After sharing that not-at-all-simple 4th of July Ribbon Jello recipe earlier today, I'm glad to have an oh-so-easy grilled ribs recipe to share with you! While I love making fancy food, anything that I can assemble and cook with minimal preparation is what really usually happens for dinner at our house
Since ribs are usually on sale very inexpensively all summer long, this is a great time to save on a food your family will love. You can also try out these slow cooker barbecue ribs if you want to let your slow cooker do the work! (We also love these Kansas City Style Ribs as well . . . can you tell we like our ribs around here?)
Easy Grilled Ribs
- 18 oz. bottle favorite barbecue sauce we used Bullseye
- 2 lbs. pork meaty baby back ribs
- Spray large sheet of aluminum foil with Pam cooking spray (enough to completely cover the ribs.)
- Cover ribs generously in barbecue sauce, reserving enough to serve with.
- Wrap tightly in foil and marinade in refrigerator for 8 hours or overnight.
- Cook at 300 for 2 1/2 hours, or grill on low heat for about 2 hours (you'll want to check them if you grill them to make sure they don't overcook.)
- Remove foil and serve with extra barbecue sauce. Enjoy!
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