Campfire Roasted Banana Boat !

This is a delicious treat to have when camping or even just having a bonfire outside in your backyard! With these simple and easy steps you will shortly have one delicious chocolaty treat.

Things you will need:

  • Chocolate Chips
  • Marshmallows
  • Cinnamon
  • A Banana
  • Tin Foil
  • Access to a Firepit

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Step 1: Cut Your Banana...

You want to start off your treat by cutting your banana down in the center. Make sure you don't completely cut down to the other side. You want to cut the peel of the banana and the actual banana.

Step 2: Stuffin' Time!

Get out your marshmallows & chocolate chips. I used Hershey's milk chocolate chips and white chocolate. I also lightly sprinkles some cinnamon into the banana.

Step 3: Tinfoil Time!

Wrap up banana in tinfoil. Make sure the whole banana is covered in tinfoil or it might burn and turn black.

If you are worrying about the tinfoil burning, don't worry tinfoil is fireproof.

Step 4: Fire It Up!

Start your fire up and put in your banana. Leave it in there for 5-7minutes. You want the marshmallows and chocolate chips to melt into a yummy gooeyness.

Step 5: All Done!

When the tinfoil cools down unwrap the banana and eat the banana with your hands or a spoon!

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    4 years ago

    You should also try cutting the top of an orange hollowing it out and put muffin mix inside. Put the top on and wrap it up in tin foil. I've done the banana thing but I use a flake instead. Nice instuctable though.

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    Looks delicious! And easy to make at a campfire, just scoop it out with a spoon or do as my son would do, and just use his mouth. ?


    4 years ago

    Wow amazing