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Fall of the Bone Ribs Recipe!
I am sorry that I have been so absent this week, but I am still in the middle of a renovation and it has taken everything I have to try to get it all done. We still have to finish raising the floors and lay over 1300 sq feet for flooring, not to mention a few other large tasks as well. This means that I have been living in a construction zone for over 2 weeks, and today I just needed real food.
It all started with some things that I picked up at my local Walmart this week. I love this time of year when corn on the cob is fresh and cheap, it is a family favorite so I knew I had to grab a few. I also picked up some Marketside bagged salad, because it is easy to throw together and no extra work involved.
Then I spotted the BBQ sauce and I knew what I wanted to make… RIBS! Not just any ribs though, fall of the bone ribs coated in BBQ sauce. You know the kind… where after you are done eating them you have to take a shower because you are just covered in BBQ.
So I gathered everything I needed and headed home to pull out my trusty crock pot! The first thing you will need to do for this recipe is cut your ribs into portions so that they will fit into a crock pot (if you don’t have a crock pot, you can use a large pot on the stove).
Then, slather them in BBQ Sauce and place them in the crock pot! I am loving the new Kraft sauces because they contain no high fructose corn syrup and the new recipe has 8 flavors to choose from!
Add in 1 cup of beef broth and cook on low for 6-8 hours. Then just wait… The longer you let them cook, the more tender they will be.
Once dinner time rolls around, pull them out of the crock pot and get the grill ready!
Give them another good helping of BBQ sauce and toss them on the grill. There is just something about the char of BBQ sauce that I love.
Cook on the grill until BBQ sauce has caramelized and get ready to serve!
I served mine up with a fresh salad and corn on the cob. When we BBQ I love using an over sized cutting board to serve the meat on. It makes it easy for everyone to dive right in!
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What is your favorite thing to throw on the grill?
- 1 rack of ribs
- 1 cup beef broth
- 1 bottle of Kraft BBQ sauce
- Cut ribs into serving size portions.
- Cover in BBQ sauce and place into a crock pot.
- Add 1 cup of beef broth and cook for 6-8 hours on low.
- Once done, add more BBQ sauce and grill until sauce is caramelized and serve!