Fruity Pebbles Coffee Creamer Sounds Absolutely Yabba Dabba Delicious

Fruity Pebbles coffee creamer is the morning pick-me-up we all need.

Coffee creamers used to come in just one flavor—milk, and that was it! We’ve moved past the dark ages, though, and coffee creamers can be found in all stripes, from Elf coffee creamers inspired by everyone’s go-to Christmas movie to indulgent Milk Chocolate M&M’s coffee creamer to creamers inspired by breakfast favorites like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Keeping in line with the breakfast cereal theme, we’ve found out that the best new thing is almost here and it’s based on a favorite childhood cereal: Fruity Pebbles!

What Are the Creamers Like?

For the 50th anniversary of Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles, Post and International Delight have teamed up to create a coffee creamer based on the well-loved breakfast cereals. The cocoa version is reminiscent of rich chocolate milk and comes with Betty and Barney Rubble on the package, while the fruity creamer is in a bottle with Fred and Wilma Flintstone on the front and tastes like a sweet all-in-one mix of cherry, lemon and orange.

If you like the milk that’s left at the bottom of the bowl after you finish eating cereal, you’re going to love these! They’re certain to perk up a cup of morning joe, and we won’t tell if you’re tempted to add a splash to a bowl of cereal.

Where Can I Get Them?

Unfortunately, these creamers won’t be available until January 2021, but when they finally hit the shelves they should be available at Walmart and most other national retailers. Each creamer will cost around $3.29 a pop, which is a bargain for all of this fruity (and chocolatey) flavor!

We’re looking forward to trying Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles coffee creamers. In the mean time, though, it’s worth learning how to make your own coffee creamer for the ultimate in customization.

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Krista Garcia
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