3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs Recipe On The Smoker

Traeger Smoker GrillI’ve recently bought a Traeger Texas Pellet Grill3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs Recipe On The Smoker to barbecue and smoke meat. This has quickly become my new hobby.

So, I thought that I would document some of my successes….and failures here on Money Q&A as I learn to be a backyard barbecue grill master. I hope you enjoy these couple of recipes and pictures of what I’ve been up to on my off time.

Here is the first recipe that I’ve tried on the Traeger Smoker, 3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs Recipe. They are super easy to make and taste great!

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3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs

Bake The Ribs In Foil For 2 Hours

Transfer the ribs to a rimmed baking sheet and set the temperature to 225 degrees F.

Sprinkle half the brown sugar on the rack, then top with half the honey and half of the remaining apple juice.

3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs

Cook Ribs For 1 More Hour

Brush the ribs on both sides with BBQ Sauce, discard the foil, arrange the ribs directly on the grill grate, and continue to grill until the sauce “tightens”, which will be 30 minutes to 1 hour more.

3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs

2 thoughts on “3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs Recipe On The Smoker”

  1. The 3-2-1 method is tried and true……BUT that being said you don’t have to take 6 hours to make baby back ribs. I’ve been smoking ribs for years, and have been following more of the higher heat competition method seen on shows like BBQ Pitmasters. I crank the heat up to 275-300, and smoke ’em for about 2 hours, then wrap them in foil for 1 hour, then firm them back up by putting them on the grill with the sauce (to let it caramelize) for about 15-20 minutes. Fantastic smoked babybacks in less than 3.5 hours!


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