9 Reviews

This was good but not fantabulous for us. I used bone in center cut ribs, cooked on low for five hours. I didn't have real maple syrup and I had NO maple taste at all. The next day these were very dry which indicates to me that they were cooked too long. I might try them again with a little tweaking (the recipe, that is)!

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etully June 17, 2014

my husband and i LOVE THIS RECIPE! i did make some additions, such as a dash of apple juice and a big dash of white wine. the finished product yielded melt-in-you-mouth heaven. try this recipe - you will not be disappointed!

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maryjanejam November 24, 2012

This was really good! I had a little over 3 lbs of boneless ribs so I doubled the ingerdients. I didn't have pure maple syrup so I up'd the amount to 3/4 cup. I also used ginger powder since I didn't have fresh. It made a nice sauce that was very flavorful. Will use the leftovers for shredded pork sandwiches or tacos.

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AZPARZYCH June 10, 2010

Very easy and quick to prepare. The aroma throughout the house while these were cooking was very wonderful. Not one rib left in the crock after supper. This is a keeper!

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katobow May 31, 2010

FANTASTIC as can be! This IS a TERRIFIC recipe! Used tamari instead of soy sauce to cult down on salt, TRUE! And sugarless maple syrup like someone did suggest in their review! DEFINATELY do not miss worchestershire sauce, This recipe can be used as ANY course! Was done in 6 hours, but let them go on low, The meats literally melted in my mouth, and boy at our party they did GO!!!! EVERYONE commented, went for seconds, AND thirds, TRUE! Thanks for a wonderfully, exciting, "different" recipe that non sugar people can enjoy too! THANKS!

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mickeydownunder November 28, 2009

Needed a recipe for ribs w/out tomato stuff, since DD is allergic. I used 2 T real maple, 2 T veg. glycerin with 1/2 tsp natural maple flavoring, almost 1 tsp garlic powder, 1 tsp powdered ginger and didn't have the Worc. or hot sauce. Used Bragg's for the soy sauce. Family liked it, although it was a bit too salty. Next time I will cut down on the soy sauce and be sure to use the Worc.

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WI Cheesehead August 04, 2009

Has a really great and unique flavor. It would be really nice for a holiday dinner. Probably my fault, but the meat turned out kind of dry. Flavor was even better then next day during leftovers.

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ErinK January 25, 2009

We are thrilled with this recipe. Neither my husband or myself like BBQ sauce and this recipe produced some of the best ribs that we've had in a long time. I used sugar free syrup and low sodium soy sauce due to my DH's health issues. The ribs were fall off the bone tender and DELICIOUS!!!!!

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BeaJae October 30, 2008

I used sugar free syrup and only had "whole" allspice...flavor turned out really good! I was leary of not adding more liquid - but to my suprise it worked fabulously...liquid came out of the boneless ribs and coverd the ribs for the most part!! I used the liquid to dip my bread in! MMMMMM...will definately make again - super easy!

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Spree August 20, 2008
Maple Slow Cooker Boneless Ribs