Get the most succulent and tender ribs effortlessly with your trusty slow cooker. These Crockpot Hawaiian ribs are a delicious dump and go recipe that will leave you wanting more!
Slow Cooker Hawaiian Ribs Recipe
If you love ribs, but don’t love cooking them, I’m about to rock your world!
These Hawaiian ribs are perfectly tangy and juicy and they are so simple to prep. Flavored with pineapple, they are fall off the bone delicious!
Be sure to try my Instant Pot BBQ Ribs and St. Louis Grilled Ribs too!
Why you’ll love this Crockpot Hawaiian Ribs recipe:
- EASY: This recipe only requires 15 minutes of hands on time, then just let your slow cooker do it’s thing.
- ONE POT: Everything for this recipe is all cooked in the Crockpot so clean up is a breeze!
- GREAT FOR A CROWD: This recipe will easily serve 6, so it’s a great option if you are hosting for dinner.
How to make Hawaiian Ribs with Pineapple
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- Place the onions and ribs in your slow cooker.
- Pour the sauce over and cook on low heat.
- Add in the pineapple and cook for one more hour.
- Remove the ribs and boil the liquid in a pot.
- Brush the thickened sauce over the ribs to serve.
Do you use pork or beef ribs?
You can use either for this recipe. Beef ribs contain more fat, so are more juicy and a rich in flavor, but pork ribs have more meat on the bones. Try it with both and choose your favorite!
Do you need to sear the ribs before cooking?
You don’t have to sear your ribs before adding them to the slow cooker, I prefer them un-seared. Searing however will help you get a nice crispy crust if you like that.
Slow cooking the ribs allows all the proteins to break down so you get the juiciest most flavorful ribs ever!
What do you serve with it?
I like to serve these Crockpot Hawaiian ribs on a bed of rice with some sliced green onion, delicious! If you like you can serve them with your favorite cookout style sides like;
- The sriracha adds flavor rather than heat, but if you are particularly sensitive to spicy foods you can swap it for ketchup.
- I found that cooking on low for 7 hours produced the best ribs, but you can cook them on high for 4 hours if you are short on time.
These Crockpot Hawaiian ribs are so delicious and juicy, I just know you are going to love them! So simple and easy to make, you are sure to impress with these!
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