Fruity Pebbles Krispies Treats
If you enjoy Fruity Pebbles, you will love these treats! The recipe is super simple. When you are finished, you will have some ooey-gooey fruity and colorful treats.
As a kid, Rice Krispies Treats were always one of my favorites. I loved when my mom made a batch (which wasn’t very often). When I went off to college, she would send me care packages. How sweet, right?! During my freshman year, she whipped of a batch of Rice Krispies Treats and individually wrapped each one before sending them off to me. I was supposed to share them with my roommate. Instead, I hid them from her and kept them all to myself. Yep… I’m pretty selfish when it comes to food.
I have made plenty of batches of Rice Krispies Treats as an adult, but always with Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal. Recently, my husband requested that I make them with his favorite cereal, Fruity Pebbles. Sure, why not!
Fruity Pebbles Krispie Treats Recipe
Looking for a twist on Krispie Treats? Try these ooey-gooey Fruity Pebble Krispie Treats for a colorful and fruity sweet treat.
- 3 tbsp Butter
- 4 cups Jet-Puffed Miniature Marshmallows (or 1 package (10 oz) Jet-Puffed Marshmallows)
- 5 cups Post Fruity Pebbles Cereal
Melt butter in a large saucepan at low heat.
Once butter is completely melted, add marshmallows to saucepan. Keep on low heat, stirring frequently. Melt marshmallows completely (no lumps).
Add Fruity Pebbles cereal to saucepan and mix well with melted marshmallows. Remove from heat.
Pour mixture in to a 13x9x2-inch pan coated with cooking spray. This step can get a bit sticky! Use wax paper or a spatula coated in butter to press mixture down evenly throughout the pan.
Once completely cooled, cut treats into squares and enjoy fruity, marshmallowly goodness!
Tips, Tricks and Tools
Be sure to melt marshmallows on low heat. Otherwise, your treats may end up hard, crunchy and dry.
Feel free to add 6 cups of Fruity Pebbles. I only added 5 cups because I like my treats ooey-gooey and on the softer side.
Use any type of square and/or rectangular pan. The smaller the pan, the thicker the treats. The larger the pan, the thinner the treats.