Easy And Delicious Crock Pot Barbecue Ribs Recipe

Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs with a Special Ingredient. Special ingredient? What is that? Well, a pretty cool tip to tenderize the meat and it’s going to make it taste so good! Be patient, you’ll discover it in the video We all love BBQ pork ribs, but we don’t always have the time to cook it in the smoker and depending on the season (or if you live in a place where you can’t use a BBQ) your slow cooker will be an ideal alternative that will only take you few minutes to prepare... Read more https://SlowCookerSociety.com

Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs with a Special Ingredient.

Special ingredient? What is that? Well, a pretty cool tip to tenderize the meat and it’s going to make it taste so good! Be patient, you’ll discover it in the video 🙂

We all love BBQ pork ribs, but we don’t always have the time to cook it in the smoker and depending on the season (or if you live in a place where you can’t use a BBQ) your slow cooker will be an ideal alternative that will only take you few minutes to prepare.

Make sure you rub and massage the ribs well with the spice mixture and let it marinate with our special ingredient.

OK you can now see that”special ingredient” 🙂
Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs ingredients

It’s simply Coke…

Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs with Coke

Mix well all spices

Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs mix it up

Add the mix on the ribs. Rub and massage them until all meat is covered evenly.

Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs rub it well

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Joanne - last year

I made this fantastic recipe for Super Bowl Sunday! OMG! Killer good! This is a keeper. I shared the recipe with a couple friends plus my oldest son, told them how good plus easy it is.

Next time I want to try Cherry Coke the Pepsi Cherry Vanilla, just to experiment and try different flavors.
Thank you for posting this.

Ted R Beard - last year

Nice job! I’ve been making pulled pork in my crockpot with root beer for more years than I can remember. As an alternate suggestion in the technique, when I’m using a rub I shake the soda flat and pour it in the pot first. Then I gently lower the meat in. It really does make a difference in the final product. Thank you for an excellent video!

Robert - last year

I do mine with root beer ?

Adedra - last year

I made this with Dr Pepper and the flavor was good but then I love Dr Pepper. They were fall off the bone delicious.

Robert Reyes - last year

They were delicious.. could have been more tender. Next time I will let them cook for 8 hours.

Missdelew - last year

Substitute Vernor’s ginger ale..ooh, yummy!!!

Joanne Willis - last year

My hubby & I have made these fantastic ribs 3 times , first with reg. Coke, then cherry coke. Last time with root beer. The cherry coke version was sweeter plus I slathered them with Traverse City Cherry BBQ Sauce (made in Michigan) before popping under broiler, “killer good”. I shared your recipe with a lady that works at our local McDonalds , she made them and raved About them. I cooked a 3 1/2 lb rack of back ribs in a 5 at slow cooker for 6 hrs – perfect! This recipe is a WINNER!!! Thanks

kbird - last year

I have used beer for years. Never tried soda. did see one recipe that called for rootbeer.

Brenda Krumwiede - last year

We use Apple Juice .

Charlotte E Dudley - 9 months ago

Reading all of these comments makes me want to try using Redd’s Apple Beer on these ribs as the liquid. I have used apple juice, why not the apple beer? I love having my ribs falling off the bone tender. I liked some of your suggestions for the liquid, too.

    Slow Cooker Society - 9 months ago

    Thanks Charlotte. Apple beer, why not! Please let us know how it goes :-).

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