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Crock Pot St. Louis Ribs

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St Louis Ribs

Here’s our Super Bowl Highlighted food for the day…

I’m constantly making it easy for you folks, but this recipe is hands down the easiest. No Homemade BBQ Sauce… Nothing fancy. St. Louis Ribs, BBQ Sauce, Seasoning, and 7 Hours in the Crock Pot… Great appetizer for the Super Bowl, but no question this recipe is also perfect when the kids have a game after school. Set it and forget it!

St. Louis Ribs 1 rack cut in half

salt 1 teaspoon sprinkled on both sides of the ribs

pepper 1 teaspoon  sprinkled on both sides of the ribs

seasoned salt 1 teaspoon sprinkled on both sides of the ribs

onion powder 1/2 teaspoon sprinkled on both sides of the ribs.

Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue Sauce 21 oz.

Squeeze a layer of BBQ sauce on the bottom of the crock pot. Add half a rack of ribs. Top the ribs with BBQ sauce. Repeat this with the other half a rack. Set Crock Pot to low for 7 hours. At 3 and 1/2 hours switch the racks of ribs, basing them well with sauce. When ready to serve, place ribs on a cutting board. Baste ribs with more sauce and let them set for 5-6 minutes. Cut each rib with a very sharp knife so they do not tear apart… Enjoy Jason

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3 Comments

  1. Manuela

    There is only one word to describe this and many of your recipes: YUM! Can’t wait to try it!

  2. Judy

    I think even I can can handle this one!!

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