|We went kayaking in Lewes, DE, then made our own "banana boat" desserts later|
Banana S’mores – because it’s not really a Girl Scout camp without s’mores.
The girls loved these, even the one who claimed she didn’t like bananas.
Mini graham crackers
- Do not peel the bananas, slit them length-wise
- Push the ends of the banana towards each other or use a knife to “open” the slit a little bit
- Fill the banana with the remaining ingredients
- Wrap in foil
- Place in oven or on grill for about 7-10 minutes, depending on temperature of oven/fire.
- Unwrap and enjoy!
|with crushed graham crackers as a topping|
|a very chocolate-y version|
|I barely got pictures of the finished products before they were eaten!|
Granola, peanut butter chocolate chips, and chopped nuts would also make tasty toppings for these banana treats.
Each girl made their own; it was so simple and easy, it could even be made my much younger kids, too. I think I may even have the banana s'mores again for a troop meeting since they are simple and quick.
|Mini S'mores made with the extra ingredients|
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