Barbecue Baby Back Ribs

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Barbecue Baby Back Ribs

Barbecue Baby Back Ribs

I grew up with a sincere love of barbecue. The Mother was a judge at the first Jack Daniels World Champion Invitational Barbecue Competition. From her, I learned to appreciate the subtle flavors that permeate the smoky goodness of well-prepared ribs. My dad’s original recipe for barbecue sauce is served in many restaurants. From Max, I learned the importance of balancing flavors that shine through after being cooked.

When we started eating keto, I bought several varieties of sugar free barbecue sauce to slather on ribs. None of them satisfied the craving for smoky, sweet, and tangy goodness. So, I started cooking. My recipe for Barbecue Baby Back Ribs uses my Low Carb Revolution Barbecue Seasoning Blend for depth of flavor and my Low Carb Revolution Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce for the finishing touch. Gluten free, sugar free, and low carb, everyone I’ve served this to has asked for seconds.

Are you having a barbecue? Delight your family and friends with technique and flavor. Don’t be surprised if they secretly sign you up for a barbecue competition!



Less than 5 minutes


5 hours


1 rack Baby Back Ribs, skinned

4 ounces Low Carb Revolution Barbecue Seasoning Blend

10 ounces Low Carb Revolution Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce


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  1. Preheat your smoker or grill (for indirect heat) to 250F.
  2. Rub rib rack with Low Carb Revolution Barbecue Seasoning Blend all over.
  3. Completely wrap rib rack in aluminum foil.
  4. Place in smoker or grill (covered) and cook for 2.5 hours.
  5. Open aluminum foil to make a cradle and continue to cook for 2.5 hours, basting every 20 minutes with Low Carb Revolution Sweet and Tangy Barbecue Sauce.
  6. Ribs are done when the meat begins to pull away from the bone.
  7. Chop slab into quarters and serve warm.



4 servings


Don’t have access to a grill, cook following the same process in your oven. Just remember that the cooking time may be shorter.

You can cook these in advance and reheat on the grill later. That’s what is so great about them.


Net carbs: 2 grams

Sugar alcohols: 8 grams

Total carbs: 19 grams

Fiber: 9 grams

Fat: 66 grams

Protein: 46 grams

Sodium: 581 milligrams

Calories: 842



  • Gail W Beck

    Nice of you to share this. All the best on this day. 😊😎✌

  • Linda Goad

    Hi Chef Alexa and team. I love that you’re sharing your family recipe for bbq ribs. Thank you. Stay well and be safe. Best.

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