Pit Boss Recipes (23 Delicious and Simple Recipes)

Pit Boss Grills allow you to cook a range of delicious recipes!

But it can be overwhelming to know what to cook next.

Don’t worry. 

We’ve put together some of our favorite dishes!

Have a read of the article below and check out some fantastic Pit Boss recipes. 

Smoked Brats

How doesn’t love sausages? But have you had them smoked? These smoked brats are a family favorite

See the recipe for smoked brats here


Bacon-Wrapped Tenderloin

A family favorite that will please even the fussiest of eaters. 

The combination of maple rub and bacon makes for a sweet and delicious flavor. 

Get the recipe here

Smoked Brisket on a Pit Boss

Smoking a brisket can be tricky!

However, our 8 simple steps, will ensure your brisket is pit master worthy, each and every time!

See the simple steps to a smoked brisket here.

Want to smoke a ham for your Thanksgiving or Christmas feast?

This super simple yet delicious will have your guests begging to take the leftovers.

Get the Pit Boss Smoked Ham recipe here


Want to try these EPIC pork shoulder burnt ends?

They are smoky, saucy and caramelized pieces of meat candy

Get the Pit Boss pork shoulder burnt ends recipe here

Pork Shoulder Burnt Ends Pit Boss

Chicken Quarters in a Pit Boss


These chicken quarters are simple yet declious.

All you need is an easy rub and you let the smoker do all the work

See the recipe here.

Pit Boss Beef Ribs Recipe 

learning how to smoke beef ribs on my pit boss

These smoked beef ribs are juicy and tender

See how to smoke beef ribs on your Pit Boss here.

Texas Style Smoked Tri-Tip

Tri-tip is a cheap and delicious cut of meat and cooking it on the Pit Boss is a great idea. 

After smoking, be sure to let the meat sit so that it can absorb jus in the meat and become extra tasty!

We recommend using a meat thermometer to check the meat’s internal temperature. 

This recipe also works well with pork butts if that’s what you are available. 

Smoked Prime Rib


There is nothing more impressive than a prime rib

But have you smoked one?

See the recipe for Smoked Prime Rib on a Pit Boss here.

Smoked Tomahawk on a Pit Boss


Want to impress EVERYONE at the cookout?

You gotta try this smoked tomahawk steak!

See the recipe for smoked tomahawk here.

Pulled Pork on a Pit Boss

Smoked pulled pork is a crowd-pleaser, simple to cook, and tasty addition to any meal. 

This is the perfect dish for beginners or if you haven’t used your Pit Boss in a while. 

This recipe can also be used with any pellet grill if you don’t have a Pit Boss

Smoked Pork Butt Pit Boss Recipe

Smoked Turkey with Maple BBQ Rub

Ideal for the holiday season, but smoked turkey can be made all year round!

The combination of cooking the turkey and the BBQ sauce gives it a wonderful smoky flavor. 

Unlike oven-roasting, this recipe keeps the meat moist without having to constantly baste it. 

Cooking time will depend on the size of your turkey, so be sure to keep an eye on your meat for the last hour or so. 

Pit Boss Macaroni and Cheese 

A delicious spin on classic comfort food. 

By cooking this dish with a Pit Boss you get a unique smoky flavor. 

Take your mac and cheese to the next level by adding bacon, green onions, white onion, chorizo, or pulled pork. 

Pork Loin on a Pit Boss


There is nothing like a juicy pork loin smoked low and slow!

You don’t want your to turn out dry, so follow my recipe

Juicy Smoked Chicken Breasts

Want a meal that will impress but is super simple?

Try smoking your chicken breasts!

Follow my simple recipe here

Smoked Carne Asada On A Pit Boss/


There is nothing like juicy, zesty carne asada!

Plus this recipe serves it up in tacos!

Smoked carne asada tacos recipe

Whole Smoked Chicken


A whole chicken stays super juicy when smoked in a Pit Boss!

See how to smoke your whole chicken here

Smoked Sweet Potatoes


Add some extra flavor to your vegetables by smoking them!

Recipe:  Smoked Sweet Potatoes Pit Boss 

Smoked Pizza

Frozen Pizza on Pellet Grill

Amp up the flavor of your pizza and smoke it!

See how to smoke a pizza here.

Cedar Plank Salmon

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Want a new way to cook your salmon?

You have to try cooking your salmon on a cedar plank!

See the recipe for cedar plank salmon here

Pit Boss Baked Beans


If you haven’t made beans in your smoker, your missing out!

See how to make your beans in a smoker here.

Juicy Steaks on The Pit Boss


You gotta try these steaks!

There are smoked and reverse seared!

Try the Pellet Grill Steaks now!

Smoked Baby Back Ribs


These baby back pork ribs are EVERYTHING you EVER wanted.

Juicy, moist, and has an incredible crust.

Recipe: Smoked Baby Back Ribs On Pit Boss Pellet Grill 

Smoked Corn With Garlic Butter


Forget grilled corn.

You NEED to smoke your corn

It adds an incredible flavor

See how to smoke your corn here.

Homemade Beef Jerky


Making your own beef jerky is 100% worth it!

You can control the flavor and salt!

Plus you get to sample as much as you want!

See how to make beef jerky on your Pit Boss

Simple Spatchcock Chicken


It’s easier to spatchcock your chicken!

See the 5 simple steps plus how to smoke the chicken so it comes out juicy and tender

 How To Cook A Spatchcock Chicken On A Pit Boss Pellet Grill 

Smoked Cream Cheese

This unique recipe is for those who have tried every dish on their Pit Boss and are looking for more. 

This smoked cream cheese is cheap, has a great smokey flavor, and is perfect for an appetizer. 

You can also smoke the cream cheese alongside meat if you’re cooking multiple things at once. 

Smoking cream cheese takes about 2-3 hours, so make sure to put it into your cooking chamber early. 

Smoked Dry Rub Chicken Wings

This is a really simple wing recipe and one that results in a mouth-watering dish. 

You can use store-bought seasoning or make up your own from what you have at home. 

For extra crispy wings, increase the cooking temperature for the last 20-30 minutes. 

These wings go well as a side dish, with hot sauce or on their own. 

Smoked Meatloaf

Meatloaf is a classic, hearty dish that smokes well on a Pit Boss. Be sure to let the meatloaf cool for 10-15 minutes before serving so that it doesn’t fall apart. 

We recommend serving this meatloaf with green vegetables or mashed potatoes. The smoke flavor will increase the day after cooking, so be sure to save some of this dish for leftovers!

Deciding what to cook doesn’t have to be overwhelming. 

There are plenty of Pit Boss recipes out there for you to try. 

Whether you’re a beginner or a regular Pit Boss cooker, there’s something for every household. 

We love the versatility of the Pit Boss and the many different foods you can cook with it!

Do you have a favorite Pit Boss dish? 

Smoke On!


Author: Charlie Reeves
Hi, I’m Charlie, I am head taste tester at Simply Meat Smoking! I love it grilling, smoking, and getting out in the yard with the kids! The family also love to test all my recipes (especially my EXTRA CRISPY pulled pork, smoky pork loin, and ANY SEAFOOD I grill)

You will usually find me playing with the kids, perfecting my brisket bark, or sipping beers with boys around the fire. Can’t wait to share all my delicious smoking and grilling adventures with you!

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