Easiest BBQ Ribs Recipe Done In 90 Minutes!

Easiest BBQ Ribs Recipe -Musthavemom.com

I am a HUGE fan of BBQ Ribs and whenever we go out to eat I usually end up ordering the ribs. It’s funny because I never used to like them but that was because my only experiences with them had been tough, dry ribs that I didn’t care for. Once I tasted some fall off the bone ribs I was hooked. Ribs should be tender and juicy and falling off the bone. In order to get them that way you generally have to cook them slowly for a long period of time. While I love ribs, I generally don’t have all day to grill them or babysit them in the oven. In fact with back to school time upon us, my time is in short supply and I need an easy meal that cooks itself so to speak. My solution? Cook them in an oven bag! The same oven bags that deliver moist, juicy turkeys can also deliver tender ribs! Just like an oven bag cooks a turkey in record time, it also will deliver fully cooked ribs in just 90 minutes! These are the easiest BBQ Ribs ever!

Oven Bag Ribs Recipe -Musthavemom.com

To make delicious BBQ ribs in just 90 minutes you will need a rack of pork ribs (bone in), your favorite rib rub, Reynolds Oven Bags (turkey size) and your favorite BBQ sauce.

BBQ Ribs cooked in a Reynolds oven bag -Musthavemom.com

To prepare the ribs sprinkle them with rib rub generously over the front and back. Next coat the ribs front and back with BBQ sauce. I used about 1 cup of BBQ sauce. Next sprinkle 1 Tbsp of flour inside a Reynolds Turkey Size Oven Bag. Shake it to spread it around inside the bag and then place the ribs inside the bag. Close the end with the provided plastic tie. Tuck the top of the bag under the ribs. Cut six slits in the top of the oven bag. Place on a baking sheet and cook at 350 degrees for 90 minutes.

Easiest way ever to cook BBQ Ribs! -Musthavemom.com

Once you remove them from the oven, carefully remove from the oven bag. Coat them in BBQ sauce and serve immediately.

Oven Bag meals

There are many meals you can prepare with very little mess in the kitchen by simply using Reynolds Oven Bags! Here is another example:

    • Italian Sausage
      • Prep Oven Bag according to directions on the box.
      • Fill oven bag with your favorite type of sausage and roughly chopped peppers and onions.
      • Cook until sausage is well done and vegetables are fork-tender.
      • Serve with fresh bread.

If you are looking for more easy oven bag meals that are perfect for busy weeknight meals then check out Reynolds site for more inspiration!



I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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  1. Those ribs look great, and with relatively no clean up I’m even more tempted. I love the idea of using Oven Bags so that I can trash the mess in a snap.

  2. My boyfriend makes the BEST ribs! He uses Sweet Baby Ray’s! I don’t know that he’s ever tried them in an oven bag before. We’ll have to give it a try!

  3. Never thought to put ribs in an oven bag in the oven. We usually do them on the grill and it makes a mess and has constant flare ups. Will have to try it this way!
    P.S. Love Sweet Baby Rays!

  4. Very cool to cook this in a oven bag, would have never of thought to try this. Ribs are a favorite of my husband, he loves these.

  5. Great ribs do NOT fall off the bone. If you cook anything long enough, they will “fall off the bone”…hell, I’ve cooked chicken bones (for stock), and the bones melted. Great ribs are: take a bite, and if you get a clean bite, without hardly any resistence, and it pulls away easily…are great ribs…that being said, “fall off the bone” or any way you like it is what matters….screw the PC bullshit…if you like it to fall off, let it fall off…THANKS!

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