Cream Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops Wrapped in Bacon

"This is a favorite of my daughter who loves cream cheese and bacon on anything! We often find bacon wrapped recipes for chicken, but since my husband has a chicken allergy, we go with pork instead. :) Serve with fresh green beans and a baked potato which can be cooked at the same time and you have a healthy, easy, inexpensive meal!"
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  • Cream cheese and bacon should be room temperature for easier handling.
  • Season pork chops with garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper, then pound to about 1/4" thickness.
  • Put cream cheese (1-2 tablespoons) onto the center of each flattened pork chop.
  • Roll the pork chops closed (to keep the cream cheese inside).
  • Wrap each pork chop in one to two pieces of bacon (depending on how big your pork chops are). Secure with a toothpick.
  • Place the pork chops in a lightly greased baking dish, and bake for 30 minutes at 400 degrees.
  • Broil for 5 minutes to crisp the bacon.

Questions & Replies

  1. I wonder how many calories does this have in it?


  1. My dad said this was too good for the WE ate them by the fistful. Da pecan don't fall far from dat tree, does it not?
  2. Very tasty, and they would have been easy to make if I hadn't gotten such big pork chops. Made it a bit of a pain to pound them out. Also they were a tad bit chewey, so I think I'll cut back a little on the baking time when I make them again- because I'll absolutely make these again in the future. Cream cheese leaked out a little, but a majority of it stayed in place. I think next time I may soak my tooth picks first- they set off my smoke detector once the broiler was turned on.
  3. Started with tenderized chops so a bit overcooked on the ends. Twenty minutes to star next time should do the trick! Can't wait to play with the filling for different flavors!
  4. I loved the flavors but this was dry, dry, dry. I even lowered the temp and it was still overcooked pork. If you like your bacon crispy I would precook it halfway then wrap the pork and bake. 4 stars for flavor though :)


  1. I added shredded cheese to the cream cheese mixture and i put it on top right before its done cooking and i use creole and natures seasoning and Philadelphia cream cheese instead of greek cream cheese and the seasonings listed in the recipe. My husband and kids LOVE it
  2. Before I put them under the broiler i spreaded honey on top of some of them. Both ways turned out great but the ones with the honey were gone fast!


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