221 Baby Back Ribs Smoked on a Pellet Grill

2-2-1 Baby Back Ribs Smoked on a Pellet Grill {Recipe for Your Pit Boss, Traeger or Z Grill}

There are a lot of different ways of cooking baby back ribs on a pellet grill but one of the most reliable is the “2-2-1” method.  The framework for this method is to smoke the ribs for two hours, wrap them in foil and cook for two more hours and then take them out of the foil and smoke for one last hour.

Keep reading and we will cover exactly how to smoke 221 baby back ribs on a pellet grill.  This recipe will cover:

  • Prepping the Ribs for the Smoker
  • Smoking Instructions (Temperature and Wood Choices)
  • How to Foil the Ribs
  • Finishing the Baby Back Ribs

Let’s get started!

Smoke the Ribs for one more hour

Grilled Shrimp Scampi Skewers

Weber Grilled Shrimp Scampi Skewers {Flavor Packed!}

I love shrimp and I love grilling so, of course, grilling up skewers of shrimp is one of my favorite tricks when I fire up my Weber gas grill.

This recipe is how I make Grilled Shrimp Scampi.  Give it a try and I am sure you will love it!

Marinate the Shrimp Before Grilling

Start with some decent sized shrimp, preferably in the 16-20 count per pound range.  Make sure that the shrimp are already peeled and deveined before they go into the marinade.

Marinated the shrimp for 30 minutes at room temperature with:

  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons chopped parsley
  • 2 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice
  • 1 Tablespoon chopped garlic
  • 1 teaspoon Tabasco

Shrimp Grilling on Gas Grill

Best Meats to Smoke

Top Ten Best Meats to Smoke: Fan Favorites, Perfect For Beginners!

If you are looking for ideas on what to put in your smoker this weekend then this list has you covered. All of these meats work great in traditional offset smokers, pellet smokers and even electric smokers!  Some of these cuts are small and lean quick cookers that will be done in a little over an hour while others are huge cuts that can take 10-15 hours to finish.

This list includes the classic cuts for pulled pork, a few takes on ribs, brisket and brisket alternatives as well as my absolute favorite steak to put on the pit. 

Whether you are a beginner looking for some easy to approach meats or a seasoned pro looking for some new ideas this list has something for everyone.

Best Meats to Smoke