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Campfire Dessert Recipes

July 6, 2023 148 view(s)

Campfire Dessert Recipes

Are you looking for new, exciting dessert recipes for your next camping trip or cookout? Look no further! We've got 3 delicious recipes to share, each of them have just a few ingredients and simple instructions so everyone at camp can take part!


Campfire Orange Cake

 

WHAT YOU'LL NEED:

- Oranges

-Cake Mix (any flavor works, we recommend white or chocolate)

- Eggs, oil, water (follow the cake mix instructions)

- Aluminum Foil

- Knife

- Spoons

- Tongs

DIRECTIONS:

- Make a fire and allow coals to start forming (the coals will cook the oranges)

- Make the cake batter using the instructions on the box

- Cut the top of the oranges off, about 3/4 of an inch 

- Scoop out the middle of the orange and set aside. The orange insides can be eaten as a snack if you'd like. Pro Tip: Leave some of the orange juices in to make the cake moist!

- Fill the hollow oranges 2/3 of the way with mixed cake batter

- Put the tops back on the oranges

- Completely wrap the orange with the top on in foil

- Carefully place the oranges in the fire, on or near the coals to ensure the batter cooks all the way through

- Cook until the batter is completely done. Ours took about 14 minutes. Use the tongs to rotate as needed

- Once the timer goes off, use the tongs to take oranges out of the fire

- Let the oranges cool for a few minutes

- Eat and enjoy!


Campfire Apples

 

WHAT YOU'LL NEED:

- Large apples (we used Gala apples)

- Aluminum Foil

- Knife

- Spoons

- Tongs

- Fillings (all optional): butter, cinnamon, raisins, chocolate, marshmallows, nuts

DIRECTIONS:

- Make a fire and allow coals to start forming (the coals will cook the apples)

- Cut the top off of the apples, about 3/4 of an inch

- Use a spoon to scrape out the apple core. Make sure you only scrape out the space you need for fillings

- Add your fillings (marshmallows, chocolate chips, butter, cinnamon, etc.)

- Place the top of the apples back on

- Completely wrap the apply with the top on in foil

- Carefully place the apples in the fire on or near the coals. The coals will be the best spot to make sure everything melts into ooey-gooey goodness.

- Cook until the apples feel a little soft on the outside. (Ours took about 8 minutes) Use the tongs to rotate as needed

- Use the tongs to take the apples out of the fire

- Let cool for a few minutes

- Eat and enjoy!


Banana Boats

 

WHAT YOU'LL NEED:

- Bananas

- Mini chocolate chips or Reese's Peanutbutter Cups

- Mini marshmallows

- Aluminum Foil

- Knife

- Tongs

- Forks

DIRECTIONS:

- Make a fire and allow coals to start forming (the coals will cook the banana boats)

- Slice a banana the entire length, but don't cut all the way through

- Spread the banana open

 -Fill the opening with your fillings of choice (chocolate chips, marshmallows, Reese's, etc.)

- Completely wrap the banana in foil

- Carefully place the bananas in the fire on or near the coals. The coals will be the best spot to cook through

- Let cook for 4 to 5 minutes. Use the tongs to rotate as needed

- Use the tongs to take the bananas out of the fire

- Let cool for a few minutes

- Eat and enjoy!


If you make any of these campfire desserts, share it with us on Instagram @peregrineequipment

Comment below your thoughts on the recipes or if you have any other favorite campfire desserts!

 

(Photos by: Bridget Miller)

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