Traeger Grills Signature Blend 100% All-Natural Wood Pellets for Smokers and Pellet Grills, BBQ, Bake, Roast, and Grill, 20 lb. Bag

Traeger Grills Signature Blend 100% All-Natural Wood Pellets for Smokers and Pellet Grills, BBQ, Bake, Roast, and Grill, 20 lb. Bag Traeger Grills Signature Blend 100% All-Natural Wood Pellets for Smokers and Pellet Grills, BBQ, Bake, Roast, and Grill, 20 lb. Bag : Everything Else
Traeger Grills Signature Blend 100% All-Natural Wood Pellets for Smokers and Pellet Grills: Hickory, maple, & cherry hardwood flavors combine for a blend that can take on just about anything you cook. From classic bbq meats, to fish & veggies, this versatile blend gives you full-bodied flavor you’ll go back to time & time again.

What are traeger grills signature blend 100% all-natural wood pellets for smokers and pellet grills features?

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  • Signature blend wood fired flavor: the flavors of hickory, maple, and cherry hardwoods combine for in our traeger signature blend hardwood pellets for flavor that can take on just about anything you cook; from classic bbq meats, to fish and veggies, this versatile blend gives you full-bodied flavor you’ll go back to time and time again
  • Not all pellets are created equal: the best wood-fired grill on the market demands the best wood pellets on the market. Real taste doesn’t just happen, it’s tied to quality materials and achieving perfect smoke; it starts with all-natural hardwood pellets made in american mills
  • Traeger has spent years developing the perfect pellet: our hardwood’s unique compact cell structure results in a balanced, dependable burn; traeger has spent years mastering the development of hardwood pellets that have just the right amount of moisture content—the sweet spot—to maintain a perfect burn-to-smoke ratio
  • Pairs well with everything: pairs especially well with beef, poultry, pork, lamb, seafood, baked goods, vegetables
  • Features: made in usa, premium quality, all-natural, clean burn, no binders, low ash, 20lb bag
  • Selecting pellet + rub option pairs our recommended traeger spice rub to each wood pellet flavor
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Looking for specific info?

Can these pellets be used in a tube (like lizzq premium pellet smoker tube, a-maze-n smoking tube, etc)?

Yes. They work great.

Are these 100% mesquite? Or is the mesquite blended with another hardwood?

The traeger pellets are excellent, 100% hardwood, food grade pellets… And like nearly all quality food grade pellets are about 70% alder (or oak in the east) and 30% whatever flavor smoke wood it states on the package. The reasons for this are primarily consistent burn rate as well as production availability/expense. Lesser quality pellets run hot and cold rather than burning/smoking at predictable and therefore programmable rates.

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Does traeger use flavored oils or real fruit wood in their blends?

A perfect blend of oak, mesquite, and pecan hardwoods that pairs perfectly with your favorite cut of beef
real wood pellets: made from 100% all-natural hardwood with no binding agents or fillers
amazing wood-fired taste: add pure hardwood flavor to everything you grill, smoke, bake, roast, braise and bbq
made in america: sustainably sourced and manufactured by traeger in the usa

Which of the trager wood pellets leave the mildest flavor on beef being barbecued?

One simple way to modulate smoke is to avoid cooking long and slow. Higher temps produce less smoke, lower ones produce more. Traeger recipes sometimes recommend starting off your cook @ 180°f. Don’t do this if you don’t care for a stronger smoke flavor. Also, cooking that low for long periods produce ‘dirty’ smoke which is not only a strong smoke flavor, it can be downright bitter regardless of the species you’re using (you’re cooking with clean smoke when there’s no white smoke coming from the smoker – only a clear ‘mirage’ looking emission). But as a rule, definitely stay away from hickory, mesquite and maybe oak. Some companies use barked wood. From what i understand traeger doesn’t – that will add smoky flavors too. There are raging debates out there about traeger’s recipe. They’re very cagey with their descriptions. For instance, on cherry, nowhere on the bag or on their website does it say they use actual cherry wood. In fact i found this while researching your question (from traeger’s website):

‘all pellets are a blend of either alder or oak plus the wood flavor:
– west coast mill: alder + other wood
– east coast mill: oak + other wood’

they don’t say what the ‘…plus wood flavor’ actually is. So caveat emptor.

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Can you make your own pellets

Never thought about making my own pellets…i don’t care for the traeger brand pellets though as they contain too many fillers. The ‘hickory’ or ‘mesquite’ types for traeger actually are blends of as much as 50% alder and other hardwood that’s much cheaper, and less flavorful than what you are looking for.i prefer using ‘cook’n’pellets’ blend or mesquite. They are 100% pure hardwood w/out the fillers and i think they give a much more rich, smoky taste to the food. I also find the pure pellets to last longer than the ones with the fillers. One more advantage is that i seem to get far less ash accumulating in the ash pot and don’t have any ash flying around inside the grill ever. It also doesn’t void your warranty, as traeger would lead you to believe. It’s against the law for them to void your warranty by using a different brand of pellet. It’d be like honda saying that you’ll void the warranty if you use costco gas instead of chevron gas.

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Can these be used in a masterbuilt and if so how does it compare to chips?

My brother uses pellets in his masterbuilt propane smoker and the seem to work great. I tried them in my masterbuilt electric and they did not work, but then neither did wood chips. I think the propane allows for consistent low heating versus the electric heating element cycling on/off at high temp. I found that the chips and pellets burn too fast and release a lot of creosote on the electric. What i finally has success with on the electric is to use a pellet tube for smoke and use the heating element for temperature control only.

