Here is a tasty campfire dessert that is derived from s’mores and banana boats. These S’more Banana Boat Waffle Bowls easily be adapted to suit different tastes.
The next camping recipe I want to share with you is done directly on the campfire in foil. No dutch oven needed! It’s a gooey mixture of s’mores and banana boats.
S’more Banana Boat Waffle Bowls
Collect the following ingredients for this tasty campfire dessert: waffle bowls, chocolate chips, marshmallows, bananas, and peanut butter. You will also need foil to wrap it all in.
Cut off about a 10″ piece of foil. Place a waffle bowl on top of the foil Place sliced bananas in the bowl.
Smear some peanut butter on top of the banana slices.
Sprinkle on chocolate chips and mini marshmallows.
Wrap the bowl in foil and stick it on some coals in the fire. I shared coals with the fellow campers who were roasting their marshmallows.
The photo below isn’t very pretty, but let me tell you…it was FABULOUS! The only thing I would change is to cook it just a little longer because I love it crispy! I think I cooked it about 10 minutes. The cooking length will depend on how hot your fire is. It was really wet and rainy this day I made this, so it could have used a little longer. I recommend using your nose to determine when it’s done!
It would be very easy to vary this recipe by adding in different fruit or toppings. The S’more Banana Boats can even be made in a waffle cone instead of a bowl. What would you put into yours?
- waffle cone bowls
- peanut butter
- chocolate chips
- mini marshmallows
- Cut off about a 10" piece of foil.
- Place a waffle bowl on top of the foil.
- Slice banana and place it in the waffle bowl.
- Smear some peanut butter on top of the banana slices.
- Sprinkle chocolate chips and mini marshmallows into the bowl.
- Wrap the bowl in foil and stick it on some coals in the fire.
- Cook for 5-10, depending on the heat of the fire. When you start to smell the chocolate, it's usually done.
This post first appeared on Diana Rambles on 1 Sept 2013