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Friday, 2 March 2012

Marshmallow Fluff


I saw a couple of recipes on pinterest recently that piqued my interest, GAPS friendly marshamallow and GAPS friendly marshmallow fluff.

Remember fluff? Now my american friends are like 'Sure, we pass it in the grocery store everyday', but not in the uk my friends. Over here, we have the option of buying it from selfridges for £5 a jar (approximately $9) or just fondly reminiscing about the early 90s when we used to be able to enjoy peanut butter and marshamallow sandwiches.

But not anymore. Not only is the GAPS recipe sugar and grain free, it's incredible frugal. All it takes is one egg white, 5oz honey or maple syrup, a pinch of salt and some home made vanilla essence.

If you want to try it, head on over to the cheeseslave for full instructions.

Prepare for some happy GAPpy children! We serve it with cut up fruit to dip in - because despite the fluff being GAPS friendly, the bread in a fluffernutter sandwich is not permitted.

This post is linked up at No Ordinary Blog Hop

1 comments:

Heidi said...

My children would love for me to keep fluff around the house, but I too avoid it for the obvious it seems more like a snack than nutrition. Thank you for sharing this recipe information with all of us over at NOBH!

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