I love everything rainbow and lots of sugar! These rainbow rice krispie treats have both of those! Making treats out of Fruity Pebbles isn't unique, but I wanted to make them anyway and also add in cereal marshmallows and little sprinkles. The results are pretty colorful and delicious!
Check out the video below to see me making the treats!
We're in the test kitchen making rainbow magic. Tune in to see what we're cookin' up!
Posted by Instructables on Friday, May 20, 2016
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Step 1: Supplies
Here's what you need! Change up your proportions and sprinkles to suit your tastes.
- 6c Fruity Pebbles
- 3tbsp Butter
- 4c Mini Marshmallows*
- 3c Cereal Marshmallows + more to sprinkle on top : You can also add in more than 3 cups. It looked like a lot until I mixed in the melted marshmallows, then it didn't look like as much
- Small White Pearl Sprinkles (optional)
- White Sugar Pearls (optional)
Step 2: Preping
Before I made my treats, I mixed up my Fruity Pebbles and cereal marshmallows. I find you'll get an even more even mix if you do it before adding the marshmallows (like I did with my berry rice krispie treats).
Once that's mixed, melt your marshmallows and butter in a sauce pan over low heat. Keep it on the stove until it the mixture is smooth (no more lumps).
Also, spray the pan you are going to put the treats in so they don't stick.
Step 3: Making the Bars
Once your marshmallows are melted and your Fruity Pebbles are mixed, mix them together.
Carefully stir until the melted marshmallow are all incorporated into the cereal mix.
Spread your gooey mix into a greased baking pan. Press it down with a spoon/spatula or wax paper. Once it is all pushed down, top your bars with cereal marshmallows and whatever sprinkles you want. Gently push these down, as well, with the wax paper.
Step 4: Enjoy
Just more fun rainbow-y pictures!
Participated in the
Rainbow Contest 2016