Crock Pot Spareribs is a extremely easy recipe that, if done correctly has very little mess or fuss.
All you need is some ribs, a crock pot, spices, BBQ sauce, a cookie sheet, parchment paper, and a crock pot liner.
I did not have a crock pot liner (so I linked to them below) so I improvised with a pot roast bag.
I made a dry rub out of garlic salt, onion powder, chili powder, smoked paprika, cayenne powder, and some pepper.
After ripping off the silverskin, I generously coated my ribs with the dry rub and let them sit out for an hour or so (you can do this overnight).
I then cut the ribs into serving sizes and layered them in the oven bag.
If you want, you can alternate ribs with thin layers of BBQ sauce, but I did not do this so my wife could have some ribs (she is sticking to her diet).
I then folded up the bag and set it in a crockpot on high for about 7 hours.
When the ribs were done, I set my oven to broil, rubbed sauce over my ribs, and put them in the top oven rack under the broiler for 8 minutes.
The resulting ribs were tender, juicy, and very tasty.
They were not fall of the bone soggy, as I did not add any liquid to the bag, but you could do so if you want the ribs to be flaky.