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Forget S’mores, Campfire Banana Boats are the New Favourite!

Alright my fellow adventurers, have I got a treat for you! We’ve all got a soft spot for the classic s’mores, but today, let’s shake up your campfire dessert game. Ever tried a Campfire Banana Boat? It’s a luscious, ooey-gooey delight that’s going to win your hearts, hands down.

The Rising Star: Campfire Banana Boats

Now, why are Banana Boats nudging out the good ol’ s’mores? Well, they’re easy to make, incredibly satisfying, and the combination of warm, caramelized banana with melted chocolate is a taste sensation that’s hard to beat. Plus, the beauty of this **Campfire Banana Boats recipe** is that you can truly make it your own – more on that later.

The Basics: Ingredients & Tools Needed for Campfire Banana Boats

Let’s get started, shall we? First things first, we’ll need the following:
– Ripe Bananas
– Chocolate Chips or Chunks
– Mini Marshmallows
– Aluminium Foil
As for the tools, all you need is a sharp knife and a campfire! Easy-peasy, right?

The Step-By-Step Guide to Creating Campfire Banana Boats

Step 1: Take a banana, with its peel still on, and slice it lengthwise. Be careful not to cut all the way through; we’re looking to create a pocket for our Banana Boat
Step 2: Open up the banana gently and stuff it with chocolate chips and marshmallows. Go ahead, be generous with your Banana Boat fillings!

Cooking

Step 3: Wrap the stuffed banana in aluminium foil, making sure it’s secure but with a bit of room for the marshmallows to expand.
Step 4: Place the wrapped Banana Boats on the campfire’s coals, and let them cook for about 10 minutes. This can vary depending on how hot your fire is, so keep an eye on it.

Serving

Step 5: Once cooked, carefully remove the Banana Boats from the fire, let them cool for a moment, then unwrap and dive right in with a spoon!

 

Beyond the Basics: Experimenting with Banana Boat Flavours

Here’s where the fun really starts. You can play around with all sorts of fillings! How about some crushed biscuits for a bit of crunch? Or a sprinkle of cinnamon or chilli powder for some heat? My personal favourite is a spoonful of crunchy peanut butter – it adds a depth of flavour that’s absolutely divine.

Making It a Group Activity: Fun for Kids & Adults with Campfire Banana Boats

Preparing these Banana Boats is as much fun as eating them. It’s an interactive activity that everyone can participate in, whether you’re a seasoned camper or a wee one on your first trip. Just remember to supervise the kiddos when it’s time to put the bananas on the fire.

Say Hello to Your New Favourite Campfire Treat: Banana Boats

So there you have it, the Campfire Banana Boat – a versatile, delectable dessert that will elevate your camping experience to a whole new level. These beauties are guaranteed to draw ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ from your camping crew.

Now, it’s your turn to embark on this culinary adventure. I’d love to hear about your Campfire Banana Boats experiences and any creative variations you come up with. Here’s to creating delicious memories under the stars! Stay safe and enjoy your exploration of the great outdoors and its many flavours.

Some Banana Boat Recipe Ideas:

Campfire Banana Boats
Calories: 179kcal
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
These Banana Boats are stuffed with your favorite toppings, wrapped in foil, and cook right over your campfire for an easy, no-mess dessert!

Ingredients

Classic Banana Boat

  • 1 banana
  • 2 tablespoons milk chocolate ((chopped from bar or chocolate chips))
  • 8 mini marshmallows
  • 1 graham cracker square

Instructions

  • Take a banana with its peel still on and cut it down the middle (along the concave side). Not all the way through, but until the tip of your knife just grazes the peel on the other side. Pull the peel and banana slightly apart.
  • Stuff the chocolate and mini marshmallows (or other fillings, see notes) into the center of the banana.
  • Wrap the banana in foil. Place on a campfire or grill until fillings have melted and banana has warmed through, about 10 minutes.
  • Unwrap banana and top with crushed graham cracker. Enjoy!

Notes

STRAWBERRY HAZELNUT: Banana + Strawberries + Nutella + Chopped Hazelnuts
SAMOAS: Banana + Chocolate Chips + Caramel Sauce + Toasted Coconut
DULCE DE LECHE: Banana + Chocolate + Dulce de Leche sauce + Coconut shreds
VEGAN: Banana + Dark Chocolate + Dandies Mini Marshmallows
PB & C: Banana + Peanut Butter + Chocolate Chips
HONEY GINGER: Banana + Honey + Candied Ginger + White or Dark Chocolate
BANANA SPLIT: Banana + Milk Chocolate + Marshmallows + Cherries
PECAN PRALINE: Banana + Pralines + Dark Chocolate
 

Estimated Nutrition:

Calories: 179kcal (9%)
CourseDessert
CuisineAmerican, BBQ
KeywordBanana, Campfire, Camping Recipes
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