Welcome back, RVers. We’ve given you some awesome recipes for your Thanksgiving campfire feast, but let’s talk about the best part of the meal: dessert. After a long day, or even after a lazy day, sometimes putting a meal together is just not at the top of your to-do list. So, we’ve put together a list of simple campfire desserts that will have you going back for seconds! 

Blackberry Campfire Cobbler 

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This recipe is awesome for so many reasons! First, it’s only three ingredients and it uses minimal dishes. Second, you can eat what is left over for breakfast. Oh yeah and it looks amazingly delicious! 

Campfire Strawberries 

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This is a super fun recipe that kids can help out with. All you do is dip the strawberries (or really any other fruit or even graham crackers) in the marshmallow flush then roast them over the campfire until your desired doneness! And it’s fruit so who says this isn’t healthy?

S’more Banana Boats 

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A super simple, low key dessert the kids will love! And you’ll be able to sneak them some fruit disguised as a gooey, delicious dessert. 

Campfire Cones

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These cones are a good idea if you’re camping with picky eaters because these are DIY. Just fill up your cone with your favorite fruit and sweets, wrap them in aluminum foil then pop em on top of your campfire for a few minutes. Done! 

Campfire Donuts 

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Guys, who doesn’t love a good donut? And a campfire donut that’s easy to make? I don’t think I have it in me to ever turn one down. The recipe calls for cinnamon sugar, but you could probably dip them in chocolate or any kind of icing if you wanted. Don’t forget the sprinkles! 

Campfire Apples 

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This recipe does require a bit of prep beforehand, but it just makes it easier on you once you’re out camping. You core some apples, add the dried fruit mixture to the middle, wrap those babies up and toss them onto the fire. You know they’re done when you squeeze them with a set of tongs and they’re tender. So simple! 

Campfire Brownies 

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 If you want to keep it classic, you can’t go wrong with this easy Campfire Brownies recipe. You’ll just need the regular ingredients you’d use for a brownie mix from a box, top with your favorite candy and set it over the fire in a Dutch Oven. Yum. 

Campfire S’mores Nachos 

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A modern twist on the classic S’mores, these Campfire S’mores Nachos are all you’ll ever need for a dessert again. They can be made over a fire or on the grill at home. The choice is yours. 

Campfire Peaches 

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Give these peaches a try and you might find that they’re your new favorite camping dessert! They’re pretty simple and perfect for anyone who is even remotely health conscious. 

We’ve given you some awesome recipes for your Thanksgiving campfire feast, but let’s talk about the best part of the meal: dessert. After a long day, or even after a lazy day, sometimes putting a meal together is just not at the top of your to-do list. So, we’ve put together a list of simple campfire desserts that will have you going back for seconds! 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. im not a huge fan of camping though my husband is! I can easily myself though enjoying the campfire apples! I think ill even try making it at our pwn backyard just for the flavor and scent!

  2. I haven’t been camping in years – but you’d get me there for sure if there was a promise of any of these desserts at the end of it!! 🙂

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