14 Scrumptious Campfire Desserts You Need To Make This SummerJune 23, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
If you are someone who loves spending time on a campsite you are going to love these campfire desserts! I honestly had no idea there were this many great ideas. I usually just stick to s’mores but I will definitely be stepping up my camping dessert game!
14 Scrumptious Campfire Desserts You Need To Make This Summer
Campfire Cones – Chocolate chips, marshmallows and your favorite fruit inside a waffle cone is one of my favorite things ever.
Cinnamon Roll Ups – These cinnamon rolls on a stick make the perfect camping breakfast! via Almost Supermom
Campfire Brownies – These are delicious and super easy to make around a campfire. The best part is the kids tossing in their favorite candy on top.
Roasted Strawberries – Dip fruit in marshmallow fluff and roast on the fire. So good! via Camp Dot Com
Eclairs – Make these eclairs right over the campfire! via The Many Little Joys
Apple S’more Nachos – It is exactly what it sounds like and tastes amazing! via This Lil Piglet
Berry Cobbler – Make this right on your grill in your backyard or on a camping trip. via Tablespoon
Campfire Tarts – These look incredible. Toasted biscuits with fruit and whipped cream filling. via Cooking Classy
Reece’s S’mores – What is better than a s’more? A s’more with a Reece’s instead of plain chocolate. via Crafty Recipes
Monkey Bread – One of my all time favorite recipes right over a campfire. via Say Not Sweet Anne
Baked Apples – Filled with cinnamon and granola. via Parents Canada
Campfire Donuts – If you want fresh donuts you can make them right over your fire. via Must Have Mom
S’mores in a bag – Don’t want your hands covered in sticky marshmallow? Make this instead. via A Girl And A Glue Gun
Apple Dump Cake – Bake a cake right on your campfire! via Jill Cataldo
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