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Mar
26
2012

Slow Cooker BBQ Ranch Country Ribs

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Another delicious crock pot recipe for ya!  I prepared a simple homemade BBQ sauce that goes over Ranch seasoned boneless pork ribs.  You are in for a treat when you serve this for dinner!  I love these ribs because they make great leftovers too.  Use the remaining BBQ pork shredded in sandwiches, quesadillas, and even over baked potatoes.  Sky’s the limit :)

Hope you enjoy!

BBQ sauce ingredients.  Yum!

I used some pork boneless country style ribs.

Season those ribs with some dry Ranch seasoning.

Like so.

Time to start the sauce.

Add all of your ingredients to the bowl.

The worcestershire sauce, honey and vinegar.

A pinch of salt.

Pepper.

Time to mix!

BBQ sauce!

Pour your sauce over your ribs.

Spread evenly.

Close the lid and let it cook.

Slow Cooker BBQ Ranch Country Ribs

2 1/2-3 pounds boneless Country Ribs

1.25 ounce packet Ranch Dressing Mix

1 1/2 cups ketchup

3 tablespoons yellow mustard

4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

2 tablespoons white vinegar

1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice

1 teaspoon honey

1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Pinch of salt

1. Preheat crock pot to high heat. Place ribs into crock pot and season with Ranch dressing packet. Place ketchup, mustard, worcestershire sauce, vinegar, lemon juice, honey, pepper and salt into a large bowl, mixing until combined. Pour BBQ sauce over ribs spreading evenly. Close crock pot lid and cook 4-5 hours on high heat. Serve with rice and corn on the cob if desired.

Makes 6 servings

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  1. 1

    Ive seen so many great recipes the past few months that start off with a packet of ranch dressing mix…I need to get in on this trend :)

  2. 2

    Your slow cooker recipes are my favorite because I love a recipe where I can just throw the ingredients in a pot and let the machine finish the work for me! Thanks for this Jenny, they look incredible and I do love bbq ribs.

  3. 3

    Love how easy and delicious these look!

  4. 4
    Thesha says:

    Yum! I love food that I can cook in the slow cooker.

  5. 5
    Cindy Ferguson says:

    This looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it!

  6. 6

    I love that you added ranch seasoning. Can’t wait to try this for dinner!!

  7. 7

    The ranch makes this sound so good and likely something my boys will eat.Thx.

  8. 8
    Lauren says:

    These look amazing!! Love bbq anything with rice!! Now I can’t wait for summer!

  9. 9

    I am LOVING all your slow-cooker recipes lately! Thanks, girl! :)

  10. 10
    Bev Weidner says:

    You’re killing me lately with all of your savory deeshes! <3

  11. 11

    I have been looking for some amazing crockpot recipes for days that we are running around doing soccer practice, speech therapy, etc. This one totally made my list of ones to try. It looks amazing!

  12. 12
    Julie Chiou says:

    this looks amazing! i love using my crockpot :) this is going on my to-make list very soon! i hope i can find those boneless ribs around here. I’ve never seen them before!

  13. 13
    lynn says:

    how do you cook this without a crockpot??

    • 13.1
      Jenny says:

      Hi Lynn, I haven’t tried it without a crock pot, but I would place the ribs into a large baking pan, season w the Ranch seasoning then pour the BBQ sauce over top and bake at 350 until nice and tender.

  14. 14
    Julie says:

    Making these right now just sent hubby to store for the ribs yumm can’t wait.

  15. 15
    Deborah says:

    This looks awesome! I find boneless ribs on sale quite often and am always looking for new ways to cook them up!

  16. 16
    Nancy Brown says:

    Love this slow cooker recipe! Looks easy and delicious!

  17. 17
    GinaE says:

    I love using my slow cooker and love getting new recipes to use with it. This sounds like a keeper. The ranch dressing is a great addition and a nice simple BBQ sauce. Many of the sauces get just too complicated for a quick dinner. This is right up my alley. Many thanks for sharing this one!!!!

  18. 18

    Yay! I have (almost) all these ingredients! Of course the best part is the crock pot! Thanks Picky Palate! :)

  19. 19

    You can never have too many slow cooker recipes in my book! These look finger licking good!

  20. 20
    Chris says:

    Making these tomorrow!!

