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These are fantastic! Very juicy & tender, and the maple syrup isn't overpowering. I highly recommend! -Mary
These were wonderful! I didn't have time to use the crockpot so I did them on the stove top on a low heat. It took about 2 hours to cook them, but watch them close the last 1/2 hour of cooking. The maple and applesauce turned into a thick syrup that coated the ribs nicely and even was a little crispy in some places. Very sticky, but very yummy.
I agree easy to make good taste. You don’t get all sticky messy from these. But we do love sticky messy ribs too.
I just made this for dinner last night, the meat was so tender it fell off the bones! It was a crowd pleaser! I took one of the other reviewer's suggestion and added a little hot pepper sauce (to cut the sweetness a bit), and although the recipe makes the ribs very sweet.....they were mouth watering! Thanks so much for the recipe!
We don't eat pork, so I used the sauce on chicken breasts .. didn't have applesauce so I used oil, and cooked it on high for 4 hours .. Best crockpot recipe I've ever tried, thanks!!!
I enjoyed this recipe. I added a few drops of hot sauce to give it a kick. Really wonderful
well it is easy to make, my grandson and husband really love it they thought the gray had a good tastemy grandson is 5 he said i was the best cooker in the world,thanks for the recipe
Tastes great and not at all difficult to make, and since I forgot to start it when I'd planned I cooked it on high for about 3 hours and it turned out fine. The meat practically fell apart on the plate.
This is definately my new recipe for cooking ribs. I followed the directions exactly.