3 Ingredient Fruity Pebble Bark
I’m not even sure this 3 Ingredient Fruity Pebble Bark can be called a recipe.
More like, if-you-need-a-quick-and-easy-colorful-snack-and-you-have-cereal-then-this-is-what-you-make…..snack.
Since nobody is likely searching the internet for a treat with that kind of description, we shall call it the 3 Ingredient Fruity Pebble Bark instead.
You only need 3 things, hence the name “3 Ingredient”:
12 ounces White Chocolate or White Chocolate Candy Melts
1 cup sweetened coconut
1 1/2 cup of Fruity Pebbles
Sprinkles (optional, therefore not called 4 ingredient)
To assemble the bark, you’ll line a 9 x13 baking pan with wax paper and coat it with a nonstick spray. Set aside.
Combine the Fruity Pebble cereal and coconut flakes in a large bowl and stir until well blended.
Melt your white chocolate. I used Wilton candy melts and added 1/2 tablespoon vegetable oil just to make it pour a little smoother. Add the white chocolate/candy melts to the cereal mixture. Using a rubber spatula (spray it with nonstick spray), gently spread the mixture onto your covered cookie sheet. If you want to add the sprinkles, now is the time!
Place in the refrigerator until solid. About half-hour or so.
Once hardened, peel away the wax paper and transfer your “bark” onto a cutting board. Cut into squares about 2-3 inches.
Serve em’ up for a springtime snack.
Individually packaged in cellophane, they’d go great with this rolling Lemonade Stand for an Easter celebration, too!
Or, a summer lemonade sale. Just a fun, easy and colorful treat that is much too easy to call a recipe. It would be a great activity to do with the kids.
OMGoodness ms. aimee! You had me at coconut! Plus ms. skylar’s birthday party coming up in a month has a lil something to do with rainbows and this my friend, will be a PERFECT (not to mention easy) recipe to do! Thanks for sharing!! I am totally crediting you too – no worries 😉
Oh, Laura they are so easy and they look so festive- they are perfect for Skylar’s party!
Is this sweetened or unsweetened coconut?
Sweetened, but you could use either! I’ll update the post. Boy, that one is from a long time ago. 🙂