pies, you’ll go gaga for this stuff.
How fun are these brownies! That hot pink coconut looks too good to be true.
The OG Sno Ball featured chocolate cake with a sweet cream filling, marshmallow icing, and coconut flakes.
And this is a fantastic dupe!
You don’t have to color the coconut pink – it’ll taste just as yummy if it’s white. But you have to admit, it looks super cute!
From one Little Debbie fave to another: did you grow up on Oatmeal Cream Pies too?
This homemade version is easy, soft, and loaded with marshmallow flavor.
Better yet, you won’t find any preservatives in these snack cakes, just pure deliciousness. And each bite tastes better than you remember.
This s’mores cake is a true showstopper.
The dripping chocolate ganache and charred marshmallow garnish are enough to take your breath away – but wait until you cut into it!
You’ll be greeted with three thick layers of moist Graham Cracker cake that tastes like pure heaven.
And the toasted fluff in the frosting is genius!
These peanut butter fluff blondies are so rich, you might only need one!
But they’re so tasty, I doubt one will be enough.
The chewy, buttery texture melts in your mouth alongside the chocolate, peanut butter, and marshmallow fluff.
Serve them slightly warm, and get ready to swoon.
I’m going to share a hack that’ll save you during bake sale season.
Instead of using whole marshmallows in your Rice Krispie Treats, use a jar of marshmallow fluff instead.
This simple swap saves you a couple of minutes in the kitchen and prevents sticky fingers when chowing down on a Rice Krispie Treat. How cool is that?
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