  21. 21
    Jessica J says:

    Next time I see some good-lookin’ boneless pork ribs at the store, I am making this! Yum! I heart slow cooker recipes :)

  22. 22

    I’ve never been a rib person – because of the actual rib part – but doing a boneless rib, just meat? Has me saying YES!!! So much yes!!

  23. 23
    katie says:

    I’m not a rib person, but my husband is and I know he would devour these quicker than I could put them on his plate. I must give this a try!

  24. 24

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  25. 25

    My family makes country ribs all the time–but it’s become such a comfort food that I don’t know if I could ever give up the store-bought sauce! It just reminds me of summer when I was little, with fresh corn on the cob on the side. But I certainly would try this homemade version if the store is ever out of my favorite brand :)

  26. 26
    Anna says:

    So since it’s just hubby and I for Easter this year, I’m going to make these and have this going while we’re at church. What a treat this will be to come home to! I’m excited to try these and thank you!!!

  27. 27
    heather says:

    I’m definitely trying this! I’m very pro-slow cooker… and for ribs?! I’m on it.

  28. 28
    Leah says:

    So I’ve decided I’m a little more then in love with you! LOL!
    I have a grocery list started (poor hubby, hope he can get it all!) and I can’t wait
    to try a couple things this week!
    I am a SAHM to 3 young ones and the hardest part of my day is meals! I am
    a simple eater so most recipes don’t look appealing to me (or the kids, right?)
    But everything you have seems like normal food, good food and I can’t
    wait to cook tomorrow!

    Thanks for sharing these!

    ~Leah

  29. 29
    cathy says:

    Thanks for all the yummy recipes. Just made your crockpot spaghetti & Lemon Poundcake yesterday & they were delicious. I work full time out of the house so do you think this recipe would be okay on Low for 10 hours?

  30. 30
    Chris says:

    Made these today!! Delicious!! Totally fell apart…just how we like them!!!

  31. 31

    YUM! I can never get enough of easy crock pot dinners! :)

  32. 32
    Chels R. says:

    This looks so good! I’m trying to get used to making more pork meals. By more pork, I mean not bacon, ham, or sausage. LOL, my husband isn’t a fan, but I think it’s great to try new things, so this will be getting filed away so I can make this sometime!

  33. 33
    Sarah says:

    Is the ranch packed really needed? What I mean is do you even taste it in the final product? Or would you be fine just using some garlic salt & pepper?

    • 33.1
      Jenny says:

      Hi Sarah,
      I like the ranch seasoning, but you could certainly do a blend of salt, pepper and garlic salt if you’d rather :) Hope you enjoy!

  34. 34

    Love the idea of adding the ranch to the ribs! Yum!

  35. 35

    This is going on the menu this week!

  36. 36
    Deniz says:

    Hi, thats really art, i liked it

  37. 37
    Kimberli says:

    I never buy ribs because I don’t know what to do with them, but I do love my slow cooker and seeing your recipe made me buy some this morning when I saw them on sale! I worked the last 3 nights, so I needed an easy dinner that would cook while I slept today – they’re in the crockpot now, I can’t wait to smell them when I wake up and see how they taste!

  38. 38
    Marianne says:

    Making these for tonight!! Saw this on pinterest!! Can’t wait!!

  39. 39
    Melissa says:

    I made these the other day. Really delicious! However, my sauce didn’t come out as nice as yours. It sort of broke apart so it was more like a tomato sauce.

  40. 40
    Eloise says:

    think sweet baby rays would be ok to sub for the homemade version?

  41. 41

    Hi Ever food lover out there I’m always looking for a great Recipe where can I save some of the ones on this site so I have easy access? Thank You

  42. 42
    Melissa says:

    UGH, I just put this in my crock pot. I forgot to put the ranch dressing on the ribs before I poured the sauce on. I imagine it’s going to turn out just fine, but I hate messing up recipes like that. Annoys the heck outta me.

  43. 43
    S.Leger says:

    Making these! Look so good, how long on low, and the only thing I don’t have is lemon juice, what can I sub that with???

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  46. 46
    Carmen says:

    For this recipe if we wanted to have it on low how many hours would you suggest? Thanks looks delish!

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  49. 49

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    is awesome, nice written and come with almost all vital infos.
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  50. 50
    Tony says:

    Do these have to be Boneless ribs? I am trying this recipe tonight and didn’t realize until just now that I bought just regular Country Style Ribs that I believe have bones.

    Thanks!

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