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Camping Snacks

Camping Snacks

In this list, you will find our favourite camping snacks. Some are straight outta’ the bag, and others are recipes. Which is your favourite? 

Cookies 

Buy a couple of packages or bake cookies at home before camping. 

Sweets 

Buy a few bags of sweets before you go, everyone will love you when they just need some sugar. 

Candy Floss 

Bringing candy floss with you on a camping trip is a must have. It is just so tasty, and everyone loves it. Put it in your drink for an extra special Prosecco. 

Popcorn 

Bring popcorn kernels with you and a big pan, you can make fresh popcorn round the fire. But watch the lid doesn’t come off! 

Roasted Marshmallows or S’mores 

Don’t forget this classic! It’s fun to sit around the campfire and see how each person roasts their perfect marshmallow! Turn it into a s’more 

S’mores with a Twist 

Trade out the traditional graham cracker for a cookie (think Oreos, chocolate chip cookies) or trade out the Hershey’s Milk Chocolate for a different candy bar (like Cookies and Cream, Kit Kat, or Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups) – get creative! 

Cinnamon Rolls 

Buy a tube of cinnamon rolls and either heat them over the fire on a skewer or cook them on your camp stove (great with breakfast too). 

Tortilla Roll-Ups 

Fill a tortilla with all things tasty, roll, wrap with foil, and warm over a campfire. Think Nutella, peanut butter, caramel, chocolate chips, nuts, strawberries, marshmallows.  

Banana Boat 

Leaving the peel on, cut a slit in a banana lengthwise. Fill the middle with chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, etc.), wrap up in some foil and warm it over the campfire for a few minutes (upright!) before opening and eating with a spoon. 

Dessert Pizza 

Use Nutella as your spread and top with your favorite sweet toppings and fruit. Preheat both your saucepan, and then cover to cook for about 10 minutes over your lowest heat setting. 

Dessert Cones 

Grab some ice cream sugar cones and fill them with whatever sweet toppings you want.  Wrap tightly with foil and heat upright over the campfire for 5 or 10 minutes, allowing everything to become a melty mess before enjoying. 

Baked Apple Slices 

Slice some apples, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon, wrap in foil, and heat in the fire for 10 or so minutes. 

Cake or Brownies in Oranges 

Cut the top off an orange, scoop the fruit out of the middle (eat that as a midday snack!), and replace it with cake or brownie batter, prepared as the packaged directions say (so don’t forget the eggs or anything else needed). Fill each orange about ¾ of the way with batter before replacing the top, wrapping it tightly with foil a couple of times around, and placing it upright in the campfire for about 30 or so minutes.  

So, there you have our top camping snacks. We hope you like them and think they are as delicious as we do!