Most Amazing Pork Chops Ever

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Grandma’s Pork Chops

Great Pork Chops from Grandma!

Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Temp Low

Need quick and Simple? Here you go! This recipe has been circulating around the facebook page for a while, and has received rave reviews. We wanted to make sure that it was brought to the attention of everyone who was looking for “quick and easy dinners”, because this one really fits the bill! We served ours on a bed of mashed potatoes, but it would be great on top of rice, or egg noodles also! The meat literally falls apart, and the gravy is delicious! This will definitely be a repeat recipe in our homes! Hope y’all enjoy this “simply scrumptious” meal as much at we did!!!

Used 6-quart slow cooker

Ingredients

  • 4 Pork Chops, bone in
  • 1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup
  • 1 Package Onion Soup Mix
  • 1 Package Dry Pork Gravy Mix
  • 1 1/2 Cups Chicken Broth

Directions

  1. Step One

    First place the pork chops down in the bottom.

  2. Step Two

    The remaining four ingredients will be mixed in a mixing bowl and then poured over the top of the meat.

  3. Step Three

    Cover and cook on Low for 6-8 hours.

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  1. Sarah

    So good! I saw the other reviews about it being too salty, so I used low sodium cream of chicken. And instead of 1.5 cups of broth, I used 3/4 cup of water and a pinch of chicken bouillon. (Next time I’ll use even slightly less water to make the gravy even thicker.) I used the onion soup mix and gravy mix as is and used boneless instead of bone-in chops. Delish! But it definitely would’ve been too salty had I put anything else with salt in it. The modifications were perfect. The hubby and I ate it all up with mashed potatoes and will be making it again!

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  2. Renee M.

    Total surprise. I really never make pork chops cause they always come out chewy and dry. I made this and all I can say is wow… I made them with boneless pork chops 6 of them. to my amazement everyone ate it even my 8 year old son who is very picky… With the left overs I made pulled pork I added bbq sauce and shredded the pork and another 2 lunches for my 10 year old….

    Thank you again girls

    Renee

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  3. Shannon

    Best crockpot pork chop recipe!! My family loves this one and I make it often. This time though I switched out the onion soup packet for a packet of Italian dressing (dry) and it was so awesome!! My boys 7 & 4 love this meal. Definitely worth trying out!!

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  4. Toni

    super easy and quite delicious. Served mine over homemade mashed potatoes. yum!

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  5. Christine

    AMAZING! Super tender – literally falls off the bone! My hubby is not a fan of pork but he actually liked this!! Thank you! It totally rocked!

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  6. Mary

    I made these the other night. They were amazing!!! My boyfriend loved them. He said they are definitely going into the rotation. Can’t wait to try other recipes on here. Thank you Crockin Girls!!

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  7. Rachelle

    Ok, so I can’t wait to try out this receipe! It looks sooo good and everybody seems to love it! I only have 6 boneless pork chops, thawed. Does anybody have any suggestions on how long to cook them for? They aren’t really too thick, maybe about 1/2 inch. Having family over for dinner tomorrow night and would love to try use this receipe!

  8. Barbara

    So we need to place the pork chops at the bottom of the Slow Cooker…. I see…

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  9. Kathy

    This was good, but very, very salty. I’d not make it again unless I tweak the recipe to make it more palatable and healthy. Perhaps leave out the pork gravy packet altogether and use homemade chicken broth and low sodium canned soup and onion soup. There was no denying the chops were flavorful and tender, so I will try again using these changes.

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  10. heidi

    Made this exactly as written and it was a HIT!! Husband loved it and so did my picky kids. I have served it over white rice and mashed potatoes. Very easy and deelish!

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  11. Dave

    Your recipe sounds great, but I like to see the nutritional facts.

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  12. Diana

    I made this & it was yummy , I am going to make this again Sunday after Church dinner it is yummy and it’s ready when I get home from Church , I love crock pot recipes for Sundays &. I love your recipes they are all awesome & EASEY !!!!!!!! Thank you Crockingirls ❤❤

  13. Gary

    It is very tasty but over the top in sodium. Will search for a healthier way to make this

  14. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Marilyn, You can easily thicken the gravy by adding a slurry of corn starch. You would add this after it is done cooking. Just stir it in and it should thicken right up.

