Blueberry Marshmallow Fluff Recipe

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I know summer is almost over, but there is still time left to throw together a last-minute cookout. Whether you are short on time or want something quick and easy to throw together, this Blueberry Marshmallow Fluff is the perfect crowd-pleaser and it takes just minutes to make.

In fact, it is so easy to make, that you can even let the kids make it, all by themselves.  

When I came up with this recipe, I was really just going on a limb. I needed something delicious to take to a cookout, last minute, but I had no idea what to take. That’s when I thought of one of my favorite summer desserts, watergate salad. I knew I didn’t want to just make watergate salad, though, so I decided to mix up the recipe, a little. In the end, I came up with this delicious, unique, cool summer treat – blueberry marshmallow fluff.

To create this recipe, I knew I would need to make a few slight substitutions, so I decided to substitute the pistachio pudding with vanilla pudding and start from there.

Since the pistachio pudding gives watergate salad it’s delicious flavor, I knew I would need to add something in place of the pistachios, so I decided to try blueberry pie filling. I mainly just went with blueberries because my husband hates canned cherry, but also because I wanted something a little more out of the ordinary. You could probably substitute the canned blueberries for any fruit, or canned pumpkins, but for now, I think this recipe taste so good.

Blueberry Marshmallow Fluff

This Blueberry Marshmallow Fluff is a lot like the classic, watergate salad, but it tastes so much better! 

Ingredients

  • 1 Bag Miniature Marshmallows Use more marshmallows, if desired
  • 1 Can Crushed Pineapple Do not drain
  • 1 Can Blueberry Pie Filling
  • 1 Tub Cool Whip
  • 1 Large Box Vanilla Pudding Mix (Instant)

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. 

  2. Stir until mixed thoroughly.

  3. Serve and Enjoy!

Since you are using cool whip in this recipe, I the Blueberry Marshmallow Fluff is served best chilled. You can serve it with graham crackers and vanilla wafers on the side, or you can just eat it with no extras.

This Blueberry Marshmallow Fluff was such a crowd pleasure and everybody loved it! If you want a recipe that no one else will have, this one is it! 

Are you trying this recipe? Let me know what you think in the comments below.


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