Kids reveal a lot of their family outdoor secrets and traditions in the stories they submit for the S-R’s youth outdoor writing contest.
Here’s a family recipe for alternative s’mores excerpted from a camping story by Kim Lawrence, a sophomore at Moscow High School.
Our smores are a lot different than regular smores. We cut up a banana and lay it on foil, next we put baby marshmallows on top and if you’re feeling like some peanut butter we put a Reece’s cup in it. If not, we put a regular Hershey bar in it.
Fold up the foil and let it sit in the fire for about 20 minutes.
This is one of the best things you could ever eat while you are camping. It is deeeelicous!
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