Easy Melt-In-Your-Mouth Slow Cooker Ribs (made with bbq sauce and Dr Pepper!)
This simple crock pot recipe is absolutely incredible. If you like ribs, you’re going to love this easy way of making them in your slow cooker. Just throw them in there with a heaping cup of bbq sauce and Dr. Pepper! Turn it on low, and 6-8 hours later you’ve got yourself some finger lickin’ bbq ribs that just fall off of the bone.
Serve them with your favorite sides– a buttery baked potato, salad, french fries, or anything else your heart desires.
Ribs are best cooked slow and low to get the most tender meat, so throw them in there in the morning and they should be done just in time for dinner.
When in doubt, eat more ribs.
This easy crockpot dinner idea is fail proof! Just throw these simple ingredients into your slow cooker, and you've got dinner made for a king. It's cheap and requires very little effort. Just let the crockpot do all of the work!
- 1 rack baby back pork ribs
- 1 heaping cup of bbq sauce
- 12 ounces Dr Pepper
Remove the sinew from the ribs (it's the white slimey stuff that looks like skin on the back part of the ribs). Use a knife to pull up the edge, and then use your fingers to pull it off.
Cut the ribs so that they easily fit into your slow cooker (it doesn't matter how big or small you make them).
Place them into the slow cooker and drizzle the bbq sauce over top and then pour the Dr Pepper in.
Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or until the meat is falling off of the bone.
Serve with additional bbq sauce if you'd like. Either way, they're good!!