  15. MARILYN

    Loved this recipe, I made it tonight, for our Valentine’s dinner. The only question I have is the gravy is more like juice. I used four real thick bone in porkchops. They were an inch or inch and a half thick, is the gravy suppose to be thick or watery? Should I have used more pork gravy packets? The only thing I tweaked was I used cream of mushroom soup instead of cream of chicken, i did everything else by the book. Any suggestions on how to thicken up the gravy next time?

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  16. Paige

    We loved this! My crock pot is hotter than most and I did not decide on this meal until a few hours ahead of time, so I cooked it on high for 2 hours and then on low for 1.5 hours. I used my meat thermometer to check it and it was fully cooked as well as tender. I also did not have a dry gravy pack, but i did add some canned gravy. It was delicious! I can’t wait to eat leftovers!

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    Linda

    Absolutely love this recipe! I follow it as written. Perfect!

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  18. Tressie

    This is one of our favorite recipes in my home! I don’t think its too salty as others have posted. And I love to make biscuits and pour the gravy on top! So delicious!

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  19. sandra

    We loved this recipe! I used 1/2 pack of onion soup mix. My picky kids loved it so much that they were hoping there was enough for leftovers!

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  20. Shannon

    Shannon

    I thought this was delicious!! I took other reviewers advice and reduced the amount of onion soup mix to a Tbsp and I had cream of mushroom soup on hand so I used that instead. I also was only cooking 2 thick bone in chops so as you can see the recipe is quite adaptable. It made the perfect brown gravy for mashed potatoes. Not too thin or thick. The chops were fork tender and very flavorful. This was in my opinion one of the tastiest pork chop recipes I’ve made. So so easy too!

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  21. Molly

    This was good. I also thought it was a little salty. Maybe low sodium soup and broth next time or replace water for some broth. Great flavor overall, though.

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  22. Cornelia

    Has anyone made this with pork tenderloin? Wanted to try it that way- with what I have around. Thanks.

  23. Serena B.

    One of our family favorites! I’ve never used the pork gravy in it, but it’s been great the way I’ve been making it!

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  24. Kim

    My husband LOVED this! Only thing I did different was that I quickly seared the chops and I used 1/2 packet of onion soup mix.This will be added to our FAVE list!

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  25. Lauren

    I thought this was SUPER easy to prepare…. took no time at all. However, it was TOO salty. Hard for me to eat it but I think if one used less onion mix…it would come out pretty darn good.

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  26. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Glad it was a hit, Andria! Next time you need to make your potatoes in the crock, too! http://crockingirls.com/recipes/baked-potatoes/

  27. Amanda

    This was simple and delicious!!! Our family ate every bit of it and didn’t find it to be too salty as some of the reviews above had mentioned. Can’t wait to make it again!!

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  28. Andria

    This was great! I came home from work made a salad, baked potatoes in the microwave, and threw rolls in the oven and dinner was on the table by 5:15. Everyone loved it! Definately will make again.

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  29. Shawnie

    I will start by saying I doubled everything. I have four boys and they love gravy! They also love bone-in anything so we used bone-in pork chops and this was amazing. The guys have even said this is a repeat, which honestly does not happen too often. Thanks y’all! I’m off to find another receipe to make tonight, I cannot wait to try all the amazing receipes you all have.

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  30. Christina

    This was a very simple recipe and we all liked it. Only problem was that I used Boneless and it was very dry. I will have to make it again. Making the Italian Beef now!

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  31. Stacey

    I didn’t have any onion soup mix so i used ranch seasoning instead and served it over cooked egg noodles. The family loved it! I’ll admit it was slightly salty but tasty none the less! Def a keeper in my book!! I’ve started to buy the core items like ranch seasoning, cream of chicken/mushroom soup, broth, canned beans and tomatoes so when I want to crock a meal I have most of the items..and the rest I compromise but so far they have all worked out well!!

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  32. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    SO glad to hear so many of you like this one!

    CIndy, I like to try a recipe as it is written first unless I know it has something in it we don’t like. Then the next time I make it I can tweak it and see how we like it best.

    Happy Crockin’, Y’all!

