I was given this recipe many years ago by a co-worker. It has been a #1 requested treat at Christmas time. I add 1 c. mixed nuts (minus the Brazil Nuts) and 1 c. mini-marshmallows after adding the Fruit Loops, plus I use more Almond Bark to cover generously.
Nice, quick, and easy, and the little ones love it. May not be the healthiest snack in the world, but I'm making it for Christmas, when splurging is the name of the game. BTW, we did it with almond and vanilla bark, as well as white chocolate. All were eaten.
Our grandson and the neighborhood kids sort of swallowed these whole!!! In otherwords...they loved them. Fun for kids to made also. Thanks for the fun recipe Kathie.
My favorite Holiday treat! We put cashews in ours. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!
What a delightful combination! And so attractive too! My first batch was gobbled up by my family, and they're already begging me to make more! Thanks for such a simple and delicious recipe!
I just love this recipe. It is easy to make and tastes great. I made these for our church bakesale and they were gobbled up. Thank you for sharing.
I made these with my niece and she thought it was great fun. For me they were way too sweet but she likes them. I just can't see eating too many clusters at one time without getting a stomach ache! Maybe next time I could add some peanuts or something to break up the sweetness.
My family LOVED this recipe. It was fruity and had a great texture. Loved them loved them loved them!!!
I had to bring a "fruit loop" treat for my son's preschool and remembered this recipe. Colorful, super easy, and kids love it. Can also be dumped out on waxed paper and broken into pieces. Would be really cute for a bake sale or kid's birthday party. Thanks, triviacat, for posting!
Simple enough to make. Looked cute, but no one cared for the taste. My husband was the only one in the house that would eat them. Maybe next time I will try with Franken Berry (Strawberry)cereal and regular chocolate. Chocolate and strawberries usually go well together.