Crockpot barbecue ribs slow cooked fall of the boon with homemade barbecue sauce. That is on the menu today. It is super easy and super delicious. Want to learn how you can make this Crockpot barbecue ribs? Lets get started!
Finally I have a Crockpot not just any Crockpot but a Crockpot express. It lets you slow cook and cook under high pressure. Which is ideally because depending on the amount of time you have you can either slow or fast cook.
These barbecue ribs are slow cooked first and caramelized under the grill second. With this tried and tested barbecue sauce it is even easier to get the best crockpot barbecue ribs with homemade barbecue sauce.
The Crockpot Express is a 7 in 1 multi cooking tool. When slow cooked in the Crockpot you get fall off the bone tender barbecue ribs. This is how it should be with ribs:
- The meat should always off the bone,
- It should be tender and soft
- A little caramelized
- Sweet and spicy
If you want to cook ribs buy good quality ribs from your butcher. What is also very important is to remove the membrane. You can do that easily yourself.
The membrane is at the back of the ribs. Take the membrane between thumb and forefinger and pull it lose. Ribs without a membrane absorbs the sauce better.
Crockpot barbecue ribs ingredient
So what do you need to make this Crockpot barbecue ribs? Make sure you have the following ingredients:
- Barbecue sauce
- Brown sugar
- Worcestershire sauce
- Cayenne pepper (optional for a hint of spice)
- Pork ribs
- Salt to taste
How to make Crockpot barbecue ribs
The preparation of this recipe is ultra short. If you make homemade barbecue sauce it will take a little longer. Start by finely chopping the garlic.
Remove the membrane from the ribs and put them in the Crockpot. Rub the brown sugar, a touch of Worcestershire sauce, the cayenne pepper and salt on the ribs.
Then pour the barbecue sauce on top of the ribs. Now close the Crockpot and it on. You have two options when you slow cook. You can put it on high or on low. If you also love your ribs to be fall of the bone set your slow cooker to:
- Turn to LOW: set the clock on 9 HOURS / Turn to HIGH: set the clock at 4½ HOURS
If you want soft ribs but like the meat to stay on the bone set your slow cooker to:
- Turn to LOW: set the clock on 7 HOURS / Turn to HIGH: set the clock at 3½ HOURS
In this recipe I put it on High for 4½ hours. Now preheat your oven and set it to broil. Put parchment paper on a baking tray. Take the barbecue ribs and put them on the baking tray.
Make sure the barbecue sauce is evenly distributed on the ribs and brush the sauce on the ribs. Broil the barbecue ribs for about 5 to 10 minutes until the sauce was bubbling and the edges a little charred.
Your Crockpot barbecue ribs are ready to serve.
Eat your Crockpot barbecue ribs with
Need some ideas to eat your barbecue ribs with take a look at the dishes below:
- Mexican fries – these crispy fries are great with Crockpot barbecue ribs
- Hot Tex-Mex rice – this Mexican rice is one of the best side recipes for Crockpot barbecue ribs
- Mexican potatoes – easy but perfect with ribs
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Easy Crockpot barbecue ribs are slow cooked to perfection and give you fall off the bone tender meat. This might be the easiest barbecue ribs ever.
- 1½ kg baby back pork ribs
- 300ml barbecue sauce
- 1½ tablespoons brown sugar
- 3 garlic cloves minced
- 1 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
- Salt to taste
- 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
Finely chop the garlic
Remove the membrane from the ribs and put them in the Crockpot
Rub the brown sugar, a touch of Worcestershire sauce, the cayenne pepper and salt on the ribs
Pour the barbecue sauce on top of the ribs
Turn the Crockpot on HIGH for 4½ hours
Preheat your oven and set it to broil. Put parchment paper on a baking tray. Take the barbecue ribs and put them on the baking tray
Brush the barbecue sauce evenly on the ribs. Broil the barbecue ribs for about 5 to 10 minutes until the sauce was bubbling and the edges a little charred
Ready to serve
If you want soft ribs but like the meat to stay on the bone set your slow cooker to: Turn to LOW: 7 HOURS / Turn to HIGH: 3½ HOURS
Calories: 584; Fat: 21g; Carbs: 84g; Protein: 14g