  33. Tracy E.

    I made this recipe for my family and it was a huge hit! I used six large, bone-in chops and next time I’ll have to double the recipe…even my daughters who aren’t pork chop “fans” wanted more. I used cream of chicken & mushroom soup with a packet of brown gravy mix since I didn’t have the pork gravy. Highly recommend this one–they were super tender with great flavor.

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  34. Amber

    Amber

    Good recipe. I served it with Quinoa and mixed the gravy into it. My picky kids gobbled it up! The pork chops were good and not salty at all but I used more water than chicken broth since the previous reviews said it was salty and I do not like salt.

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  35. Nancy

    Loved this recipe! It’s amazing how tender and flavorful the meat is. I served them over mashed potatos and it was a hit with the family.

  36. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Cindy, I would just use whichever you prefer. I’m not big on mushrooms so a lot of times I’ll use cream of chicken soup even when a recipe calls for cream of mushroom. Just your preference! Let us know what you try and how you like it.

  37. Cindy

    Question..I am excited to try this recipe, but after reading comments, reviews I am a little confused. Not sure to go by recipe as stated or try cr of mushroom soup and brown gravy instead of cr of chicken soup and pork gravy. I am using frozen boneless pork ribs..Please help!
    I really want to make this asap…which ingredients work best? PS….love the website and going to purchase cookbook today.

  38. Amy W.

    The pork was tender, but it was too salty and the gravy was really watery. I think adding a can of cream of onion or mushroom soup might help. Next time I will do that and omit the onion soup mix and use low sodium ck broth to reduce the sodium.

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  39. Cara

    THIS WAS FANTASTIC!! Little salty but my 9 month old baby had a field day on pork chop! She ate it like it was going out of style! Will definitely make ths again!

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  40. Angie

    My family loved this recipe. Pork chops turn out so tender. All we had left was a little bit of meat and alot of gravy so my husband took it to work the next day and poured it on bread and loved it then too.

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  41. Terri

    Made this yesterday. Very tasty, but too salty. Next time I will cut the onion soup mix in half. Meat was very tender and not dried out.

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  42. Jay

    Too salty! Next time I’ll use reduced -sodium condensed soup and broth or sub 1/2 broth with water. My husband did really enjoy it, though.

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  43. Melissa

    Melissa

    Great recipe! I am going to try it next time with a pork tenderloin. It should fall apart by the time it’s finished cooking. I did thicken the gravy a little after it was all done with a bit of flour and butter. Then pulled out the bones and re-added the pork to the gravy and set the crock pot on warm. It was awesome! The tenderloin is just a personal preference that I think will turn out well. Thanks again ladies!!!

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  44. Dawna M.

    Made this again tonight but I froze the pork chops to give me a longer cooking time and I used pork chops without the bone. I cooked it for about 10 hrs on low and the meat was so tender it just feel apart. Great recipe !

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  45. Shannon

    These are truly the most amazing pork chops. The chops were falling apart they were so tender. We had them with mashed potatoes and green beans. This will become a regular meal in our house!

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  46. Julia

    These were so tender we could cut them with a fork! Very easy, very tasty and my entire family thought they were delicious!

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  47. stephanie

    Amazeballs!!! Made this for dinner tonight. It was a huge hit with all of us, including my very finicky 12 year old. Followed recipe to a t. Only thing I did differently was when the chops were done, I took them out, deboned & took the fat off them. I thickened the gravy with a bit of water/corn starch, then put the chops back in. Served over mashed potatoes along with some peas. Delicious! The meat is soo tender & the gravy is wonderful!

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  48. Darlene

    I have a big family with big eaters so I just made this (X5) and put it in the oven (my oven has a slow cooker setting) in a large roasting pan. I had to put a few chops on top of the others and I also only made 4x the gravy mixture…I was afraid that when the moisture from the chops comes out it would overflow. The chops were all very well covered with the gravy mixture so I hope it will be ok. I used a pork loin and cut it into 20 thick (about 1″) chops. Can’t wait to eat this!

  49. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    No, boneless would be fine. I’ve used boneless for this recipe a number of times.

  50. Andrea

    Do u have to use bone in.

  51. Debbie

    Bravo ladies, for the first time in quite a while I have NO leftovers! Most tender pork chops I have ever had!

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  52. Debbie N.

    Printed and took this recipe home to my husband who JUST retired and is now doing the cooking! LOL! Well he made it and of course it was yummy… but now he thinks he is the greatest cook in the world. To funny! I will continue to print more recipes for him to “cook”!

