3 Ingredient Flourless Fluffernutter Cookies
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This 3-ingredient cookie is a must-try dessert idea!
If you’re a fan of nostalgic fluffernutter sandwiches (peanut butter with marshmallow creme or fluff) from your childhood, try making these sweet and chewy fluffernutter cookies using just 3 simple ingredients!
Even better, these cookies are gluten-free since the recipe is flourless.
These 3-ingredient Fluffernutter cookies are dangerously easy to bake and dangerously easy to eat… don’t say I didn’t warn ya!
This recipe is so easy to make that our very own Stetson whipped them up and filmed a video while doing it! 🙌
If you can’t see the video above, watch Stetson on YouTube baking these cookies here.
Hip Recipe Tips:
- To avoid sticking, put a piece of parchment paper or silicone mat on the sheet pan before baking.
- Don’t have marshmallow creme or can’t find it at the store? If you have marshmallows, you can combine them with light corn syrup to make your own marshmallow creme, according to SpoonUniversity.com.
3 Ingredient Fluffer-Nutter Cookies
yield: 12 SERVINGS
prep time: 10 MINUTES
cook time: 13 MINUTES
total time: 23 MINUTES
Just three ingredients are needed for these flourless peanut butter and marshmallow cream cookies!
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1 cup marshmallow cream
- 1 large egg
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Prep a sheet pan with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
Use a fork to mix together peanut butter and egg.
Gently fold in marshmallow cream so that you can still see streaks of marshmallow.
Scoop cookie dough onto pan using small or medium sized cookie scoop. Bake for about 11-13 minutes, until slightly browned. Makes about 12 large cookies. Enjoy!
Recipe idea from Picky Pallete
3-ingredient Fluffernutter cookies taste even better than they look!
If you love soft chewy peanut butter cookies, you’re gonna love this cookie recipe. It’s so easy and only 3 staple ingredients are required!
Pour yourself a cold cup of milk and enjoy a warm fluffy peanut butter cookie! 😋
And be sure to Watch Stetson on YouTube baking these here!
Wow! Is it just me or does this seem like such a strange recipe?—-I mean, based on your recipe I would totally expect these cookies to come out all gooey (like thin pancakes) with no flour or oatmeal to hold it all together. I guess it’s the egg that holds it all together? I wonder if it would be good with all natural peanut butter since that is what I have in the house right now? Anyways, I am a HUGE peanut butter lover so keep the peanut butter recipes coming. I look forward to trying this one!! Thanks for posting the fun video too. Love it!!!
I have made PB cookies for years with similar recipe using 1c sugar instead of marshmallow fluff. They’re very good! Just a little more crumbly than regular cookies. Can’t wait to try them this way!
Yes we have that recipe on the site too! It’s interesting how the fluff changes the texture to chewy, which is yum 😋
Lina can you link the recipe that uses sugar in place of fluff. I am looking for recipes for families with limited incomes that are easy to make. Thanks
Just made this recipe using natural peanut butter. As soon as I starting mixing the egg and pb it began turning into cement. Adding the fluff helped but I still had to add some oil to be able to mix it. Any vegetable oil will work. Just add a small amount at a time until you get a thick creamy consistency. Didn’t have to change anything else.
I think I may try it with almond butter. Thanks!
Wonder how these would taste using peanut butter and company dark chocolate dreams peanut butter…
* the recipe is only gluten free if you use gluten free ingredients. Always check those labels!
Yep! Great point thanks!
Do you think I could substitute almond butter for peanut butter?
Yes I do, since the texture is so similar. Let us know if you try it Mandy!
Derby sure loves to cook!
What is the taste like? Can you taste the marshmallow?
Yep like a chewy peanut butter cookie -very good.
Can we substitute the Marshmallow creme for something else? Can’t use it if it’s not Kosher 🙁
That’s literally one of the two main ingredients 🤔Perhaps skip this recipe and just make regular cookies using your ingredients of choice 👍
Fluffernutter brand of creme (not Kraft) is listed as being Kosher! Maybe that brand would be better to use!
There’s a very similar recipe that uses 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of peanut butter and 1 egg. It’s also good with chocolate chips.
I love making these! So easy and so delicious and never any left!
We made these last night and they were delicious! Thanks for another great recipe!
Oh hooray Katie! Thanks for sharing 😀