I cooked these Crock Pot Country Style Ribs for dinner this week and thought I’d share the recipe again so you can enjoy them too!
A super easy and delicious recipe from ThePeacefulMom.com!
- 3-4 lbs. country style ribs
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- Lawry's Seasoning Salt to taste
- 1 and 1/2 cups barbecue sauce (Jack Daniels Sauce is delicious!)
- 1 tablespoon Liquid Smoke
- Coat crock pot with olive oil.
- Brown ribs in a heavy skillet in about 1 tablespoon olive oil.
- Sprinkle ribs with Lawry's Seasoning Salt and place in slow cooker.
- Cover ribs with barbecue sauce (we like Jack Daniels Sauce) and Liquid Smoke.
- Cook on low 6-8 hours.
Brown ribs in a stainless steel or iron skillet with enough olive oil to coat the pan. Sprinkle ribs with Lawry's Seasoning Salt and place in a 9x11 glas baking dish. Cover ribs with BBQ sauce. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour and 30 minutes or until ribs are cooked in center. Baste with BBQ sauce every 30 minutes if desired.
The crock pot ribs are more tender. The baked ribs are firmer.
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OOOh! I vote for the crock ribs as i know they will be fall apart delish! This reminds me of why I love my crock pot so much!
I just started using your website, and I think it’s wonderful. Thank you for sharing all your work! Here’s my problem – I don’t know much about meat cuts but I wanted to try your country-style rib recipe. We have baby-back ribs on sale at my grocery store. Will they cook up the same as country-style ribs? Thank you!
Hi Becky–The only thing that I know is that the country style ribs have more meat on the bones, so I would assume that means that baby back ribs would take less time to cook. Sorry I can’t be of more help.
Do you stack the ribs? I have a round crockpot, and am not sure how to fit enough for 5 people in at a time without stacking them. Thanks!
I do stack them and there is no problem if you have browned them first.
Thank you Kimberlee for this wonderful recipe! I’m looking forward to trying it. Also, I want to say thanks for providing alternate instructions for preparing these in the oven. I have a crockpot, but sometimes I’d like to do a crockpot recipe in the oven. I really don’t know how to convert for oven cooking, so I’m glad you’ve done that!
You are very welcome Sheryll. 🙂
Colleen M. says
Just wondering: what brand of barbecue sauce did you use that is GF? thanks!
Most bottled BBQ sauces that I have found are gluten free. Just look out for soy sauce or barley malt in the ingredient list. We happen to like Jack Daniels Master Blend on our ribs, but it does contain high fructose corn syrup.
Our favorite BBQ sauce is Williamson Brothers, but it is not available in all areas and they started adding high fructose corn syrup within the last year.
You can probably find BBQ sauce labeled as GF, but we have a strict budget so I try to use regular products as much as possible. Hope that helps! 🙂