Krispy Treats with Fruity Pebbles mixed in.
I have been wanting to make these for awhile.
I went to the store to get the ingredients and the Fruity Pebbles were special neon colors! Perfect for me because basically that means red is replaced with pink and the rest of the colors are a little brighter. My perfect palette. 🙂
Mix together 4 cups of Rice Krispies and 2 cups of Fruity Pebbles.
Melt 3 tablespoons of butter in a medium pot on low heat, then add an entire bag of regular marshmallows (4 cups if using mini marshmallows).
Once they are completely melted (this takes an eternity), pour over the cereal and mix with a wooden spoon or rubber spatula quickly until all cereal is coated.
Dump into a 13×9 pan sprayed with cooking spray. Spray cooking spray on hands and press down into pan as evenly as possible. Wait at least 2 hours. (Torture, I know.)
Invert the pan on a cutting board and cut into 2 inch squares.
I LOVE these. They’re not overly fruity because we just used a small amount of Fruity Pebbles. Plus, they’re fun and pretty and easy. And they would go perfectly with Easter!
Recipe adapted from Kellogg’s and Cookies and Cups.
4 responses to “Rainbow Krispy Treats”
These look awesome! I love the neon colors 🙂 I used to be a fruity pebbles fiend – it is the best cereal!
It’s so good but I can’t eat it like regular cereal, it gets too soggy. It’s my favorite topping though on frozen yogurt! Like crispy fruity sprinkles!
I love the character it give to the classic Rice Krispy Treats. It is way more fun:)
Perfect treat for Easter/Spring! Love the colour the little amount of Fruity Pepples give these.