Campfire Cones – If you don’t want to deal with someone poking their eye out, make your s’mores in a waffle cone, wrap it in foil, and toss it in the campfire until melted! If you love camping and you love S’mores, you’ll love these Campfire Cones!
Everyone loves S’mores as a classic campfire treat. They are a gooey sticky mess and I love them. But these Campfire Cones are a fun twist on S’mores.
Maybe you don’t have roasting sticks? Maybe you’re camping in your backyard and don’t have a fire pit? Feeding a crowd and don’t want to have 100 hot wires flying around a fire? These Campfire Cones can be wrapped in foil and thrown in the coals of a fire or baked in your oven.
Either way, they’re delicious. You can assemble them ahead of time or have everyone create their own. We are using waffle cones as our portable S’mores container.
What you put inside? Totally up to you. I had an assortment of chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, graham cracker pieces (for extra S’more flavor), M&Ms, mini peanut butter cups, and Rolos. What I think would also be some good choices? Chunks of banana, strawberry slices, peanut butter M&Ms, peanut butter chips…okay – I really could keep listing all day long but those are a few.
Here’s a classic version and a version with pretty much everything in it.
Wrap it in foil. Heavy duty foil is a good idea if you’re tossing it in some campfire coals.
In five minutes you have this!
OTHER CAMPING RECIPES
- S’mores Cookie Bars
- S’mores Cookies
- S’mores Thumbprints
- Easy Tin Foil Dinners
- No-Bake S’mores Treats
- S’mores Bars
Campfire Cones - If you don't want to deal with someone poking their eye out, make your s'mores in a waffle cone, wrap it in foil, and toss it in the campfire until melted!
- waffle cones
- mini marshmallows
- chocolate chips
- graham cracker pieces
- Optional toppings: M&Ms, Rolos, peanut butter cups, bananas, strawberries, coconut, brown sugar, butterscotch chips, nuts, anything your imagination can come up with
- Layer desired waffle cones with toppings and wrap in foil. Toss in the campfire coals for 5-7 minutes or until everything is nice and melted. They can also be baked in the oven at 400 degrees for 5-7 minutes. Can be assembled ahead of time for a fun treat.
Source: Chef Jessica