143 Reviews

Very tender and delicious! I think next time I will add the bbq sauce the last hour of cooking though, and drain some of the liquid off first. I found the sauce to be too watery for my tastes, but I will definately make this again! Even my hubby who normally doesn't like ribs thought they were great! Thanks for posting a great recipe!

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canarygirl September 12, 2002

I'm not a big pork fan, but these looked to be so tender that I just had to try them. I can't have Masterpiece sauce because of the high sodium content, so I substituted homemade "Smoky Sauce for Ribs" and I posted the sauce recipe today.

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Mille® February 05, 2002

OUTSTANDING!!!! Who would have ever thought such a simple recipe could make such tasty ribs. But, it does. I have a 5 year old who is an extremely picky eater, but he tore into these like there was no tomorrow. A real winner. I can't wait to make them again. By the way, don't try to pick them up by the bone, it will just fall out......

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Tsmith70 April 24, 2002

I cannot believe how good these are!!! Thank you Thank you Thank you!! Soooo easy too! I never thought I could make ribs like this myself! Everyone was nuts for them!

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Zul January 31, 2002

Mmmm Mmmm good!! Really easy and so tasty. I used a good homemade BBQ sauce and it sure did the trick. And you are correct Bethany, the meat does fall off the bone!! This simple recipe will be done again without a doubt!!

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Tebo August 12, 2002

this will be my new way to cook ribs from now on. the ribs are so tender and juicy. i did find the sauce too thin for our taste but that's just a personal preference kinda thing. i pulled the ribs after 7 hours on low and drained off the liquid and put a schmear on them and a dry rub on them and put them in the oven at 350 for 20 min to cook out the raw spice taste. then i slathered them with more kc masterpiece and broiled them for about 2-3 minutes. DELISH! dh says that these are more tender than mine and he is right. thanks to bethany because this one's a keeper. tt

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taylortwo January 06, 2003

DELICIOUS! I thought this was the easiest recipe. It had very few ingredients. I read the reviews and put the bbq sauce (Sweet Baby Ray's) when there was one hour left in cooking and before I did i drained the grease. I also added 1 tbsp. of brown sugar. Great flavor, fall of the bone! Will make again.

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dasurace March 07, 2010

I have never been able to do ribs, until now! These were great, I did cook them on high for awhile, cause I wanted them to be done when hubby got home. They were a big hit with everyone! And so easy and the taste, so good! Thanks!

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Aunt Paula February 25, 2003

I've made these ribs a ton of times! My husband said they are restaurant quality, which is an excellent compliment coming from him! They are definitely fall of the bone. It's actually hard to get them out of the crock pot because they are falling off the bone so easily! I rub them with a pork rub the night before and then follow the recipe listed. The other thing that I do is I brush them with extra BBQ sauce after they come out of the crockpot, and I put them under the broiler in the oven until they get crispy. ENJOY!!!

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JessicaGuinn01 July 02, 2011

I made this yesterday for the first time and they were wonderful! My husband said they were the best ribs he had ever eaten. I did cook them first with just the onions and seasonings, poured off the liquid and then added the BBQ sauce. Thanks so much for posting. I will be making this a lot.

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bayousong October 31, 2010
Slow Cooked BBQ Ribs (For Crock Pot)