I have to admit I am a lucky mom, my kids are not fussy eaters. The eat just about everything and love the food I cook for them. When I create a new recipe they are my biggest critics, and 100% of the time I get a solid thumbs up which makes me happy. But when you get not just a thumbs up but also a happy dance, and a chant full of joy you know you’ve really knocked it outta the park. And that’s what happened when Little L tried these strawberry pops. I mean what is not to like? Juicy strawberries, check! Sweet white chocolate, check! Colorful and full of fruity flavor cereal, check! This recipe is a winner.
I used Fruity Pebbles as it is one of my childhood favorite cereals. I remember how I loved seeing its vibrant color in my morning bowl of cereal. I now serve it to Little L because its fruity taste gives energy and can spark creativity, which is perfect to kickstart anyones the day.
What’s best about this recipe, is how easy it can be made. It calls for just three ingredients and can be ready in no time.
Add a lollipop stick or paper straw to each strawberry and dip them in melted white chocolate.
Sprinkle them with crushed Fruity Pebbles and you will all set to go.
Let them rest for a few minutes until the melted chocolate dries out and enjoy!
This recipe is a guaranteed hit with kids but also it will be very popular with anyone that tries it. I am actually thinking of making it again for a girls night get together I am planning soon.
Look at that delicious treat.
- 25 strawberries, dried
- 10 ounces high quality white chocolate or white candy melts
- 2 cups Fruity Pebbles Cereal, crushed
- Remove the stem off each strawberry and stick a paper straw or lollipop stick in the center without going all the way through.
- Melt the chocolate over low heat using a double boiler or microwave.
- Completely dip the strawberries in the melted chocolate, turning it around to allow excess to drip off.
- Sprinkle crushed Fruity Pebbles to cover the chocolate layer and place it on wax paper as you continue to work with the remaining strawberries.
- After a few minutes the chocolate will dry and they will be ready to enjoy.
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