Reinvent the campfire favorite with our grown-up flavor combinations--plus get more inventive ideas for camping treats
The case for the 4-hour s'more: One bite and you'll be sold. Your childhood treat never tasted this good!
Recipe: Ultimate S'more
Anyone who's outgrown classic s'mores will love this version: gooey-sweet melted marshmallow tempered by bittersweet chocolate cookies and salty roasted peanuts. Spread 1 tablespoon peanut butter (at room temperature, for easy spreading) onto a thin, crisp chocolate water (such as Nabisco Famous Chocolate Waters). Slide 1 skewer-toasted marshmallow onto peanut butter. Top with a second wafer and squish down gently. Eat, licking fingers.
Make these s'mores with graham crackers, a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup (or Nutella), sliced banana, and marshmallow.
Take the classic campfire dessert up a notch by adding strawberry slices to Graham crackers, dark chocolate, and roasted marshmallow.
Give s'mores a kick with gingersnaps, a caramel-filled chocolate square, and marshmallow.
Fill peanut-butter cookies with bittersweet chocolate, caramel sauce, and marshmallow.
For all-out indulgence, try peanut-butter cookies with Nutella, sliced banana, and marshmallow.
The recipe for this easy dessert cleverly uses pancake mix to make the top of the cobbler.
Recipe: Dutch-Oven Peach Cobbler
This moist, coconut-scented upside-down cake is made made with fresh pineapple.
Recipe: Coconut and Fresh Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Any berry or berry combination works in this cake, which has a dry, crumbly topping that combines with the berry juices for
a rich, sweet treat. Pack the frozen berries in a cooler and make this on the first night of camping, before they thaw completely.
Recipe: Berry Camping Cake