So, I was sitting on my couch just relaxing on my day off. Of course, there was nothing to watch. Doesn’t that always happen to you? Cable apparently likes to play things when I don’t have time to watch them, but plays nothing when I have all the time in the world. Anywho…so I was looking for something to watch. I ended up on the Cooking Channel, of course. They had that show where they talk about their guilty pleasures. One of the items on there was a fried fluffer nutter. I fell in love. It looked amazing. It was a fried peanut butter, marshmallow and banana sandwich on brioche bread. What could possibly be wrong with that? Nothing! I knew I had to recreate it instantly. So here it is….your very own recipe of fried fluffer nutter to enjoy again and again and again.
Start with 4 slices of brioche bread. Spread peanut butter and marshmallow on each slice.
You can use homemade marshmallow fluff or store-bought fluff. Make sure you use creamy good quality peanut butter….aka JIF or Skippy.
Slice your banana medium sized slices and place them on the peanut butter sides.
Add the marshmallow slice to the peanut butter slice for each piece. For the flour, add nutmeg and mix.
Use some panko and prep the egg wash. Combine whole eggs, vanilla and milk and mix until uniform.
Follow the dredging procedure. Dip the bread in the flour, then the egg wash, then the panko bread crumbs.
Fry it at 325°F for 2-3 minutes until lightly golden brown, then let the excess oil drain on a paper towel.
Sprinkle some salt lightly.
Let it cool slightly before cutting into it. Enjoy!
Watch how to do it: