There’s more than one way to smoke a brisket. From super simple beginners' recipes to game plans for the more advanced, we have a little something for everyone. Here are a few of our most popular recipes for you to try out on your pellet grill.
Say hello to bold hickory hardwood flavor. This brisket is given a Traeger Beef Rub coating, then smoked low and slow to tender perfection.
We’re taking everyone’s favorite BBQ dish, brisket, and infusing it with our signature wood-fired flavor. Forget seconds, you’ll be coming back for thirds on this mouthwatering whole packer.
This is the best way to smoke a brisket, worthy of any true Texan. This full packer is injected with Butcher’s Prime, sprayed down with apple juice, rubbed with a prime rib and coffee rub mix, topped with black pepper, and smoked over cherry wood to tender perfection.
This recipe is our foolproof, go-to method for cooking the perfect brisket. A combination of low and slow cooking, plus a long braise in its own beefy juices makes this brisket a blue-ribbon winner.
You can’t mess up this BBQ brisket recipe--Traeger's chef created a bulletproof recipe and method for smoking the perfect brisket. Fire it up on a Friday night and feast like a king all weekend long. Season the brisket one day prior to cooking for the ultimate flavor.
Low and slow makes for brisket perfection. This beef brisket is brined, seasoned generously with Traeger Beef Rub, and cooked over mesquite wood for a smoked meat sure to elevate your BBQ game.
Soaked corned beef is so good, it should be enjoyed all year round, especially with a three-ingredient recipe this easy to make. Serve it for dinner, then use leftovers in your breakfast hash.
Clear some space in the trophy case because our competition-style brisket recipe will have you wrapped up in winning wood-fired flavor.
Simple spices are all it takes to make your taste buds think they've hit the jackpot. Ground coffee (or our Coffee Rub) plus our Traeger Prime Rib Rub rub are perfect for your brisket while it smokes low and slow.
Learn more about the brisket. Where it comes from, how to prepare it, and the best ways to smoke it.