Kim's Easy Crock Pot Maple Country Ribs

"Got this recipe from a very busy friend, Kim, who loves good food but sometimes doesn't have time to cook. This is a great tasting meal. I have served it with rice or mashed potatoes and vegetables."
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
photo by Bergy
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
Ready In:
9hrs 10mins




  • Place ribs in crock pot or slow cooker.
  • Combine the remaining ingredients and pour over the ribs.
  • Cook on low for 7 to 9 hours, or until very tender.
  • Serve as desired.

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  1. Gingerbear
    These were absolutely delicious and the ribs fell right off the bone. I used pork back ribs for this. They were melt in your mouth wonderful. However, I didnt feel the the recipe makes enough sauce so I made lots since I love it like that. Other than that. Great recipe. I will use this again. Thank you for a great recipe.
  2. Leta8076
    [b]Oh My Gosh![/b]These are the best ribs I have ever tasted! I also doubled the sauce, because I was using spareribs (it was what I had on hand) and didn't want the sauce to get lost in the broth. No worry about that though! They were indescribe-ably delicious!
  3. Panino
    Absolutely delicious! Restaraunt quality meal. The sauce was sweet and spicy. Ribs fell apart and were scruptious! Thanks for a super easy and super special dinner!
  4. ellie_
    Although these were fall-off-the-bone these needed something added to give these ribs more of a kick - they were a bit bland for us.
  5. Bergy
    These ribs are fall off the bone succulent - I cooked them for 7 hours on low and kept them on Warm for another hour - perfect. I served them with Denzil's "Peaches and Scream" hot sauce-I do like hot, boiled potatoes, steamed carrots and light fried cabbage- Excellent dinner thanks Chrissyo


<p>I live on the east coast of Australia. I am a proud descendant of two Aboriginal tribes. <br /><br />I spent my early childhood in Western Queensland and the Northern Territory. My mother was employed as a cook on various cattle and sheep stations. Through my mother I learnt to love and enjoy cooking fresh food. <br /><br />Last September, 2003, I had the pleasure of meeting JenT, Jewelies, their respective DHs and Jewelies? gorgeous daughter who was a treat to meet. One day, I hope I can go to New Zealand to visit JenT?s homeland. <br /><br />I enjoy reading cookbooks for cover to cover. My goal is to cook all the recipes I have collected in my Zaar cookbook.</p>
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