Fall off the bone Slow Cooker Ribs!

One of John’s favorite restaurants is Texas Roadhouse. He absolutely loves their ribs. Every time we are there he talks about how they fall off the bone and are amazing.

The closest Texas Roadhouse is 45 minutes from us. I have a hard time driving 45 minutes for dinner. I decided to see if I could make fall off the bone ribs at home.

After doing some research I decided to try them in the slow cooker. I figured the long slow heat would make the meat more apt to fall off the bone….and I was right!

Amazing Fall of the Bone Slow Cooker Ribs

 This Slow Cooker Rib recipe is so dang easy and turned out amazing! I cooked the ribs overnight in the slow cooker for 10 hours.

Fall off the bone Slow Cooker Ribs!

Ingredients

Crock Pot Rib Ingredients
3 pounds Ribs (We used Costco Kirkland Signature Ribs)
1 cup water
1/4 cup cooking sherry
1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
BBQ Sauce (we used Sweet Baby Rays) I started with a 1/4 cup over the top of the ribs. Towards the end of the 10 hours I poured more BBQ sauce over the top.

Directions

Crock Pot Ribs
1. Place ribs sitting up in the Slow Cooker
2. Pour ingredients over the ribs. I poured the BBQ Sauce last and then added a bit more right before I served the ribs
3. Cook low and slow for 10 hours in the slow cooker.

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John said I had to show everyone just how nicely the ribs fell off the bone. He was in awe of these slow cooker ribs and said they were amazing. We had his Mom over for lunch and they both raved about the slow cooker ribs. This will definitely be my go to rib recipe from now on.

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Fall off the bone Slow Cooker Ribs!

Ingredients

  • 3 pounds Ribs (We used Costco Kirkland Signature Ribs)
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/4 cup cooking sherry
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
  • BBQ Sauce (we used Sweet Baby Rays) I started with a 1/4 cup over the top of the ribs. Towards the end of the 10 hours I poured more BBQ sauce over the top.

Instructions

  1. Place ribs sitting up in the Slow Cooker
  2. Pour ingredients over the ribs. I poured the BBQ Sauce last and then added a bit more right before I served the ribs
  3. Cook low and slow for 10 hours in the slow cooker.
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Comments

  1. Dell O'Brien says

    I found this site and this recipe yesterday morning and I’m super excited because they’re in my.slow-cooker now- for Easter Dinner!

  2. Stacy says

    Thank you for this recipe!!! My boyfriend is wary of any BBQ recipe that claims to have the meat falling off the bone, but he was completely satisfied with this! Even my 4-year old daughter had some, and she’s the pickiest eater of them all. Definitely adding this one to our rotation.

  3. Michelle says

    I have a rack of ribs in our freezer just calling out for this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing – looks deelish!!!

  4. Robin W. says

    Hi I wanted to know, Did you use pork baby back ribs? or beef ribs? And you said you sat them up in the slow cooker is the way they are shown in your picture they way you put them in the slow cooker? Im sorry for all the questions Im a beginner LoL! and this is my first time cooking ribs :o) Yours look so delish! Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Robin,
      I used Pork Baby Back Ribs. I sat them straight up and down in the crock pot. Please feel free to ask any questions you have. I am happy to answer them.

  5. Melissa B says

    What do you mean set the ribs straight up? I am confused by this for some reason. Want to make these next week. Thank You!

  6. kalee r says

    We make these all the time but use bourbon instead of sherry. Hey we’re from the South lol and Southerners use Bourbon for everything. We also use a southern sweet BBQ sauce like The Shed. The ribs are delicious! we no longer order them at restaurants because we can make them at home.

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