100% Red Oak Pellets - 7 lb. Trial Size - FREE Shipping!*

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Product Overview

Yields heavy smoke, but mild flavor. Excellent all-around hardwood that imparts a smoked flavor to meats with no aftertaste. Burns hotter than most woods. Good blended with other stronger flavor woods, such as hickory. Great for "Santa Maria" style. 100% Pure Red Oak hardwood. 

7 lb. Trial Size

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  • Highest Quality BBQ Grilling and Smoking Pellets
  • Clean burning 100% pure all-natural hardwood
  • No fillers, binders, sprays, oils, scents or artificial ingredients
  • Made from whole logs, not wood residue
  • Great for ANY BRAND of pellet grills and smokers
  • Hot burning, high BTU output and very little ash
  • Made in U.S.A.

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  • 5
    Red Oak

    Posted by David R on Sep 22nd 2020

    Bought 7lbs Red Oak ... the Traeger got real! Made my Traeger Aficionado Outlaw Father, you know the difference between In-laws and Outlaws? ... Outlaws are wanted, ... well I made him a Cardiff Crack tri-tip using QRO pellets and the steak was out of this world! It was the pellets! It was the slowest meal we have eaten because we didn’t want it to end! So hats off to Q Pellets!

  • 5
    Best Pellets... Period!

    Posted by Kevin on Aug 12th 2020

    I don’t have a pellet grill. I use these with my (Amazing!) GrillGrates on my (15 year old!) Weber Grill! I sprinkle them in the corners and they smolder perfectly, providing a nice light “kiss of smoke” with no flare-up and minimal ash! Yummy!!!

  • 5
    Red Oak

    Posted by Steven Allen on Jul 28th 2020

    First thing I noticed on start up, was the amount of smoke that these pellets produced. Perfect for the reverse seared steaks I was planning. These pellets burn extra hot. My fault for not watching them more closely. Normally, my steaks take 55 minutes for medium rare; these took 40 and by the time I checked them, they were medium. But the flavor was what I remember cooking over red oak tastes like. Delicious.