American Marshmallow Fluff - 99p in Aldi
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American Marshmallow Fluff - 99p in Aldi

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Found 19th Jul 2013
Seems cheap to me. Good date too. May 2014.

213g Jar.
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    Original Poster
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    Nice price, its usually around the £1.50 mark I think.

    Bought a jar once, but it was just too much sweet for me. Was very weird on toast, very much an American thing.
    Is this the stuff that gets stuck in Marshmallows belly button holes?
    Original Poster
    http://i43.tinypic.com/2vl65j4.jpg
    I used to be a Fluffer but quit
    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.

    charles w

    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of … Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.



    Like sugar you mean?
    charles w

    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of … Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.



    Yeah heaven forbid people are allowed to treat themselves now and again.
    charles w

    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of … Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.



    I agree! Let's destroy happiness, sport, and electricity too. All the devils work!
    Edited by: "delusion" 19th Jul 2013
    Is there a difference in Tubs?

    hotukdeals.com/dea…824?
    Edited by: "AzNDeals" 19th Jul 2013
    Never seen it this cheap before. Very hot from me.
    Addictive stuff. Wont buy the flavoured one as has artificial flavourings.
    charles w

    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of … Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.


    Most of your comments on this site seem very negative. Are you a daily mail reader by any chance?
    You can make fantastic fudge with this stuff, I think the recipe is on the jar.
    charles w

    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of … Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.



    The same as beer then?
    AnnaMak

    Addictive stuff. Wont buy the flavoured one as has artificial flavourings.



    Artificial? Sounds dangerous. I also prefer to keep my ingredients natural.

    Have you tried Uranium flavour? The Cyanide one is nice, goes well with a side serving of Strychnine flavoured Mallow Fluff. All natural of course.

    if the Daily Mail are warning of the dangers of this stuff, I might start reading it again.
    Nice thanks for posting- didnt even know aldi did this I need it for a fudge recipe
    what a bargain!!! hot
    what is it exactly?
    bigdeal24

    what is it exactly?



    Isn't the pic self-explanatory?
    If the Daily Mail are warning about the dangers of this stuff I'm getting it
    This is lovely stuff. I have it on my toast
    this will be store specific depending on how much stock they have left from when it was last on promotion. the store I work in, for instance, hasn't had any for weeks. if your store has more, it may be cheaper. it's all at the managers discretion.
    Banned
    charles w

    Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of … Pap like this, with no nutritional value, should be taxed out of existence.



    not evey one is fat
    copperspock

    Isn't the pic self-explanatory?



    It's Fluff of Marshmallow, saw this today myself, but didn't buy it as I have no idea what you'd use if for? (cue the comments I'm sure - lol)

    For us dietary challenged mortals, can someone explain?
    Northerndave

    It's Fluff of Marshmallow, saw this today myself, but didn't buy it as I … It's Fluff of Marshmallow, saw this today myself, but didn't buy it as I have no idea what you'd use if for? (cue the comments I'm sure - lol)For us dietary challenged mortals, can someone explain?


    It's just a sugary spread. Think Nutella.
    copperspock

    It's just a sugary spread. Think Nutella.



    Cool, now I know, thanks for taking the time to respond
    I dont think its self explanatory, I am going to buy some that I need for a recipe but i have no idea what it's actually going to be like.. cant really imagine marshallows as a spread oO
    oh i love it when the hukd trolls go on a rant about stuff they dont like, if you dont like it ignore the post and stop being a muppet, i dont like camping but i dont trash everyones posts on tents!

    i love this for making cupcake frosting or for making whoopie pies from the humingbird books, great to see it so cheap, hope my aldi has it!
    thanks
    Yep definitely store specific, still £1.59 in my store.
    Northerndave

    It's Fluff of Marshmallow, saw this today myself, but didn't buy it as I … It's Fluff of Marshmallow, saw this today myself, but didn't buy it as I have no idea what you'd use if for? (cue the comments I'm sure - lol)For us dietary challenged mortals, can someone explain?

    thanks... I know what a marshmallow is just didn't know how it was fluff.. seems like a weird thing to put on toast though!

    Thanks for answering in an informative and non condescending manner
    Only 700 cals per full jar 14 servings so only 50 cals per spoon a bag of crisps is about 150 so not that bad really its like melted nougat its gorgeous
    well said that moose
    So can I use this fluff in place of Viagra?
    bigdeal24

    thanks... I know what a marshmallow is just didn't know how it was … thanks... I know what a marshmallow is just didn't know how it was fluff.. seems like a weird thing to put on toast though! Thanks for answering in an informative and non condescending manner



    it's nice on digestive (digestif?) biscuits as a treat. In the other thread someone brought up the fluffernutter sandwich, spread this stuff with peanutbutter and try not to get diabetes.
    It's really not a particularly useful food, but neither is broccoli.
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