Slow Cooker – Pork Chops and Stuffing

All week I have been cooking from this Fix-it and Forget-it Christmas Cookbook: 600 Slow Cooker Holiday Recipes Book; So far all the recipes have been very easy to prepare, very few ingredients and very tasty.

This is the first time I actually reviewed/ used one of the Fix it and Forget it books ( other than the kids cooking book). I must say I really like the book. This Christmas Book has 600 recipes from Appetizers to Snacks, main Dishes, Beverages and even Desserts and Sweets.. all possible in the Crockpot… Amazing to me. You should check them out, they will be your next best friend, too :-)

Today’s Menu

Pork Chops and stuffing

This is what you need:

1 Box of your favorite Stuffing
1 cup of Chicken Broth ( the recipe called for water, I like chicken stock)
1 can  cream of mushroom soup
4+ porkchops
How to make it :
  1. Mix 1 cup of chicken stock ( or water) and your stuffing in your crock pot
  2. place pork chops on top of stuffing
  3. pour cream of chicken soup over pork chops ( and stuffing)
  4. close lid, cook 4 hrs on high 6-7 hours on low

Enjoy your Pork Chops with stuffing.

How did we like it?

We really liked it, the meat was nice and tender, the stuffing flavor went through the meat and just had a wonderful flavor. The one thing I will do different next time, I will add a second can of mushroom soup or an extra cup of chicken stock to get more gravy; other than that it was a wonderful, quick, easy and fairly cheap dinner….

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  1. Doug Dodson says

    I Googled for a pork chop and stuffing recipe, and yours came up! It was exactly what I wanted , but I wanted to let you know there is a slight error…the recipe list calls for mushroom soup, but the instructions say to pour cream of chicken soup over the chops??? I went with mushroom.
    I’ll bet this would be good if you wanted to use chicken thighs instead of pork chops. Then I would use the crem of chicken soup…
    Thanks, dd

    • says

      Thanks for checking out our recipe and letting me know how it turned out.. love to hear when my readers love a recipe I post; WOW.. thanks for the “Bobo”… I had no idea it’s been up for so long and no one said a word… Sorry.. Probably should have been cream of mushroom soup; will have to dig out the original recipe and fix that. Thank you soo much and glad you guys enjoyed it. And there is an idea with the chicken..mhhhh…

  2. Becky says

    Made this yesterday for dinner. Used vegetable stock and creme of chicken soup since that is what I had. Turned out terrific! I was worried because it seemed to easy.
    Thanks for the recipe

  3. Alexis Newburn says

    Found you on pinterest and this looks delicious! Quick question. I plan on using a different brand of stuffing and I want to be sure the amount is the same. How many ounces of stuffing was in your box? Thanks for posting this recipe!

    • says

      I don’t see why a different stuffing wouldn’t work at all. Soo glad you found us and hope you like the recipe. The brand in the box has 6 oz, but if yours it bigger use a little extra stock to make sure it won’t dry out…. Hope that helps

  4. Skye says

    I just searched Pinterest for a recipe to throw together tomorrow since I’ll be working late and this is perfect! I think I may add extra of both stock and cream of chicken so that it doesn’t dry out if its in an extra hour… I’m a hairdresser and I can never tell exactly when I’ll finish with a client and get home! LOL Excited to try it!!

  5. Barb says

    I have just now layered this recipe in the crockpot and layered onions, separated into rings, and sautéed fresh mushrooms on top of the stuffing; I used golden mushroom soup. Will let you know tonite how it turns out! I really attempt to use “ingredients on hand”, thus the additions and substitutions.

  6. cupcake says

    Just put it in the crockpot! Add corn and fresh mushrooms abd diced onions with the stuffing 6 pork chops and a large can of mushroom soup! Can’t wait

    • says

      I’m sure you could use chicken or beef instead, haven’t tried it, but don’t see why not, especially the chicken or turkey would go well with it. You just have to watch the cooking time, but they may not change at all. Would love to hear the outcome if you do try it. If I have time soon I will try it and update the post, too

  7. Debi Shannon says

    Just got this assembled in my crockpot. Can’t wait for it to be supper time. It has been so hot so cooking in a crock pot is perfect for this weather. My crockpot is probably my most under used appliance and hoping to change that. Thanks for this recipe.

    • says

      Hope it turned out perfect for you.. totally hear ya about being hot AND lately I haven’t used the Crockpot much either, soo need to start up again… Thanks for checking us out.. let me know how it went.. Enjoy

  8. Heather says

    Hello! I am trying this for dinner tonight, but I used cheese and broccoli soup instead because it’s what I had on hand. I also used skim milk instead of water and added a splash of beef broth (what I had opened already), just to thin it out a bit. Hopefully it comes out good, I think it will. Everyone in my house loves cheese and broccoli soup, so I always have that on hand.


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