Remove the silverskin from the back of the ribs by peeling off.
Lightly season the ribs with garlic powder and a little salt and pepper or your favorite rub.
Brush bbq sauce over the entire front and back of each rack of ribs.
Tightly wrap each rack in heavy-duty aluminum foil folding in the sides and the top to form packets. Place the packets with the seam facing up in a long pan or baking sheet.
Place in the center of your oven and bake for 2-2-1/2 hours or until the meat is pulling back little from the cut ends of the bones.
When ribs are close to being done, fire up your grill to medium heat.
Open the foil packets and carefully pour off the hot liquid. Take the ribs out of the foil and put them on your heated grill for 5-8 minutes per side, or until they start to form a little char. Brush more bbq sauce on both sides of the ribs and continue to grill over indirect heat 5-10 minutes more to “bake” on the sauce. Be sure to turn the ribs to prevent burning.
Remove grilled ribs to a serving platter, cut into half racks and serve with additional sauce.
Mmm, Mmm, Mmm!
Serving Size: Recipe makes about 4+ servings. Each serving has between 1-4 grams of net carbs depending upon how much sauce you use.
Please note that the nutrition data is a ballpark figure. Exact data depends on your specific ingredients, the amounts you actually use and how you prepare the recipe. Consequently, I recommend you enter your own calculations into myfitnesspal.com for personal results.