Easiest Fall Off the Bone BBQ Ribs Recipe


We all long for those summer sunny days where everyone is together, music pumping, vibes flowing, and the barbecue grilling, with my personal favourite, ribs. I can’t tell you how much winter makes me miss this but luckily for us, I have the easiest oven recipe for bbq ribs we can indulge in during these cold months and it only requires a few ingredients. So why not bring summer to us?

Prep Time: 20M      Cook Time: 2h 45M


  • 1 Rack of Back Ribs
  • 1 Bag of Mini Peppers (Red, Yellow, Orange)
  • 1 Cup of Diana Rib Sauce (or sauce of choice)
  • Pinch of Black Pepper

*The amount of rib sauce will vary depending on your preference*

Preheat Oven to 150•C (300•F)

Start by placing removing the membrane from the bone side of the rack. Place two sheets of aluminum foil on the baking tray (this is gonna help prevent your sauce from leaking later). Take your favourite rib sauce, I used Diana Sauce to help me save time on a school night, and evenly coat on both sides then place the ribs on the tray bone side up.

Take another two pieces of foil and cover the top of the ribs, rolling the foil in facing up. Put the tray into the oven and let it slow cook for about 2h 30m. While it’s cooking wash and cut the peppers to add later.


Remove the ribs from the oven and reset it to broil. Open the foil (you can drain the excess sauce but I like to keep it for rice or potatoes!) and cut the ribs into 2-3 pieces, add more sauce on each side and place bone side up. Then toss the peppers in and place to broil for about 3 mins, then turning the ribs for another 2 minutes.

Take ribs out of the oven and serve hot, paired with your favourite sides.

Enjoy your perfect fall off the bone ribs with peppers!


Share this recipe with your family and friends, or try it yourself! Whats your favourite sauce for ribs?

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