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Making Campfire Cones

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Campfire Cones
Try these candy filled ice cream cones at your next camp-out or backyard campfire. This is a guide about making campfire cones.


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April 1, 2013

These campfire cones are so delicious and less messy than a s'more. :) Plus they are easy to customize!

Total Time: 20 minutes


  • sugar cones
  • mini marshmallows
  • chocolate chips
  • candies (i.e. M & Ms, Reese's PB cups)
  • nuts, optional
  • coconut, optional


  1. Fill the cone by layering the ingredients. Start with marshmallows, followed by chocolate, then marshmallows, etc.
  2. End with a layer of marshmallows.
  3. Wrap in tin foil. Set them in a campfire grate or around the edges of the fire. Using a hot pad or tongs, rotate the cones every few minutes for even cooking.
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  5. Cook them for 10-15 minutes or until contents are melted. Unwrap carefully and enjoy!
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These campfire cones are so delicious and less messy than a s'more. Plus they are easy to customize! View the full recipe here: Campfire Cones

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