So I’ve always been a slow cooker kind of guy, but I bought a rack of ribs and they were too big. I needed to find out how to make ribs in my oven. What I did not realize is how easy it would be to make gluten free oven baked ribs that simply fall off the bone!
This truly is beyond simple. I’ll have a recipe card down below, but I can’t truly call this a recipe because I recommend using your favorite gluten free BBQ sauce. My go to BBQ sauce is Rufus Teague. You can find them in most places.
Another favorite BBQ sauce of mine is my own creation of course! Wild Blueberry BBQ sauce using Wyman’s wild blueberries. It’s amazing!
Most important ingredient to make the perfect oven baked ribs!
You would think the best BBQ sauce would make the best gluten free ribs, but you would be wrong. The number one ingredient, which you can’t find in any store, is TIME!
Time is the most important important ingredient when cooking delicious ribs. You don’t cook them long enough and they will be tough and dry. You slow cook these bad boys, and they will fall off the bone! Your favorite gluten free BBQ sauce will just be icing on the cake… or ribs… you know what I mean!
Don’t over think it!
Baking ribs in the oven is so easy, it makes you question if you’re doing it right. Just apply salt and pepper, place on baking sheet with tall sides preferred and cover with foil. Cook for 4 hours at 275. Remove them and uncover. Apply your gluten free BBQ sauce and then broil on low for 5-7 minutes. Just don’t burn the sauce!
It’s so simple! Give it a try. You really can’t do this wrong and they just melt off the bone! Let me know in the comments below what you think, or shoot me a message on Instagram!
Oven Baked Ribs
- Rack of ribs
- Your Favorite BBQ sauce!
Apply salt and pepper to both sides of the ribs
place ribs on baking sheet or deep dish and seal with alluminum foil
Bake at 275 for 4 hours
After 4 hours, remove foil and apply a generous amount of your favorite BBQ sauce
Broil on low for 5-7 minutes or until the BBQ sauce carmelizes a bit but not burnt
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