    Debbie

  53. Tami

    Made this yesterday & It WAS AMAZING!!!!! Third recipe from your site & third hit!!!!

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  54. Tara

    This reminded me of my childhood and my mom’s amazing pork chops and gravy! Yet it took much less time and effort! I seared them first, as was recommended by another member, and next time I will deglaze the pan with some of the chicken broth and add it to the pot for maximum gravy flavor. So happy to have found this delicious recipe!

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  55. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Glad you found a new way to make it that your family likes, Christina :)

    And Tami…this one makes way more gravy than the BRC. I think it would be enough for y’all.
    Happy Crockin’ to ya!

  56. Christina D.

    Christina D.

    I must say that every time I make these, my son Spencer tells me that not only are the pork chops amazing, but I am the most amazing mom in the world! Last time I made them I was out of cream of chicken soup, but had a can of cream of mushroom so I used that and I must say it was really good as well! I think i like it better with the cream of mushroom, sauce was a little richer.

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  57. Tami

    I am anxious to try this after reading all of the great reviews. I am going to make this this weekend before we go to my daughters soccer tournament on Sunday….my one question is….Does the exact recipe make “enough” gravy? When I made your bacon ranch chicken recipe I found that I need to double the sauce recipe next time. Thank You :)

  58. Veronica

    the name of this recipe says it all!! Oh My Goodness these were the best pork chops in the crockpot I have ever prepared!! I will be cooking these VERY often!! Yumm -O!

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  59. Crockin Girls

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    You go, Kelli! Prepping/freezing ahead of time is such a huge time saver and it’s so nice when you don’t have to worry about “what’s for dinner?” every night! So glad you’ve got a system going. We <3 to hear that! That’s what this site is all about…getting a healthier home cooked meal on the table with a lot less stress and time in the kitchen :) Happy Crockin’ to ya!

  60. kelli

    Wow! I spent a couple hours this weekend making and freezing 6 different meals on here and this one was our first one to eat – my picky daughter and even pickier husband were salivating when they smelled them and I’ve never seen them eat so much! I plan on making several of these and having ready to go! This one would be a great one for quests too – just need to throw in a couple bags. I can’t wait to try the rest of them! Making them ahead and freezing them is what has excited me the most! I am out of the house for 10 hours during the day, so having them prepared ahead of time is a must! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

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  61. Kimberly

    These were so yummy! And the gravy was great on mashed potatoes. The only thing I would change is how salty they are….maybe choosing a low sodium chicken broth would help. But they were really fantastic!

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  62. Erica

    Crockin Girls,
    I wanted a new way to cook pork chops and came across your site. THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! The pork chops are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING.. This will be my go to recipe. I have told my cousin and my mom about this site. Thanks for making such a fabulous site with delicious recipes. Keep up the great work. I will try many more of your recipes. Enjoy your Labor Day holiday!! :)

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  63. Heather

    These are AMAZING! It was bitter sweet though, the smell that filled the house reminded me of my great grandmothers cooking. Awesome stuff!!!

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  64. ashley

    My picky eaters loved this recpie and everyone went back for seconds…..great dish!!!!!!

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  65. Lisa

    YUM!!! I did this recipe tonight with boneless chops and added the schwans baby bakers. It was to die for! I quickly realized that 5 chops weren’t enough so I’m going to try this recipe next time with a pork loin instead. The gravy was out of this world and really needed mashed potatoes instead of the baby bakers. Definitely a keeper!!

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  66. robin

    This is a good recipe, but I made mine with boneless, butterfly chops and while it was a tasty dish, I think the bone-in chops are probably the best way to go. The bone would have added more depth of flavor. I used brown gravy instead of pork gravy. I don’t know if there is much difference but the flavor was a bit watery for me. I want to try this one again using bone-in chops and pork gravy as the recipe says. My husband liked it, so overall it was a winner.

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  67. Jennifer

    Entire family LOVED it! Made it two weeks in a row! I like to use boneless pork steaks, though.

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  68. Crockin Girls

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    Lisa,
    I have never had the Baby Bakers so I looked them up. I think they would be tasty and it would be good with the pork chops and gravy.

