Crockpot Ribs

November 13, 2007 at 6:48 pm | Posted in Entree, Favorites | 3 Comments

So, we completely failed at following our “menu” last week. It was a good idea, but it doesn’t really work for us because of my schedule. So, we’re changing it up a bit. I’ve got my list of 25 meals (or so). I’m going to type it up, put it on the fridge, and we’ll just pick 4 or 5 every week until they’ve all been used. This meal was one I was planning on serving last week. But that didn’t happen, so we had it yesterday.

I got the recipe from Jen, one of my friends. I don’t think I have a single recipe that is easier or tastes better than this one. On a grading scale, Rob gave this one an A+++++ … and I loved it too. The meat was fall-off-the-bone tender, the BBQ sauce tasted delicious … there’s nothing I would change about the taste. I think for more than two people (or for the leftovers) I’ll probably double the amount of meat next time.

COST: $3.24
Beef Ribs – $3.19 (2.1 lbs @ $2.99/lb)
BBQ Sauce – FREE (someone gifted us with BBQ sauce last year. We are still trying to use it up!)
Brown Sugar – $0.05

INGREDIENTS:
2 lbs of beef ribs
1/2 bottle of BBQ sauce (your choice of brands)
1/4 cup of brown sugar

DIRECTIONS:
Place thawed beef ribs in bottom of crockpot. Pour 1/2 bottle of BBQ sauce over ribs. Sprinkle with brown sugar on top. Place lid on crockpot, turn on low for 6-8 hours. Enjoy!!

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  1. Man! that looks tasty! Definitely need to jank for my blog! and um… really… someone gave you bbq sauce for wedding gift? wow. very unique. 😉

  2. So glad you liked the recipe!! 🙂

  3. […] please leave me a comment and I’ll give credit. This barbeque sauce made some delicious Crock Pot Ribs, although I used country-style pork ribs yesterday instead of bone-in beef ribs. The results were […]


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