Easy Crockpot Pork Chops and Stuffing

I wasn’t sure I’d be able to put a decent dinner on the table tonight. Since my evening consisted of dropping off 3 boys at youth wrestling, then picking the oldest one up from high school wrestling, transporting him to soccer clear on the other side of town, waiting the hour and a half for practice to be finished, then driving home, I couldn’t figure where dinner preparations would come in.

I had just submitted to the realization that it might just be a pizza night (again) when I remembered the pork chops in the fridge.

Crockpot. Pork chops. Stuffing. I had all three.

Boneless chops went in the bottom of the crock pot (you could do bone-in, but when they get tender, the bones tend to get lost in the mix, so be careful). And 8-serving canister of Stovetop poured over, with 2 cups of water on top of that. I mixed it a tiny bit to wet the stuffing, put the lid on and set the crockpot on high, hoping all would work out well and dandy.

Four hours later, it was done. And yummy. We had a side of broccoli and some applesauce to round it off. Very good, and very easy meal.

2 thoughts on “Easy Crockpot Pork Chops and Stuffing

  1. I’ve made it in the oven before (which actually tasted better I think). I wasn’t sure if the crockpot would work or not. Sometimes it is iffy.

    Did you add any spices or salt, or did it just end up being salty?

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