RED s'more-nanas

Recipe: Guiltless S’more-nanas

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Written By, Christine Chanel

Tiki torches? ​Check​. A sleeping bag under the stars? ​Check.​ A rustic cowboy style dinner over the fire pit? ​Check.​ Do we know what comes after dinner? ​Dessert.​ These campfire s’more-nanas will likely ruin the way you look at traditional s’mores forever (in a good way). So painlessly easy, kid-friendly, and adult approved; these ooey-gooey, yet healthier alternative, to a yummy nostalgic treat will leave your heart and tastebuds full of wanderlust love. You can make anything an adventure with the right ingredients at hand!

Nothing says summer quite like the way camping does. Sunshine. Heat. Stars. The crisp smells of nature. Last but not least, a blazing fire to roast delicious, memory-making meals over. While many of our favorite activities may not be easily accessible this season—why not bring the campground ​home​? It’s a known fact that kids will eagerly jump at the idea of backyard camping—but regardless of having the little ones around, treating yourself to a relaxing stay-at-home vacay or romantic outdoor getaway can be just as exciting.

These guiltless S’more-nanas will have you jumping up and down.

fresh s'more-nanas

S’more-nanas:

(Makes 4 servings; one banana is a single serving)

A campfire or outdoor grill
4 Bananas
1⁄2 cup of mini marshmallows
1⁄2 cup of crushed graham crackers
1⁄2 cup of your favorite RED chocolate, broken into pieces
Aluminum foil

Steps:

  1. Leaving the fruits in their peel, make a deep lengthwise cut along the curve of your bananas; be careful not to cut all the way through. Spread open to form a pocket.
  2. Fill bananas with marshmallows, graham crackers, and desired RED chocolate pieces.
  3. Wrap each banana in foil; make sure that there is a foil opening on the top. Using tongs and oven mitts,place wrapped bananas in coals of the campfire. Cook for 8 to 10 minutes. Carefully remove with tongs and mitts; peel back foil and dig in!
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