It’s the season of hearty food, good fun, and wonderful moments with friends and family. Enjoy these 20 beef brisket recipes…

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1. Slow-Cooker Texas BBQ Brisket

Depending on where you’re from, you may have grown up eating a regional variety of barbecue. North Carolina, Kansas City, Memphis. There are almost too many styles to name.

From: EverydayGoodThinking

2. Slow-Cooked Pulled Brisket

Seriously, who can resist this southern classic? It’s comfort food at its best, in the form of meat that melts in your mouth! I’m telling you, it can’t get any better than that. Especially because it is made in the slow cooker, so it’s extremely convenient and the only thing you will have to do is brown the meat and sauté the onions and garlic before adding them to your crockpot.

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From: OliviasCuisine

3. Easy Ultimate Beef Brisket

This is the easiest, Ultimate Beef Brisket topped with Caramelized Onions. This brisket is simple enough for a regular family meal but flavorful enough for a holiday meal!

From: DinnerThenDessert

4. The Best Brisket Recipe

Brisket can be somewhat of a daunting piece of meat.  It is very large, very fatty and notoriously hard to cook.  I’ve always been confused by it with the multitude of different recipes and recommendations that exist.   Should you cook it low and slow?  For 2 hours or 12?  The recommendations are all over the board.  To make matters worse, it is one of Mike’s favorite comfort meals, which equals high expectations.

From: JennySteffens

5. Smokey Barbecue Ribs

So if you want to impress your man or really anyone at all throw these ribs together and enjoy!

From: JuliesEatsAndTreats

6. Life Changing Sunday Brisket

This is a life-changing dinner, made it one pot! Homesick Texan’s Sunday Brisket is easy, over-the-top flavorful, and will change your whole life. If the brisket doesn’t do it, the horseradish jalapeno sauce will!

From: CountryCleaver

7. Slow-Cooked Barbeque Brisket

This mouthwatering Slow Cooked Barbeque Brisket recipe is a new family favorite. 10 minutes of prep time and just pop it in the oven to slow roast to perfection! Perfect easy weeknight meal or game day food!

From: ADishOfDailyLife

8. Slow-Cooker Sweet & Sour Brisket

This Slow Cooker Sweet & Sour Beef Brisket is easy thanks to the slow cooker and delicious thanks to the sauce!

From: YourHomeBasedMom

9. Beer Braised Brisket

Beer Braised Beef Brisket is cooked low and slow for maximum deliciousness. The brisket is braised in a homemade stout beer barbecue sauce that cooks down and leaves behind a deep, rich flavor that mingles nicely with the natural flavor of the beef.

From: OurLifeTastesGood

10. Melt-In-Your-Mouth Oven Cooked Brisket

A simple and mouthwatering oven cooked brisket that is truly fuss-free!  Delicious, tender, and freezer encouraged!!!  This is the ULTIMATE crowd pleaser!  This is part of my perfect high holiday meal!  With plenty of make ahead and freeze options…your dinner table this year will be a breeze!

From: GirlAndTheKitchen

11. Tender Braised Brisket

This Tender Braised Beef Brisket is richly flavorful, succulent, and ultra tender. It can be made ahead of time and tastes even better the next day.

From: ChewOutLoud

12. Smoked Brisket Pizza

We all have that one food we can’t live without. Our food vice. Our weakness. Mine is French fries. I remember at my bachelorette party/wedding shower (it was one in the same party), my girlfriends organized all of my favorite things to eat and drink. What it boiled down to really was a huge plate full of French fries and bottles of sparkling wine. The perfect meal!

From: Vindulges

13. Delicious Braised Brisket with Mushrooms

It is so delicious that I arm wrestled my husband for the privilege of cleaning up the kitchen – not because I was feeling particularly altruistic – but because I knew if I was alone “cleaning up the kitchen” I could continue to snitch pieces of this glorious meat. All in the name of continued sustenance to help with the cleaning up process, of course.

From: MelsKitchenCafe

14. Slow-Cooker Mexican Brisket

Easy Slow Cooker Mexican Brisket recipe, simmered with chiles, and spices making it so easy to shred.  Perfect for making tacos, nachos, burritos, salads, or anything you want!

From: HouseOfYumm

15. Easy Beef Brisket

Easy Beef Brisket! How to cook beef brisket in oven, slathered in a mixture of BBQ sauce and soy sauce, wrapped in foil, and baked until falling apart tender. This beef brisket is simple and delicious.

From: SimplyRecipes

16. Slow-Cooker Brisket & Onions

If you ask me about comfort food, I will answer promptly: slow-cooked brisket. This old-fashioned pot roast, cooked quietly in the slow cooker all day with just a handful of ingredients and a mess of caramelized onions, makes a rich broth and meat that melts in your mouth.

From: TheKitchn

17. Delicious Oven Cooked Barbeque Brisket

Full-flavored delicious Oven Cooked Barbecue Brisket marinated overnight, and then cooked on low heat yielding a smokey tender flavor!

From: TheFoodieAffair

18. One Pot Red Wine Braised Beef Roast

This red wine braised beef roast is an easy one-pot meal that is downright comfort food. One pot + beef roast + carrots + onions + garlic = food for the soul.

From: SoDamnDelish

19. Melt-In-Your-Mouth Mississippi Pot Roast

Mississippi Pot Roast – The most delicious pot roast you will EVER eat! Made with just five simple ingredients and slow cooked in the crockpot, you are going to fall in love with this!

From: BelleOfTheKitchen

20. The Easiest Fall-Apart Pot Roast

This pot roast is one of those dishes that I make over and over for my family. First of all, it’s a slow cooker meal so it’s super easy. Second of all, it has AMAZING amounts of flavor! The meat falls apart so easily and the potatoes and carrots are so tender they basically melt in your mouth. And the gravy that it makes… I could drink it with a straw.

From: CocoAndAsh

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