Sm'nanas | Campfire Cooking

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S'mores are a staple dessert for any bonfire meal - but did you know there's a 'healthier' way to enjoy these marshmallowy treats? Skip the graham crackers and eat a sm'nana!

Sm'nanas can be made with any type of chocolate and your favorite size of marshmallow. I've also made these sm'nanas with peanut butter chips and mini peanut butter cups. No matter what you use, they are guaranteed to be delicious.

I cooked my sm'nanas open face on a preheated cast iron grill over an open fire. Just let the sm'nanas cook until the marshmallows have puffed up and the chocolate has melted.

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Sm'nanas

  • Number of Servings: 2
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
Sm'nanas | Campfire Cooking

Ingredients

  • 3 bananas
  • 1 cup mini marshmallows
  • ½ cup chocolate chips

Mouth Feel

Salty
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Instructions

  1. Preheat a cast iron grill over an open fire for about two hours.
  2. Create a foil sheet that is wide enough to hold three bananas. Remove the bananas from their peels and arrange in the center of the foil sheet.
  3. Pour the marshmallows and chocolate chips over the bananas. Fold the edges of the foil up to contain the ingredients, then place the packet on the preheated grill for five to ten minutes - until the marshmallows have puffed up and the chocolate has melted. Enjoy!
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