Ingredients15 m servings 201 cals
- With a sharp knife, cut a lengthwise wedge out of each banana, slicing through the peel and almost through the banana. Carefully remove the wedge and set aside. Slice each candy bar into 3 slices the long way. Insert a slice of candy bar into the banana, then replace the wedge back over the candy, pushing the wedge back down. Repeat with remaining bananas; wrap the stuffed bananas tightly in aluminum foil.
- Roast the bananas in the coals of a campfire until the fruit is hot and the candy has melted, about 5 minutes. Unwrap the bananas, then remove peel from wedges and eat the bananas with spoons. Candy filling could be very hot, so use caution.
- Partner tip: Reynolds® Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.
Per Serving: 201 calories; 5.2 g fat; 39.2 g carbohydrates; 2.8 g protein; 3 mg cholesterol; 51 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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I've been making this since I learned how to do it as a small child at daycare! Now my kids and I make this together and they love it as much as I do. This is good with Reese's peanut butter cup...
I think this would be a real hit with kids. A little sweet for me and mushy bananas are not my fav but I think kids would love to make these for the campfire. The candy choices would be fun to m...
AMAZING! My whole family absolutely loved this special campfire treat. We will def make it a camping staple! How delish!! Thanks!
Tried these out with Easter candy. We baked ours at 350; I think campfire (as directed) or grill would give better results.
These are great and have become a campfire tradition for us. If you only have s'mores ingredients they are just as good with only chocolate and marshmallows stuffed in. Also, I think removing a...
I have been making these for a couple of years now, since finding the recipe. When my husband and I go camping I make them for a after dinner treat every night. I have used all kinds of candy ba...