All Day Melt-In-Your-Mouth Ribs


All Day Melt-In-Your-Mouth Ribs


All Day Melt-In-Your-Mouth Ribs
All Day Melt-In-Your-Mouth Ribs

These amazingly-tender ribs only take 10 minutes to prepare, then they cook all day in your slow cooker! All Day Melt-In-Your-Mouth Ribs are a slow cooker dinner recipe that is super simple and totally delicious -- cue the drooling. All you need are ribs, seasoning, and barbecue sauce. It's as simple as that. Just dump your ingredients in the slow cooker, let it cook on low while you're out, and you'll come home to the most tender melt-in-your-mouth ribs of your life. Nothing beats an easy slow cooker dinner recipe, especially when it practically cooks itself.


Preparation Time10 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW8 hr

Cooking MethodSlow Cooker

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Super duper easy recipe for some ribs that are truly falling off the bone! My one recommendation is to cut out some of the BBQ sauce and add a little ginger ale. I'm not exactly sure why but the addition of the carbonation seems to do wonders for the flavor and consistency of the sauce, as well as for the tenderness of the ribs. That soda trick works well with pulled pork or chicken, too!

Now that summer is here, my house is getting HOT! I usually cook ribs in the oven, but it just heats up the house way too much. I love the idea of putting them in the slow cooker! It seems that they cook up to be very moist and tender. I will definitely be trying this recipe this weekend!

Long, very slow cooking is just perfect for delicious, tender ribs and Cajun spice flavors are so good that I just knew that this was a great recipe the instant I saw it. And it is so ridiculously easy to make too that I kept thinking that I must have skipped a couple of steps. But no, the ribs cook quietly all day and in the evening you have a lip smackingly delicious meal!

I can never get my ribs to turn out tender enough. I can't believe that this recipe is only three ingredients. I only use Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce, so we are in perfect harmony with that choice. Cajun seasoning is one spice mix I have yet to try because I have been chicken about the whole thing. I love a little kick to my meals anyway, so this recipe sounds like it is right up my alley.



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