If you are planning to spend a large portion of time relaxing around the fire at the Canton TX campgrounds this fall, you may have stocked up on graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate bars. While these ingredients are essential for making the classic S’mores, you can create other delicious snacks around the fire. Here are a few unique snacks to consider roasting around this fire the next time you are at the campground.
Most people love pizza. And, most people love nachos. Thankfully, you can combine these two favorites around the fire. To get started, set a cast iron skillet on the fire and fill it with traditional tortilla chips.
Place one stick of unsalted butter into the pan with the chips and throw in a large amount of shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheeses. Allow the cheese and butter to melt onto the tortilla chips for a few minutes. Make sure to shake the cast iron pan a bit to stop the ingredients from sticking.
Once the butter and cheese have melted, add your favorite toppings. Diced pepperoni, ham, peppers, and onions are delicious toppings that do not require much effort to cook. Allow these ingredients to cook for a few minutes before topping the entire pan of nachos with more shredded cheese.
Remove the pizza nachos from the fire and allow to cool for a few minutes before eating.
Toasty bread, warm ham, and gooey cheese will ensure you are comforted and satisfied. To create warm ham and cheese melts, you will need a few roasting sticks.
Slide a small piece of thick bread onto the roasting stick. Then, bunch up a piece of your favorite deli ham together to slide it onto the stick. Add a thick piece of cheese, a sliced pickle or onion, and then another piece of bread to top the sandwich.
Roast it over the fire for 5 to 10 minutes before enjoying this delicious treat.
Cones at the Campgrounds
If you have a sweet tooth but are tired of the traditional s’mores, consider creating faux ice cream cones around the fire.
Each person around the campfire can fill a waffle cone with their favorite items. Consider diced fruit, chopped candy bars, cereal pieces, nuts, a scoop of peanut butter, or chocolate chips. Once filled, wrap the cone in aluminum foil and place on a rack over the campfire. Allow it to cook for just a few minutes.
Use caution when removing it from the fire. You should eat the faux ice cream cone warm, but cool the snack down by topping it with whipped cream.
Canton TX Campgrounds
Mill Creek Ranch Resort
1880 N Trade Days Blvd
Canton, Texas 75103