September 26, 2017
The banana never tasted so good!
While we were getting ready for our Labor Day camping trip this year, 2017, we decided to try a new desert recipe. We found one on Pinterest from www.thekitchen.com called Campfire Banana Boat S'mores.
I am so glad we found this particular desert, as it is quickly becoming our most favorite camping desert. It is both fun to make and taste out of this world.
Here is a little slide show that shows how we prepared this delicious treat.
The recipe, which you can find here (Recipe: Campfire Banana Boat S'mores), calls for 4 bananas, 12 marshmallows (we used several mini marshmallows instead), 12 squares if dark chocolate, ¼ cup caramel chips and 8 graham crackers.
Our first step was to cut down the center of the banana and spread it open using a spatula.
We then added the graham cracker crumbs, pieces of chocolate and the mini marshmallows.
We then added the caramel chips (we also added some white chocolate chips) and wrapped them in tin foil.
As I mentioned, this was also fun to make. My granddaughter really enjoyed helping; helping eating the chips and mini marshmallows that is!
The recipe then said to put the wrapped bananas in the fire for about 5 – 7 min. We did about 6 min.
We pulled them from the fire and opened them right away, not giving them a chance to cool down too much. The chips and chocolate melted to the banana just perfect. We cut them in have and served them up!
End result, it was both sticky and yummy, just what they are supposed to be. It got my granddaughter seal of approval!
Hope you and your family enjoy this delicious S’more as much as we did.
Please leave a comment and let us know how your S’more turned out.
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