Happy Campers: Snacks on a Stick

Food Network Magazine shows you how to make fun campfire snacks on a stick.

Photo By: Anna Williams

Photo By: Anna Williams

Photo By: Anna Williams

Photo By: Anna Williams

Photo By: Anna Williams

Photo By: Anna Williams

Photo By: Anna Williams

Sweet Breadsticks

Cut strips of refrigerated breadstick dough in half crosswise; thread a piece lengthwise onto each skewer. Toast over a flame until golden. Brush with melted butter, then sprinkle with confectioners' sugar and cinnamon.

Mini Salami Subs

Split open an Italian sub roll; drizzle the inside with olive oil and fill with sliced salami, provolone and fresh basil. Cut into 2-inch pieces. Thread a pickled pepper and a sandwich piece onto each skewer; toast over a flame until the cheese melts.

Pineapple S'mores

Cut pound cake into small squares; spread with dulce de leche. Thread a square of cake, a chunk of pineapple, a marshmallow and another square of cake onto each skewer; toast over a flame until the marshmallow is browned.

Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

Spread mayonnaise on sliced white bread. Sandwich with sliced ham, Swiss cheese and pickles. Trim the crusts and cut into quarters. Thread a quarter onto each skewer; toast over a flame until the cheese melts.

Turkey-Brie Baguettes

Split open a baguette; spread the inside with dijon mustard and fill with sliced smoked turkey and brie. Cut into 2-inch pieces. Thread a cornichon and a sandwich piece onto each skewer; toast over a flame until the cheese melts.

Stuffed Peppers

Slit open baby bell peppers. Scrape out the seeds. Season the insides with salt and pepper and stuff with a cube of haloumi or feta cheese. Thread an olive and a stuffed pepper onto each skewer; toast over a flame until the peppers blister.

Caprese Bites

Wrap prosciutto around mini mozzarella balls. Thread a cherry tomato, a prosciutto-wrapped mozzarella ball and another tomato onto each skewer; toast over a flame until the tomatoes blister.

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