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8 Fruity Pebbles Desserts That Will Have You Shouting “Yabba Dabba Doo!”

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You won’t have to dress up like a space alien or a prehistoric rock star and dupe Fred Flintstone to get your hands on these insanely colorful, highly Instagrammable menu items. Fruity Pebbles are in vogue this season with local bakers, diners, specialty shops, and … well, everyone!

Before you take a run to the grocery store, check out these incredible confections and dino-tastic drinks.

The Snackery

1985 Palmer Ave, Larchmont
914.630.7001
Let’s start you off simple. This tower of flour is a birthday-ready confetti cake on the inside, spread with cereal milk vanilla buttercream and rolled in Fruity Pebbles. The topper is even an edible “splash” of white chocolate!

 

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The Dessertist

50 Maple St, Croton-on-Hudson
914.862.4016
Ramping up our cakes, this beautiful cake is also deceptively simple: In addition to being perfect for any Fruity Pebbles lover, every Dessertist cake can be made to your specific dietary requirements: gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and even vegan!

 

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Mt. Kisco Diner

252 E Main St, Mt Kisco
914.666.5676
The Mt. Kisco Diner is known far and wide for its massive desserts menu — massive both in terms of its breadth and just the sheer size of some of these creations. Not only can you score an extra-large Fruity Pebbles shake, there’s even a Fruity Pebbles cheesecake laden with the cereal inside and out. It’s an off-menu item, so get it while it lasts!

 

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Mixed Enerjy

2101 Boston Past Rd, Larchmont
914.315.1886
Speaking of shakes…. Go big or go home, right? The Fruity Pebbles Supreme from Mixed Enerjy in Larchmont is pretty much a guaranteed blissed-out sugar high. Vanilla ice cream gets an infusion (and topping) of pebbles along with an extra splash of neon color.

 

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Milk N Cookies

270 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck
914.630.7276
And speaking of ice cream…. This place knows its cereals inside and out. With 15 flavors of cereal-infused ice cream, the go-to for Fruity Pebbles comes with the infusion with fresh cereal, white chocolate chips, roasted coconut flakes, and a drizzle of raspberry syrup in a Konery salted blue corn waffle cone.

 

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Side Door Donuts

121 Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont
914.909.5289
Billy and Pete’s has a bit of a secret: If you go early enough on the weekends you can knock on the side door and score delicious homemade donuts and, wouldn’t you know it, Fruity Pebbles just happens to be one of the current options. The mini-doughnuts are deliciously cakey and are iced before getting a colorful sprinkle of the aforementioned pebbles.

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Jay Street Café

63 Katonah Ave, Katonah
914.488.9700
We genuinely cannot wait for Jay Street Café to reopen. Chef Matthew Safarowic (The Whitlock) has made the tough decision to shutter the café for the season, but he keeps teasing us on Instagram with these light and fluffy donuts filled with Fruity Pebbles milk cream and topped with a few more pebbles because why not? We wouldn’t normally feature a donut you can’t get right now but, honestly? We’re hoping that if enough people keep asking for it Chef Matt will put them on The Whitlock’s menu too. 

 

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Drizzle n Dip

Yonkers, Yorktown
Let’s finish with something equal parts decadent romance and sneaking out of bed at 7 to watch cartoons in the living room. These humongous California strawberries are flown in, dipped by hand into rich white chocolate, and rolled in fresh Fruity Pebbles before the chocolate hardens into a delicious candy shell. We still love our pebbles at 27 and we’ll probably still love them at 97!

 

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