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Looking for an easy kind of meat to cook in the slow cooker? Try pork chops. Just thaw them out the night before, and put them in the slow cooker the next morning to cook on low all day.

Pork chops occasionally go on sale for 99 cents per pound at this one grocery store I shop at. I’ll buy a few packages and freeze them. They are good pan fried, grilled, baked, broiled, and cooked in the slow cooker.

One of the pork chop recipes I’ve tried in my Rival Crock-Pot is a quick way to cook in the slow cooker. I first brown the chops then put them into the Crock-Pot. However, when you’re working an eight-hour day, you need an all-day recipe.

A basic recipe for a pork chop meal, such as the one below, in the slow cooker requires no browning beforehand.

The nice thing about this recipe is that you can change up the liquid or sauce. Use soup one time and broth the next time. Or use another sauce or dressing like Zesty Italian Dressing. Also, you can use different vegetables. You could just cook the pork chops in soup or a dressing all day and add your favorite canned vegetables when you get home. That only takes a few minutes. You can add them on top of the pork chops, cover, and your meal will be ready quickly.



  1. This looks good. Do you ever have trouble with the meat drying out. I know this sounds weird, but I made a pork chop recipe once, and the meat was sitting in a pool of liquid but was still dry.

    1. Author

      Years ago I made pork chops in the crockpot and thought they were dry. But lately, they’ve turned out good.

  2. I have experienced mixed success with pork chop dinners in a crock pot. Do you ever have the problem of the slow cooker making the meat dry?

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