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Campfire Cones

Ingredients (5)

  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1 waffle cone
  • 1/2 medium banana, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons mini marshmallows
  • 2 tablespoons mini chocolate chips
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Nutritional Information
  • Calories641
  • Fat40.35g
  • Saturated fat10.9g
  • Trans fat0.1g
  • Carbs60.86g
  • Fiber5.7g
  • Sugar37.96g
  • Protein17.23g
  • Cholesterol4.26mg
  • Sodium65.74mg
  • Nutritional Analysis per serving (1 servings) Powered by

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Campfire Cones

In this recipe adapted from Just A Pinch, waffle cones get a filling of peanut butter, banana, marshmallow, and chocolate chips, then wrapped in foil and grilled. See more ways to grill dessert, and more grilled banana recipes to take you through summer.

Instructions

  1. 1Build a campfire and let the flames die down. There should be a coating of white ash on the coals.
  2. 2Carefully spread the peanut butter around the inside of the waffle cone.
  3. 3Fill with the sliced banana, marshmallows, and chocolate chips.
  4. 4Wrap the cone in heavy-duty foil and place on the campfire grate or grill. Cook until the chocolate chips melt and the filling is hot, about 5-10 minutes, turning occasionally. Unwrap the foil and serve.
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