Campfire Cones are a great summer treat for kids! Use berries to make a Fourth of July theme or use s’mores ingredients for a more classic dessert.
I think I’ve mentioned Sammy’s obsession with anything sweet. We will be staying at a few different campgrounds in the coming weeks and the only thing he needs to know is, Will we be able to make a fire so we can make s’mores? Gotta figure out the important stuff, people! We tried these Campfire Cones last week and OOOOohhhhhh my, were they a hit. I think it’s safe to say that they will replace our standard summer s’mores.
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My boys have asked me countless times to make these babies again. They are cones without ice cream. S’mores in a safe little shell. Berries swimming in chocolate. The desires of your heart stuffed in a cone.
I love the versatility of these and also that people can create their own unique, delicious creations. Set up a Campfire Cones station at your next summer barbecue and you will be the most favorite person of all. You’re welcome!
- 4 waffle cones or waffles bowls
- 4 cups of fillings such as: chocolate chips, berries, marshmallows, maraschino cherries, ice cream toppings, M&M’s, gummy bears, chocolate pieces, graham cracker pieces
- Fill each cone/bowl with ingredients so they are level with the tops (not overflowing). Wrap in foil (spray foil first if using marshmallows as a filling to avoid sticking).
- Place foil packs in a grilling basket and place over a campfire for 5-10 minutes, or until contents are melty. Other cooking methods: grill over medium heat or bake at 350 degrees F for 10 minutes.
- Carefully remove from foil and serve with a spoon!