Camp Cooking: S’moradillas

Labor Day is fast approaching, which means the unofficial end of summer. Many folks spend their last summer weekend enjoying the great outdoors by going camping, hiking, or just spending some extra time outside.  So I thought it would be a great time to share one of our favorite campsite snacks….S’moradillas.  They are a fun alternative to the traditional S’more.

This great camping recipe is from the book Campfire Cuisine by Robin Donovan.  I first found it at my local library while searching for recipes for a camping trip we a took earlier this year to Pawnee National Grasslands.  It was a such a great book, that I had to buy my own copy. Anyways, here’s the simple and tasty recipe for S’moradillas.



4 small flour tortillas
1/2 cup semisweet mini chocolate chips
1/2 cup mini marshmallows
Cinnamon to taste


Place 2 tortillas on a grill over high heat. Top each with half the chocolate chips, marshmallows and cinnamon.  Place the remaining 2 tortillas on top. Cook for 3-4 minutes, until the bottom tortilla is lightly browned and crisp.  Carefully flip the tortillas.  Cook for 3-4 minutes more, until the second side is lightly browned and crisp.  Cut each into quarters and serve.

Make them at camp or make them at home…we’ve done both!

Grab your copy of Campfire Cuisine: Gourmet Recipes for the Great Outdoors here…

5 thoughts on “Camp Cooking: S’moradillas

  1. The S’ moradillas looks great, now using the same cooking procedure with the tortias try fixing them with Simi cooked ground beef, seasoned with hot sauce, chopped onions, cut up green peppers and cheese of choice, cook them the same as S’moradillas and when finished cooking let cool for a few minutes and then spread sour cream and chives on top—-I call this recipe camp fire BEEFA GODZILLAS—–hee.hee. Yeah that’s right I thought this one up.—-love you two.

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  2. Ummmm sounds so good, now try the same procedure with the tortillas and ground chuck, slightly cooked before putting on tortias, chopped onions, cut green peppers and cheese of choice, cook the same way as your s’mores and when done spread the top with sour cream, I call these camp fire Godzillas—–hee.hee. I just made this up but it sounds pretty good.


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