Friends and I can always find ways to spice up the typical campfire breakfast...
So next time you plan on taking a camping trip don't skimp on breakfast.
Get the campfire a'blazing, mallow the sticks, and prepare the pumpkin pancake batter!
|Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Pancakes topped with a roasted Marshmallow|
|Place the cast iron skillet over the red embers and cook slowly!|
|It's nothing fancy....this is camping!|
|This is the best part of camping!|
S'MORE Pumpkin Pancakes
Author: Brenna Bowers
Makes: 4-5 servings
1 box Trader Joe's Pumpkin Pancake Mix (Pumpkin Pancake Mix)
2 Tablespoons softened butter
3/4 cup milk
3/4 cup milk
½ cup chocolate chips
1 bag large marshmallows (because you will want to eat all the extras!)
Special tools needed on the camp fire:
Cast iron skillet
Hot pad (to remove skillet from the flame)
Don’t forget plates and forks too!
Light your camp fire. Allow the coals to cool down to just red hot embers.
Place the cast iron skillet on top of the grill or red embers.
In your mixing bowl, combine the pancake mix, butter, milk and egg. Stir until just combined (a few lumps are ok!)
Spray the skillet with oil spray.
Spoon the pancake mixture on the hot griddle and sprinkle with chocolate chips.
In the mean time, have you friends/ kids roast the marshmallows on a stick until golden brown.
Once the pancakes are cooked through on either side serve up with a toasted marshmallow and syrup!