Gluten-Free Fruity Pebble Treats for Valentine’s Day

Fruity Pebble Hearts

Gluten-Free Fruity Pebble Treat Hearts

February begins tomorrow and my house is already decorated with red shiny hearts, my older kids have completed class valentine’s and my four year-old is cutting and pasting each day to complete his valentine’s all on his own.  Yes, I would say Valentine’s Day is in full swing in our house.  We made some Gluten-Free and dairy free Fruity Pebble Treat Hearts to kick off the celebration.  Don’t these make your heart skip a beat?  Too cute.  Enjoy!

Fruity Pebble Treat Hearts:

Gluten-Free and Dairy Free

Ingredients:

1/4 cup vegan margarine

6 cups Jet-Puffed Marshmallows

13 oz. Post Fruity Pebbles Cereal (about 8 1/2 cups) – yes these are gluten-free!

1.  Melt margarine in pan over low – medium heat

2.  Once margarine is melted, add marshmallows to pan and stir constantly until melted together.

3.  Remove mixture from heat and add cereal.  Mix well.  Press firmly into generously greased mini heart shaped pan or into greased 9 x 13 pan and once cooled use cookie cutter to cut out heart shapes.  Wrap leftovers tightly to keep fresh.

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3 responses to “Gluten-Free Fruity Pebble Treats for Valentine’s Day

  1. Cute treats.

  2. Loved this recipe!! Such a great treat for the gluten/dairy free child like my daughter. She is three and had so much fun with these! And they are delicious of course!! I split the recipe in half because I did not need a whole batch. And Vegan butter would surely work for a substitute if your child cannot do butter. Thank you!

  3. Thanks for the gluten-free love babyjune7. So thrilled your little one liked them as much as my 3 kiddos do! ~ Patty

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