Great Campfire Desserts

You’re out camping with your family or friends and you’ve settled down for the evening in front of a campfire. You have, of course, brought along your Rolla Roasters- the original marshmallow toasting forks- so you pull them out and leisurely cook your dinner over the campfire. You normally have s’mores for dessert but tonight you really want to impress your fellow campers… then you’ll love these made-for-camping recipes. They are fun, easy and kids will love them! And you can always still toast those marshmallows with your Rolla Roasters to make s’mores, because who doesn’t love two desserts?

S’mores Pie

IS'mores Piengredients:

1 package instant chocolate pudding

1 pouch Dream Whip instant topping

1/3 c instant milk powder

6-8 graham crackers

1/3 c miniature marshmallows

2 & 1/4 c water

Before you leave home:

Package the pudding, Dream Whip and milk powder; the graham crackers; and the marshmallows in separate plastic bags.

At camp:

Break up the graham crackers and place them in the bottom of a pan. Pour the pudding mixture into  wide-mouth Nalgene bottle, or sturdy plastic bag, and add 2 to 2 and 1/4 cups of cool water. Close the container tightly and shake until the mixture thickens. Pour the pudding over the graham crackers, top with marshmallows, and let sit for a few minutes before eating. This easy recipe serves 2 to 4 people and is great for kids to help with!

Rolla Roaster tip:

Toast large marshmallows on the fire with your Rolla Roasters and put them on top of the pie.

Stuffed Peaches

Grilled PeachesIngredients:


Toppings: marshmallows, nuts, berries, butter, chocolate chips, cinnamon…

Before you leave home:

Pack ingredients in separate bags. Make sure that the peaches won’t get squished!

At camp:

Slice peaches in half, fill with toppings, and wrap in tin foil. Cook over the campfire or on hot coals for about 5 minutes. Pack ingredients according to number of peach-lovers.

Banana Boats

banana boatIngredients:

2 T miniature marshmallows

2 T chocolate chips

2 T chopped nuts

2 T dried cherries

2 unpeeled bananas

Before you leave home:

Package the ingredients separately in plastic snack bags. Leave the bananas out.

At camp:

Slice the bananas, leaving the skin intact, in half lengthwise. Fill each banana with half of the ingredients and put the two halves back together. Wrap up each banana in tin foil and put them on the hot cols for about 20 minutes. Serves 2.


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