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Come Party With Me: Campfire Fiesta — Dessert

This week I'm celebrating the waning days of Summer with a Mexican-inspired menu for my campfire fiesta. But I know that if I don't serve s'mores, there may be a wilderness mutiny. So I'm bringing along milk chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers to make the traditional fireside treat.

But I also want something special to kick the s'mores concept up a notch, so I'll use the same marshmallows and chocolate as filling for easy cream puffs. Baked in foil, these gooey goodies are made from buttery biscuit dough that's dusted with cinnamon and sugar. They're even better with high-quality milk chocolate, so be sure to splurge on the fancy stuff. To get the recipe,

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Campfire Cream Puffs

Campfire Cream Puffs

Campfire Cream Puffs

Ingredients

1 can of frozen biscuit dough (such as Pillsbury Grands)
8 large marshmallows
8 milk chocolate squares
Cinnamon and sugar to taste
2 10-inch by 10-inch squares of aluminum foil

Directions

Makes 8 cream puffs.

  1. Sprinkle a plate with a dusting of cinnamon and sugar.
  2. To make each cream puff, open the biscuit roll and pull off one biscuit. Open it up and stuff a marshmallow and one chocolate square inside. Close the biscuit so you can't see the marshmallow. Roll the biscuit dough in the cinnamon and sugar.
  3. On each square of aluminum foil, place four of the stuffed biscuits; bring the sides of the foil around the biscuits, leaving a small space for ventilation.
  4. Place the foil packets over the campfire for about 10 minutes, until dough is golden brown and marshmallow is melted.

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justanerd1975 justanerd1975 7 years
yep, rub a stick of butter all over the inside of the foil before you wrap 'em and don't leave 'em on more than a few minutes :)
b1uebunn b1uebunn 7 years
What a cute idea! I love it!
b1uebunn b1uebunn 7 years
What a cute idea! I love it!
alwaysANDRiA alwaysANDRiA 7 years
I tried these and they didn't work for me. The dough kept sticking to the foil and I would always burn them...any tips??
Britney-Kayla Britney-Kayla 7 years
They look sooo gooood!
Britney-Kayla Britney-Kayla 7 years
They look sooo gooood!
roxyb roxyb 7 years
I keep seeing these at the side of my screen - they make me so so hungry.
piksie007 piksie007 7 years
THOSE LOOK AMAZING. OH GOD NOW I REALLY WANT ONE!!!!!!
Barb-b Barb-b 7 years
Great Idea
Barb-b Barb-b 7 years
Great Idea
brookrene brookrene 7 years
these sound delicious!
brookrene brookrene 7 years
these sound delicious!
sonnabobble sonnabobble 7 years
you could also grill bananas with chocolate and marshmallows stuffed inside. did this at the lake lastweekend and it was a HUGE hit!!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
this brings back such great memories for me from when i was at overnight camp. it's kind of funny though - i was at my fiance's parent's house a month or so ago and we decided to make s'mores but we didn't have the fire so we used the stove and the microwave and although it wasn't quite the same - it was fun and tastey!
MsMO MsMO 7 years
I can't wait to try these.
MsMO MsMO 7 years
I can't wait to try these.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 7 years
Man, I thought you'd do some campfire nachos.
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