Complete the perfect camping meal with Campfire Baby Back Ribs!
If you are planning a camping trip soon, be sure to plan to make Campfire Baby Back Ribs. These are absolutely wonderful, plus a nice break from the usual hot dogs or hamburgers.
Who says campfire food has to be boring? Ours was so delicious that we plan to do even more campfire recipes right in our own backyard.
What campfire grill should you use for campfire cooking?
We decided to purchase this campfire grill from Amazon and it’s PERFECT. We got the XL size, it fits perfectly over our fire pit and it’s sort of like a tray, so it’s easy to stand up and put a variety of foods right on top of it.
Makes for an easy way to cookout when you are camping.
How do you make Campfire Baby Back Ribs?
All you need for campfire baby back ribs are the ribs, seasoning, and barbecue sauce. We went with Head Country Original Seasoning and Sauce. That made it simple to season the ribs and then coat with some sauce while cooking.
These were so tender and juicy, honestly some of the best ribs I’ve ever had. We started the cooking process by just placing the ribs directly on the grill and coating them with seasoning and sauce.
We let these slowly cook for about 15 minutes on each side. We decided to foil wrap them at the end of cooking simply to let them slow cook for an additional 20 minutes and get some of that flavor nicely soaked in.
When are baby back ribs well done?
Baby back ribs will be done at 145 degrees; however, the higher the heat, closer to 190 degrees the juicier they are. We cooked ours to about 180 degrees and they were perfect.
These are so good, your furry friends will be begging for some too!
What do you need for Campfire Baby Back Ribs?
- Baby Back Ribs
- BBQ Sauce
Now you are ready to make the best Campfire Baby Back Ribs! These are so good, you don’t even need to go camping to make them, just cook them in your own backyard.
Campfire Baby Back Ribs
- 1 Rack of Pork Baby Back Ribs
- 1 Tbsp Head Country Original Seasoning
- 1/2 Cup Head Country BBQ Sauce
- Place the ribs directly on the campfire grill.
- Sprinkle with seasoning and use a brush to add the sauce to the ribs.
- Let this slowly cook on one side for 15 minutes and rotate.
- Add additional seasoning and sauce to the other side.
- Cook for 15 minutes.
- Carefully wrap the ribs in foil, add more sauce if preferred and let this slow cook for 20-30 minutes, rotating back and forth to evenly cook each side.
- The ribs are done at 145 degrees; however, they are more tender closer to 190 degrees.