CUBSÂ INÂ THEÂ KITCHEN/05-08
Treats on a Stick
1 pkg. refrigerated biscuit dough
1 cube of melted butter
Cinnamon sugar or garlic salt
Stretch and coil dough around a
thick peeled stick. Roast over the
fire. When finished, roll in melted
butter, and then in cinnamon sugar.
Or, for a different, taste roll in
melted butter, then sprinkle with
Banana BoatsÂ Â
Peel back on one section of a ripe banana
making sure to keep it attached at the end.
With a butter knife, cut halfway through the
banana lengthwise (widen the slit) or cut in
cross-sections, removing every other section.
Fill the space with mini marshmallows and
chocolate chips (about a dozen of each).
Replace the peel and securely wrap the
banana in aluminum foil. Place the banana
in hot coals to melt the marshmallows and
chocolate chips, usually about 5 to 10
minutes. Carefully open the foil, pull back
the banana peel and allow the treat to cool
a bit. Then dig in with a spoon.
Â Silly S'mores
8 halves graham crackers
3/4 cup mini marshmallows
1/2 cup chocolate chips or
Let the boys design their own
s'mores. Place a large piece of foil on
the grill over low heat. Layout the
graham crackers on the foil. Sprinkle
with mini marshmallows (white or
colored). Then with chocolate chips
or meltable candy. Top each s'more
with another cracker. Cover loosely
with more foil. Cook until melted,
about 5 minutes.
Peanut Butter S'mores
1 Tbsp. peanut butter
4 graham crackers
1 milk chocolate candy bar
Spread the peanut butter on 2 crackers.
Put half the chocolate bar on each of the
crackers with peanut butter. Spread
marshmallow topping on the other
2 crackers. Put the 2 crackers together to
make a chocolate marshmallow sandwich.
Great Salt Lake Council