Thursday, June 20, 2013

Campfire Banana Boats!

Campfire Banana Boats!

This is a great summer time recipe because it's made on the grill or campfire! But this can also be made in the oven! I loved this and will be making it many more times because I want to experiment with lots of different toppings! The possibilities are endless! The main toppings are marshmallows and chocolate chips! Then just add whatever else you like!

I love how the banana meat becomes soft and the toppings get all gooey and melted! Just dig in with a spoon and enjoy! But don't eat the banana peel...yuk! Here are the 2 different toppings I used! Sliced almonds in the top photo and peanut butter in the bottom photo! Both were equally yummy!

Campfire Banana Boats!

I found this recipe on it was called 'Campfire Banana Splits', but I'm calling them 'Banana Boats' because that's what they look like! This is a 'must try' recipe!

Campfire Banana Boats!
Banana Boats

Mini Marshmallows
Mini Chocolate Chips

Other Toppings Suggestions:
Sliced Almonds or other nuts
Peanut Butter
 Maraschino cherries
M & M's
Favorite Candy Bars - chopped

Heat grill to medium.
Oil or spray a piece of tin foil with non stick spray. The foil should be large enough to completely cover the banana.
Cut banana lengthwise but do not go all the way through the other end.
Lay the banana on the tin foil.
Fill the banana with mini marshmallows, sprinkle with mini chocolate chips,
then top with other toppings of your choice.
Fold up the tin foil covering the banana completely.
Place on grill or in campfire with filled side facing up and cook for
 about 5 minutes, just to melt chips and marshmallows.
When cool enough to handle, unwrap foil and eat banana boat with a spoon! not eat the banana peel!



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