These aren’t your typical Fruity Pebble Treats–they are even better! Instead of making them into rice crispy treats, you make them into crunchy clusters by mixing them into melted white chocolate. This recipe is similar to one of my all-time favorite childhood treats, Rainbow Clusters. And I am telling you, your kids (and you) are going to love these.
I called them unicorn poop, and one of my kids was adamant that they couldn’t be unicorn poop because unicorn poop is more like a rainbow swirl…”Okay, unicorn poop police…”
But, seriously, how cute would these be at a unicorn-themed party or a rainbow-themed party?
The best part: they are insanely easy to make. I am ALL ABOUT a low-maintenance party treat.
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Step-by-step pictures How to Make Fruity Pebble Treats
Frequently Asked Questions and Tips about Fruity Pebble Treats
Do I need to use name brand or will Generic/store Brand cereal be okay?
Generic/store brands will be fine in this recipe. As you can see from the picture, I used Malto-Meal, and they turned out great.
Is it better to use white almond bark or WHITE CHOCOLATE CHIPS in this recipe?
Either one will work great! If you use almond bark, you do not need to add the tsp of canola or vegetable oil.
What is the best way to scoop the cookies out if you don’t have a cookie scoop?
If you do not have a cookie scoop, just use two spoons to scoop them out in the desired size. I prefer 1 1/2-tbsp to 2-tbsp-size clusters. To do the spoon method, use one spoon to scoop up the mixture, and then use the other spoon (turned backward) to help guide it off the spoon and onto the parchment paper or lined cookie sheet.
What do I do if my chocolate seizes?
Unfortunately, there isn’t anything you can do to bring it back to life if your chocolate seizes. The best way to avoid that is to use a double boiler. If you don’t have one, no worries. Just put a metal bowl over a small pot of simmering water. The pot only needs about an inch or two of water in it. Stir fairly constantly to keep the chocolate warming evenly. Using almond bark is another great way to avoid seizing. I always melt mine in the microwave 30 seconds at a time (stirring in between) and have never had it seize.
- Prepare a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, a Silpat liner, or wax paper, and set it aside before starting to melt the chocolate.
- Use a makeshift double boiler to melt chocolate if you don’t have a real double boiler. (Read the above section for details on how to do that.)
- Use a cookie scoop to make uniform cluster shapes. I like the 1 1/2 tbsp size.
- Work quickly to scoop out the cluster so the chocolate doesn’t begin to set up.
- Let treat clusters cool completely before serving.
- Keep leftovers in an airtight container in a cool place.
Such a fun treat and/or party snack! This will be a recipe you use again and again because it is so fun and soooo, soooo easy!
- 1 (12 ounce) bag of white chocolate chips or 12 ounces of white almond bark
- 1 tsp vegetable or canola oil
- 3 cups Fruity Pebble Cereal
- Prepare a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, a Silpat liner, or wax paper and set aside.
- Use a double boiler or microwave to melt the chocolate chips or almond bark. Add 1 tsp of canola or vegetable oil to the chocolate chips. (If using almond bark, you do not need to add the oil.)
- Once the chocolate is melted, add the Fruity Pebbles Cereal. Stir until well combined.
- Quickly use a cookie scoop or two spoons to scoop out the mixture into uniform clusters on the prepared cookie sheet.
- When finished, allow the clusters to cool completely before serving.
- Keep leftovers in an airtight container in a cool place to keep them from melting.