Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Fruity Pebbles "Rice Krispies" Treats {#DIY}

My daughter Lydia made Fruity Pebbles "Rice Krispies" Treats this evening. She was supervised of course. You will need the following to make yours!
  • 3 Tablespoons Butter
  • 1 10 Oz Package of mini marshmallows
  • 6 Cups of Fruity Pebbles
In a large sauce pan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until melted. Slowly add in your fruity pebbles. Make sure they are completely covered. Pour into a greased pan and allow to cool. Ours took 4 hours to settle and get hard.
She added mini chocolate chips on half of them! Quick and kid friendly treat for the kiddos to make! Thanks for reading!

6 comments:

  1. I have made Rice Krispie treats before but never thought about using Fruity Pebbles. I really think my grandkids would go for these. They look really yummy.

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  2. This is genius! I see an entire cereal aisle in a different light now. What a great idea for that box of cereal that's unintentionally been pushed to the back of the cabinet & discovered after you've replenished. They look delicious. I see a little Bre in training!! xox

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  3. I've never thought to use Fruity Pebbles! I love them...they sure have a lot of flavor, they just get soggy too fast. This is a much better way to enjoy them I think. I'll sure try it! Good job Lydia!

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  4. These are so colorful and fun! I will have to make these with my son soon!

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  5. These are such a great idea. My oldest daughter loves rice krispy treats and fruity pepples. I think she would love these.

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  6. We also do these with cocoa pebbles and add peanut butter chips.

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