TL's Fruity Pebbles Cookies. The cookies are pretty simple to bake and simply require making a typical cookie batter with a healthy dose of Fruity Pebbles cereal folded in (yes, I said "healthy"). Fruity Pebbles actually smell really delicious while baking. Check out this simple cereal recipe for the BEST Fruity Pebbles cookies.
Really, that one is the only recipe you need because you can make SO MANY other cookies from that one. You can make Celebration Pudding Cookies or add your favorite candies and chips. Or, let your love of kid cereal take the wheel and make them with Fruity Pebbles or Cocoa Pebbles or Frosted Flakes. You can cook TL's Fruity Pebbles Cookies using 9 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of TL's Fruity Pebbles Cookies
- You need 1 1/2 stick of butter.
- You need 1 cup of granulated sugar.
- Prepare 1 packages of instant vanilla pudding.
- It’s 1 tsp of almond extract.
- Prepare 2 of eggs.
- You need 1 tsp of baking soda.
- Prepare 2 1/4 cup of all-purpose flour.
- It’s 2 cup of fruity pebbles cereal.
- Prepare 1 cup of white chocolate chips.
Roll each cookie dough ball in the fruity pebbles that are set aside in the small bowl. Press gently so the fruity pebbles stick and coat the dough ball. These Fruity Pebbles Cookies are every kids dream. These Fruity Pebble Marshmallow Cookies are a super soft and chewy, ooey-gooey cookies loaded with Fruity Pebbles and mini marshmallows.
TL's Fruity Pebbles Cookies step by step
- In bowl cream butter and sugar until fluffy. Add dry pudding mix. Mix well and add almond extract and eggs. Combine well..
- Add baking soda and flour..
- Mix in cereal and white chocolate chips. Preheat oven to 350/degrees F..
- Drop by spoonfuls onto parchment lined sheets..
- Bake 8-10 min..
When it comes to desserts, my level of tolerance is pretty high for cakes and cupcakes- meaning I can stop myself from eating too much. When I first saw this recipe in Bon Appétit magazine, I was a little bit surprised. I don't consider Fruity Pebbles to be in the gourmet, fancy food category that I normally see B. But, as the saying so aptly goes, never judge a book by its cover (or in this case, a title!). As I continued reading the recipe, I realized that it actually really makes sense to use a sweet, crunchy.