Want a super easy pork chop recipe? Pork chops with stuffing for the win!! Crock-pot pork chops are even easier.
I need to make an apology first, though. I’m sorry I don’t take more pictures of the things I cook/bake during the process. I have very good intentions when I start, but then I get into the actual cooking/baking and forget until it’s either in the oven or done.
I’ll do better, I swear.
Now back to the recipe. When I say this recipe is easy, I mean EASY!!!! Make the stuffing, brown the chops, top the chops and bake!! And it doesn’t have very many ingredients, which makes it even easier.
The crockpot pork chops and stuffing recipe is even easier. If you need a new crockpot, I use this one.
Recipes that require a baking time of 30 or more minutes are great because you can make all of the sides while the main dish is baking.
A recipe is a good one when my kids eat it. I don’t know how many of you have kids but they can be DISASTROUS to cook for. The wrong meal can turn a wonderful evening into a shit storm. Luckily, last night was not one of those evenings.
Everyone got a clean plate award.
Stuffing Topped Pork Chops
Easy 30 minute pork chops that even the kids will like.
- 1 can Cream of Mushroom soup
- 1/3 cup milk
- 6 porkchops (boneless)
- 1 box Stove Top stuffing
- 1 Tbs oil-vegetable or canola
- salt and pepper
- onion powder
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Make stuffing according to directions on box. Set aside.
Season pork chops with salt, pepper and onion powder. Heat oil up in skillet on medium high to high heat. Brown both sides of pork chops for about 2 minutes per side.
Place pork chops in 9×13 dish. Spoon stuffing evenly on top of each of the 6 chops.
Mix milk and soup together. Pour on top of the stuffing covered chops.
Cover in foil and bake 35-40 minutes, or until chops have an internal temp of 140 degrees F.
Making the crockpot pork chop recipe is even easier.
- Place the pork chops in the bottom of a greased crockpot. Sprinkle the salt, pepper and onion powder on top.
- Dump the dry stuffing mix on top.
- Mix the soup and milk together and pour it on top of the dry stuffing.
- Put the lid on and bake for 6-8 hoursd on low heat. (You really don’t want to cook pork chops on high heat. It ruins the tenderness.)
Frequently Asked Questions
What crockpot do you use?
I use this one. It works really well.
How do I know when my pork chops are done?
I use a digital meat thermometer. The internal temperature of pork should be 145-160 degrees F.
Won’t using a crockpot burn my house down?
No. But if you’re concerned, an unnamed source told me that if you leave it on thestovetop and not the counter, you’ll only burn the stovetop and not the house.
I cannot confirm or deny this information because I found nothing on the inter-webs. I did find out, however, that leaving a crockpot on is the same as leaving a light on in terms of electricity usage. That’s good enough for me.