On your next visit to a campsite or park, try this Grilled Raspberry-Chocolate Banana Boat recipe to create tasty memories that may be shared with your kids. Keep little hands busy assembling these healthy desserts made with fruit, marshmallows and Litehouse Chocolate Dip that grown-ups heat on a grill or campfire. Child reviewed as “finger-licking, lip-smacking, gooey good!”
6 medium-sized firm bananas
¾ cup mini-marshmallows
½ pint carton red raspberries
1 (6-ct) package Litehouse® Chocolate Dip
Heat gas or charcoal grill to approximately 400°F or use a wire rack over campfire.
Cut 6 (1-foot) sheets of heavy-duty foil, set aside.
Using a sharp knife, make a deep incision lengthwise along the top curve of each banana; take care not to cut through the bottom peel.
Gently push both banana ends toward each other to create a pocket. Place banana on the center diagonal of tin foil.
Stuff each banana with approximately 2 tablespoons of marshmallows and 6 raspberries.
Pull up corners of tin foil to create a tent over the top of banana, leaving a few inches of headroom so marshmallows won’t melt all over the foil.
Place banana packets on heat source, close lid and cook for approximately 10 minutes or until marshmallows are softened.
Carefully remove banana packets and open foil. Banana skins may have turned brown; however, this does not affect taste.
Drizzle each banana with one single-serve container of Litehouse Chocolate Dip. Eat warm.