Campfire S’mores Cones – The Perfect Camping Dessert for Tiny Hands

Gathering around the campfire as the sun dips low and the stars begin to light the sky is the best way to cap off a hard day of camping. What makes it even better is a delicious marshmallow treat like campfire S’mores Cones.

roaring campfire

S’mores cones are a delicious, slightly less messy version of s’mores that cook easily and are easy to handle, especially for kids.

George eating gooey marshmallow from a campfire s'mores cone

Traditional s’ mores are gooey and sticky. And nothing ruins a s’more more quickly than a burnt marshmallow (unless you’re one of those weirdos that like burnt marshmallows!) or a piece of chocolate that refuses to melt. But s’mores cones offer all of the delicious ooey gooey melty marshmallow and chocolate goodness of traditional s’mores in an easy to cook and easy to hold and eat package.

Ooey gooey marshmallow and melted chocolate in a sugar cone

Stoke the fire and grab a few simple ingredients and you will be only a few minutes away from biting into a scrumptious s’mores cone. Try them out on your next camping trip!

Boy smiling after taking a bite of marshmallow and chocolate in a s'mores cone

S’mores Cones

(Makes 12 Cones)

Mini Marshmallows
Mini Chocolate Chips
Sugar Cones (or waffle cones)
Foil
Campfire

Grab a sugar cone and fill it with alternating layers of mini chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. It doesn’t matter if you finish with marshmallows or chocolate.

Wrap the cone carefully with a piece of foil.

Repeat until you have created enough cones for everybody.

Set the foil-wrapped cones directly on a pile of coals or next to a roaring fire. Turn every 15-30 seconds until the marshmallows and chocolate are melty. Allow the cones to cool for about one minute before unwrapping and serving.

Campfire S'mores Cones

An alternative to traditional S'mores.
Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time7 mins
Course: Dessert
Servings: 4
Author: Julie Kohl

Ingredients

  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Sugar Cones or waffle cones
  • Foil
  • Campfire

Instructions

  • Grab a sugar cone and fill it with alternating layers of mini chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. It doesn’t matter if you finish with marshmallows or chocolate.
  • Wrap the cone carefully with a piece of foil.
  • Repeat until you have created enough cones for everybody.
  • Set the foil-wrapped cones directly on a pile of coals or next to a roaring fire. Turn every 15-30 seconds until the marshmallows and chocolate are melty. Allow the cones to cool for about one minute before unwrapping and serving.

Campfire s'mores cones make a great alternative to traditional s'mores and are easier for tiny hands to handle.

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