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Banana S’mores

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After a recent chat with Christina from Christina’s Cucina we got talking about S’mores, a term I have seen crop up so many times on Twitter courtesy of all the American food bloggers I follow. I always wondered where the word originated from and whether it was a take on the Danish word for butter “smør”. Well it turns out I was totally wrong and the term stems from the words “some more” Christina informed me! The original S’more is a camp fire snack (popular in America and Canada) and consists of 2 Graham crackers sandwiched together with toasted marshmallow and chocolate – there are many reincarnations of a S’more however! Being a huge fan of bananas I decided one night to “s’moreify” a couple after a BBQ. Well I say a couple, I did one and after my daughter saw it she had to have one too and loved it. A week later we had them again when I didn’t have anything planned for dessert and this time I just stuck them under the grill. This really is one of the easiest yet most delicious puddings you can make in under 10 minutes

American, Canadian, S'mores, dessert, pudding, camping, caravanning, bonfire, barbecue, BBQ, quick, easy, grill, cheap

Banana S’mores remind me of little Viking Ships!

.I think this is the ideal dessert for when you’re camping or caravanning and perfect for BBQ’s or cooking over a bonfire. Once you have removed the slither of banana skin then your kids can have fun decorating the banana with the chocolate and marshmallows (like my daughter did above but remind them the banana is hot)! Then you just let the heat from the banana turn the chocolate and marshmallows into molten gorgeousness! My daughter enjoyed a bit of extra indulgence by having chocolate ice cream with hers but I find it lush enough on its own.

 

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A hot banana cooked in it's skin to which chocolate and mini marshmallows are added to form a molten gooey and very tasty treat! Perfect outdoor cooking food!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 Banana
  • 1 handful dark chocolate, chopped
  • 1 handful mini marshmallows (vegan ones if needed)
Instructions
  1. Grill or BBQ your banana until black on all sides.
  2. Once ready put on a plate and make an incision with a sharp knife near to the stalk.
  3. Peel back and remove one section of banana skin.
  4. Put a row of marshmallows down the side and scatter the chocolate pieces over the top.
  5. Allow to melt and serve.
  6. For extra indulgence you could serve with ice cream but not necessary or for a more authentic experience eat with Graham Crackers or Digestive biscuits!

I do hope you try this really simple pudding and do tell me your quick pudding ideas in the comments below. If you can’t think of any then you might like the following recipes:

Instant Orange Cheesecakes from Fab Food 4 All
Instant Skinny Hazelnut Latte Ice Cream from Taming Twins
Blackberry Cheesecake in a Glass from Cook Sister
No Churn Dairy Free Vegan Raspberry Ice Cream from Maison Cupcake
Gluten Free Chocolate Mug Cake from Elizabeth’s Kitchen

American, Canadian, S'mores, dessert, pudding, camping, caravanning, bonfire, barbecue, BBQ, quick, easy, grill, cheap

I’m entering my Banana S’mores into a few blog events:

Credit Crunch Munch which I run with Fuss Free Flavours & hosted by Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary this month.
No Waste Food Challenge (uses up bananas) run by Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary & hosted by I’d Much Rather Bake Than
Tasty Tuesdays run by Honest Mum
Recipe of the Week run by A Mummy Too

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  1. kayleigh white

    Erm, I don’t know if its the brown skins putting me off these?!

  2. Natalie White

    Oh wow, these look amazing! My Dad used to BBQ bananas with dark chocolate, but the marshmellow looks fab!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you:-)

  3. Anne Dalzell

    oh man, this is a beauty and looks so yummy.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks, daughter went through a craze making these:-)

  4. Maddy

    Great for using up those over-ripe bananas!

  5. Amanda Milton

    This sounds delicious,I must try this

  6. Ann Robinson

    Bananas, Chocolate and Marshmallows, food heaven for me and easy and quick to make too

    1. Camilla

      Thanks you, it’s a winner of a pud:-)

  7. Irene Wright

    But it’s so easy this recipe. Will have to try it. We always have bananas in the house so getting the marshmallow & chocolate will be easy.

    1. Camilla

      It is a doddle but so yummy:-)

  8. welshpolarbear

    Oh wow, these just look amazing!! Have tweeted to make sure everyone hears about them!!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you, I’ve had to wean my daughter off them as they’re so easy to make she got a bit addicted!

  9. Ursula Hunt

    These have become my grandchildrens favourites

    1. Camilla

      Great, that’s like my daughter then!

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