3 Awesome Cool Fruit Desserts For Camping Trips

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Fruit desserts for campingThe best thing about camping is indulging in fun campfire food you’d never have anywhere else. Of course, not everything has to come in the form of melted and grilled proteins when you’re out in the midst of it all. You need to make sure you have a handful of cool, refreshing recipes on hand for dessert as well!

With that in mind, here are 3 cool fruit desserts for camping trips:

1 – Bananas Foster

For this recipe, slice a banana into nine pieces and then squeeze about a tbsp of butter over them. Then, sprinkle on 1/4th a cup of cinnamon, rum extract, and brown sugar alongside a half cup of vanilla. You should also have some sliced pound cake on hand to serve it over after grilling it lightly for six minutes or so. You can be sure to keep the overall treat cool by adding a dollop or two of vanilla flavored whipped cream!

2 – Mountain Pie

This fun recipe combines basic bread, butter, Nutella, sliced bananas, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, marshmallows, and peanut butter. All of the ingredients should be piled onto the bread sandwich-style. You can serve it all up as is, or lightly roast it and then eat it after it cools for a great fruit-filled variation of the classic campfire smore.

3 – Fruit Jello

Well, it’s hard to go wrong with this classic! Fruit Jello is incredibly easy to make and it will store in your cooler quite easily. Even if it warms up just a bit after the fact, it will remain perfectly edible during your trip. After a long hike, a nice cool cup of Jello with your favorite fruit packed within might be just what the doctor ordered!

With those cool fruit desserts for camping in your recipe book, you’ll make sure your next camping trip is one the whole family will remember for a long time to come. You might even find them begging for your special camping treats at home! Above all, just make sure you have fun!

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