Make your next camping trip that much sweeter with these delicious campfire desserts.
Everyone knows that anything and everything tastes better when cooked over a warm campfire surrounded by friends and family. It’s also common knowledge that desserts ALWAYS taste amazing, so why not combine the two? Usually, when people think of campfire treats they think of the classic s’more; this list of desserts takes campfire treats to a whole new level! Why not go far beyond the classic s’more and get a little more adventurous with your campfire desserts?
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1. Campfire Brownies
Who doesn’t love brownies? These campfire brownies may just end up being the best brownies you’ll ever have; have you ever cooked brownies inside of an orange peel? Furthermore, these brownies are gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and allergy-friendly. They’re perfect for your next bonfire! Find the recipe over on Vegetarian Mama.
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2. S’mores in a Bag
This unique take on the classic campfire s’more is perfect for kids; no more sticky hands! Additionally, you can personalize this treat to fit your specific needs by choosing out healthier brands or alternatives to the cookies, chocolate, and marshmallows. They’re sure to become a part of your camping traditions! Find the recipe over on Thirty Handmade Days.
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5. Raspberry S’mores
What a fun take on a classic fireside treat! These raspberry s’mores are made with graham crackers, marshmallows, hazelnut spread, and a homemade raspberry sauce. Don’t worry; the raspberry sauce is actually pretty simple to make. Find the recipe over on Mom Needs Chocolate.
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6. Campfire Banana Boat Chocolate Caramel S’mores
How fun do these treats look? The kids will love to help out with assembling these delicious campfire banana boat chocolate caramel s’mores almost as much as they’ll enjoy eating them. Additionally, they’re quite simple to put together. They’re sure to become a camping tradition in your family! Check out the recipe on Kitchn.