Roasted peanut butter and vanilla marshmallow ice creams side-by-side with oat pie crust pieces.
Uniquely American in flavor and story, the peanut butter and marshmallow mashup—also known as fluffernutter—has roots dating back to the 1910s and ties to Paul Revere’s great-great-great-grandchildren. Our version nods to the classic. One half is a creamy, salty roasted peanut butter ice cream. The other is a smooth, vanilla marshmallow ice cream that tastes exactly like the pillowy, marshmallow spread of our youths. With added brown sugar and oat pie crust pieces—based on Jeni’s old family recipe—this flavor is pure magic.