Food·Posted on Jan 5, 2017The Rest Of The World Thinks This Is What "American Food" Is And It's Kind Of CrazyThis is our culinary legacy.by Dave StoperaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Have you ever wondered what foods people in other countries think are "American food"? Let's find out: England: reddit.com Pop-Tarts, beef jerky, three types of M&Ms, and marshmallow fluff. Looks about right. New Zealand: reddit.com Pop-Tarts, Lucky Charms, and every type of candy you buy before seeing a movie. France: imgur.com Like eight different types of cookies, mustard, pancakes, and marshmallow fluff. I'm sensing a trend. Germany: Twitter: @Caleb_Denison Salad dressing, nacho cheese, cake mix, syrup, and marshmallow fluff. Belgium: Twitter: @GillianKloet Literally just soda and guacamole mix. Nailed it. Australia: Twitter: @GillianKloet So much candy...and marshmallow fluff. The Netherlands: reddit.com Frostings and mixes and dressings, oh my! Ireland: Twitter: @WaterPM Pop-Tarts, Lucky Charms, Nerds, Twinkies, and MARSHMALLOW FLUFF. Finland: Twitter: @Kisumisuja Pop-Tarts, mustard, and so many hot sauces. Sweden reddit.com Goldfish, marshmallows, Snapple, and Charleston Chew? Spain: Twitter: @SolomonPastor3 Ranch dressing, chocolate syrup, cake mix, frosting, and...yup...MARSHMALLOW FLUFF. Denmark: Twitter: @Couzin_Vinny Salad dressing, jello, pickles, Twizzlers, and cooking spray? Colombia Twitter: @liz315 Hot chocolate, ketchup, peanut butter, and muffin mix. And finally, the UK again: i.imgur.com Soda, candy, cereal, candy cereal, AND...MARSHMALLOW FLUFF. BEHOLD: the most American food there is: ilovepeanutbutter.com God bless A-marshmallowfluff-ica.