Looking for a way to recapture a little bit of your childhood? These Fruity Pebble desserts can help you do that!
I don’t know about you, but I loved Fruity Pebbles as a kid. They were sweet, colorful, and crunchy, and they tasted pretty amazing, too.
These Fruity Pebble desserts are all of those things and more.
They’ll help remind you how much you loved Fruity Pebbles as a kid. Plus, your kids will love them just as much as you do.
They’re also really easy to make! So what are you waiting for?! Let’s get to it!
This no-bake cheesecake is more than delicious, it’s also just plain fun. I mean, look at all those bright colors!
You have every color of the rainbow in a single slice!
The entire crust of this cake is made from Fruity Pebbles and marshmallows. It has the same wonderfully crunchy texture as a Rice Krispies treat.
When you add the sweet-n-tangy filling to it, it’s unbeatable. Every bite is like a fruity taste of heaven.
Speaking of Rice Krispies Treats, that’s exactly what these are. Only, these goodies are made with Fruity Pebbles instead.
The crunchy, gooey texture is just the same.
The only differences are that these are more colorful and fruitier. Just like Rice Krispies Treats, everyone is sure to love them.
This four-layer dessert tastes amazing. It’s light, bright, and just a tiny bit tangy.
However, the taste isn’t even the best part. The texture is what makes them so incredible.
You’ll start with a crispy, crunchy layer at the bottom. Then, there’s a silky smooth Cool Whip and cream cheese layer.
Follow that up with a soft, jiggly strawberry pudding layer. Then finally, add more Cool Whip and crunchy Fruity Pebbles to the top.
Eating this pretty pink treat is sheer bliss. And the light, refreshing flavor is one your whole family will enjoy.
These soft, chewy sugar cookies are tasty enough on their own. Once you load them down with crunchy Fruity Pebbles, they’re extraordinary.
They’re also effortless to make. You can whip them up from scratch in less than 20 minutes.
Additionally, they require fewer than ten ingredients. What’s not to love?
These are similar to the Fruity Pebbles treats above with one primary difference, white chocolate drizzle.
You make these just a bit more decadent by drizzling melted white chocolate chips all over them.
You wouldn’t think it would change them that much, but it does.
The white chocolate makes them sweeter and more indulgent.
These five-ingredient truffles are perfect for special occasions. They’re rich, flavorful, and totally adorable.
You’ll love the slight crunch you get when biting into them. But you’ll love their soft, chewy centers even more.
If you want to try something different, give these truffles a chance.
This colorful, multi-layer parfait is every kid’s dream come true. It features layer upon layer of yumminess.
There’s Greek yogurt, Fruity Pebbles, kiwi, strawberries, and bananas.
It’s an easy way to get your kids to eat more fruit and yogurt. It tastes so good that they won’t even know it’s healthy for them.
Need to jazz up a plain old layer cake for a special occasion? Try adding Fruity Pebbles!
This lovely cake has all the deliciousness of a homemade layer cake. There’s even buttercream frosting.
Fortunately, it looks more exciting, thanks to the brightly colored Fruity Pebbles.
Of course, you can add Fruity Pebbles to the batter and icing of any cake. But if you want an ultra moist, supremely tasty one, give this recipe a try.
You can’t beat an old-fashioned poke cake when it comes to genuinely moist cakes.
Drizzling simple syrup, sauce, or fruit juice into a cake simply transforms it.
Whenever possible, I try to turn any cake into a poke cake. It’s just so good. This one is no exception.
You load it down with sweet simple syrup. Then, you top it with whipped cream and Fruity Pebbles.
That topping and the juicy cake layer together is divine.
This Fruity Pebbles cake is much crunchier than the others on the list. That’s because each layer is overflowing with crispy Fruity Pebbles.
Imagine a layer cake and Fruity Pebbles treats had a baby.
This cake would be their offspring, complete with rich, creamy frosting. Simply put, it’s scrumptious.
These cupcakes are soft, spongy, and moist. However, there’s also a hidden surprise inside each one.
That’s because you’ll add half a box of Fruity Pebbles into the batter. It gives the cupcakes texture and bright pops of color.
Be sure to add more Fruity Pebbles on top of the icing. That way, your guests will get a double dose of fruity yumminess.
These Fruity Pebbles cookies are even softer and chewier than the ones above. You make them with boxed cake mix, so they’re extra light.
Before serving, you’ll also top each one with decadent cream cheese frosting. You can add a few more Fruity Pebbles to the tops if you like.
Either way, you won’t be able to eat just one.
Here’s another standard Fruity Pebbles cake. Its colorful appearance and sweet-n-fruity taste would make it perfect for birthday parties.
Of course, you can make it anytime you like.
And truthfully, once you see how easy it is to make, you probably will. I love fresh, homemade baked goods.
But I don’t love spending a ton of time making them.
This one requires 10 minutes of prep and 30 to cook. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.
Do you prefer ice cream cake to the regular kind? If so, this recipe is the one for you. It’s just as sweet, soft, and fruity as all the others.
However, this one has a cold, creamy layer of Fruity Pebbles ice cream in the center.
The only problem you’ll have with it is brain freeze. It just tastes too good to eat slowly.
It seems like blondies aren’t as popular now as they were when I was a kid. Frankly, I don’t understand why.
I still think they’re terrific. They’re sweet, sugary, and full of vanilla flavor.
Hopefully, this recipe will be the first step to bringing them back.
They’re light and chewy with the bright tanginess of Fruity Pebbles in every bite.
Give them a try. I promise they’ll get you back on the blondie bandwagon.
These cookie bars are over-the-top indulgent. Of course, that’s what makes them so very good. They’re rich, tender, and full of flavor.
The Fruity Pebbles add a bit of contrast to the texture. And the sweet milk icing?
If that doesn’t have you licking your fingers, nothing will. It’s that good.
Fruity Pebbles muffins look like un-iced Fruity Pebbles cupcakes. They aren’t, though. Instead, these muffins are thicker, denser, and much more filling.
They still have all the vibrant flavor you’d expect from any Fruity Pebbles dessert.
Eat them for breakfast, dessert, or a mid-day snack. Either way, they’re a delightful treat.
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