My Sunday mornings as a child were always set aside for cartoons and big bowls of Fruity Pebbles. With their bright colors and sugary flavor, they were the best cereal to eat as a kid.

Growing up should be postponed for as long as possible, so here are nine recipes to incorporate oh-so-colorful Fruity Pebbles into. Say goodbye to simple bowls of cereal and milk, Fruity Pebbles are ready for anything. 

1. Fruity Pebbles Pancakes

cream, cake, sprinkles, ice, chocolate
Jayna Goldstein

Cereal and pancakes are two of the best breakfasts around, so why not combine them to make some killer pebble pancakes? Don't forget the fruity pebble frosting, it's insanely necessary.

2. Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream Sandwiches 

candy, chocolate, cake, cream, sweet, cookie, sprinkles
Phoebe Melnick

These tasty ice cream treats are super simple, and will please anyone and everyone. Make the krispies, buy the Blue Bell, and you're good to go. 

3. Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie Treats

cereal, cake, corn
Phoebe Melnick

A rice krispies treat can really do no wrong, so this Fruity Pebbles version is doing all kinds of right. Use the same recipe as your original rice krispies treats, but add in your favorite childhood cereal instead.

4. Fruity Pebbles-Stuffed Doughnuts

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Ashley Peek

Donut porn has surpassed yolk porn quickly, so are we really surprised that this beautiful creation was already made? Sweet sugary donuts covered in icing, then dipped into a crunchy pile of fruity pebbles? Give me one now

5. Sweet and Salty Fruity Pebbles Covered Pretzels 

Just because Fruity Pebbles might be one of the sweetest cereals on the market doesn't mean you can't satisfy that salty craving. Dip your favorite pretzel in some chocolate and Fruity Pebbles, and voila.

6. Fruity Pebbles Chicken and Waffles

cake, sweet, chocolate, pastry, candy, cream
Kristi Cook

Don't knock it before you try it, because I promise you it will be totally worth it. The combination of chicken and waffles mixed with colorful cereal flakes makes a for a filling breakfast.

7. Fruity Pebbles Cookies

Basically a funfetti cookie, but with a satisfying crunch from the cereal throughout. These Fruity Pebbles cookies are easy to make, will definitely appeal to kids, and are better then the Oreo version.  

8. Fruity Pebbles Breakfast Popsicles 

Finally, something that is somewhat healthy and not dessert. These breakfast popsicles are made with fruity pebbles, Greek yogurt, and milk, and are perfect for on-the-go mornings. 

9. Fruity Pebbles Milkshake

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Oh Buzzfeed and your wonderful, outlandish ideas. These boozy Fruity Pebbles milkshakes are awesome for those nostalgic nights with friends and taste like heaven. Not to mention these are awesome for those of us who don't love chocolate. 

Now that you know cereal doesn't have to be so basic, go out, grab the necessities, and get started.