Sammiches, Ralph Wiggum, and Kosher Chocolate!

ralph for President '08!
So, it’s time for another article! Yes, another article! I proudly support Ralph Wiggum for president, so in honor of him, we have a basic recipe even HE can enjoy!

Chocolate for Valentine’s Day

Buy chocolate from TotallyChocolate.com.

Give to Significant other.

Have a happy Valentine’s Day!

Okay, that was more for fun, and an excuse to plug these guys NOW for custom KOSHER gifts. 🙂 Seriously, though, we need more sweets. And let’s share some of my comfort food! Let’s make our own fluff to start!

Kosher Fluff

1 Bag Kosher Marshmallows

Put marshmallows in microwavable bowl and microwave on Medium for 1 minute.
Stir for 10-20 seconds with a spatula until smooth.

So now we have kosher fluff! From here, we can make TWO different snacks: Fluffernutters & S’mores sandwiches!

S’Mores Sandwiches

Kosher Fluff
Gram Crackers, Crumbled
1 King-Size Chocolate Bar
White Bread

Spread fluff on a slice of bread.
Sprinkle cracker crumbs on the fluff.
Lay pieces of chocolate on the crumbs, then top with another slice of bread.
Nuke for 20 seconds on medium-high.
Press together & eat.

Fluffernutters

bread
kosher fluff
peanut butter

Spread fluff on one slice.
Spread peanut butter on the other slice.
Press together and eat.

Nummy nomnomnom food! 🙂 If these were Krystal’s sammiches, she’d have eaten them! Anyhow, hope you enjoy these treats as much as I do! 🙂 Until next time, Shalom and Good Cooking!

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January 6, 2008. dessert, Kosher Links, Personal, recipes, snacks, Trayfe-to-Kosher Challenge.

2 Comments

  1. fran zaslow replied:

    I love what you’ve done. I’m a professional, which doesn’t mean I’m a better cook, it just means people pay me for cooking, etc. But last July 2007, on the hottest day of the year in NY, I had my kitchen Koshered, my home kitchen that is, and I’ve used my culinary prowess to delve into the realm of Kosher. This is after decades of doing Kosher style for the Holidays (for customers) but not really being Kosher. I would love to share my experiences with your readers if this would be something you’d like to add to your blog, if this is even possible to do. Love hearing from you. Fran Zaslow

  2. MABSH"Y replied:

    Of course, fluff is already under the O-U, so I don’t know why you need to make your own…

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