Wednesday, November 23, 2011

An insight on which desserts are good for campfire

Cooking by campfire is one of the charm of camping out. Grilled chicken, sausage, beans, soup, etc. are all time favorites. When it comes to campfire desserts and treats S'Mor is a classic choice. These luxurious treats are made with toasted marshmallows on Hershey's chocolate bar, graham crackers sandwiched between the two.

A classic S'Mor tastes great, but they start to get bored when you have two or three consecutive days. Just add some twist to the traditional campfire dessert recipe for innovative ideas. You can mix with small toasted marshmallows, some peanuts, Honey Graham cereal, raisins and of course some chocolate chips. Throw the ingredients in a plastic bag and shake to mix. Serve in cups and enjoy the sweet and crunchy treat.

Campfire marshmallows desserts are not all about it. Many campfire dessert recipes involving fresh fruits like bananas, peaches and apples. Baked apples are easy, tasty and wholesome desserts. They are also easy to prepare. You have a couple of apples, brown sugar, raisins, cinnamon and aluminum foil. Core an apple and place it on a square piece of aluminum foil. Stuff the core of apple, raisins, brown sugar and a pinch of cinnamon. Then wrap the foil around Apple and throw it on the coals to bake. Remove from coal after ten minutes or it can burn. You can use the recipe with Apple fill a variety of other types of fillings. You can try using butter and caramel or whipped cream.

You can also use a combination of different fruits, grains and nuts for healthy treats campfire. Kids love treats such as banana boats, eggs on toast, baked peaches. Making banana boats, should be a part of the skin of the banana-peel back. Make sure you do not completely remove. So crack down on the exposed portion of banana. Gently pull both sides of the groove side and a bag that you can fill with nuts, chocolate chips, peanut butter and marshmallows. You can vary the fillings as per your choice. Then pull the rind of the banana. Wrap banana in foil and cook on the embers. After about ten minutes, remove the bananas from coal. Remove the foil and dig into the hot, sweet, nutty treat. You can bake peaches in the same way as your apples. Pit the peaches and cut them in half. Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over the peaches and wrap them in aluminum foil. So throw on the coals and let them bake for a while. Let cool and remove foil. Enjoy the warm caramel peaches. You can also make a fruit cup by mixing small pieces of fruit such as bananas, melons, grapes, apples, pears, etc. Mix the fruit with some yogurt and serve fresh.

If you look at recipes for campfire meals, make sure to check items such as sticky buns, angel cakes, muffins, campfire, etc. They are easy to make and kids will surely enjoy them. You can even create your own cake on a campfire. For this you have to bring you some canned pie filling. Butter bread and place on a pie iron. Combine it with canned pie filling and place another slice of bread on top with the buttered side up. Close pie iron and let it bake for awhile.

You can find more great bonfire recipes. Spice it by adding your own hands and make sure that all treatments.

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