When Kora & Logan were babies I would spend my Saturday mornings at children’s consignment sales. Not only did I find great deals on new and like new clothing and toys, but the bake sale at each one was worth getting up early for.
One day I came across a table that had a variety of different Rice Krispies treats. On that table, one group of treats really stood out. They were bright and colorful and calling to me. I went for a closer look and realized they were made of Fruity Pebbles and they were going fast.
I grabbed one and as soon as I took a bite I was hooked. It was incredible! I confess, I finished it and went back for another. I was happy to hand over my money for something so delicious and for a fundraiser too.
Recently decided to make up a batch at home and hoped they would come out just as delicious as the ones at the bake sale. I was excited when this Fruity Pebbles Treats Recipe turned out to be so easy and ready in minutes. I was even more thrilled that they are just as fantastic as the day I had them at the bake sale. They are a big hit around here and I know they won’t last long. The good news is, we have lots of boxes of Fruity Pebbles and I can’t wait to make more!
- 4 tbsp butter
- 4 cups of mini-marshmallows
- 5 cups of Fruity Pebbles
- Spray a 9 X 13 pan with cooking spray
- In a large saucepan, over low heat melt the butter. Add marshmallows and stir until they are melted.
- Remove from heat and add Fruity Pebbles and mix until coated.
- Pour Fruity Pebbles mixture into the pan and press down with a spatula.
- Store in the refrigerator for one hour and then cut into squares.
- Eat and enjoy!
Evelyn Goettner says
I hate to admit it but I love fruity pebbles now just as much as when I was a kid. Thanks for the recipe :)
Alana Vester says
I have made these before. They are a big hit with the kids when they have friends over.
Linda Meyers-Gabbard says
Thank you so much for the recipe, I am a Rice Krispie treat addict. I eat one then I have to have the entire pan. I just LOVE EM!!!!
I have thought of making them with Fruity Pebbles and CoCo Pebbles but just haven’t gotten around to it. I’m afraid I’d eat the entire pan than make some more…lol
Tammy S says
These are one of my kids favorite treats. Plus I don’t mind making them since they are almost totally fat free.
I’ve been wanting to try making these forever, and the time is now!!! Not only because I found this great-sounding recipe, but because there are people in my life who are living the gluten-free lifestyle, and Fruity Pebbles and Jet Puffed marshmallows are gluten-free (crispy rice is not)! This will make a nice treat for them this holiday season! :)
Debbie R says
Very cool! Much more visual than Rice Krispies Treats. Love the bright colors. Thank you for sharing!
Ellen B says
this recipe looks so yummy! I will have to try it
kor halmond says
This is one of my favorite ways to make the marshmellow treats!! YUMMY!!!
Thomas Murphy says
wow great idea, I can’t wait to try these with my kids.
Harmony B says
Looks yummy and the kiddos will love em. thanks for sharing
This looks so colorful and fun!
Katherine G says
I’ve always wanted to try to make these and rice krispy treats but never had the nerve
TerriAnn @ Cookies & Clogs says
Nice spin on a classic! I’d better not let my daughter see this or she’ll relentlessly ask me to make them :P
Crystal @ Simply Being Mommy says
Yum, those look delicious.
Annie @ Mama Dweeb says
First – AMAZING job! Those look delicious!! Next – I have never heard of recipe puppy. I’m going to download that app on my tablet and try it out. Thanks!
I always wondered if fruity pebbles would make a good treat made like this.
Dee S says
Yum! So easy, too!
Tami Vollenweider says
I haven’t done these before,but make rice krispie treats,.I’ve always wanted to try these!
These look awesome. Totally gonna try them! ty!
Kellie Conklin says
I can’t believe I never thought of this! So simple and looks so delicious. I cannot wait to try these with the girls that I babysit for. Thanks for including the recipe you used!
Heather Hayes Panjon says
Looks So Good, I love The Colors Very Fun :)
Richard Hicks says
They look so tempting and quite easy to make. I am sure our kids would love them
Jennifer Marie says
yun these look good! I think my kids would love these!
That’s a neat twist on Rice Krispies. I never had Pebbles but they remind me of Trix.
My kind of recipe…quick and easy! Thank you!
We like making these with the colored marshmallows:) So good!
looks so fun! thanks for sharing
Trasina McGahey says
OOOooOoooo my aunt has been making these for as long as I can remember. They are sooooo good!
Betty Baez says
This couldn’t be easier to make, looks good