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Whether you are having people over for a backyard barbecue or simply want a meal that your family is sure to love, this recipe for OMG BBQ Ribs is just what you need. These slow cooker pork ribs are sticky, flavorful, and delicious. Cooking the ribs at a low temperature for eight hours will allow all of the great flavors to infuse into the meat, and will make the ribs so tender that the meat will fall right off the bone when they are done cooking. These ribs can be paired with some wonderful corn on the cob and amazing and creamy mashed potatoes. Nothing like some terrific ribs to pump up your day!

Slow Cooker Time LOW6 hr

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I like to use the Stubbs spicy barbeque sauce myself, but I sometimes will make my own with ketchup, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, spices, and a couple drops of liquid smoke. It helps to remove the silverskin from the back of the ribs before cooking - often the butcher will do this for you for free.

What is your favorite BBQ sauce to use on your ribs? Ours is Sweet Baby Ray's Original BBQ Sauce (no affiliation). We have no idea why it is so good, but it is a staple in our house, and no pulled pork sandwich goes without it. I can almost taste your ribs now just thinking about it.

I just got some ribs and was trying to figure out what I shold do with them. The crock pot is an excellent idea. I love to use my crock pot. This recipe looks yummy and full of flavor. I will probably make some baked beans in my other crock pot. I also think some mac and cheese sounds like a good idea as well.


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