My Crock O’ Ribs

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Cook Time 4 hrs
Temp High

Have plenty of napkins on hand to catch the drips from these lip-smackin’ slow cooker rib delights.

Used 6-quart slow cooker

Ingredients

  • 3-5 Pounds Baby back ribs (cut to fit in the slow cooker)
  • 1-2 Large onions, chopped
  • 2 Cups Sliced mushrooms (optional)
  • 1 Jar Regular BBQ sauce
  • 2-4 Tablespoons Chopped garlic
  • 3/4-1 Cup Brown sugar
  • 1/2 Cup Red wine (optional)

Directions

  1. Step One

    Place ribs, onions, and mushrooms (if desired) on the bottom of the slow cooker.

  2. Step Two

    Mix together BBQ sauce, garlic, brown sugar, and red wine (if desired); pour over ribs and cover.

  3. Step Three

    Cook on LOW for 7–8 hours, or on HIGH for 4–5 hours and then on LOW for 1 hour.

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  1. Tiffany

    Turned out Great! Made these for Super Bowl. Everyone loved them.

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  2. Amanda

    Amanda

    My family LOVED, LOVED, LOVED them! I didn’t have any red wine on hand so I used 2 TBS of grape jelly and 1/2 C of diet soda instead. It was delish. This a new family favorite at my house.

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  3. mary

    These ribs were awesome!!! I added some Tonys and barbecue seasoning and 1/2 cup of coke instead of red wine. They came out great! Best I have ever had.

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  4. Leslie

    Has anyone used boneless ribs?

  5. Katy

    These turned out just as advertised. After cooking on high for 4.5 hours and then on low for about 20 mins, I ladeled the sauce into a pot, added 2 spoons of cornstarch and boiled it to thicken up some delicious BBQ sauce to pour over the ribs (otherwise the sauce covering them would have been too thin and not slathery enough!). It was a huge hit, fall-off-the-bone and delicious.

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  6. Meghan

    These were the best ribs I have ever made! I chose to use the wine in the sauce since I LOVE red wine but left out the mushrooms. The ribs cooked perfectly and the flavor was delicious! Thanks a new favorite!

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  7. Deborah

    Yummy!!! These smelled great while cooking! Falling off the bone good eating!!!

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  8. Kristen

    This was so good that my 6 year old that eats nothing asked to make it again… not to mention that my 12 year old practically licked the bowl clean!

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  9. Kristen

    Tasted like it was smoked! Cooked up some homemade BBQ sauce and bought some quality ribs. Fall-off-the-bone delish!

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  10. Jamie

    This recipe was figer-lickin’ good!! I already had country style ribs on hand so that’s what I used. I omitted the mushrooms simply because I didn’t have any. Used all the other ingredients though including a sweet Southern red wine. YUMMY!!

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  11. Cindy

    I made these as part of our 4th of July meal. They were fall-off-of-the-bone tender! I used 2 racks of St. Louis Style Pork Spareribs (6+ lbs.) cut into sections, 1 chopped white onion, 1 (28 oz.) bottle of barbecue sauce, 2 tablespoons minced garlic, 1 cup of brown sugar, and 1/2 cup of red wine. I cooked them in my 7-quart crock on HIGH for 6.5 hours. The leftovers were just as flavorful and moist as they were the night before. We have a RV and camp frequently. I’ll definitely make these often for my family. Oh, and for those who don’t drink wine, I just buy those little bottles of wine that come in a six pack to use when cooking.

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  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Glad they were a sucess!!

  13. Delicious! I had never cooked ribs before and was a bit nervous about the end product. They turned out great. I made “pulled pork” sandwiches with the left over meat. I will definitely use this recipe again. (You can substitute apple juice for the wine.)

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  14. Natalie

    So good! Didn’t use the wine and was still really good.

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  15. Katie C.

    Did anyone find the red wine added a lot to the dish?? We don’t drink red wine and I really don’t want to go out and buy some just for this if it wasn’t a key component….or, better yet, is there a good red wine swap out there that anyone suggests?

  16. Tammy C.

    These ribs were perfect! Fall off the bone tender, saucy, and flavorful. It’s so easy and my entire family loved them. I will definitely be making them again soon. Thanks!!

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  17. Tracy S.

    Just finished dinner. Delish! My kids don’t like eating ribs off the bone so this was perfect. The tender meat just fell away from the bone. I made some corn bread to mop up the juices. Everyone was happy!

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  18. krisit

    unfortunately, mine didn’t turn out good at all. i followed the directions (didn’t use the wine) and they were not good at all. they tasted burned and nobody ate them! i spent about $30 on a horrible recipe. this is a first bad experience from these recipes, and i’ve tried a lot. sorry girls, this one wasn’t good! but, thanks for all you do for everyone

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  19. Angela

    A quick and easy way to make ribs. We doubled recipe and omitted the wine, next time, I will add an extra hour or two to the cooking time so all of the ribs were fall off of the bone. Definite thumbs up, only thing we missed was the crispier coating for the outside of the ribs. This will be added into our rotation for sure as a way to make ribs more often without all of the fuss.

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  20. Valentine A.

    This receipe it simply amazing! I made this for a memorial day party at which everyone loved. All wanted the receipe and I directed them here. The meat was so tender, it fell off the bone, and we were able to make pulled pork sandwiches. I used Open Pit barbeque sauce, giving it the perfect hint of heat and sweatiness all at the small time. Highly recommend this one. It will leave everyone in awe when it comes to your cooking abilities!!!! Love it! Great job girls! ;)

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  21. Kathy A.

    This was delicious!!! Everybody loved it!! Thats hard to do!

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  22. Kelly S.

    My family loved these ribs! I’ve always been afraid of making ribs on the grill because they can dry out. These were extremely easy to make and absolutely delish!

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  23. Andra H.

    I tried this last week. It was so tender, the sauce was excellent. Not tart like some I’ve tried, but I forgot the mushrooms, but was still awesome.

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  24. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    RIBILICOUS!! Glad it was a winner for y’all.

  25. helen t.

    Made this recipe for Memorial Day– it was way tooo hot to even think about grilling out– I followed the recipe using two crock pots for 9lbs of ribs!! At the end 6 hours the ribs were falling off the bone!! I took the ribs out to “dry” reserving some of the liquids– 30 minutes before serving, I smothered them with a combo of “Steve’s oink and squeal” original and habenero BBQ sauce (add reserved liquid to thin) and baked them at 375 degrees– the ribs were soooo delicious, tender and moist!! This is a definite keeper!! Will make ribs this way from now on!!!

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  26. DONNA B.

    OMG, it is delicious, will never cook them on the pit again!!!!!!!!!!! Like they said, have a bunch of napkins maybe some bread to “sop” up the juices……

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