I know I’ve told you all about my love for the Crock Pot, but I’ve never told you where it all began.
Until a couple years ago, I thought slow cookers were just used for roasts and bean soup. I had one, and I pulled it out maybe two or three times a year. Then I found this recipe. When I made this, it was like a light bulb went on. I thought, “Wait a minute, Crock Pots are awesome!”
You can throw a few ingredients in there in the morning, go about your day, and come back in the evening to a delicious meal! It was the end of frozen food and processed box junk at my house.
I’ve gotten a new computer since then, so I don’t have the original link anymore. I think I found this recipe on a forum on the Crockin’ Girls old website.
Give this recipe a try on a day when you want something delicious, but just don’t have a lot of time. You’ll be glad you did! This is the recipe I give to everyone who doesn’t know what to do with their slow cooker, and it always gets rave reviews.
Crock Pot pork chops and gravy
4-6 pork chops
1 can chicken broth
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 packet brown gravy mix (the original recipe called for pork gravy mix, both work well)
1 packet onion soup mix
Place your pork chops in your slow cooker.
In a medium bowl, mix the remaining ingredients and pour over chops.
Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours, or until chops are fall-apart tender.
I always serve these with mashed potatoes, because the gravy this makes is the best part of the dish!