These Fall Off The Bone Ribs are a simple recipe that is baked low and slow in the oven creating a tender, juicy and flavorful bbq dinner.
So I’ve kinda been a little famous among our friends for my ribs. They always get super excited when we have game night or bonfires and they know that we are making these, they pretty much line right now and rush to my house because they literally are irresistible.
These ribs are baby back ribs that are coated in a dry rub then baked creating a juicy and tender meat. They are then lathered in a honey bbq sauce and broiled for about 5 minutes making sure that sauce is coated right to the meat. Now tell me that these Fall Off The Bone Ribs don’t sound amazing.
HOW LONG TO YOU BAKE RIBS IN THE OVEN?
For these particular ribs we used baby back and we cooked them at 300 degrees for 3 hours. If you’re looking at spare ribs you are looking at a little longer time.
These Fall Off The Bone Ribs go amazing with all sorts of side dishes. Potato salad, corn on the cob, salad, fresh fruit, macaroni and cheese. You really can’t go wrong when it comes to making something that pairs really well with these.
HOW TO MAKE A DRY RUB FOR BAKED RIBS:
We make our own dry rub for these ribs but if you have some that you like to use then by all means use it, but our rub consists of:
- Brown sugar
- Dry mustard
- Garlic powder
- Onion powder
- Chili powder
Once they are done cooking you then slather then in some bbq sauce. We usually use a brown sugar bbq sauce then mix it with a little honey to make a honey bbq sauce and it really compliments the dry rub really well. To finish these off we sprinkle with a little parsley and go to town!
Once you try these Fall Off The Bone Ribs you’ll never want anything else, we haven’t gone back to any recipe besides this one and we don’t regret it one bit!
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Fall Off The Bone Ribs
- 1 rack baby back ribs membrane removed
- 2 Tbs paprika
- 1 Tbs black pepper
- 3 Tbs brown sugar
- 2 tsp coarse salt
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp chili powder
- 1/2 tsp dry mustard
- 1/2 cup brown sugar bbq sauce
- 2-3 Tbs honey
- Preheat oven to 300.
- Lay your ribs on a large sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil.
- Mix together your dry rub ingredients and rub onto both sides of your ribs and wrap up tightly and place on large baking sheet.
- Bake in oven for 3 hours.
- Remove from oven and unwrap.
- Mix together your bbq sauce and honey and brush on ribs.
- Place back in oven on lowest rack and broil for about 3-5 minutes, remove from oven and brush with more bbq sauce.
- Sprinkle with parsley if desired.
Shared at the Weekend Potluck!
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Fabulous! Definitely will be my go to for ribs from here on out! Can’t wait to make them again! So easy and definitely fall off the bone!
Excellent! Made exactly as recipe stated. Very tender and delicious!
Heather Van Der Male
Wish I could give 10 stars! In the past 3 months I’ve made these ribs 5 times and they are out of this world! I have a 16-year-old son and if I want to make sure he comes home to eat dinner with his family, I make sure to make these! Not only does HE come home, but he brings his buddies with him too! Thanks for this amazing recipe. Keep ’em coming!
Kari @ Keep it Simple DIY
This is one of the best! I’m not really a big fan of pork but my it’s my husband’s favorite meat. I’ve used your recipe around seven times now and it turns out amazing every time! Yes, seven! This is so easy to throw together and the oven does most of the work. I’ll be continuing to cook ribs like this forever!
So easy and perfect every single time!
What I hate about a recipe like this is now you won’t be able to go out for a rib dinner and feel anything but disappointment realizing the best ribs are made in your kitchen.
This is the best doggone rib recipe on Earth, bar none!!! I’ve usd it 3 times (once on beef ribs!) TOTALLY delicious!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
Best ribs ever. Always on the hunt for perfect fall of the bone ribs and this recipe is it. My husband always thinks he makes the best ribs but I am now the rib master in the house. Thanks so much..
These were absolutely delicious and fall off the bone!
Amazing! Even my daughter in law (who is very picky) loved them. I will spray aluminum foil with non stick spray next time to make it easier to remove ribs. Thanks for recipe and look forward to making at next special occasion.
I will never try another baby back rib recipe again. This was perfect and I made as is. Thank you!!
Excellent recipe. Nice and tender, definitely falling off the bones.
First Rib recipe a that truly lives up to it’s title. They were falling of the bone and delicious! This one is a keeper.
Amazing!!! Best oven baked ribs I’ve ve ever tasted!!
I needed a recipe for ribs that needed to be cooked up and came across this recipe that I happened to have all the ingredients for except the brown sugar bbq sauce. After finding a recipe on his to make your own sauce, I followed your recipe to the letter. Not only were they talking off the bone and delicious, but even a couple that I didn’t put the bbq sauce on were good with just the rub! My husband tried them both ways even though he thought the rub would be too salty. And he said WOW even without the sauce they’re great! This will be my go to rib recipe from now on!! Thank you for sharing!!
This is my favorite recipe for ribs. I have used this recipe for the past 3 times I made ribs. Comes out fantastic even the kiddos enjoy it and ask for more.
Wow wow wow wow!!!! Made these tonight for the family and they are AMAZING! Thank you for posting this delicious recipe!
This recipe is absolutely amazing! This is my second time making them, and I’m sure they’ll be just as delicious as the first. My family devoured them in a matter of minutes, so I’m doubling the recipe this go around. It’s a new favorite in my house. Thank you for posting! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I just made these & wish I took a pic, but will next time (b/c kroger had them bogo) & I made a rack… OMG, this is my new favorite go to recipe now! I WILL MAKE THESE EVERYTIME now. Thank You for sharing this recipe. These definitely was “fall off the bone” & I wish I took the pic, but my husband already was pulling the bones out LOL. my 2nd wrack I will post the pix. The only 2 things I did different was rubbed it with liquid smoke b4 I rubbed it down with the step by step seasoning (liquid smoke- I put in my gloved hand & rubbed it on each side, I did not brine or measure, I just rubbed some in on both sides) & added hot honey instead of regular honey. Best go to recipe. Next time I’ll follow each step except instead of broiling I will finish on my grill to test which way tastes the best. You have to experiment right?
The 5 star overall rating for these ribs is VERY well deserved. I’ve made them twice now and both times they were perfect! The rub is good for flavouring though you really don’t need quite as thick of a layer of the rub to make this work. The slow oven roast makes them so tender they really do fall off the bone (be careful when you are lifting the ribs to put on the bbq sauce – they are very very fragile). The BBQ sauce is brilliant! the honey makes all the difference the the world and you need ALL the honey (don’t cheap out on it). The honey carmelizes so well that you’ll be fighting to be the person who gets to scape and lick off the foil. If you like ribs, you really must try this recipe – you will not be disappointed