Sunday, June 30, 2013

Crockpot Boneless BBQ pork ribs

Don't you love recipes that literally take you less than 5 minutes to prepare? 
I do.
This recipe is absolutely delicious and easy.
What you need is 

1/2 onion
1/3 bottle of bbq sauce
2 lb of boneless (or with bones) pork ribs

chop the onion and put on bottom of crockpot
put the meat over the onion
cover with bbq sauce
turn crockpot on high for 4 hours 
(or on low for 8)
that's it.

Add a veggie side, bread and
dinner is ready.
Total cost of this meal about $6
$3.70 for boneless pork ribs (on sale)
bbq sauce 
(with a coupons was either free or .50c)
frozen green beans $1
bread $1

Feeds comfortably 5 adults
Total meal cost per serving a little over $1
This meal will make you want to lick your fingers and your plate.

Stay Frugal,


7 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Sounds so good. I have some chicken and dressing in the crockpot right now. I will use my crockpot really often this summer. So easy and saves tons of electricity. I need to make some ribs, we havn't had any for quite a while. Hugs, Marty

Kelly said...

We love pork ribs and love using our crock pot so this recipe is doable! Looks super easy and delicious. Thanks for sharing it.

NanaDiana said...

I am going to try this. I picked up some ribs last week and threw them in the freezer. Crock pot cooking is a great idea in the summer- xo Diana

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Daniela,
Love your last sentence here and I BELIEF you!
By the way, lots of kudos from my dinner guests last night for the delicious recipe of your fresh made pasta sauce. Everyone loved it and I made Tiramisu for dessert so we had an Italian touch last night. Mussels to start with and Trader Joe's low sodium tomato and roasted red pepper soup.
Hugs,
Mariette

Liz @ Quirky Vistas said...

I love ribs too! Your recipe looks yummy. I like the idea of the onions on the bottom of the crock pot. I'll try that today because I'm making pulled pork. I have gone to using pork butt more than ribs because you get so much more meat for the money, and then there is plenty for leftovers. I love having food ready and waiting the next day.
Liz

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

Using the crockpot is a great idea.
Thanks :)

Lena said...

This is one of my favorite recipes too :)