There's definitely more than one way to create delicious and succulent pork ribs, but none of them can beat the finger-licking-good ribs that come straight out of your slow cooker. While other methods require vigorously wrapping ribs in foil, furiously basting them while cooking or constantly moving them around the grill, this recipe lets you drop the pork ribs into a marinade, turn a button and come back later to fall-off-the-bone ribs.
If you need any other reason to love this recipe, let it be the short ingredient list. Of course you can make your own barbecue sauce (also in your slow cooker!), but remember that ketchup needs some time to cook out, so prepare it in advance if you do. And if you're really in a time crunch, you don't even need the last step of adding the barbecue sauce to the slow cooker at all. This step at the end just gives the sauce a chance to warm through, but it's not necessary.
Pro tip: For charred bits that will add a smoky flavor and make it seem as though the ribs came fresh off the grill, brush the ribs with sauce and place them under the broiler for just a few minutes instead of placing them back into the slow cooker.