Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles Pudding Pops
Three ingredient pudding pops filled with Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles! These Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles Pudding Pops make an easy and delicious treat!
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Everything about these pudding pops makes me so happy. Not only are they ridiculously easy to make, but they’re also filled with such gorgeous colors from the cereal.
That’s right. Today we’re doing things a little differently around here and it starts with these delicious Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles. Talk about bringing back some childhood memories, right?
I always loved Fruity Pebbles growing up and even though I may be older, I still love them. I may only be just a couple years away from turning 30, but I will never turn down a bowl of Fruity Pebbles. Especially, these Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles.
Not only are they perfect for breakfast, but Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles also have no HFCS, they’re naturally low fat, and a good source of Vitamin A.
While they’re great for breakfast, I love finding different ways to use Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles too. So this past weekend when I was at Walmart, I decided to pick some up and make pudding pops with them!
To make these pudding pops, you’ll gather up your ingredients. A box of your favorite instant pudding mix (I prefer white chocolate or vanilla), some milk, and a cup of the cereal. You’ll mix up the instant pudding and then stir in the cereal. Easy, right?
You’ll pour the mixture into a popsicle mold, insert some wooden sticks, and freeze for a few hours. I usually get about 8 each time I make this recipe.
I had to remove one for taste testing purposes. You know, because I’m a food blogger.
Run a little warm water over the popsicle mold to help release them and enjoy! The cereal does soften in these pudding pops, but still tastes delicious.
The little bites with marshmallows are my favorite part of these pudding pops. I think you’ll love them too. Enjoy!
Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles Pudding Pops
- 1 3.4-ounce box instant white chocolate or vanilla pudding (4 serving size box)
- 2 cups whole milk
- 1 cup Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles
- Add the instant pudding mix and milk to a large mixing bowl and mix until well combined. Add in the Marshmallow Fruity Pebbles and stir until just combined.
- Pour the mixture evenly between the cavities in a popsicle mold, making sure to leave a little room at the top of each one. Insert wooden sticks and freeze for at least 4 hours.
- Once frozen, remove the popsicles from the freezer and run the popsicle mold under a little warm water to help release them from the mold. Serve and enjoy!
Guuurl, I am a few years PAST 30 and I will never turn down a bowl of marshmallow fruity pebbles! 😉 So I am LOOOOVING these pops!! These are SO fun and the colors are gorgeous! Plus any kind of pop I can eat for breakfast is always a win! Pinned! Cheers!
Haha there’s no age limits when it comes to Fruity Pebbles 😉 Thanks, Cheyanne!
These totally count as breakfast, right?! I LOVE fruity cereal and I can just imagine how good these are! My girls would go nuts for them 🙂
Definitely count as breakfast! 😉
So cute and colorful! I could see these being a hit at a kid’s birthday party. Or an adult’s because…I’m a kid at heart. And Fruity Pebbles were one of my favorite cereals growing up.
I love taking cereal and transforming it in delicious ways- these pops look so yummy and they’re so cute 🙂
These look so fun, I love the colours!
These pudding pops look delicious and fun! What a great way to cool off and also enjoy a snack. Thanks for sharing! #client
Thank you, Jesenia!
This is literally breakfast! And it’s breakfast on a stick! How I am loving these pudding pops!!! Marshmallow fruity pebbles and pudding ! This is obviously the best breakfast I will ever have! haha!
Breakfast on a stick! I love that idea, Samina!
These are SO FUN! I love all the bright colors in there and wish I had one in my hand right now 🙂
I think they’re okay to eat at any age! 😉 I think you’d love having a popsicle mold too, I use mine all of the time during the summer!
Wow Danielle, these look so good! What a creative idea, fun and colorful! Great use of the cereal! Pinning!
I have no shame in admitting that Fruity Pebbles is STILL my favorite cereal! I buy it every once in a while and devour the box in no time. I’ve never tried the marshmallow version, though! These pops look so fun and a great way to use this cereal!
I think you’d definitely love the marshmallow version! It’s sooo good!
how cute are these!! I love them Danielle!
While I’m more than a bit over 30 (ahem!), I have some amazing memories growing up eating Fruity Pebbles and watching the Flintstones! These pops are so fun, Danielle — I love all the colors and that pudding!
Thank you, Marcie! 🙂
What a great idea Danielle!! I’m craving a pudding pop right now – especially one with Fruity Pebbles! How fun. 🙂
Can I substitute coconut milk for the whole milk?
Hi, Ashley! As far as I know, regular milk is the only thing that works with instant pudding mix. I’m not sure that it would set up properly with coconut milk.