Girl Scout Banana Boat Splits

Girl Scout Banana Boat Splits Recipe

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Dawn Whitted


If you were a Girl Scout like I was when I was young. These were probably a treat at the campfire for you too. They are so fun and yummy too!


★★★★★ 3 votes

5 Min
15 Min


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    marshmallows, mini
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    chocolate chips
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    butterscotch chips
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    strawberry chips
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    heavy duty foil

How to Make Girl Scout Banana Boat Splits


  1. With a sharp paring knife cut an unpeeled banana lenghthwise 1/2 the banana deep leaving the ends intact. Dig out the hole you have created. It should look like a boat or canoe.
  2. fill the banana with different flavored chips and marshmallows.
  3. wrap in foil and put in hot bed of coals in campfire for 15 minutes turning halfway through cooking time. Or put them on a preheated BBQ grill.
  4. Remove from coals and let cool slightly (careful these are very hot) peel back foil and enjoy the gooey banana goodness.

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About Girl Scout Banana Boat Splits

Course/Dish: Fruit Desserts
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids
Hashtags: #bananas, #camping

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