7 Campfire Dessert Recipes

7 Campfire Dessert Recipes

Enjoy these camping desserts on your next vacation or at your next bonfire.

7 Campfire Dessert Recipes

Camping is a great opportunity to get outside as well as connect with nature and with oneself, but it does change your cooking options for the duration that you’re away. This list of 7 Campfire Dessert Recipes will open your imagination to all the dessert options you have even when you’re cooking over a flame or some coals.

Starting with campfire desserts on a stick, this list contains some new ingredients to add to your classic s’more. Combine all three to create what will be a wacky, entirely new dessert!
 
But there’s recipes here besides s’mores as well. Bring your camping Dutch Oven and try the cobbler, or keep an eye out for two healthy fruit options.

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Chocolate Covered Strawberry S'mores

Add a little something special to your s'more by putting a layer of sliced strawberries and some extra chocolate between the Graham crackers. From the first bite, you'll see how a little change can go a long way. And this way, you can pretend you're being healthy while on vacation!

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Chocolate Covered Strawberry S'mores

Honey Grilled Peaches made with Eastern Shore Honey

Cook these peaches on a grill over the fire for a more natural alternative to marshmallow desserts. The recipe suggests serving with ice cream or vanilla yogurt, but if you haven't got those at your campsite, these peaches taste great on their own.

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Honey Grilled Peaches made with Eastern Shore Honey

Grilled Caramel Bacon S'mores

Since bacon makes everything taste better, try this recipe that combines bacon made on the grill with sweet caramel, chocolate, and marshmallows. If you're willing to try fun new food combinations, you'll find this new way to eat bacon exciting and delicious.

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Grilled Caramel Bacon S'mores

Honey Glazed Grilled Fruit Kabobs

If peaches aren't your style, try these fruit kabobs that you grill over the fire. Also sweetened with honey, this fruit will satisfy that craving for sugar while still being on the healthy side. If you don't like the fruit they suggest, go ahead and switch it out for your favorite...as long as it will stay on the kabob!

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Honey Glazed Grilled Fruit Kabobs

Colorful Halloween S'mores with Peeps

Celebrate the last camping trip of the year with these Halloween s'mores. Or, if it's closer to a different holiday, see if you can find the corresponding Peeps for a year-round celebration. But it doesn't even have to be a holiday for you to use a Peep or colored marshmallow. Just pick your favorite color and enjoy your personalized s'more.

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Colorful Halloween S'mores with Peeps

Dutch Oven Blackberry Campfire Cobbler

Other than a s'more, campfire pies and cobblers are the quintessential camping dessert, so make this delicious campfire dessert recipe next time you break out the tents. If you've never had a campfire cobbler before, you'll immediately see why people love this fruity dessert. 

Notice: This recipe uses a camping Dutch Oven.

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Blackberry Campfire Cobbler

Electric Skillet Oatmeal Cookies

This is a specific situation, but if you've brought your electric skillet with you, you can make these oatmeal cookies while everyone sits around the fire. No one expects to get warm cookies while camping, so shake up the regular campfire dessert scene with this easy recipe.

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Electric Skillet Oatmeal Cookies

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