Cooking on a fire pit or campfire brings a whole new level of enjoyment and togetherness to your culinary adventures. Whether you're grilling, roasting, or even baking, the experience of cooking on an open flame adds a unique flavor and charm to your meals.
Fire pit cooking allows you to explore a wide range of recipes that are specifically designed for this method. From mouthwatering grilled meats and vegetables to delectable desserts with that perfect smoky touch, the possibilities are endless. You can even experiment with traditional campfire favorites like s'mores, so lets give it a try together with this fun take on a campfire classic!
You will need skewers of some sort for this recipe.
- Three 1.5-ounce chocolate bars of your choice, broken into pieces
- 1 sleeve graham crackers, left in the sleeve
- 1 quart strawberries, green tops removed, thoroughly dried
- One 7-ounce container marshmallow crème
- Get your fire in your fire pit going.
- Put the chocolate in a medium heatproof bowl or pot and set near the fire so it melts but doesn’t scorch, stirring occasionally if needed. Crush the graham crackers by massaging them in their sleeve, being careful not to puncture it. Once the crumbs are a fine as you can get them, open the sleeve along the lengthwise seam and place on a flat surface near the fire pit.
- Skewer a strawberry through the hull so it is firmly on the stick and dip half of the strawberry in the marshmallow crème. Place over the fire and cook until the marshmallow is golden. Dip the uncovered half of the strawberry in the chocolate and roll the chocolate in the graham cracker crumbs. Repeat with the remaining strawberries, marshmallow crème, chocolate and graham cracker crumbs.