Ask ten people what dessert snack to cook over an open fire under the stars, and nine of them will say s'mores. (Followed by "duh.") The tenth person? That person will say campfire cones, and hopefully it's that person you're taking with you on your trip, because you want them and their ideas in your life.
Campfire cones are sugar cones stuffed with fruit, nuts, granola, marshmallows, coconut, chocolate, whatever, which are then wrapped in aluminum foil, toasted over a fire, and topped with whipped cream. Bree of Baked Bree calls it "heaven in a cone shape" and I'm not one to argue.
As she writes in this Taste for Adventure post, she likes to make a peach sauce ahead of time, then pack it and all her other cone ingredients in mason jars for a campfire cone topping buffet. In the mood for sliced almonds? Go for it. Crushed chocolate chip cookies? Here you go.
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Is it just me, or does anyone else want to sit fireside pronto?
Have you ever made a campfire cone?
(Images: Bree of Baked Bree)