Air Fryer Banana Boats are one of the best air fryer desserts! Plus, using foil packets makes this delicious treat a great way not to make a mess in the kitchen, too. This fun dessert is so much fun to make and such a special treat to eat!
Stuffed bananas loaded with chocolate and marshmallows prove that even an insanely easy treat like this one can create quite the decadent dessert. No matter if you want to make this on your next camping trip or whip it up in your kitchen at home, this just might be one of your new favorite banana desserts.
The gooey marshmallows turn this into s’mores banana boats and make it one of those easy recipes that curb any sweet tooth!
- 2 bananas
- ¼ cup chocolate chips mini
- ¼ cup marshmallows mini
- 1 sheet graham cracker crushed and crumbled
Take a sheet of aluminum foil and shape it around the bottom or edges of each banana without covering the top.
Cut a slit in the top of the banana, pulling the peel slightly open. Fill each banana with chocolate chips, and then top with marshmallows and crushed graham crackers.
Place in the air fryer basket and air fry at 350 degrees F for 4-6 minutes.
Add Greek yogurt – You can add a dollop of yogurt on top of the melted marshmallows and semisweet chocolate chips for a burst of flavor and health. This is a great way to make this tasty treat even more like a classic banana split.
Add extra toppings – The fun part about these campfire banana boats is that you can literally pair anything with the main ingredients. Versatile desserts like this are the best. You can add a sprinkle of brown sugar, a scoop of ice cream, crushed peanut butter cups, graham cracker crumbs, a tablespoon of peanut butter or almond butter, peanut butter chips, or even drizzle a little bit of melted chocolate on the top!
*Nutritional information is a calculated guesstimate. Please note that this can change with different brands and modifications you may make to the recipe. For the most accurate information, use a nutritional calculator with the exact brands and measurements you’re using with each recipe.