Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie Treats are bright and colorful dessert bars that all ages will love. Filled with gooey marshmallow fluff and a childhood-favorite cereal, they will disappear before your eyes! With only 3 ingredients and no baking needed, you’ll be blown away at how easy and tasty these sweet treats are.
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How to: Make Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie Treats
Rice Krispies are extremely easy to make, and it’s no different for these fruity pebbles rice krispie treats!
The most important thing to remember when making anything with marshmallow fluff is to always, always, always spray all of your bowls and stirrers with enough cooking spray. I use avocado oil, but you can also use olive oil, butter spray, and any other more neutral cooking spray you have.
Start by melting the butter in a pot on the stove. Only medium low heat is needed to heat these ingredients well enough.
Once the butter has melted, add in the marshmallow fluff and stir frequently – it can burn easily! Keep stirring and heating until the marshmallow is combined with the butter and is smooth.
In a large bowl, add your fruity pebbles. Pour the marshmallow and butter mixture over the cereal and use your heavily sprayed stirrer to mix. Keep stirring until it is fully incorporated and you have a nice, even mixture.
Whether using a heart mold for Valentine’s Day or another baking dish, make you sure you spray it generously. Pour in the marshmallow cereal mixture and let it sit for 1 hour to harden. Store in the fridge to preserve it longer. Enjoy!
Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie Treats
- 3 tbsp butter
- 4 oz marshmallow fluff
- 3 cups fruity pebbles or fruity rice cereal
- Melt butter over medium low heat. Spray your stirrer generously with cooking spray. Add marshmallow fluff and heat until smooth, stirring constantly.
- Spray a large bowl with cooking spray and pour in the fruity pebbles. Carefully pour in the marshmallow and butter mixture. Stir until evenly combined.
- Pour the mixture into a mold or baking dish and let sit for 1 hour. Enjoy!
Now that I’ve tried out making rice krispie treats with fruit pebbles cereals, I think my next experiment will be with cocoa pebbles! Yay or nay??
27 thoughts on “Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie Treats”
Ooh this looks fun! I’ve rice krispie treats so I can imagine this is just as good. I love the colours! Thanks for the recipe, it looks nice and simple to make 😊
Wow I love this post! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe idea x
Something nostalgic seeing fruity pebbles and in with rice Krispies in bar/treat.
I tried Fruity Pebbles for the first time a few years ago — not really a cereal for me but as an ingredient for a sweet treat they absolutely work. I love the sound of this recipe!
I was introduced to marshmallow fluff years ago but just had it with peanut butter. I am so happy you shared this recipe, cannot wait to make it.
Love how colorful these are with the fruity pebbles! 🙌
Rice crispy treats are everything. Great ideas for pudding.
Rice Krispie treats are a family favorite. Thanks for the inspiration to try this recipe. Looks so pretty with the fruity pebbles.
Who doesn’t like rice crispies. I already know this is a delicious sweet treat. This is a perfect fun activity children to make.
Definitely saving this to do with my little humans next weekend!
childhood dreams and still so tasty!
OMG these look so yummmmy
Wat a fun treat! My son will love this for sure. Beautiful colours, such a vibrant dessert.
Wow my kids would go nuts for this! Can’t wait to try it!
What a colourful delight! I am sure kids will gonna love this treat!
Ooh yes for the cocoa pebbles idea! I don’t think I’ve seen fruity pebbles before but I do love a Rice Krispie treat so might make some now I’ve seen how easy it is!
I had Rice Krispy Treats for the first time in YEARS at a party over the holidays. Tasted just as good as I remember. They were definitely the hit of the party. This variation is fun, festive and would be a crowd pleaser for the kid in all of us!
~ Cassie | letsgrowmom.com
I make a version of these and they are always a hit! The flavors are amazing!
I like the version you created here! It brings me so many memories from my childhood. Thank you for sharing!!
I really enjoy Rice Krispy Treats. I usually buy them at the store, but I’m going to try making them at home. Thank you for the recipe.
Looks absolutely delicious!
I want some too!
Definitely going to try this with my daughter! I have to be honest, I’ve always steered away from marshmallow fluff because it stuck to the bowl/mixer. Never thought to try cooking spray! This is a great and simple project it seems. Thanks!
my daughter keeps asking for these rainbow treats1
This is just the recipe I needed for this weekend, we have a children’s party to attend and have been asked to bring something tasty. I’m sure the kids are all going to go crazy over these!