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Our blueberry breakfast casserole melds delicious crusty bread, flavorful smoke and juicy blueberries to create the perfect sweet breakfast for Sunday brunch.
This gluten-free, flourless chocolate cake is dense, moist and bursting full of wood-fired flavor. The homemade raspberry sauce adds a light and tart finish for a sweet and smokin’ dessert.
These easy to make chocolate-coconut brownies by Amanda Haas are gluten-free and full of sweet wood-fired flavor.
Traeger’s gluten free banana bread recipe is the ultimate wood-fired take on a baked good classic.
This easy-to-make favorite is rolling with Traeger’s signature wood-fired flavor. Serve this sweet treat for breakfast or dish it out for dessert.
Keep your spirits bright this holiday season with this smokin' eggnog. A little smoke, vanilla, nutmeg and bourbon make for the perfect cocktail to keep you warm all winter long.
Creamy, refreshing, homemade peppermint ice cream gets covered in wood-fired flavor with smoked hot fudge for the perfect holiday dessert.
These Yorkshire pudding popovers are a must with any Holiday roast. For added flavor, use the rendered fat drippings from a prime rib, or any beef roast instead of canola oil.
Get a jolt of wood-fired flavor with our Baked Coffee Cake recipe. This morning staple will get your day off and running on the right foot.
This dessert will turn your taste buds upside down. Rich cake batter is layered over a tart blood orange and brown sugar base then baked on the Traeger to caramelized perfection.
Spice up your hot chocolate routine this season with our Smoked Chili Hot Chocolate recipe. This winter favorite combines sweet and spicy in one mug, keeping you warm with wood-fired flavor.
It's not hard to tell 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.
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