Fruity Pebbles Cookies

Fruity Pebbles Cookies - Triple Chocolate Kitchen

That’s right. Cookies with Fruity Pebbles in them. If you love this breakfast cereal, you’re going to love these cookies.

Now I’m not a fan of fruity pebbles. In fact, I’m not sure if any of us Boyer ladies are a fan of them. But recently a coworker posted these on my wall on Facebook begging me to make them. I told her if she got me a box of Fruity Pebbles and she’d get a plateful of cookies. Needless to say, I have a box waiting for me on my desk within a week. So I got to baking…


We just had our holiday potluck lunch at work (or lucky lunch as we call it) and I brought a huge tray of several types of cookies, including these. Since I’m not crazy about fruity pebbles, these cookies aren’t really my cup of tea. So I gave the rest of the batch to my coworker that requested them. She absolutely LOVED them and even some of my other coworkers who were daring enough to try them enjoyed the cookies.

Fruity Pebble Cookies

VERDICT: If you like fruity pebbles, you’ll like these cookies. If you’re not a fan of fruity pebbles… this might not be the recipe for you. Either way, these defiantly aren’t you’re average cookie and are bound to get attention of your next party!

Fruity Pebbles Cookies

Total Time: 25 minutes

Fruity Pebbles Cookies

That's right. Cookies with Fruity Pebbles in them. If you love this breakfast cereal, you're going to love these cookies.


  • 3/4 cup butter (softened)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 package vanilla pudding mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 1/4 cups flour
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 2 cups Fruity Pebbles cereal


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Cream butter and sugar together. Add pudding mix and blend together.
  3. Add eggs and vanilla.
  4. Combine flour and baking soda together. Slowly add to wet ingredient mixture until combined.
  5. Add white chocolate chips and Fruity Pebbles, stirring in by hand.
  6. Scoop dough onto parchment lined cookie sheets. Bake for 10-12 minutes.



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Jessica is a co-founder here at The PinterTest Kitchen. She also works doing graphic design and marketing for Pine Creek Structures and does freelance graphic work in her free time.

13 thoughts on “Fruity Pebbles Cookies

  1. I have always been interested in making cookies with cereals, I have made some with cream of wheat, rice Krispies, bran flakes and corn flakes. These look even better than anything I have made in the past, so thanks for the new idea!

  2. Not sure this would taste good, but the color is really fun. I could see adding Fruity Pebbles to Rice Crispy treats to make them fun! Love that idea!

  3. Fruity Pebbles isn’t my favorite cereal, but these cookies sound delicious anyhow. I know the grandkids would love them.

  4. I’m not a fan of Fruity Pebbles either but I think this would be great for my story time kids here at the library. Thanks

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