Happy Labor Day! What did you all do for the holiday? We decided to go camping. Unfortunately here in Kansas there is a burn ban so my daughters favorite camping treat ‘SMORES’ was going to be a no go this trip. But then I thought why not make a Smores Cone, that way we could still have them and all we had to do was heat it up on the Hibachi grill (which was the only way we were allowed to cook).
So the night before we left on our trip my daughter and I put together a bunch of cones for us to have on our campout. They were pretty easy to put together and kept just fine until ready to heat. I was worried that they might be too hot to eat but that was not even an issue we were able to eat them right off the grill. And my mom (who joined us on our camping adventure) even said she thought they were better than regular campfire smores. They sure were a lot less messy that’s for sure.
All in all I was pretty happy with the way these turned out, my daughter was not disappointed that we could not actually roast marshmallows, they were very easy to make, the cleanup was easy, and they tasted great! I think these will also be a great treat to have at home too, just pop those suckers in the oven to heat up and you’re done.
Chocolate (can use broken up bars or chips)
If using chocolate bars start by breaking up the bars into smaller pieces
Once the chocolate is broken up put a couple pieces in the bottom of the cone
Add some mini marshmallows on top of your chocolate then repeat the layers one more time
Roll your cones up in a piece of foil
When ready for your treats, simply heat the wrapped cones on the grill to melt the chocolate and marshmallows
Unwrap and enjoy your yummy treat!