I have always wanted to make Fruity Pebble Treats. (They are basically Rice Krispie Treats, but with Fruity Pebbles instead). It seriously has been a dream of mine. What can I say? I am all about that Fruity Pebbles life. I thought it would be so kind of me to share this delightfully super easy recipe with you all. Your Friday just got even better right? It’s Friday Funday; and I think Fruity Pebble Treats are the definition of fun.
I whipped up these tasty fruity treats for a dinner I attended last weekend. Kids were there so it was totally appropriate, and even if they weren’t there it’s still a win. Right? Just nod your head. I also made Caramel Rice Krispie treats, but they didn’t make it to this post… RIP.
These treats are gooey, crunchy, and packed with flavor. You’ll just have to try them yourself, and thank me later. I can’t stop thinking about them. Talk about love at first bite.
2 Tablespoons of Butter
2 Tablespoons of Brown Sugar
6 cups of Fruity Pebbles cereal
1 bag of Miniature Marshmallows
9×13’’ pan, aluminum foil, and a spatula
1. Place the butter in a large microwavable bowl. Heat the butter up for one minute on high heat.
2. Once butter is melted pour the marshmallows in the same bowl.
3. Place the bowl back in the microwave for one minute, checking on the marshmallows occasionally. Once they are a tad melted, usually a good stir will melt them completely.
4. Add in the brown sugar and continue to stir.
5. Add in the cups of Fruity Pebbles one at a time until all the cereal has been added, and then continue to stir.
6. Empty your mixture into a pan lightly greased with olive oil.
7. Spread your mixture evenly throughout the pan with a lightly buttered spatula.
8. Let the treats cool for an hour or so, cut them into squares, then eat up.
(You can also do all my steps on low heat over the stove.)
Everyone including the adults raved about these treats. Who says Fruity Pebble Treats are just for kids? Not I! I’m going to go whip up another batch for my preschool class. Of course I’m making extra for me, myself and I.