Grilled BBQ Ribs

Grilled fall off the bone barbecue ribs smothered in saucy tangy BBQ Sauce! Who knew you could enjoy amazing ribs, right at home?

Its Grilling Season!!

I know some people like to cook BBQ ribs in the oven, but I love cooking them on the grill so today I thought I’d share with you my recipe for Grilled BBQ Ribs made right on the grill. Grilling ribs is easier than you might think, you just need to make sure to follow the steps correctly for the best result. If you don’t, you might be left with dried out ribs, and who likes that? Grilled BBQ Ribs are just perfect for summer!

Disclaimer: I am NOT a rib grilling expert. I’m just sharing with you my method for grilling ribs. I don’t know if it’s right or wrong, all I know is that it works for me.


  • 3  slabs park baby back ribs
  • 1 cup of your favorite DryRub
  • Your favorite BBQ sauce
  • 1 cup honey
  • 3 cups apple juice


  • Prepare your grill to 275-300 degrees.
  • Prep the ribs: Trim any excess fat or loose pieces of meat from the ribs.
  • Season the ribs with the Dry Rub. You will use about 1/4 of the rub on the bone side of the ribs and 3/4 of the rub on the meaty side.
  • When the grill has reached a temperature of 300F, place the ribs on the grill, making sure they are NOT above the flames. You are cooking these over indirect heat!
  • Cook the ribs for about 90 minutes, making sure that the ribs don’t start to burn.
  • Remove the ribs from the grill and slather them with 1 cup honey.
  • Place the ribs in a foil pan that will fit on the grill, again, over indirect heat. Pour in about 3 cups apple juice, or enough so that there’s about 1 inch of apple juice in the bottom of the pan. Cover the pan with foil and place it on the grill away from the direct heat.
  • Continue cooking the ribs for another 45 minutes to 90 minutes, or until the ribs are tender and just starting to fall off the bone.
  • Remove the ribs from the pan and place them directly on the grill. Brush the ribs with your favorite sauce and cook for about 10 minutes on medium low heat, until the BBQ sauce starts to caramelize.

Enjoy – see you in the Kitchen!

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