Camper Pie DessertChocolate and pineapple, anyone? 1 of 8
Antonia Crews hopes to pass this recipe on to other families who will cherish the faces of their children as they enjoy these sweet pies.
Banana S'moresReplace the graham crackers with, you guessed it: bananas. 2 of 8
Michelle Mendoza-Greely came up with this recipe when she was getting ready to prepare her usual camping s'mores and her friend suggested she used bananas.
Sweet CakeMove over, S'mores...try this decadent treat for grownups and kids. 3 of 8
Heather Wyse's kids could live on a S'mores diet, but the adults in her camping group were getting tired of the age-old dessert. So they adapted this sweet cake recipe for campfire cooking.
Roasted Pears SuzetteAll you need are some pears and chocolate. 4 of 8
You can jazz this one up with different types of chocolate and some liquor.
Campfire Pineapple Upside-Down CakeMake this retro classic over hot coals. 5 of 8
Verla Matthews says: "You can eat this right out of the foil and it's yummy. Some of our friends like them so well they fix them at home in the oven when they want an evening snack."
Peach Cobbler for the CampfireIt's a lot easier than you would think. 6 of 8
With only four ingredients, this dessert is a must-have for your next family camping trip.
Campfire Banana BoatsA tasty banana, peanut butter and chocolate chip treat 7 of 8
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this easy-to-make dessert. And clean-up is easy when you eat it right out of the banana peel.