Campfire Roasted Banana Boats with Peanut Butter & Chocolate

Camp fire bananas

Warm Camp Fire Bananas Smothered with Peanut Butter & Chocolate

Campfire Roasted Banana Boats are a great way to change up the traditional marshmallow, chocolate and cracker treat so many kids enjoy in the summer. My kids enjoyed preparing and eat it. I love it because there is a touch of sweetness combined with nutrition keeping it simple and wholesome. Below is an easy recipe that can be used on your next camping trip or on your grill in the backyard.

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Fire Roasted Banana Boats: better than smores and a great summer treat
 
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Recipe type: Healthy Treat
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • banana
  • 1 tbsp. all natural peanut butter (no salt and no sugar)
  • 10 semi-chocolate chips
  • aluminum foil
Instructions
  1. Peel back one layer of the banana but do not remove the skin completely
  2. Using a spoon, scrape a thin layer of banana to make room for the chips
  3. Add the peanut butter and chocolate chips to the banana
  4. Cover with the peel
  5. Wrap in foil (shiny side on inside)
  6. Cook for 10-15 minutes over hot coals or on a grill

 

 

 

Comments

  1. tee mccluskey says

    I have heard of these but have never tried them! I think I might for the kids when we go camping!

  2. says

    I was just thinking of something like this the other day,We always used to do banana with chocolate in between and stick it in foil on the BBQ i love them so much,Will have to try it with peanut butter.

  3. says

    Oh my goodness this looks so good! I bet my dad whose gluten intolerant would love this in replacement of smores. I am going to have to try this sometime this weekend as soon as the rain stops. Thinks for sharing such a fun treat idea.

  4. says

    This looks seriously good. We’re going camping sometime this summer, and I’ll definitely keep this on our list of must-try foods.

  5. says

    We make these all the time. We would get so frustrated that the charcoal still had so much heat and we had nothing to cook. So now we throw these on the grill while we eat and then we have dessert!

  6. says

    I’ve seen these on Facebook but never really knew if it was possible, lol. Those look delish, and I know my kids would love it. I will be pinning =)

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