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Slowcooker Pork Chops

Slow Cooker Pork Chops on SixSistersStuff
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Slow Cooker Pork Chops on SixSistersStuff
Who knew that such simple ingredients could make such an amazing meal?!
4 thick-cut pork chops, bone in or boneless
1 (10.75 oz) can cream of chicken soup (I used 98% fat free)
1 (1 oz) package dry ranch dressing mix
4 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 cup chicken broth
pepper to taste

Combine soup, dressing mix, garlic, and broth.  Sprinkle chops with pepper (do not salt).  Place chops in slow cooker and pour soup mixture over top.  Cover and cook on high 4 hours or low 6-7 hours.  Serve over rice or hot potatoes.

Recipe source: Eat Cake for Dinner

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    • says

      I think it would still work with regular ranch dressing. We’ve never tried that before. You just want to get that ranch flavor in it. I would add around 1/4 to 1/2 cup. Let us know how it works.

  1. says

    I’m new to cooking and this looks easy enough! I have some chops in my freezer right now. do they need to thaw first or just put them in? also, my boyfriend doesn’t like ranch (which sucks cuz I’m pretty much in love with it). do you have any flavor suggestions as an alternative?

    • says

      If you put them in frozen, you would want to cook them a little longer and as soon as they are thawed make sure they are not sticking together. Spread them out in the crock pot. The ranch just adds a yummy flavor, it won’t taste like you’re eating salad with ranch dressing all over it. Hope this helps! -The Six Sisters

  2. Kaitie says

    I am a nurse can I put these in the crockpot on low and cook them for 13 hours or is that too long? My pork chops are very thick about 2 inches. I have never seen pork chops like this before.

  3. Jean Balliet says

    Thank you for allowing your recipes to be printed. I usually don’t print recipes from a blog because you have to print 8 pages to get one recipe. Thanks,

  4. CC says

    I made these for dinner tonight. A-MA-ZING. I had extra pork chops, so I added a little extra broth and a can of cream of mushroom soup, as well as an onion. I didn’t salt the pork as advised, and I was really glad I didn’t…it would have been waaaaay too salty. This was delicious!! I served it with basmati rice and roasted asparagus. My family was pleased, and it was ridiculously easy. THANKS FOR A GREAT RECIPE!!

  5. Roxanne says

    Omg! Thank you soooo much for this recipe!
    My boyfriend and i looved it! And the ingredients are so cheap, most of them we always keep in the pantry!
    This is an amazibg budget-friendly recipe <3<3

  6. Christine says

    Just wondering…if I’m adding potatoes, do they get added in the beginning, with all of the other ingredients? Or later in the cooking cycle? Thanks!

    • Cyd says

      You could add cut up potatoes part way through the cooking time. They will need to cook for a few hours to get cooked through.

    • Cyd says

      You can make your own. Here is a recipe we found on Pinterest –
      1 teaspoon dried parsley
      1 teaspoon kosher salt
      1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
      1/4 teaspoon onion powder
      1/4 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
      1/8 teaspoon dried thyme
      Mix all of the above ingredients in a bowl. Store in an airtight container.

  7. Cori says

    Are there alterations that need to be done to this recipe if we are using Thin cut boneless pork chops? And do we really need to double ALL of the ingredients if we are making 8-10 pork chops vs. only 4

    • Cyd says

      If you want all the delicious flavor to coat them in. The original recipe is for 4 thick cut pork chops. So you would want to double if you are doing 8 to 10.

  8. Laurie says

    This is the 3rd recipe from your website I’ve tried to cut and paste ingredients into my shopping list. It won’t let me. I’m not stealing your recipe; I’m just trying to get my errands done as quickly as possible. I won’t be coming back to your site. I know you don’t care. I actually was going to buy your cookbook, but oh well. There are a lot less paranoid bloggers and chefs out there.

  9. Janna Owens says

    I was wondering if you thought cream of potato soap would work? Its what I have on hand. Thanks :)

  10. Diana says

    If you copy and paste it works just fine. You can’t “cut” the recipe because, if it allowed you to the recipe would no longer be there. Try copying and you will see it works.

    • Diana says

      This message was in response to Lori’s about not being able to copy the ingredients and recipe. (I should have mentioned that in my original response).

  11. Laura says

    Referring to Paulette’s question (7/19/2015)…I like to brown all meats that I cook in a crockpot, I would think it can’t hurt to lightly brown the porkchops first. I can’t wait to try this recipe using low fat cream of mushroom soup instead of cream of chicken.

    • Cyd says

      You should be fine to lightly brown the pork first. Pork is a drier piece of meat, so you won’t want to do it very long. :)

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