I know it’s not quite Christmas yet, but I have New Year’s Eve on my mind. My cousin is getting married. I’m the Maid of Honor (technically Matron, but not loving that word) and Bodhi is a ring bearer. Two years ago I put together a quick last minute kid party in the neighborhood, and although that isn’t happening this year, I still thought that sharing a fun, super easy and inexpensive idea was necessary! I’m excited to be working with Post Fruity Pebbles on today’s fun and easy colorful treat.
Although the idea of straight up Fruity Pebbles confetti poppers was attractive, I also really wanted to make something sweet, extra special and of course, edible. But I wanted it to be easy. It’s so easy, in fact, that you could do it in minutes today. No baking necessary.
New Year’s Eve is so much fun with kids and adding kid-friendly snacks makes it extra festive. I made DIY/Store-bought confetti push pops on the fly.
Bodhi was a fan and enjoyed showing off some fun photo booth props because kids plus photo booth props are a winner!
The easiest New Year’s Eve Confetti Push Pops ever
- Post Fruity Pebbles (as the confetti)
- Push pop containers
- Store-bought mini cupcakes. I chose vanilla so the confetti could play the starring role, but these would be delicious with any flavor.
- Take the wrappers off of your cupcakes. You will need two cupcakes per push pop.
- Place one mini cupcake in the push pop container. Using a spoon, push it down and smooth the frosting.
- Poor Fruity Pebbles in. I was generous with them for added color.
- Place another cupcake on top of the “confetti”
- Press down and smooth again.
- Add more fruity pebbles to top it off. Place the lid.
- Repeat for each push pop. You could also add a cute label, but they are pretty festive just as is.
This was such an easy and fun DIY treat.
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