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Campfire S’mores in a Cone with Reynolds Wrap
I needed to make something different when I planned my Campfire Cooking for Kids workshop in Grand Lake Stream last summer. Who doesn’t love S’mores, right? I learned to make regular S’mores when I was in Girl Scouts. S’mores are great and I knew the kids would like them but I needed a twist. Aha! Campfire S’mores in waffle cones. They were a huge hit, and thanks to Reynolds Wrap, they were easy to make, and clean up was quick.
Campfire S’mores are no more complicated than their graham cracker cousins. We toreTear off a section of Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil. Do that first otherwise you’ll be tearing with one hand while holding a cone in the other. Nobody needs that stress.
Campfire S’mores Instructions
Fill the bottom of your cones with a one-inch layer of mini marshmallows, then a layer of chocolate chips, more marshmallows, and then more chocolate chips because you can’t have too much chocolate, and topped it off with marshmallows. Wrap the cone in the Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil. Place the cones on a rack above the coals (no flames, just coals). After two minutes, use tongs to turn the cone one-half turn, and then let the cone sit over the heat another minute or two depending on how hot the coals are. Remove from heat and allow to cool for a minute. Use pot holders to unwrap the foil.Campfire S'mores in a Waffle Cone! Best ever S'more. You know you want one!Click To Tweet
The marshmallows and chocolate chips will be all or partially melted. It’s easier to eat a Campfire S’more than a “normal” one because the cone keeps the gooey, melted deliciousness contained. For variety, change up the chocolate chips for butterscotch chips, Heath Bar crumbles and other candies that will melt.
As a side note: I do only use Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil. Reynolds Wrap holds up better because it’s stronger. If I’m stuck with a lesser quality foil I need to use two or three sheets to equal one sheet of Reynolds. Check out Reynolds Kitchen for recipes and tips.