These simple and delicious Slow Cooker Pork Chops are sure to become a family favorite. They are so tender and juicy and are topped with an amazing gravy that we love to serve over the chops and mashed potatoes!
Whether it’s a crazy week day or a lazy Sunday, I rely on my crock pot ALL the time for a quality dinner with little effort on my part. These crock pot pork chops are one that I make frequently for Sunday dinner. But if it’s not pork chops, then it’s probably a pot roast, or ranch chicken!
Do you love pork chops?
We make them a few times a month and because we love them so much, we’ve been trying all different ways to make them.
We love our Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops, but wanted to try a crock pot version too. That led us to several versions in old family church cookbooks until we settled on today’s. My mom had made it several times and with her approval, we knew it would be a good one.
The recipe is very simple and makes a delicious gravy that is also phenomenal! We served our chops and gravy over some mashed potatoes, along with some veggies, and had a stellar meal. We decided this recipe would be perfect for Sundays, or any busy day.
Sear & Slow cook
As mentioned, this recipe was very simple.
SEAR. After combining the spices and some flour, you’ll dredge each chop in the mixture and sear in hot oil over the stove for a few minutes.
SLOW COOK. From there, the pork loins will go into the slow cooker along with some chicken broth. The pork chops will cook for a few hours. When they are done, you will use the meat juices make the gravy.
GRAVY. You can keep it in the slow cooker and add some flour and whisk until smooth OR you can pour the juices into a small pot and do the same. It might have a bit of meat chunks, and if you are not a fan of that, you can strain those out.
TIPS AND FAQ
Can you cook pork chops from a frozen state? Because a crockpot cooks the meat slowly there’s a risk that bacteria may contaminate it before reaching safe cooking temperatures. It’s safest to use thawed pork chops in a crockpot.
How can I quickly thaw frozen pork chops? If you forgot to put your frozen meat in the fridge to thaw there is an quicker alternative. Put the chops in an airtight ziploc bag and place it in a deep bowl filled with cold water. Change the water every 20-30 minutes until the chops have thawed.
How long do cooked chops keep? Leftover pork chops can be kept in an airtight container for 3-4 days in the refrigerator.
How to reheat cooked pork chops? To keep the moisture and texture reheat the chops in the oven. Using an oven safe casserole dish pour 3-4 tbsp water or broth in the bottom, place chops in the dish and cover with foil. Bake 350 degrees F for 10-15 minutes.
You can also reheat in the microwave using a similar method. Put a couple tbsp of water or broth in the bottom of a microwave safe dish, add chops, cover with a lid and heat for 1-2 minutes or until warm.
We are so glad to have this simple recipe on hand – because you guys know just how much we love our easy dinner ideas. 😉
For more pork chop recipes, check out:
- Italian Pork Chops
- Creamy Lemon & Thyme Smothered Pork Chops
- Fried Pork Chops in Lemon Butter Sauce
- Slow Cooker Pork Chops
- Pork Chops with Apples and Onions
- Teriyaki Pork Chops
Best Slow Cooker Pork Chops
- 1/2 cup all purpose flour divided
- 1/2 tsp ground mustard
- 1/2 tsp garlic pepper
- 1/2 tsp seasoned salt
- 4 (4)oz boneless pork chop loins
- 2 TB canola oil
- 1 (14.5) can chicken broth
- Combine dry mustard, garlic pepper, seasoned salt, and ¼ cup of your flour in a Ziploc bag. Add each pork chop one at a time, and shake well to coat all sides. Place in a large skillet with hot oil. Brown on both sides.
- Place pork chops in a 5-qt. slow cooker. Top with chicken broth. Cover and cook on low for 2-3 hours, until meat is tender.
- Remove pork and set aside. Add remaining flour to cooking juices in crock pot. Whisk until smooth. Cover and cook on high until gravy is thickened. Pour over chops and enjoy!
We always say “porkchops and applesauce” and our kids think we are weird!
Oh I haven’t have pork chops in awhile. This is on my list!
This looks great! I love easy dishes like this!
How much wondra did you use? I’m confused, as I don’t see that in the list of ingredients.
There was some confusion with the Wondra but we just used regular flour. 😉
What a great weeknight meal! I love this idea!
Oh yum!!! Im putting this on the dinner menu!
We love pork chops! What a time saver to make them in a crockpot!
Oh yeah!!! Peter Brady! 😀
These pork chops look perfect and I love that they’re made in the crock pot!
This looks amazing! Love pork chops!
Looks delicious!! I’m not a huge fan of pork chops, but I do like them every now then. Love that this is made in the crock pot. Thanks for the recipe 🙂
These Pork Chops sound yummy. I will try them as fast as I can get the ingredients and make some good mashed potatoes for that great sounding gravy. I’m a mom too, but my kids are grandparents already. So now I am an old widow woman who hates cooking for one. So, I’m always on the search for recipes I can make in a large quantity and make my own TV dinners to grab out of the freezer. This one will be good. 🙂 🙂
This would be perfect then! Cooking for one is so much harder! I hope you like these 🙂
Do I have To briwn the pork chops or is it ok not to? Recipe looks great?
Should be ok 🙂
Can the pork chops go in the crock for longer like 8-10 hours?
I am sure they could, though I have not tried?
I haven’t made this recipe yet BUT I am very intrigued by it. I LOVE slow cooker recipes & this one looks delicious. However, I am confused by the nutritional value, it says thr protein value is only 1 gram. Is THAT correct?
First time I have cooked these in the slow cooker. My family found them so tender and delicious. Definitely will use this recipe again.
Yay!! I am happy to know you will! Thank you so much!
Want to make this, has anyone ever made it with the pork chops with the bone?
Has anyone tried converting this to an Instant Pot recipe? It looks super yummy and I’d love to cut some time off the cooking with a pressure cooker!
I haven’t tried converting this recipe to Instant Pot yet but I would love to know how it goes if you try it!
Recipe calls for boneless, but the last picture clearly shows bone-in and quite large. which makes me think , Pork steaks should be used.