Campfire Toffee Apples – A Bonfire Treat

We do not have Bonfire Night over here in Sweden, but that didn’t stop us getting into the spirit of things making these scrummy campfire toffee apples!  They were a huge hit with my trio and I couldn’t resist either.  All my recipes can be prepared at the campfire, but we are now hitting minus temperatures outdoors, so I’m doing the prep at home to make life a little easier on the cold fingers!

Ingredients:

An apple per person

Soft toffees (ours were coated in chocolate too for an extra treat)

Cinnamon

Tin foil (for the fire)

 

Method:

With a corer, remove the core from the centre of each apple.

Then slice the apple in half.  This leaves each half with a lovely trench in the middle.

Place your toffees into the trench.

Sprinkle some cinnamon over each half.

Put the 2 halves of the toffee apples back together again, and wrap in tin foil.

Now you are ready to cook your toffee apples.  Place them onto the fire for 10-15 mins.  Once the apples are lovely and soft/squishy to touch, they are ready.  Tuck in and enjoy your campfire toffee apples.

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Comments 35

  1. Hi Sonia, oh my! Your recipe sounds so much easier to make than the classic toffee apples. With a recipe so easy and a husband who likes cooking over a fire, how can I not give these a try? Pinning.

    Thank you for linking up with the #MMBC.

    xx

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  2. These look lovely! We’re taking our first camping trip next year and I’ve been searching for campfire recipes – we’re going to give these a try for sure!

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  3. What a lovely treat! I used to love baked apples my great-nan would make for me every week as a child, and it’s brilliant to make them on the campfire 🙂

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