Seasoned with simple herbs, then smoked and roasted to perfection on the Traeger, this winning prime rib recipe delivers every single time.
Smoke it low, smoke it slow. Perfect pulled pork is worth the wait, and this versatile BBQ meat can be served any way you like.
Tender prime rib is given a Meat Church rub crust and slow-roasted over mesquite pellets for a kick of bold flavor. Pro tip from Matt– melt a generous amount of butter over the prime rib while it rests after cooking to take this roast to the next level.
Give your pork a sweet and smoky kick. These tenderloins are marinated in a sweet honey and thyme mixture, then smoked to perfection over aromatic applewood pellets.
Reverse-seared like a boss, this juicy tri-tip is everything a steak should be: juicy, flavorful, and addicting.
Whether you want to master a smoked prime rib or just need some quick tips and recipes, we have you covered so you can plan a delicious wood-fired dinner on your Traeger grill.
Want to know why a Traeger is the most versatile outdoor cooking solution? Because it lets you bake soft, homemade chocolate chip cookies like a seasoned baker. Make sure to keep the cookies mounded up high, as this will result in a chewy, gooey center, with a perfectly cooked exterior.
A wood-fired twist on a classic treat, these are perfect for the holidays. Homemade buttery sugar cookies are kissed with cherry wood and topped with a decadent cream cheese frosting.
Say hello to the perfect holiday dessert. Indulge your sweet tooth with these homemade gooey chocolate brownie cookies. Dunk them in milk for a classic pairing, or go big with a glass of creamy eggnog!
It's not hard to see why these soft gingerbread cookies are a must-try this holiday season. See how the wood-fired difference makes this childhood classic come alive with flavor.
We add a hint of smoke by baking these cookies on the Traeger. Drizzle with chocolate or an orange juice glaze for a unique sugar cookie creation.