World’s Best Turkey Burger & Grilled S’mores

Trying to keep leaner and meaner?  We totally get it, so much so, we decided to make a turkey burger to help with that.  This bad boy has it all, well had it all, we trimmed some of the toppings off.  Happy Grilling.

  • Yield: Serves 8 – 4oz burgers
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes
  • Cook time: 15-20 minutes to an internal temp of 160 degrees


Measure � Ingredient                                                    Prep Notes     �

2 lbs           � Turkey, Ground                                        Fresh

3-4 Tbsp     � Oink Rub, or Tiki Tiki Rub                                                                             �

4 Tbsp        � Sauce, Red BBQ Sauce

4 Tbsp        � Sauce, Low Country BBQ Sauce

Topping Suggestions:             �

Bun, Kings Hawaiian Burger Bun

Cheese, Horseradish

Lettuce, Shredded

Tomato, Sliced

Pickles, Bread, and Butter Planks

Prep Directions:

  • 50/50 Sauce Prep
    • Mix equal parts of both flavors of bbq sauce in a small bowl
    • Save for basting

Cooking Notes:

  • Be sure to have your grill pre-heated to HIGH or 400-425 degrees

Cooking Directions:

  • Using this amazing tool, the Burger Master!
  • Be sure to rinse and dry this before the first use
  • Add the Oink or Tiki Tiki Rub – Adjust level to as light or as heavy as you desire
    • Sprinkle half the rub on the bottom of the Burger Master
    • Save the other half for the top layer
  • Push all 2# of ground turkey into the burger master and flatten, season the top layer
  • Place the cover on the burger master and push firmly to form the burgers
  • Store in the fridge for 4 hours, or overnight if desired, this will help set the burgers and let the seasoning soak in
  • Pre-heat Grill to 400-425 degrees
    • For added flavor, chicken may be smoked by adding a smoker tube or smoker box to your grill. Use smoking chips to provide as light or as heavy as preferred while grilling
  • Open the preheated grill and place the Burgers onto the grill grate
  • Sear on the first side for 3-4 minutes, open the lid, and using a spatula turn over the turkey burger to the second side
  • Close the lid and cook for 3-4 minutes
  • After the final turn, using your instant-read digital thermometer, start to check the internal temp of Turkey
  • Once the temp reads 160 Degrees, you are fully cooked
  • Baste with the 50/50 Sauce on both sides and remove from the grill, using a spatula
  • Serve with extra 50/50 BBQ dipping sauce on the side
  • Serve on toasted buns and with your choice of amazing condiments

Always follow manufacturer’s instructions before using any product.


Ready for another fun way to add some smoke flavor to your food?  This recipe is a fun twist on s’mores  and is fun for the kids to make.  Try our Reserve Blend pellets for a great smoke flavor of apple, cherry and oak.

  • Yield: 12 Cones
  • Prep time: 5-8 Minutes
  • Cook time: 15 Minutes at 275 Degrees


Measure        Ingredient                                                   Prep Notes

12 Ea              Waffle or Sugar Cones                             4 oz Size

Chocolate Chips, Ghirardelli                 Milk Chocolate

Marshmallows, Mini


Butterscotch Chips, Mini M&M’s or Mini Peanut Butter Cups

Cooking Notes:

  • This can be done on the TraegerWeber or Big Green Egg
  • Add some smoke to build flavor. Smoke tube, smoke box or smoker cubes
  • Temps remain the same for Traeger, Weber or Big Green Egg

Cooking Directions:

  • Preheat your Traeger to 275 Degrees
  • Place the Popper rack on your counter and load with the 12 cones
    • Be sure to arrange the cones so they don’t fall over when loaded full of goodies
  • Layer the inside of the cones as follows
    • Bottom – a few mini marshmallows
    • 2nd Layer – Milk Chocolate Chips
    • 3rd Layer – Mini Marshmallows
    • Top – Milk Chocolate Chips
  • Place into the pre-heated Traeger
  • Cook for 5-7 minutes or until the layer is bubbly and browned
  • Using insulated gloves or tongs, carefully remove the cones from the Traeger and serve with a napkin wrapped around the bottom of the cone
  • Be sure to let cool slightly before the first bite
  • We do not recommend removing the full rack from the cones, trust me when I tell you this. The “test” batch may have landed all over the ground.

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