Quick and Easy Dessert Recipes Using Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles

Quick and Easy Dessert Recipes Using Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles

This post about quick and easy desserts was made possible with the promotional items provided by POST. My kids eat cereal several times a week and not just for breakfast. When I pull out a box of a special cereal they go wild. Well when they got home from camp this year, I had more than a few boxes waiting for them but a team challenge. Would they be Team Cocoa or Team Fruity. We had to come up with some quick and easy desserts using cereal too.

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I never knew my kids had even had Cocoa Pebbles or Fruity Pebbles before but they already thought they knew which team they belonged to. Instead of letting them totally indulging in these cereals for breakfast I thought I would make some fun kid desserts with Cereal and have them decide which team they belonged to this way.

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First we had some friends over for a SwipeSimonChallenge. What a better way to celebrate summer than with some friends and sweet treats. I made simple cereal bars using both the Cocoa Pebbles and Fruity Pebbles. I made one full recipe using each cereal but just filled half of a 9 x 13 pan with each.

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Truly a fight for the best team.

TEAM COCOA?

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OR TEAM FRUITY?

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Ironically some of the kids changed team when they were incorporated into a sweet dessert.

Cereal Bar Recipe:

  • 5 tablespoons of Butter
  • 6 cups of cereal
  • 1 bag of mini marshmallows.

For dinner one night I thought I would try a fun summer time dessert with cereal. We made Grilled Bananas with Cocoa Pebbles. Because we did them at night on the fire pit I did not get a good photo so using the one from Post Cereal. They were yummy and you could easily change the chips to chocolate chips if there are any peanut allergies.

 

Grilled Bananas with Cocoa Pebbles Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 4 large bananas
  • 1/4 cup Cocoa Pebbles Cereal
  • 1/4 cup Peanut Butter Chips
  • 1/3 cup miniature marshmallows

Directions:
Cut each banana lengthwise about 1/2 inch deep, leaving 1/2 inch uncut at both ends. Gently pull each banana open, forming a pocket. Fill each pocket Cocoa Pebbles cereal, peanut butter chips and marshmallows, evenly divided among the four bananas.
Wrap each banana in foil and grill over medium heat for 4-5 minutes or until marshmallows are melted.

Which summer easy Dessert recipes using Cereal would you like to try?
 

26 Comments

  1. Bookmarked. This is something that I can do with my little cousins. They’d enjoy for sure!

  2. Maybe you can make some in his memory they are soo easy to make

  3. not a real sweet lover though, but chocolates never hurt.. lol.. I’m on the team cocoa !!

  4. Team chocolate! I was rarely allowed to have sugared cereals when I was a kid, much less, make dessert out of them. LOL

  5. I am team chocolate for sure! This looks awesome. Yum.

  6. Holy Moly! looks yummy. Are Cocoa Pebbles gluten-free?

  7. Team fruity all the way!! that’s for sure. We love making all of our cereals into fun snacks like this, esp the leftover ones, it’s a fun recipe for kids to help out with.

  8. seeing those photos made me miss my father in law who loves making this yummy things!

  9. Oh those sound yummy. i think I would be team fruity! Thanks for sharing.

  10. I’ve never made these but they sounds delicious! I’m definitely going to try making them this weekend, thanks for sharing

  11. Oh my goodness, those look dangerously good! I can’t wait to make some with Fruity Pebbles!

  12. I love making these. I like the Fruity Pebbles better. Thanks for sharing.

  13. That is a toss up, I like them both. Depends on my mood!

  14. I belong to team cocoa even though the fruity looks delicious as well! I am in love with the taste of cereals.

  15. Thanks for the ideas. I have to try out the snack bars.

  16. I’d have to go fruity because I do not like chocolate.
    Yup.
    I am a freak of nature who doesn’t like chocolate!

  17. Fruity and cocoa pebble in a bar makes great desserts. It can also be something we can carry as snacks.

  18. I love both of them! I can eat bowls of them all day. haha.

  19. I am a team fruity. Kids love them! Awesome pictures!

  20. That is such a great idea. Fruity Pebbles is one of my favorite cereals.

  21. I would be team fruity. I didn’t realize there were so many ways to eat that type of cereal.

  22. I think I would go for the coco pebbles bars. I love chocolate!

  23. I absolutely LOVE those treats and the kids are so loving it. I’m Team Cocoa! 🙂

  24. I would be team fruity! I have had fruity pebble bars before and always loved them.

  25. my kids do not like these, i do not know why.. i can go either way, whatever is infront of me i can devour..

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