Things don't always have to be simple and slapped together while you're camping. This extremely sweet dessert, inspired by classic campfire s'mores, can add something special to the evening if you have the time and resources to make it. It's more complicated than the typical "roast marshmallow, smoosh between two crackers" fare, but it's not quite as complex as you might think. It uses the same ingredients as s'mores with a few additions, and the bit of added effort makes a mighty difference. You just might feel fancy enough to put on your least dirty clothes and eat it with your pinky up.
Regarding the egg: I know it's sometimes hard to keep eggs while you're travelling and camping. I have substituted a mashed banana with great success, but if you don't have a banana (or the egg) (or the milk, powdered or otherwise) on hand, you're better off just having regular old s'mores. The filling ends up being taffy-like, and while delicious, it's hard to get a clean and simple spoonful.
Most of the time these days, I am using a double boiler to cook my pancakes as 3 larger cakes instead of 12 or so normal sized pancakes. As of this writing, I have not yet mastered "The Pancake" over open flame: cooked the normal way, they stuck like you wouldn't believe, so I started using exorbitant amounts of oil to combat this, and even then, they were difficult to flip. To avoid hassle, I tried cooking them as 1 or 2 large cakes, but cooking directly on the flame scorched the bottoms before the batter had a chance to thoroughly cook.