Crock-Pot BBQ Ribs

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  • 3 pounds pork ribs (I used St. Louis Style because they're meatier)
  • sea salt (to taste, like THIS - adjust according to the saltiness of your barbecue sauce)
  • black pepper (to taste, I like to add a generous amount)
  • 1 teaspoon granulated garlic (or garlic powder)
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 2 teaspoons seasoning (your favorite, blend or rib rub, I used a pineapple serrano seasoning)
  • 1 1/2 cups barbecue sauce (*, homemade or store-bought)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium70% DV1690mg
    Fat138% DV90g
    Protein116% DV59g
    Carbs14% DV41g
    Fiber8% DV2g
    Calories1250Calories from Fat810
    Total Fat90g138%
    Saturated Fat31g155%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat810
    Total Carbohydrate41g14%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A6%
    Vitamin C4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    jim Brinkley 6 months ago
    fantastic ribs , definitely make these often. Easier than cooking in oven and on grill.
    Mina Adams 7 months ago
    Finger licking good family approved!
    Mary Adams 7 months ago
    It's really good. It the only way my husband will eat ribs now.
    tender and delicious
    Debbie Robertson 9 months ago
    Great I would certainly make this again
    Eckles 10 months ago
    turned out pretty well! I also broiled the rack of ribs for about 10 minutes and was very good.
    Dawn a year ago
    Good. Broiled it in the oven for 10 minutes. Meat fell right off the bone.
    Boyd a year ago
    The ribs came out perfect! Thank you.
    Buzzy Alexander 2 years ago
    Very good!!! "Fall off the bone" As they say.
    JA 2 years ago
    Very good. The BBQ sause cooked off the ribs. The last 30 minutes of cooking I drained all of the juices from the crock and continued cooking, it gave the ribs more of an off the grill appearance.
    Freda H. 2 years ago
    it came out great. i just glazed it twice under broil. next time i won't use mesquite smoke kraft bbq sauce. didnt like the smell. boyfriend loved it.
    John Schneider 3 years ago
    These ribs were incredible! Fall off the bone, and oh so tender. Followed the recipe exactly. Not gonna lie, i was a little hesitant, especially with standing the ribs on their side, but they came out perfect!
    Gregory Nelson 3 years ago
    As usual, awesome!!!!! Fall off the bone tender! I would recommend this to everyone that enjoys good BBQ!!
    Nina W. 3 years ago
    Easy and tasty! Have cooked on high and low, both ways turn out beautifully. I've used different spices for my rub. We like things spicy at our house, cayenne or red pepper flakes help with that. Nice to have great homemade ribs in the dead of winter without using the bbq.
    Sacharie Rystrom 3 years ago
    Delicuous and easy! Made exactly as directions instructrd and uses Sweet Baby Rays Bbq sauce. Will definitely make again!
    Chrissy Jost 3 years ago
    Soooo good!! Easy to make. The meat just falls right off the bone. Used Sweet Baby arrays BBQ Sauce and McKormicks rib dry rub!
    Angel T. 3 years ago
    Delish! Adding my own little touch of mango peach salsa to the sauce! Family approved! 😋😋🍽🙌🏽😋😋
    Stefanie Regina 4 years ago
    The best ribs I've ever made in the crockpot. Fall off the bone meat with layers of flavor! Simple recipe, my family loved this meal! I will make again!