Just because you're packing in dinner shouldn't mean you have to skip the best course. These sweet treats are well worth the extra ounces.
Nothing provides comfort like chocolate—whether it's in a savory soup or a warm mug on a cold night.
This easy, three-ingredient dessert is perfect for a backcountry birthday. Sub in dried cherries or blueberries for a different twist.
Those instructions on the brownie box? Feel free to ignore them. This simple technique will get you a gooey, chocolatey dessert in just a few minutes.
Don’t settle for chocolate. With a little work and planning, your backcountry dessert can be as grand as the scenery.
Roasted marshmallows aren’t just for s’mores: Use them to top this delicious, easy berry treat.
Upgrade traditional no-bake cheesecake with a cascade of Oreos.
It only tastes fancy.
This doughy dessert could also be great for breakfast.
Chocolate bars are easily packable and versatile.
This super-easy, pudding-based treat just might ease your day-three ice cream craving.
This fun treat is no-bake, dead easy, and oh-so addictive.
What's more American than apple pie? Baking apple pie over a campfire of course.
Cocoa packs high energy and healthy antioxidants, and our testing revealed the best-tasting, most-meltproof varieties for the trail.
Need some inspiration for killing a serious backcountry chocolate craving? Look no farther, you've clicked into a chocoholic's dream.
Need to kill your chocolate craving? Use these recipes to get your chocolate fix in the backcountry.
Bring a little autumn flavor right to the trail with this easy backcountry pie recipe.
Why pay a mint for fruity snacks when you can make your own?
A fast, simple way to make silky fondue that's easy to clean
What's more American than apple pie? Apple pie baked over a campfire of course.
...Baked in a soda can!
Who said gluten-free can't be delicious?