If you’ve ever made campfire cones, you know how utterly delicious they are. Add in some warm and cozy fall flavors of pumpkin and apple to make your campfire cones amazing!
When we made our autumn campfire cones, our various fillings included: almond butter, pumpkin pie spice cookie butter, apple butter, chocolate chips, mini marshmallows and chunks of Speculoos cookies. As a side note: if you have leftover apple, pumpkin or custard pie on hand, chunks of those would make great fillings as well. We assembled our campfire cones, stuffed them with all sorts of combinations of fillings, wrapped them in foil and stuck them in the oven for 350 degrees for about 8-10 minutes. Or if you’re camping outdoors, you can heat the cones over a fire until all their contents warm up and/or melt.
A favorite flavor trio of ours was pumpkin spice cookie butter, chocolate and marshmallows, but all of the combinations we tried were equally delicious. You can also make an “autumn everything cone” which consists of…well, a little of every filling in your fall spread!
These campfire cones were inspired by this episode of Real Girl’s Kitchen. Thanks to The Land of Nod for sending the items for this post.