Electric Smokers Add Options to Barbecue Fans

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I know, I know- if it’s not smoked using wood, heat and time, it probably ain’t good ‘cue.

I also know not everyone has the opportunity to get a fancy smoker, or have that kind of time to do it that way. There is another option: The electric smoker.

Typically running about two feet tall, these little pint-sized smokers can cut the time of traditional methods, and there are ways to add additional flavor with flavor injecting and various styles of wood-chips that can be placed inside the device.

Here are some units that we think can make some halfway decent barbecue but for a more in depth look at the smokers, check out Cookout Pal.

Smokin-It Model #1 Electric Smoker


Smokin-It Model #1 Electric Smoker

  • Up to 22 lbs. of meat capacity per load
  • 400 watt heating element, 8 amps 120 volt single phase
  • 3″ Diameter rubber casters and 2 removable shelves included
  • All 201, 18 ga. stainless steel construction


Masterbuilt 20070910 30-Inch Black Electric Digital Smoker, Top Controller

  • 730 sq. inches of cooking space with 4 chrome-coated racks and 800 watt heating element
  • Digital temperature and timer controls
  • Thermostat temperature control for even cooking from 100 to 275 degrees F
  • Convenient side loading wood chips, removable drip pan and top air damper
  • Ideal smoker for all experience levels

Here are some great wood chips to check out too!

  • One of the most popular cooking woods
  • Apple wood chips creates less dense smoke
  • Fruity flavor benefits pork and poultry
  • Adds wood smoke flavor to your favorite foods
  • 3-Pound bag

Danny Laurel

I've lived in Texas all my life and can't express how much I love this state. I found that I was enjoying these amazing bbq spots and drinking fantastic Texas-made beer and wanted my buddies and I to be able to share them with our readers.

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