  69. Lisa

    I have a bag of Schwans Baby Bakers (small potatoes in the jacket) and I wondered if I could add these to the recipe so the meal would be complete. I won’t be home in time to mashed potatoes as I had planned. I didn’t know how much gravy was in this.

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    Rexanne

    My family now ask for this every week! Even my pickiest eater loves this recipe!

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    Crockin Girls

    It’s a family favorite for us, too.

  72. Danielle

    Great for the whole family!!! SO EASY!

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  73. April J.

    Super Yummy! Everyone went back for a second helping. I did not trim the fat off prior to cooking. Thirty minutes prior to serving, I removed chops and the fat and bones just fell off the meat. I then put the chops back into the crockpot to keep them warm. My ten-year-old requsted that I make this meal again!

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  74. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    4 hours for your pork chops should be fine. Check them just to make sure but you should be ready to get into some amazing chops.

  75. STEPHANIE

    My fresh bone-in pork chops are super thick – can I still do 4 hrs on high?

  76. Diane H.

    PS. I used the country style pork to make this dish.. it was only like $1.59/lb… they have a lot of fat on them, but I trimmed all visible fat that I could, and then put them in 400 degree oven on a baking sheet about 20m to cook of some fat before putting them in the crock pot… It’s just what I had on had & what was on sale in the grocery store this week… will try with regular chops next time, but these were delicious & a good way to cook the southern style pork ribs.

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  77. Diane H.

    Wow, yes, this was AMAZING! OK, so… I’ve always loved pork chops anyway… but i put this on before going to church this morning, and this afternoon around 5pm had the most amazingly tender chops & super rich gravy! I just made a pot of rice & some fresh/sauteed geen beans on the side… doesn’t get any easier or better than this!

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  78. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thanks for the comment. I would have to agree, these chops are amazing. If you are putting them in frozen, you will need to add an hour to the cooking time.

  79. Heather R.

    We love this recipe! The pork chops are so tender and full of flavor! How long would you recommend putting the chops in for if they are frozen? So far I’ve used fresh or defrosted them ahead of time.

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    It’s not very pretty…I agree! Maybe you could blindfold your family and tell them that it will enhance their other senses, like taste. No???? I didn’t think so…lol! Happy Crockin’, girl!

  81. Melissa F.

    I’m not a huge pork chop fan but these turned out really good. Very tender and great flavor, I just wish it was a prettier dish. Sometimes my family will look at it and if it doesn’t look that appealing I start to hear the complaints. The great flavor made up for appearance, I served it with mashed potatoes and green salad.

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  82. Crockin Girls

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    Leanne, This should work just fine. Not only will you have amazing pork chops, you will also have a yummy baked potato to eat with it.

  83. Leanne

    Leanne

    I am going to try this recipe in a few days, however, I’ve read a few other recipes (different web site) that have something similar…only they put foil wrapped potatoes on top of the pork chop mixture to cook at the same time. is this a good idea??

  84. Melissa F.

    I’m making these for dinner tonight just put them in the crock. I added 6 chops instead of 4, I hope it still comes out right. I’ll let you know what I think after dinner.

  85. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Caroline,
    Thank you for your comments. Glad it was a big hit for you and your family…especially your 4 year old. Love the tweaks you made to fit your taste…looks good.

  86. Caroline D.

    This recipe is amazing! I really am not a fan or pork chops, so I’m always looking for a new way to prepare them. Made a few changes but it turned out perfectly! Used thick cut boneless chops and a packet of reduced sodium brown gravy instead of the pork gravy and after the pork chops were cooked I added about a 1/4 cup milk with a heaping tablespoon of flour mixed in to the sauce to thicken it into a true gravy. Also- cooked on high 3.5 hours instead of on low because I ran out of time! Served with mashed potatoes and green beans. It was SO good. Even my 4 year old who is super picky and hates all meat ate the pork (still wouldn’t eat the mashed potatoes…but I’ll take what I can get!) Thanks for a super easy and delicious recipe!

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  87. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Jill,
    You might want to try a low sodium cream soup and low sodium broth. You might also try brown gravy instead of pork gravy. Hope this helps.

  88. Kristine J.

    Any substitutions to make this less salty? I haven’t made it from the recipe but from what I am reading it seems as though they are a bit salty. Any suggestions for not making them so salty? I am eager to try these but am the kind of person who doesn’t add salt to most foods, so I am worried to make a whole crock of these and have them be too salty for me.

