Fun, colorful and delicious, this Air Fryer Fruity Pebbles French Toast is a great breakfast! Affordable, kids love it and it's simple to make!
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We love everything Fruity Pebbles at our house and make recipes with them quite often. One of our favorites is Fruity Pebbles krispy treats. I served them for a Birthday BBQ this summer and they disappeared so fast. We used the recipe found on the back of the bag.
Since those were such a hit, I knew this French toast would be another favorite!
I'm obsessed with my air fryer and love to make breakfast with it.
The air fryer makes this French toast crispy on the outside and soft in the inside. I love the sweet and crunchiness from the Fruity Pebbles on the outside and whipped cream is the absolute perfect topping.
Kids think this is so fun and delicious. They absolutely love it for breakfast, and sometimes we do it for breakfast for dinner too.
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- granulated sugar
- vanilla extract
- Fruity Pebbles
- whipped cream
How to make:
Scroll down to the printable recipe card for measurements and instructions!
- You may have to cook these in two batches depending on the size of your air fryer.
- Store leftovers in an airtight container for up to two days. This is best reheated in the air fryer.
More colorful recipes you may like:
- Frozen Candy Jello Grapes
- Fruity Pebbles Hot Cocoa Bombs
- Rainbow Swirl Sugar Cookies
- Rainbow Popsicles
- How to Make Rock Candy
- Rainbow Veggie Skewers
- Circus Animal Cookie Bark
You can add or substitute with these ingredients:
- use Cocoa Pebbles instead of Fruity Pebbles
- use half and half instead of milk
- skip the sugar in the egg mixture
- use coconut or almond milk instead of regular
- use halved rolls or croissants instead of bread
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Kitchen equipment and supplies you may need:
- Ninja AF101 Air Fryer
- CORELLE Livingware Winter Frost White 2-qt Serving Bowl
- OXO Good Grips 2-Piece Silicone Whisk Set
- OXO Good Grips 7-Piece Nesting Measuring Beaker Set
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as our family did!
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Air Fryer Fruity Pebbles French Toast
- 2 large eggs
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 cup crushed Fruity Pebbles
- 4 slices of bread
- whipped cream for topping, optional
- Prepare your air fryer basket with a light coating of oil or butter.
- In a medium sized shallow bowl, whisk eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla together.
- In another shallow bowl, place crushed Fruity Pebbles.
- Dip each slice of bread in the egg mixture, making sure each side is coated.
- Next, place the slices of bread in the crushed Fruity Pebbles, making sure both sides are completely coated.
- Place your bread in your greased air fryer basket. Be sure that bread is not touching. You may have to cook these in two batches depending on the size of your air fryer.
- Air fry at 350 degrees F for 4 minutes. Flip and air fry for an additional 3 minutes or until French toast is done.
- Serve topped with whipped cream.
Store leftovers in an airtight container for up to two days. This is best reheated in the air fryer.
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