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Slow Cooker Pork Ribs

Looking for recipes for slow cooker pork ribs? Taste of Home has the best slow cooker pork ribs recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Slow-Cooked Country Ribs in Gravy

Slow-Cooked Country Ribs in Gravy

Slow-Cooked Country Ribs in Gravy

This is a very easy recipe (just the kind I like!) that I got from my sister-in-law. I like to make it in winter as a way to capture the barbecues of summer.

4Switch-and-Go Ribs

4Switch-and-Go Ribs

4Switch-and-Go Ribs

The slightly sweet caramel-colored sauce adds a burst of flavor when drizzled over these tender ribs sent in from Lil Neuls of Caballo, New Mexico. Using boneless ribs adds to the 5 ingredient ease of this recipe.

Slow & Easy Baby Back Ribs

Slow & Easy Baby Back Ribs

Slow & Easy Baby Back Ribs

If you enjoy ribs, you’ll love these fall-off-the-bone baby back ribs. Not only are they delicious, but the recipe is easy to prepare in the slow cooker.—Barbara Birk, St. George, Utah
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Pork Baby Back Ribs

Pork Baby Back Ribs

Pork Baby Back Ribs

—LaVerne Parkin, Manitowoc, Wisconsin

Ginger Country-Style Pork Ribs

Ginger Country-Style Pork Ribs

Ginger Country-Style Pork Ribs

Finally, a rib recipe where you get to taste the meat instead of the sauce. The orange and ginger add a nice flavor while letting the ribs be the star. —Gilda Lester, Millsboro, DE

Peachy Baby Back Ribs

Peachy Baby Back Ribs

Peachy Baby Back Ribs

It's easy to get a smoky outdoor barbecue flavor from your slow cooker. Trust me, I've fooled many people on more than one occasion with these ribs. — Mary Louise Lever, Rome, Georgia

Pork Ribs Lo Mein

Pork Ribs Lo Mein

Pork Ribs Lo Mein

Sweet and savory Asian ingredients come together for a mouthwatering and hearty dish. Because they’re added later in the cooking process, the veggies still impart great texture.

Pork Ribs with Apple-Mustard Glaze

Pork Ribs with Apple-Mustard Glaze

Pork Ribs with Apple-Mustard Glaze

Broiling the baby back ribs first gives them some color before they are slow-cooked (don't worry, broiling them is easy to do). The flavor is wonderful and the ribs are so tender, the meat falls off the bone.—Gilda Lester, Millsboro, Delaware

Slow-Cooked Peachy Spareribs

Slow-Cooked Peachy Spareribs

Slow-Cooked Peachy Spareribs

Canned peaches make a delightful addition to the sauce I use to flavor my spareribs. Serve over rice, these sweet-tangy ribs make a sensational meal any time of the year.—Jeanne Brino, Woodbury, Minnesota
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