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Are these 100% mesquite?

I would say yes, the bag says mesquite, 100% wood, all natural pellets. I use the hickory regularly and they are great!

What holds the pellets other words is this saw dust held together by some adhesive?

Held together by natural wood sap and compression

Can tthe pellets be used in any grill?

No. We have a gorilla grill and it cannot use traeger pellets due to the inconsistencies of temps. Why, their pellets aren’t 100% hardwood their ratio is between 80% hardwood and oak% and then their binder.

I’m confused. So are these used instead of wood chips and regular charcoal in my barrel smoker?

If you have a cold smoke tube or a smoking tray to use chips in your grill or smoker, these pellets can be used. They burn faster than chips and are more expensive, but put out good smoke. I’ve used them in my masterbuilt electric smoker in a cold smoke tube and in worked great.

Can these be used in a charcoal grill, in a 3×12 pellet tube? How many hours would a filled tube ‘smoke’ ?

We can’t comment on the use of our products in other devices.

What’s the best type of pellets to use?

Traeger pellets and you can find out what kind of wood to use for eaach meat at their web site

Can they be used in a stove top smoker?

I don’t know what a stove top smoker is. However they can be used in a grill top sitting like on the gas grill

How long can this product be used?

Under normal conditions, you can typically expect a 20lb bag of pellets to last around 40 hours at smoke/165°f, 20 hours at 300°f, or 10 hours at high/450°f. These times can vary based on many conditions while cooking.

Has anyone tried cooking a deep dish pizza with one of these?

Yes, you can cook pizza on your traeger grill. You can find our recommended pizza recipes on our traeger website.

Can these be used in a pit boss grill?

The pit boss looks like all the ‘pellet’ smokers. I did say yes. I have a traeger smoker and they claim to use only their branded smoking pellets, but i’ve know others have used non-branded smoking pellets just fine. Btw…this price is a an excellent bargin!

Is this product really as good as advertised?

Yes, our pellets are as good as advertised.

Why won’t amazon ship traeger applewood pellets to my address? 3911 la mesa ln. San jose, ca.

I just tried to order traeger pellets also, and i got the message that they won’t ship to my address in california. I have ‘chatted’ with several amazon customer service agents and get conflicting answers. Twice i was told that my zip code allows shipment, and twice i was told that california has restrictions about shipping this kind of item to california. I guess it depends what state amazon is shipping from, because i ordered the gourmet blend pellets form, and they shipped them to my house. I just received them today. I don’t understand this restriction either, but if you have a home depot nearby, they have the pellets for the same price as amazon. Good luck!

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Is this product really as good as advertised?

These pellets are 100% natural apple hardwood designed to provide maximum smoke production

if you have any further questions or concerns please dont hesitate to reach out to us at 1-800-traeger

Amazon refuses to ship this ‘in stock’ item even though they are selling it on their website?

I personally have never had this problem.

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What are our customers saying?

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You don't need a traeger to use these

These gave me a very good smoke flavor – using a smoker box in my gas grill.

I imagine i’d have had a better smoked brisket with an actual $1,400 traeger smoker.

But short of that, these chips in my existing gas grill do a more than adequate job.

The difference between these, and the weber wood chips i’ve been using until now is significant in that the weber chips burn out in 30 minutes. Soak them, don’t soak them, it doesn’t matter. They don’t do the job.
These traeger smoke chips take a bit of effort to get lit, but once you get the hang of it- it makes the entire process so much smoother. Instead of opening the grill every 15 minutes to check on the weber chips, these gave me a smoldering steady smoke through almost 3 hours. No need to open the grill and let that beautiful smoke escape.

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My favorite blend

This is my go to pellet for generic smoking and my favorite for brisket and ribs.

Following the recommended settings of time and heat along with using these pellets has produced mouth-watering meats that the whole family has enjoyed. While the traeger brand pellets may seem a little more pricey than some of the off-brand varieties i think that the consistent quality matters.

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So i have read that these are overpriced

And i am sure they are but……i just smoked a pork butt for 13 hours and they were excellent. Would a cheaper brand be just as good…..maybe, probably but these were really good. No complaints.

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Great flavor!

These pellets are probably all you need for general smoking – good for meat, poultry, fish.

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Same as costco gourmet fyi

Great pellets, but save your money and buy the traeger ziploc style bag at costco and get 33% more for the same money. The rep at costco told me they’re the same pellets repackaged.

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Good stuff

Good flavor

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Wonderful flavor

Spectacular flavor.

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Signature = flexable

Flexable – can be used for so many different recipes and flavors.

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We have a traeger and love your pellets!

4Expert Score
I use it on all bbq’ing

You definitely can tell the difference.
I use a pellet smoker on a gas grill. However once i used on a charcoal grill, thrown directly into fire and wow what a difference.
Guest are also amazed by the flavor. You can tell the difference. Make sure you let them smoke and cook your items slowly for best flavor.

4Expert Score

Always full of flavor

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Could use more flavor

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Lots of powder in bag

There was a lot of powder in the bag which just dusted out when poured into the hopper.

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Sweet pellets

Apple wood pellets. Made great smoked salmon

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Delivered on time and undamaged.

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Good flavor

Good flavor

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Good all around flavor profile for brisket, pizza ovens and ribs.

These are about $2-3 less everywhere but the convenience is what i pay for. We use these in our ooni and also our smoker. Doesn’t lend much flavor other than ‘smoke’ but that is what we’re looking for.

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Designed for traeger grills.

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Good product

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