This Fruity Pebble ice cream bowl is made with your sweet tooth in mind

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This Fruity Pebbles ice cream bowl only takes some marshmallows, butter and a microwave to make.

Insta-famous foodie Justin Schuble is the voice behind the account DCFoodPorn, a visual diary documenting delectables from local restaurants like rainbow black and white cookies or a 25-scoop ice cream cone.

Schuble’s TikToK is no exception to the practice, it’s the same hangry-inducing content but in video form. Mouthwatering cookie recipes, candy ransom giveaways and tours of local shops fill the feed.

Last February, Schuble highlighted a visit to Midtown Creamery in Miami. The ice cream shop handcrafts small batches of gourmet ice cream. The foodie provided insight into one of their rather intense desserts: a Fruity Pebbles ice cream bowl.

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FRUITY PEBBLE ICE CREAM BOWL

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To make the unusual treat, first, a worker takes a bowl full of marshmallows and two pats of butter, then microwaves it. Next, Fruity Pebbles are combined into the gooey mixture. The worker puts some of the Fruity Pebbles and marshmallow mix into a second, smaller bowl to mold it into the correct shape. Finally, two scoops of cake batter ice cream are placed inside before it’s topped off with Lucky Charms cereal marshmallows. 

The vibrant and extremely sweet treat racked up 1.3 million views on TikTok. Users were salivating at the hearty dessert.

“It looks so gooooooood,” one person wrote

“OMG, I need to make this,” another said

“Looks good, real gooood,” one user added. 

If you enjoyed this article, you might also want to check out these easy decorating ideas that will make any homemade dessert look gourmet.

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