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Campfire Chocolate Bananas

An old favorite camping treat the kids always enjoy, and adults too.

Ready In:
10mins
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ingredients

  • 4 ripe bananas, unpeeled
  • miniature chocolate chip, amount to your liking
  • aluminum foil

directions

  • Leave the peel on and cut each banana down the middle lengthwise.
  • Stuff chocolate chips into the banana halves.
  • Wrap tightly in aluminum foil.
  • Place on hot coals for 5-7 minutes.
  • Turn frequently.
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"An old favorite camping treat the kids always enjoy, and adults too."
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  1. MPB5747
    I've never had anything like this and thought I would try it out on a camping trip this summer. They were very easy to put together, but the taste could be improved upon with some additional ingredients. Perhaps ice cream, marshmallows, nuts, peanut butter, or whatever sounds like a nice accompaniment.
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  2. cookin_nurse
    I've made something like this growing up in girl scouts, we called them 'bannana boats' and stuffed them with marshmellows as well- they are also great stuffed with peanut butter!
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  3. Potluck
    I picked 5 campfire recipes for this 4th july island camping trip..I used peanut butter chocolate swirl chips..And when nicly melted over the campfire I added a dollop of coolwhip and chopped pecans..A nice treat camping..Everyone liked this dessert and not overly sweet either...I will make this again..Thank U for the recipe..
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  4. nursejillian
    yum! these bring me back to girl scouts....i love this recipe. the bananas are really good with peanut butter, too.
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  5. Treenickel
    tastes yummy, we have a similar recipe that calls for mini marshmallows with the chocolate chips.
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