11 Delicious Camping Desserts

10:42 PM


We all know that the almighty s'more will be forever known as the ultimate camping dessert, but with over 50 days of camping ahead of me, there are only so many s'mores a girl can eat. So, I have been hunting down some yummy camping desserts to add a little variety and satisfy the boys' sweet tooth at night. Check them out, you know you want to!








Camping Peach Cobbler from LivingOverland.com




What is your favorite campfire treat?

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26 comments

  1. That smoreo looks absolutely sinful. I love campfire desserts!

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  2. Holy wow....that smoreo, I'll take one of those now.

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  3. LOL I know! It looks so bad for you it must be good.

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  4. Oh, it all looks delicious.

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  5. yummy yummy! The only one I thought about was smores!

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  6. I pinned this so I can remember to come back to it before we go camping again!

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  7. I wonder if they are as good as they look.

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  8. So pinning this!! We are going to attempt to take our 3 boys camping for the 1st time and I am looking for all types of fun things for them.

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  9. Wow, those all look so yummy!

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  10. I don't go camping, but those desserts kinda make me wish that I did!

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  11. That s'moreo looks awesome!

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  12. Campfire deserts are so yummy and special in their simplicity!

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  13. Yeah, I'm wanting that S'Moreo RIGHT NOW!

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  14. I was just telling my husband today that we need to go camping again .. fun desserts.

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  15. Heavens, can I have one of each, lol. That brownie is just calling to me.

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  16. We don't camp but I want to eat ALL of those!

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  17. Fruit pies. made in cast iron sandwich makers. Apple or cherry or both if you like. They are so good

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  19. One I used to do as a kid was campfire eclairs. So yummy! Toast crescent rolls wrapped around a 1/2" or 3/4" dowel until cooked and golden brown. Make instant vanilla pudding in a gallon sized freezer bag (let your kids throw the bag to each other until it's mixed). Snip off one corner of the bag and pipe the pudding into each crescent roll then top with chocolate frosting. Very tasty! :)

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