This week I am hosting dessert!
Stuffed banana's are a great way to get your kids involved in the dessert making process. Our kids thought this was great as they could help assemble and put the topping in themselves. It is also a very simple dessert that doesn't take a lot of work and tastes great and not heavy on the tummy at the end of a long hot day.
Banana's fresh ripe yellow banana's
1 bag of chocolate chips
1 bag of sweetened shredded coconut
1) Take a banana and cut the inside of the banana as the picture shows on the right. Gently peel back the banana peel careful not to remove it from the banana.
2) Cut the banana in half while in the peel and be careful not to puncture the banana peel on the other side.
4) Wrap the banana in the aluminum foil and place onto the campfire for 5-7 minutes. You want to rotate your banana in the campfire every 2 minutes to make sure that the cooking is even on the banana. Once the banana is off of the campfire let it cool for about 2-3 minutes so that the foil is easy to handle without getting burned.
5) Foil is cooled start to unwrap your banana and remove the top piece of peel. Take a spoon and DIG IN!
Love Biscuits and gravy at home and would LOVE to enjoy them while away on your camping trip for breakfast. Better Batter has mastered this great recipe campfire biscuits and sausage gravy
Do your kids get hungry often and need a lot of easy to pack non-refrigerated snacks while camping? Angela has a great list of non refrigeratred snacks to pack for yourself or your little one's.
Meatloaf is a comfort food that we all love to take with us and this easy dutch oven recipe from Sarah she makes camping comfortable.