Fruity Pebbles French Toast

For a kid-friendly brunch dish, try making Fruity Pebbles French Toast! 

Cereal- coated food is one food fad I hope never stops. You can find lots of desserts covered in bright, sweet, and crunchy cereal. Donuts, ice cream, macarons, and cookies are a few treats I've seen. I've even tried some of these, and they were coated or sprinkled in cereal for something extra. Fruity Pebbles French Toast was a brunch item I'd seen online at a restaurant in Chicago and here in Seattle. So I figured since we can't go out to brunch right now because of Covid-19, I'd just make my own.

You can use any French toast recipe you wish, and any kind of bread. I had sourdough in my fridge, so I went with that. I used the Fruity Pebbles French Toast recipe from It was really easy to whip up the egg and milk mixture and then coat the pieces in the Fruity Pebbles. Before I knew it, my slices of French toast were cooking.

The slices looked so fun and bright as they cooked. I halved the recipe since I didn't want to make 8 slices of French toast. After my slices were just a little browned on both sides, I arranged a few slices on a plate and added some non-dairy almond milk whipped cream. Yum! The French toast tasted just a little bit sweet from the Fruity Pebbles, and I could taste a hint of cinnamon from the egg mixture. The whipped cream was also sweet and creamy, and pulled the dish together.

 If you have kiddos that want something different for a weekend breakfast or brunch, or even if you're just a kid at heart, you'll love this French toast!

Fruity Pebbles French Toast

I found the original recipe here on I halved the recipe and substituted regular milk for almond milk.
This is how I made mine.


2 large eggs
1/2 cup almond milk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
4 slices bread
2 cups Fruity Pebbles cereal
1 tablespoon butter


In a shallow dish, whisk together eggs, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon until combined. Working one slice at a time, dip bread until fully soaked, 45 seconds. 

In a separate bowl, add Fruity Pebbles. Transfer soaked bread to Fruity Pebbles and press to coat. (Use your hands if necessary.)

In a large skillet over medium-low heat, melt 1 tablespoon butter. Add French toast and cook 3 minutes per side. Repeat with remaining butter and slices.

Serve with whipped cream.


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