Baked Pork Ribs


Baked Pork Ribs is another very easy and delicious recipe.  We get our ribs from the amazing Clover Hill Farm in Linneus, Missouri.  We were so luck to find a farm that goes the extra mile to care for their animals and deliver the best product.  As a bonus, our farmers have been through the GAPS diet which enables them to really understand our needs.  We feel so blessed to have this wonderful source of clean meat, from animals that were raised with good nutrition, lots of sunshine and love.  The perfect source of nutrition for our delicate bellies!

Baked Pork Ribs

By May 22, 2015

This recipe actually came from Paleo Cupboard.  Dinner time was approaching, we were hungry, and our family can't tolerate cayenne pepper quite yet.  I also didn't slow cook, but even with these changes, the ribs were still juicy.  Our bellies were happy, full and the ribs were ready in 45 minutes!

  • Prep Time : 5 minutes
  • Cook Time : 45 minutes
  • Yield : 6-8 servings
  • Allergens :



  • Pre-heat oven to 375F.
  • Line a rosting pan with parchment paper and place a rack inside.
  • Mix all the spices in a small bowl and rub on the top and bottom of the ribs.
  • Place ribs on rosting pan rack and place it in the oven.
  • Bake them for 45 minutes turning them over at the half-way point.
  • Serve with your favorite side dish!
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2 Responses to Baked Pork Ribs

  1. Mick


    Don’t you find pork is high in histamine and causes reactions?


    • DelicateBelly

      Hi, Mick! That dependes on where the pork is sourced and how it was processed. Pork tends to be treated with lots of antibiotics, gm grains, hormones and more. My suggestion is that if pork is consumed, that it comes from a clean source. We get our pork from a wonderful farmer. It’s free of antibiotics and it’s cared with love and a great diet. Another thing to note is how the meat was processed. The longer the meat sits for packaging, the more histamine it may accumulate. This is true for any meat you buy and consume. The best is to know where it comes from, how the animal was grown and how it was processed before purchasing and consuming it.

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