Slow cooker pork chops

Jules —  November 10, 2005

Karen shared a great crock pot recipe with me. I love meals I can throw in the crock in the morning, and by dinner I have a yummy meal AND a clean kitchen!


4 boneless pork chops (I use more for my big family! I’ve even used boneless rib meat. Basically, whatever meat I can get that’s price reduced! Especially, anything with a thick cut.)
1 egg
1 lg. onion
2 cans cream of mushroom soup
2 cups milk


Dip chops in egg and flour.
Brown in skillet and season to taste. (I like seasoning salt.)
Place in crock pot.
Arrange onion over meat.
Pour soup and milk over meat.
Cover and cook on high–4 to 5 hours or low–8 to 10 hours.

I am looking forward to dinner tonight! These are yummy with mashed potatoes.

“All great change in America begins at the dinner table.” ~ Ronald Reagan



20 responses to Slow cooker pork chops

  1. Hey this sounds good. I had pork chops and dressing last night for supper. But next time for pork chops this is going to get tried. 😀

  2. yum! I’m hungry!

  3. mmm.. i just made bbq pulled pork in the crock pot last sunday..

  4. sounds yummy. I don’t have a whole lot of recipes for crock pots so this is a pretty cool share. thanks!

  5. Hmm, this magical instrument “crock pot” that makes cooking so clean and stress-free… I must acquire one of these, yes.

  6. Rob and Ciera, here’s a super simple crock pot recipe that’s sure to impress:

    Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast


    2 cans condensed cream of mushroom soup
    1 pkg. dry onion soup mix
    1 1/4 cups water
    5 1/2 pounds pot roast (That’s huge. I usually can’t afford ones that big!)


    In a slow cooker, mix cream of mushroom soup, dry onion soup mix and water. Place pot roast in slow cooker and coat with soup mixture.

    Cook on High setting for 3 to 4 hours, or on Low setting for 8 to 9 hours.

    The sauce makes great gravy to pour over mashed potatoes.

  7. yeah.. if i can’t get smaller roasts, i just cut them in half & keep one half frozen til next time.

  8. Angela, that sounds delicious!

    I hope you like it, Auntie. I think you will!

  9. That’s a good idea, Angela. I hadn’t thought of doing that.

  10. We do have this recipe a lot here. It tastes so great and makes a yummy gravy for potatoes, too.

    One time I didn’t have time to brown them, so I threw them in the crock pot still frozen and it still came out great!! I fix it quite often without browning and breading.

  11. I am such a goober. I was going to make this yesterday but I ran out of time in the morning because of our mom’s play date. It didn’t occur to me to skip the browning!

    Oh well, it worked out well anyway. James had a rough day so I fixed his favorite meal–taco salad.

  12. hey cool! thanks for the second recipe! :)

  13. Julie,
    The meals sound so good and a quick way to fix for Richard since I am working a lot more.

    I did come home early today since Louise and I had to put handles and knobs on a new house in Pleasenthill, and on our way back three cars had just collided, moments before we drove back on 7 HWY.
    After dropping her off at her house, I headed back to O G and there on Broadway was another vey bad wreck..I wanted to go home and feel safe. :(

  14. I am glad you made it home safe and sound! :love

  15. Sounds delish…but I’ll pass on themashed potatoes! :puke

  16. MMMMMM, both sound yummy. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Carl, what do you have against mashed potatoes?

  18. I’ve always hated mashed potatoes…it like cake…its a consistency thing…hate the texture. Makes me want to :puke

  19. When you grow up on the farm you will love mash potatoes with gravy. In fact even I have improved the makings compared to my Mothers. The same with potato soup. Most people like my soup with thyme, onions,cheese and of course milk. :rolleyes

  20. Carl, I will eat an extra helping of mashed potatoes just for you on Thanksgiving! I loooooove the stuff!!!