  89. Jill W.

    This is our favorite recipe! It makes the most AMAZING salty yummy gravy ever! (Not just the most amazing pork chops ever!) I add carrots in with the pork chops and serve it with green beans and mashed potatoes or rice. Yumm! Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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  90. Amanda M.

    I did not have chicken broth or pork gravy. I used water and brown gravy instead. I only had thick cut boneless pork chops in the freezer. I have made this by the original recipe and it was salty to us. This version came out perfect! With a picky child and with us as the only 2 adults eating this, it makes enough for over 4 meals for us. I can stretch it to about 6-8 if I want to. This is a new favorite for us! Thanks, ladies!!!

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  91. Christina D.

    Christina D.

    These were amazing! My family loved them and the left overs were demanded by the kids for lunch. I served them over rice with a nice green salad!

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  92. Tina C.

    I have made these Amazing Pork Chops a few times, My fiance loves this recipie. Very good and very simple…

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  93. Dawna M.

    Try this today and it is very good. My 15 year old daughter loves it.. Great flavor and easy to make. Thanks for a great recipe !

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  94. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thanks, Kim! So glad we could change your mind about pork chops :)

  95. Kim G.

    I’ve never been a big pork chop fan, but these were truly amazing! I used the think boneless pork chops and have made them several times. I love this recipe. Thank you….I have recommended this recipe and crockin girls to many family members and friends.

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  96. brandy v.

    LOVE THIS. have made it several times my picky eaters even ask when im going to make it again. its a keeper. thank you so much. do u have an app for phones?

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  97. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Yay! Glad it was a hit for your family…especially your husband! :)

  98. Amanda M.

    These were absolutely amazing! I have a very picky husband – he cleaned his plate. I have not had to many good experiences with the crock pot and I am so happy I found you ladies! Normally I hate to cook pork chops, but this was so yummy and super easy to make. I put everything together last night before bed, stuck it in the fridge, and turned it on this morning. I knew it would be good when I walked into the house and was hit in the face with a super yummy smell. Went great with rice and green beans. Thanks ladies so much!

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  99. Brenda W.

    These were absolutely delicious!!! Used thick no bone butterfly pork chops!!! Husband loved!!

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  100. Crockin Girls

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    Jennifer,
    You can cook this recipe on high for about 4 hours…it will still be amazing.

  101. Jennifer A.

    Does anyone know if I would get same results if I cooked on high for less time? :)

  102. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    We’ve made them with boneless and they’re just as tasty!!!! Go for it, girl!

  103. Joni

    Joni

    How do y’all feel about using boneless chops in this? Do you think it would be too dry?

  104. Patty D.

    These are amazing! Awesome with mashed potatoes and creamed corn. This recipe is definately a keeper!

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  105. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Glad y’all have found the recip to be Amazing just like us. :)

  106. Sarah M.

    I made these tonight, and they were delicious! I usually grill chops, but I will probably always cook them this way now. Even my super picky 4 and 5 year old boys asked for seconds! Definitely a keeper recipe.

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  107. Alaina K.

    Not sure why but chops were tough and dry. Used bone in chops. Family wasn’t crazy about the flavor.

  108. marsha b.

    I served this for Christmas Day dinner – my entire family thought it was “amazing” – I have to agree!!!

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  109. Jen H.

    These really are amazing porj chops! simple to make. My VERY picky 10 year old loved them!!!!!!!!

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  110. Michele O.

    Sooo tender! Love these! Does not work as well with boneless chops. Thick, bone-in are the way to go!

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  111. Amy A.

    OK, this is seriously one of the best recipes I have EVER tried!! I’ve made it several times so far. I do not think I will ever tire of it. DELICIOUS!

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  112. Elena R.

    I was really excited about this recipe, the whole house was filled with wonderful smells. My family loved it but I really did not care for it. The gravy just had a funny taste to me. Hopefully others have better luck!

  113. kendra p.

    this is so amazing I make at least every other week.

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  114. lisa r.

    I love this recipe it is the best pork recipe I have ever used I always make this with a bone in pork roast instead of chops and we love it

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  115. Linda C.

    Omg this is so good!!!!!!

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