Crock Pot Mushroom Pork With Apples

"I love my crock pot and am always looking for more recipes for it. This recipe came in an email to me from the Campbell's site. It sounds wonderful."
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Ready In:
8hrs 10mins




  • Place pork, apples and onions in the crock pot.
  • Mix together soup, water, sugar, Worcestershire and thyme and pour over the meat.
  • COVER and cook on LOW 8 to 9 hours.
  • or until done.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. This had a bit too much thyme in it for us. I did brown the pork (I used pork brisket) and I am glad I did. Also, I only used 1 can of soup b/c it seemed like too much. I loved how the onions and apples came out in the sauce though! Thanks for posting.
  2. OMG, I really liked this. I only used four porkchops (boneless)and used only two apples. I also browned the pork chops before putting them in the crockpot for some color. Other from that, I followed the recipe as posted.I served this with a side of mashed potatoes. I really liked this and will definitely be making this again soon. Thanks for posting Bekah!
  3. Delicious. I used a pork roast instead of the chops and it was wonderfully moist and tender. I think the next time I will cut back on the soup. There was a wee bit too much sauce and no meat left. :)
  4. Simple put together in the AM, cooked on low for 6 1/2 hours. Great flavor and the meat remained moist. Leftovers (if there are any) will freeze well. Served with 3 cheese Mashed Potato casserole, steamed green beans and coldslaw Thanks Bekah for a tasty easy dinner
  5. Good and easy-to-make. When I made this I used only 5 pork chops, 1 can of soup, 2 apples and one onion when I made this, keeping everything else the same and used the same cooking time. Although good and the meat was very tender I felt the cooking time may have been too long especially for the apples because it ended up tasting a a bit bland, although there was plenty of sauce to serve over rice.



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