S'mores- Upgraded! My friend and I were texting this weekend about our obsession with S'mores. She texted that she had made one with a Caramilk and it was delicious. I had access to Reese's Peanut butter cups, which was so delicious in S'more form.
For a basic S'more, you place a piece of chocolate on a graham wafer, add a fire-roasted marshmallow, and top with another graham wafer. To upgrade, you can swap out your piece of chocolate for any chocolate confection that you would like. I would suggest using something that is fairly flat and that will melt, to obtain gooey perfection!
Bush Pies These little guys are the most versatile camping food that I know. I should have snapped a photo of this one, but, you know, the toddler was needing attention and I was HUNGRY! Ha ha!
We own a bush pie iron which is what you use to make these bush pies over the fire. You need 2 slices of bread. Spread butter on 1 side of each of your bread slices. Place the bread in the iron, butter side down. This is where things get creative! The possibilities for bush pies are endless! You toast the bush pie in the fire, until the sides of the bread are golden and crisp. (Think grilled cheese...)
I like to make pizza bush pies for lunch. We put pizza sauce, ham, sausage, mushrooms, peppers and cheese in our pizza bush pies. They were soooooo delicious! Yum!
For desserts we put a spoonful of pie filling in our pies. Cherry is my absolute favourite. Hubby likes blueberry. I like to shake a little white sugar on the pie before I devour it. It is so good!
Hot Chocolate with a Roasted Marshmallow It was rainy and cool on our first day at the cabin and I needed something to warm me up. Normally, I really enjoy marshmallows on my hot chocolate. I also love eating roasted marshmallows. I decided to blend the best of both worlds. It just made sense! The end result was delicious and super yummy. I would definitely recommend trying it.
What are your favourite camping treats?