Campfire Banana Boats
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Looking for a delicious and easy summer campfire treat?
Try these simple to make campfire banana boats using chocolate chips and mini marshmallows!
I also added peanut butter chips to mine, but you can definitely customize yours with any additional toppings that sound yummy to your family.
Hip Tip: Use add-ins your family will love! This idea can be so versatile. Here are some fun Campfire Banana Boat topping ideas:
- chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, butterscotch chips
- sliced fresh strawberries, blueberries, raspberries
- graham cracker crumbs
- chopped up chocolate candy bars, cookies, or candy like Peppermint Patties.
- Nutella or peanut butter
Campfire Banana Boats
yield: 1 SERVINGS
cook time: 8 MINUTES
total time: 8 MINUTES
This summer try grilling delicious banana boats using chocolate chips and marshmallows for a fun and easy campfire treat!
- 1 banana
- 1-2 tablespoons chocolate chips
- 1 tablespoon peanut butter chips (*Optional but YUMMY!)
- 2 tablespoons mini marshmallows
- foil wrap
Cut banana lengthwise about 1/2 way through down the center, leaving the skin on.
Open the banana a little to fit chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, and mini marshmallows inside.
Make a “boat” shape with a couple pieces of foil, and place banana on top.
Cover top with foil, and grill over campfire or coals for about 5-8 minutes or until melted.
The result is a gooey delicious treat oozing with melted chocolate and marshmallows! It’s so GOOD!!
You could definitely make this on your BBQ grill at home or also in the oven indoors. To make in the oven, follow the steps below, except bake in the oven at 425 degrees for around 8 minutes or until melted.
Such an easy and fun summer activity with the kids as well!
This is so good!
Let’s be honest! Nobody on their right minds are only going to use 1 tsp of chocolate!!
Agee lol plus the photo def looks like more than a teaspoon.
yes, the picture shows more chocolate than marshmallows, even though the recipe says otherwise.
i also wondered how the marshmallows all across the top got browned when the recipe says cover the top with foil?
Used to make these in girl scouts! They’re amazing!
Awesome! Thanks for sharing 😀
Thanks for sharing!
Oh my! I have some bananas that are getting too ripe. I know what’s for snack tomorrow. Celebrate end of year! Can you believe it, school out already? Geez, time flies! Thanks!
I know! Ours is tomorrow also – crazy! Enjoy your treat!
I remember making these at girl-scout camp over 30+ years ago.
Will try on this years camping trip!
I’m in the same ‘boat’! I remember making these in girl scouts! So many fun memories, maybe I’ll try to make some this weekend. Thanks!!
Cute! Ha – have fun Kiwi!
I remember making these a Girl Scout day camp many years ago! Delicious
So fun -thanks for sharing!