Fall Off the Bone Ribs // Utah Food Photographer

The first time I made these ribs for my husband he told me that he had never really eaten ribs.... WHAT. Ribs were the food of my childhood. Ribs are heavenly. I would always order them at restaurants and then proceed to use 12 wet wipes afterwards. The messier the better, right? I thought ribs would be hard to make at home but it turns out they're super easy. 

Fall of the Bone Ribs

1 Rack of Pork Ribs

BBQ Sauce of choice (I'll show you my favorite below!)

Salt and Pepper

 

The key to "fall off the bone" ribs is a slooooow cook. All I do is salt and pepper my ribs, and then place them upright against the walls in the crockpot. You can cut the ribs into sections if you need to. Place the top of the ribs towards the walls and turn your crockpot on low for 6 hours - no liquid necessary! When they're done cooking, coat them in BBQ sauce and broil in the oven for 3-5 minutes on low. Viola! 

 

This is my favorite BBQ sauce to use for ribs! It's smokey and sweet - definitely a crowd pleaser! 

This is my favorite BBQ sauce to use for ribs! It's smokey and sweet - definitely a crowd pleaser!