Campfire marshmallows and hot caramel malted milk

When we think of sitting around a campfire or stove, the image of roasting campfire marshmallows is a classic that comes to mind.We love it, as a family it’s a fun activity and a way to cook up some delicious food.

I’m going to show how we cook campfire marshmallows and strawberry kebabs, and hot caramel malted milk. It’s almost death by indulgence, certainly a treat for kids, or adults with a sweet tooth. Read on and let me know what you think.  

Hey, interested in other sweet snacks while outdoors?  Here is a quick post that covers my favorites outdoor snacks.


Total Time: 20 minutes

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Yield:  4 servings


Marshmallows and Strawberry Kebabs


  • 20 or so Marshmallows (more depending on how many you eat as you prepare)
  • 16 Strawberries
  • ½ a 397g can of Nestle Carnation Caramel
  • A pinch of salt


  1. Thread 5 marshmallows and 4 strawberries onto a long skewer.
  2. Hold the skewers over a campfire or gas stove. Turning slowly to cook evenly.
  3. Add a pinch of salt to the caramel, and drizzle over the top.
  4. Remove from heat when cooked to your satisfaction.

Tip – Be careful, marshmallows can be very hot!


Hot Caramel Malted Milk


  • 750ml Whole Milk
  • ½ a 397g can of Nestle Carnation Caramel
  • 1 tbsp malted milk powder


  1. Heat the milk and caramel in a saucepan, whisking until smooth.
  2. Prepare 4 large mugs with with malted milk powder.
  3. Pour the hot caramel milk in and stir as you go.
  4. Serve right away and enjoy.

I forgot to mention……Interested in finding out how to roast a mashmallow over a volcano?  Click here to see how it’s done.


Campfire Marshmallows Conclusion

I listed these two together because not only do they go well together, but they share a can of caramel. Campfire Marshmallows and strawberries are a yummy combination, and it doesn’t get much better than a warm mug of milk on a cold night.

Have fun with these recipes, and spending some quality family time around the stove/fire. Please leave me a comment below if you have any feedback, thanks!



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