Recipe—Crock-Pot Ranch Pork Chops

Crock-Pot Ranch Pork Chops

I don’t care if you are retired, a stay at home mom, a working individual, or even unemployed; everyone needs a quick, cheap, and easy dinner from time to time. When I find myself in this situation I go to my favorite kitchen appliance, my crock-pot. My crock-pot is freaking amazing. I toss in a couple simple ingredients before I go to work, I come home, and dinner is done. You rock my socks crock-pot! These pork chops come out super tender (practically falling apart) and the sauce is creamy and flavorful. If you are wondering what to serve them with I recommend some mashed potatoes or even white rice. Unfortunately the crock-pot isn’t much a multitasker so with this recipe you are on your own when it comes to side dishes.

Note: I make the sauce the night before and just keep it in the fridge. Then I have one less thing to do when I’m rushing around in the morning.

INGREDIENTS
4 thick cut boneless pork chops
fresh ground pepper
10.75 oz can cream of chicken soup
1 oz envelope dry ranch dressing mix
2 tsp garlic, minced
1/2 c water or chicken broth

STEPS

  • Season the pork chops with fresh ground pepper.
  • Place the pork chops in the bottom of a greased crock-pot.
  • In a medium mixing bowl whisk together the soup, ranch mix, garlic, and water.
  • Pour the sauce mixture over the top of the pork chops.
  • Cook on high for 4–5 hours or low for 6–7.
  • Transfer the pork chops to a serving dish or plate and using a whisk, stir the sauce in the crock-pot.
  • Ladle a small amount of the sauce over each pork chop.
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11 responses

  1. Oh good gracious! Those ‘Chicken Sandos’ look absolutely heavenly! Of course, you can never go wrong when adding a little brew! 🙂 I LOVE sliders–
    Perfect size! I cannot wait to try this as well! I have pork BBQ in my crockpot now, so next I must try one of these delicious recipes! Thank you for making me so hungry even though I just ate breakfast! 🙂

  2. Just made…used cream of celery instead bc that’s what was in my cupboard. :). Delicious…I cooked too long so pork chops fell apart, so I served over rice and HUGE hit with my children! Thanks as I am a working mom, too and always enjoy finding good, easy crock pot recipes.

    • Awesome! I bet the cream of celery soup was really good with this recipe. I am so glad to hear it was a hit. Crock-pot recipes are the best. If you do a search on my site for crock-pot it will pull up an entire list of other tasty crock pot recipes I have. The Crock-Pot French Dips is one of my little boy’s favorites. 🙂

  3. Tasted fabulous, and I had extra sauce that I smothered over scalloped seasoned potatoes that I baked in the last half hour. My boyfriend and I loved it. So wonderful! Can’t wait to make more of your recipes.

  4. Thank you for this easy recipe! I like it only uses one can of soup instead of other recipes that require two! I will try it this week!

    MB

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