10 New Things to Roast on a Stick

Move over marshmallows and hot dogs, there’s much more to campfire cuisine! We’ve got 10 delicious ideas for your next cookout, so grab a stick and take note.

  1. Starburst Candy. Unwrap a piece, skewer it with a stick, and let it get warm and gooey before popping it in your mouth or squishing between two Vanilla wafers.
  2. Bacon. Weave a strip of bacon on your stick and let it roast to crispy perfection over open flames.
  3. Peeps. Okay, technically a marshmallow, but the sugary crust gets caramelized in the fire and makes the treat entirely new.
  4. Sea Scallops. Marinate first in lemon and sprinkle with kosher salt before roasting over the fire until edges are seared and crisp.
  5. Apples. Skewer a whole apple with a sturdy stick and roast over the fire until it starts to “sing” or whistle. Serve with cinnamon and brown sugar.
  6. Corn on the Cob. Use a sturdy stick to skewer an ear of corn and roast until you get a nice char. Delicious!
  7. Breadsticks. Wrap breadstick dough around a stick and roast until bread is puffy and golden brown.
  8. Asparagus. Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper, then roast asparagus over the fire until it glistens.
  9. Kielbasa. Spicy sausage is a perfect match for open flames. Roast until the juices start to burst and bubble out.
  10. String Cheese. Roast until bubbly on the outside and eat straight off the stick or between bread or crackers with a spoonful of marinara sauce.

Do you have a favorite food to roast on a stick? Share your ideas in the comments!

Beyond S’mores: Campfire Recipe Roundup

Mrs. Fields Secrets Campfire Recipes
A warm, crackling campfire on a cool summer night is pure heaven. The only thing missing is something delicious to eat. Sure, you’ve mastered s’mores, but what next? I’ve rounded up some of the most delicious campfire recipes around. Easy, delicious, and perfect for your next campout!

1. Campfire Pig in a Blanket
2. Chile Lime Corn on the Cob
3. Three Cheese Potatoes with Bacon
4. Campfire Cones
5. Campfire Popcorn
6. Campfire Mac ‘n’ Cheese
7. Orange Chocolate Cake with Nutella
8. Campfire Orange Rolls
9. Peach Mallows

Do you have a favorite campfire recipe? Share it!

Recipe: Campfire Banana Boats

MF Banana Boats
If you find yourself near a campfire this summer, you must make this dessert. It’s ridiculously simple, fun for everyone, and ooey-gooey ¬†delicious. Kids especially will like creating their own boats. It’s the perfect companion to spooky stories under the stars.

Campfire Banana Boats

bananas
mini marshmallows
chocolate chips
peanut butter morsels
tin foil

Directions
Slice down the middle of each banana about 3/4 of the depth. Stuff the slit full of marshmallows, chocolate chips and peanut butter morsels. Wrap loosely in tinfoil and place in a toasty campfire for 5-10 minutes, or until banana peel has turned black and marshmallows are melted. Serve warm with a fork.

MF Banana Boat 3

HINT: No campfire? These also work great on a grill or in a 300 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes.

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