Fruity Pebbles Krispies!


It took me awhile to track this recipe down.  I pinned it and followed it to Food Gawker, originally, where I found the recipe immediately. Made them, sent them to school for the girl’s birthday and thought I was done.

Then I went to let you guys know about it and couldn’t find this recipe anywhere.  Nowhere.  It took me way too long.  I just kept thinking, it’s Rice Krispie treats. Just type out the recipe and let it be.

But, no… credit where credit is due.  So even though you’re just putting a cute little twist on Rice Krispie treats, follow the link back to The Novice Chef to get the real recipe that your little ones will gobble up.

And make them if for no other reason, than so you can remember what Fruity Pebbles smell like.  Oh my goodness, deliciousness.  I don’t think I’ve smelled them for years and years and it was sensory overload.

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  1. My kids would love these!


  2. Looks delicious!

  3. They look like a party on a stick!

  4. Those are super cute, and bet my son would love it. Thanks for Sharing.

  5. They look very fun. My little girls birthday is the first week of december so I think her class may be celebrating with these!

  6. Yum. My college dining center used to make these and I was addicted!

  7. My daughter is having a nutcracker party for her birthday and these are going to be a must have (she would live on frutipebbles if I let her)

  8. Lol, I’m not a fan of fruity pebbles, mostly because of the overpowering smell, but I loved reading your excitement over them, hehe.

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