Banana Squish – Outdoor Cooking Bananas

outdoor cooking,outdoor cooking bananas, banana squish outdoor fire cooking outdoor treats outdoor snacks www.mammasschool.co.ukToday’s outdoor cooking feast was lovingly named “banana squish” by my trio 🙂  It’s outdoor cooking bananas.  Doesn’t that make you want to try it 😉  It is rather delicious though, so don’t be put off by the name!!

 

 

 

 

What you need is:

1 banana per person

Chocolate chunks

Marshmallows (it’s easier with mini ones for this)

Tin foil

A knife

Plates!

 

Slice open the bananas (keeping them inside their skins).  Then “squish” inside the slit the chocolate chunks and marshmallows.  We did three chunks of chocolate and a small handful of marshmallows, but it depends on the size of your banana.  Then hold the banana together, whilst wrapping it up in tin foil.  Place them on the fire and wait for it to cook for 5 minutes.

After 5 minutes, remove them from the fire (you may want to take gloves again for this as the foil is hot in the flames), and open the foil up.  Scoop the insides of the banana out of the skin onto a plate.  You should be left with a lovely squishy goo of banana, melted marshmallow, and melted chocolate – yummy!

Thimble and Twig

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      We used to do Forest School when we lived in the UK (have a read under my forests school category) and we loved it. I am now continuing that outdoor form of education with my trio out here in Sweden 🙂 It is a great activity forest school, hope it goes well. Feel free to look back at what we do for ideas 🙂

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  1. I don’t like bananas but I know a little person who would absolutely love these! Thanks. #littlemakes

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