Tender, tangy bbq ribs are one of the BEST meals you can come home to after a long day’s work, or school or being outside. Made in your slow cooker, the hearty meat combined with a slight tang of apple cider vinegar and mesquite is comfort food to the finest! When you can indulge in a recipe that is also low carb, on program and that EVERYONE will love, it’s a win-win meal you’ll make again and again.
1/4 C apple cider vinegar
1/4 C water
2 lbs boneless pork ribs, all visible fat trimmed off & discarded
Sugar Free BBQ Sauce – Mesquite Style (or your favorite)
- Pour vinegar and water into the bottom of the slow cooker.
- Arrange the ribs in the slow cooker, preferably in a single layer.
- Sprinkle the seasoning generously over the ribs.
- Place cover on the slow cooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours, until fork tender.
- Lightly brush with BBQ Sauce* and serve with your favorite side dish!
Makes approximately 7, 5 ounce servings.
Optavia Recipe / Lean and Green Recipe / 5 & 1 Food Counts for the Optavia & Medifast Program
5 ounces of meat with 1 Tablespoon of Sugar Free BBQ Sauce (or 1/2 teaspoon of regular sauce) is one Lean portion and 1 Condiment.
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