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Start your BBQ pork ribs in the slow cooker, and finish them on the grill for a quick, easy, and oh so tasty summer meal!
I used to be under the mistaken impression that slow cookers were only to be used in the winter when foods like soups, stews, and roasts were the primary fare. I was wrong.
Oh so very, very wrong.
I absolutely love using my slow cooker in the summer. And my grill. When I can combine the two, it is like cooking bliss. My house stays cool, my food gets nice and tender. And there is very little work for me.
One of our favorite meals in the summer is BBQ pork ribs. I was at Walmart, walking up and down all the aisles, and I saw that Kraft had new BBQ sauce flavors. I grabbed a few bottles because I knew with all the backyard get togethers, family parties, and BBQ’s I would need some. They are so great for grilling, and have awesome flavors.
Because our summers are busy, I just love a meal that is easy to throw together. This is one of our favorites. We grab a watermelon, a salad kit, and some Marketside spinach dip (so good), and throw our ribs in the slow cooker. Then we are set. When we are ready to eat, we heat up the grill, toss the ribs in the BBQ sauce, and grill for 2-3 minutes to crystallize the sugars and get a nice smokey flavor!
One of the reasons I love the Kraft BBQ sauces is because they have no high fructose corn syrup. But also because they have 8 great flavors, so I can always find the right flavor for my mood, whether that is a Brown Sugar BBQ sauce like I used for this recipe, or something else!
You can find tons of ways to use these sauces in this awesome digital cookbook being offered by Kraft and tasty grilling recipes on Kraft.com
Slow Cooker + Grill BBQ Pork Ribs
- 3 lbs pork ribs boneless country style
- 2 tsp Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 cup Sweet Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce Kraft
- Put boneless ribs in a slow cooker, season with some salt and pepper and cook on high heat 4-6 hours.
- Preheat grill to 400 degrees
- Remove from slow cooker, drain off all fat, toss in Kraft Sweet Brown Sugar BBQ sauce.
- Cook on grill for 2 minutes per side to caramelize sugars in BBQ sauce
- Serve with sides and enjoy!
Our recipe card software calculates these nutrition facts based on averages for the above ingredients, different brands, and quality of produce/meats may have different nutritional information, always calculate your own based on the specific products you use in order to achieve accurate macros for this recipe.
We love these ribs, what’s your favorite thing to grill in the summer?