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Favorite Camping Dessert (besides s'mores)

Discussion in 'Food' started by tess pfeif, Aug 18, 2014.

  1. tess pfeif

    tess pfeif Newbie

    What are your favorite camping desserts? I guess you include s'mores, but I'm looking for some more interesting/creative ideas!

    Some of my favorites are....

    Camp Arrowhead Banana Boats (the camp where I used to work's all time favorite)
    -Choclate chips, 1 banana, a few marshmallows,and tin foil are all you need! Wrap them up in tin foil and set them by the the embers for about 5-10mins, or until the chips and marshmallows are fully melted. This is super easy to do and requires little prep/clean up. Just remember to use a fork because it can get messy!

    Grilled S'more Brownie
    -These are a little bit more "high maintenance" than the banana boats, but still very yummy.If you have a cast iron skillet, this is a must try! Place box brownie mix into greased skillet and top with graham cracker crumbs, place chocolate chips on tops (about 2-3 handfuls), enough marshmallows to cover it (remember to leave enough room for them to swell-you can use mini or regular sized marshmallows but avoid the giant ones). Wait until the marshmallows are browned and dig in!

    What some of your favorites? I know dutch oven crisps, pies, and cakes are a favorite but have yet to find a good, easy enough recipe to use while camping!
  2. Profit5500

    Profit5500 Explorer

    I really like the soft and chewy chocolate cookies. I think the cookies and the smores are a delicacy to serve people.

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  4. campforums

    campforums Founder Staff Member

    My favorite is probably chocolate rice krispies. Because there are not really any ingredients that require special treatment other than the butter it makes them a great camp recipe. I usually cook them over the fire in a large pot but any type of camp stove should work just fine also. Then you can eat them right out of the pot with a spoon or in a cup since it might be a bit difficult to spread it on a pan, wait for them to cool and then cut them into squares like you normally would.
  5. Profit5500

    Profit5500 Explorer

    chocolate rice krispies sound tasty. I don't know if there is one with chocolate and peanut butter. I love those treats there many stores that have them on sale.
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