The end of summer is near, but there is still plenty of time for campfire fun. If you enjoy campfires and desserts, then you’ll want to try these fun recipes. They are sure to have your family and guests saying yum.

S'mores with a Twist

Roasted strawberries dipped in marshmallow fluff. First, wash the strawberries, take off the green stem, and place them in a bowl. Next, prepare the following toppings in bowls. Marshmallow fluff, chocolate sauce, and crushed graham crackers. Now you're ready to start roasting. Simply take a strawberry, dip it in marshmallow fluff, and roast it. Once the strawberry is roasted to your liking, dip it in chocolate sauce, and sprinkle it with graham crackers. Everyone will say yum!

Dessert Burritos

To make this great dessert you need tortilla wraps, pie filling in flavors of strawberry, cherry, blueberry, or apple, peanut butter, small marshmallows, chocolate chips, and heavy-duty aluminum foil. First, place two sheets of foil down. You’ll need enough to cover your tortilla wrap. Next, lay the tortilla down like you are going to make a burrito on top of the foil.  Start spreading the pie filling of your choice on to the tortilla. Then sprinkle a few small marshmallows and chocolate chips on top if you like. Finally, wrap it up like a burrito so that the filling doesn’t come out either end and cover it with foil. Place onto coals or indirect heat of the fire for 10 minutes or until all the ingredients are baked. Unwrap and enjoy.

Apples on the Fire

For this recipe, you’ll need Granny Smith Apples, brown sugar, ground cinnamon, and caramel sauce. First core the apples. Then lightly sprinkle with brown sugar, cinnamon, and top with Caramel sauce if you’d like. Wrap the apple up in foil and broil over coals or indirect heat on the fire. Leave the apples on about 15 to 20 mins depending on how soft you’d like the apples. Remove the foil and then serve.

Grilled Banana Boat

First, take a banana and cut it lengthwise along the inside curve. Careful not to cut yourself or cut through the banana. Open the slit to form a pocket. Crimp and shape a piece of aluminum foil around each banana forming a boat. Then hold the banana with one hand and fill the pocket with chocolate chips, marshmallows, and nuts of your choice. Then wrap the boat in foil and place it on the grill, campfire coals, or indirect heat of the campfire. Leave for 15 to 20 mins. Then carefully open the warm banana and taste a boatload of yumminess.

Campfire Cinnamon Rolls

This simple but fun recipe calls for one package of crescent rolls, ¼ cup sugar, 1 tbsp cinnamon, and wooden skewers. First, combine the cinnamon and sugar in a bowl. Then separate the crescent rolls and wrap them around each skewer. Next coat the dough with the cinnamon and sugar mixture. Cook over the campfire for five minutes rotating it until finished. To create a glaze mix ¼ cup powdered sugar and 2-3 tbsp water together and spread on the roll. These rolls are lip-smacking good.

Campfire Cones

This dessert is sure to melt in your mouth. Here’s what you’ll need. Sugar or Waffle Cones, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips or butterscotch chips, or both if you like. Next, fill the cone with a good mixture of all the toppings. When finished place aluminum foil around the cone. Then place wrapped cones on coals or indirect heat of the campfire. Cook for about 10 to 15 mins until the cones are melted. Unwrap and serve this delicious crunchy treat to your guests.