Fruity Pebble "Cookies"


Happy Thursday, peeps! 

How is your week going so far? It's about to get a whole lot better with these amazing little "cookies"  I made! In honor of "throwback Thursday," I truly went back to my childhood and made a dessert out of something I ate every. Single. Day. I kid you not. Growing up I had this cereal for breakfast, lunch and dinner. My blood was probably 60% fruity pebbles. 


So here I give you: fruity pebble "cookies" with a white chocolate drizzle. In high school when I started baking, I discovered that white chocolate and fruity pebbles go extremely well together so I had to drizzle some on these! Give them a try. I know you'll love them!! 



3 Tbsp Salted butter

17 squares of the S'mores style Marshmallows

6 Cups fruity pebbles

1/2 Cup white chocolate chips for the drizzle (optional) 




 1. In a medium saucepan, melt together the butter and marshmallows until there are no lumps. Stir often so it doesn't burn!

2. Once smooth, add the fruity pebbles and stir until completely coated in marshmallow mixture. 

3. Let cool for a minute or two. Using an ice cream scoop or a large spoon, scoop up whatever size balls of fruity pebbles you'd like and drop onto a non-stick surface. Let cool for a minute then shape with your hands into whatever shape you'd like.  

4. Once completely cool, melt the chocolate chips in a bowl and place in a small plastic sandwich bag. Cut a small hole off of the a corner of the bag and drizzle chocolate onto "cookies." Let cool and enjoy! 


Note** I used the recipe on the back of the marshmallow bag for regular rice Krispy treats but I used Fruity Pebbles instead.