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April 19, 2009

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dawn

whoa! must try these! they look crazy-good!

Sara

These look SO fantastic! I love peanut butter and marshmallow together. I will definitely give these a try sometime!

Louise

I'm another who found her way here via Anna. I've been lurking for a while, but have to comment on how great these cookies look. I also love pb & marshmallow fluff and make it "healthy" on a wrap with banana slices. %=) These look like something I need to try very soon. I'll be interested to see how long these keep. That's if I don't eat them all myself in two days.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Dawn and Sara. This combo is kind of like chocolate and peanut butter...it's the salty/sweet thing. So good! :-)

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Louise. Welcome! And thanks for writing in. Ha! Of course bananas make everything healthy. :-) I had to very careful not to eat more than 2 of these. Thank goodness for my real-life cookie tasters...they've kept me from having to buy new pants.

Laurel

These look so good! I will have to make them this summer in the states due to the lacking of the PB department here. I am lucky to find regular PB here, much less PB-flavored things. Maybe I could try them with something else...a different cereal. We will see. Can't wait to try them the regular way though.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Laurel. Is regular Cap'n Crunch cereal available in Belgium? That might work in place of the PB-flavored version. You'll have to stock up on PB stuff next time you're in the States! :-)

jayna

These were delicious! I made them twice last week (don't worry I shared). The second time, I didn't have quite enough PB chips, so I added some chocolate chips as well. I think I liked the PB only version best, but the second batch was a nice variation.
Anyway just wanted to say thank you. You are so inventive!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks, Jayna! I pasted your commented on the main page as a "Blog-Love" entry. So glad you liked these guys. And adding chocolate chips in a pinch is an awesome idea!

Liesl

These look fabulous! I am from Ohio originally and I remember the ol' Fluffernutter in my lunch box and a kid!! I really should make these cookies! :o)

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Liesl. Thanks! These really are a blast from the past for me too. You should *totally* make them. :-)

Katie

Hey Oatmeal Cookie Guy! My friend Kevin (age 5) and I made these AWESOME cookies today! I am glad that I had previously had a cookie stuffing demo, but they were alot easier than I had expected. Kevin's brother Dylan (age 7) liked the cookies. We decided they were just like a fluffernutter, minus the Wonder Bread!

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