5 Easy Campfire Treats

This of course was a fun video to make. Who doesn’t like eating?! Our family loves to have campfires, even in the middle of winter, the kids will ask to make a campfire out in the backyard and once the fire is blazing they usually break out the marshmallows or ask if we have a jiffy pop on hand! HAHA! This time we had to prepare a little ahead of time for our treats, but once we had everything bought it was so simple to put it all together.

1. Waffle Cone S’mores

Ingredients and supplies: * Waffles Cones * Marshmallows (small work better) *chocolate chips or bars *other yummy toppings of your choice *tinfoil

Instructions: Pack marshmallows and chocolate and other toppings into the waffle cone and gently wrap in tinfoil. Put on hot coals for a few mins turning a few times. Unwrap and enjoy s’more goodness in a cone!

2. Strawberry S’mores

Ingredients and supplies: * Clean strawberries (works better when you cut the green stem off) * Marshmallow fluff *Chocolate sauce *Roasting sticks

Instructions: Dip your strawberry into the fluff and then stick on your roasting stick. Brown the fluff over the fire and then top with a little chocolate sauce! So delicious!

3. Bannock

For anyone who has never heard of Bannock – its a quick bread made without yeast. In Canada the history of bannock come from the Indigenous First Nations.

Ingredients and supplies:

4 cups all-purpose flour
2 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 ½-2 cups warm water

Roasting sticks, nutella, jam or butter for toppings or hotdogs.

Instructions:

In a large bowl, stir together the flour, baking powder and salt.

Make a well in the middle of the flour mixture and pour in the water, then stir just until combined.

Form dough around roasting stick and cook slowly over hot coals. Or form dough around hotdogs and cook slowly on roasting stick over hot coals.

4. Pizza Pies

Ingredients/supplies: * tube of bisquit dough, *pizza sauce, * pepperoni or ham, *cheese, *other pizza toppings of your choice, *tinfoil, *spray oil, *pie iron.

Instructions: Cut tinfoil into appropriate size to cover pie iron. Spray with oil. Take one piece of bisquit dough and flatten to make a larger circle. Add toppings. Take another piece of dough and place on top and press edges together. Fold tinfoil over the pizza and place it into the pie iron. Place the iron into hot coals. About 5 mins each side. Flipping more than once to avoid burning. What a great meal idea around the campsite!

5. Campfire Pie

Ingredients/supplies: *tube of crescent roll dough, *pie filling, * tinfoil, *spray oil, *pie iron

Instructions: Cut tinfoil into appropriate size to cover pie iron. Spray with oil. Make one square of dough that is about the size of your pie iron. But a few spoonfuls of pie filling on the dough. Take a second piece of dough and place on top and press edges together. Fold tinfoil over the pie and place it into the pie iron. Place the iron into hot coals. About 5 mins each side. Flipping more than once to avoid burning. Enjoy a great little dessert after your pizza!

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