Slow cooker BBQ ribs are melt-in-your-mouth delicious! Allow your slow cooker to handle all of the work so you can come home to sticky, fall-apart ribs!
Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs are quick and delicious! Fall-off-the-bone delicious ribs baked to perfection with a BBQ sticky sauce and caramelized edges! The 4-ingredient marinade is by far the best marinade to smother on ribs.

A nice nice dose of garlic in our marinade is the secret to the degree of deliciousness in these ribs. Normally, the oven is our best buddy when desiring and cooking oven baked ribs, but in our hectic lives, the Slow Cooker has become my favorite kitchen tool. Move over, oven…

The wonderful thing about Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs is that they can be made at any time of year. Slow cooking ribs breaks down the connective tissue in the meat, allowing it to fall apart and become soft. Brushing the ribs with a great barbecue sauce glaze with a blast of garlic and Cayenne pepper (optional), then broiled for a further 2 minutes until bubbling, charred, and crispy on the tops and edges insures the tastiest ribs you’ve ever had.

Ingredients: *

2 tablespoons barbecue sauce
2 teaspoons brown sugar 3 minced garlic cloves 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
° 1 tsp cayenne pepper (optional) ° 4 to 5 lbs baby back ribs

  • guidelines:

The first step is to pour the barbecue sauce into a zip-top bag.
If desired, add brown sugar, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and cayenne pepper.
The following is the second step:
Close the bag with a zip and knead it with your hands to thoroughly combine the sauce ingredients.
Open the package and place the ribs inside.
Third, seal the bag and shake it vigorously to completely coat the ribs.
Spray the inside of the crock cooker.
The fourth step is to open the bag and place the ribs in the slow cooker.
Pour half of the sauce from the bag into the crock pot, covering the ribs completely.
Fifth, cook for 4 to 5 hours on high heat to drop bone meat, or 9 hours on medium heat to drop bone.
If you desire ultra lean meat that stays on the bone, simmer for 7 hours on low heat until the boneless meat falls off.
Sixth step: Put some sauce on the table and let everyone decide whether they want more or not.