Fall off the bone crockpot ribs. Meet the most fall-off-the-bone tender, no oven, I-think-I'm-gonna-need-a-bigger-bib Crockpot Ribs. Do yourself and every rib lover in your life a finger-lickin' favor: put a batch in your slow cooker. The original catalyst for this easy crockpot ribs recipe was Ben's enthusiasm for all things barbecue and my love for simple, hands-free cooking in the slow cooker.
Well, when my buddy Brandie over at The Country Cook posted her recipe for Crock Pot BBQ Ribs , I got to wondering about adapting my recipe for the slow cooker. Fall Off the Bone Crockpot Cola Ribs. Fall Off the Bone Crockpot Cola Ribs are so ridiculously easy with limited ingredients and tossed in the slow cooker. You can have Fall off the bone crockpot ribs using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Fall off the bone crockpot ribs
- Prepare 2 cup of sweet and sticky bulls eye sauce.
- Prepare 1 cup of old west hickory bulls eye sauce.
- You need 1 can of cream of chicken (I use campbells).
- It’s 1 tsp of onion powder.
- It’s 1 tsp of garlic powder.
- You need 1 tsp of black pepper.
- It’s 4 lb of ribs.
Great for busy days anytime of year. Serve with mashed potatoes, green beans or baked beans on the side for a great family meal. Evenly rub the spice mix over the tops, bottoms, and sides of all of the ribs. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
Fall off the bone crockpot ribs step by step
- Whisk all ingredients together in medium bowl..
- Add ribs to crockpot, pour mixture over the ribs..
- Set crockpot to low, let cook 7 to 8 hours.
- You can also let the ribs cook half the time then put on the BBQ..
Using tongs, carefully transfer the ribs onto the lined baking sheet, as the meat will be falling off of the bones. They are rubbed with a smoky-sweet spice blend and cooked in the slow cooker until these crockpot ribs are fall off the bone tender and then smothered in your favorite barbecue sauce. Serve crockpot ribs for game day or a weeknight dinner served alongside some Macaroni Salad, Homemade Baked French Fries and Corn on the Cob. John said I had to show everyone just how nicely the ribs fell off the bone. He was in awe of these slow cooker ribs and said they were amazing.