You’ve already tried S’mores. Now add a tasty twist to your camping dessert! With this simple idea for marshmallow toasted strawberries, everyone will love gathering around the campfire for a new tradition. Just two ingredients–strawberries and marshmallow fluff, and you’ll have oodles of these scrumptious skewers ready to enjoy in minutes.

Because marshmallow fluff toasts so quickly, the berries stay fresh and bright, while toasting. The end result is like a big bite of strawberries and cream…made on a GoodCook Marshmallow skewer.

Fun Flavor Twists

Enjoy this recipe as written below. Or try these easy upgrades:

  • Bananas Foster Skewers. Skewer bananas, dip in marshmallow fluff. Toast and serve with caramel for dipping. Yum!
  • Very Berry Skewers. Skewer strawberries, blackberries and large raspberries for a simple twist.
  • Chocolate Berry Skewers. Hull a strawberry with the GoodCook Strawberry Huller. Skewer and dip in hot fudge before dipping in marshmallow fluff. Toast and enjoy!

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Campfire Skewers | A deliciously simple twist on smores. Toast strawberries over the fire with marshmallow fluff.

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Campfire Skewers | A deliciously simple twist on smores. Toast strawberries over the fire with marshmallow fluff.

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Campfire Strawberries

Preparation 10 m Cook Time 10 m Serves 6     adjust servings

Classic s'mores get a twist with this simple fruity skewer dessert.

Ingredients

  • 1 (16 oz) container marshmallow fluff
  • 12 large strawberries

Instructions

Skewer strawberries with an extra-long GoodCook Marshmallow Skewer. Toast over a campfire or gas stove. Enjoy!

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