It’s a really fun and easy way to spruce up the traditional roasted marshmallow. Place strawberries on a stick and dip in marshmallow fluff. Roast on fire until toasted and enjoy.
These are simple and have unlimited potential when it comes to toppings. Slice the banana peel lengthwise from stem to tip ensuring the banana inside is also split in two. Then sprinkle or spread whatever toppings you want in there and place on the fire until everything’s melty, gooey and delicious.
Easy as pie. You can make the dough yourself, or just buy the pre-made pillsbury cinnamon rolls. Unroll them so they are one long piece and wrap it around a stick. Roast over the fire.
An oldie but a goodie. Simply core the apple and place 1 tbsp of brown sugar and 1/4 tsp of cinnamon inside. Wrap the whole thing in tin foil and roast on the fire for 5-10 minutes.
This one takes a bit of prep time, but not much. Slice top off orange and clean out pulp. fill orange 2/3 full with any kind of cake mix or brownie mix and put top back on. Wrap in foil and roast for 15-20 minutes.
So it’s another round of icy weather this week and I’m a feeling like….#campfireorangebrownies !! These are much closer to the Chinese flavor-inspired orange brownies that contestant #tamaragraffen made in MasterChef Australia season 9. The brownies have roasted peanuts in them, the ice cream is flavored with 5-spice, and the salted caramel sauce has fresh chillis for a touch of heat. Two were baked in the wood oven and the other 2 in a regular kitchen oven. These won’t be the last of many more to come! #brownie #masterchefaustraliainspired #meonaplate