Total Time
2hrs 2mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Almost embarrasing how easy this is....but whenever I make this people ask WHAT did you to these & can I have your "secret" recipe!!!


  1. Cover ribs heavily with bbq sauce in a large baking dish.
  2. Bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees for 60-90 minutes.
  4. Baste occasionally with sauce during cooking time.


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I tried these a while ago actually but thought I'd comment :) I used whatever bottle of sauce we had in the cabinets and let them cook on 350 or so, and everybody loved them. They were super tender and just really amazing. I used to dislike this specific cut of meat, but with this recipe I love them. Another time, I put a package of ribs, with some halved and sliced white onion, sprinkled the ribs with seasoning salt and added two smaller bottles of bbq sauce in a crockpot on high for 8 hours, and they were awesome. I took took the bones out, pulled the meat apart, threw in a few teaspoons of brown sugar and turned it into a pulled bbq pork sandwich filling. BF loved it and took it to work all week. Thank you so much for such a simple way to make these!

MesaLiketoCook May 21, 2011

I do not know how to cook and was looking for something special and easy to make for my boyfriend. It had to be easy and quick. All recipes for ribs I found took about 3 hrs if not longer and had alot to them. This was the easiest receipe I found. I used KC BBQ sauce hickory and brown sugar. This was the BEST meal I have ever cooked. The ribs literally melted in our mouth. He was extremely impressed. He gave it an excellent and I've never got an excellent out of him :) Thank you!

wml_mich November 09, 2007

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