Crock Pot Stuffed Pork Chops

"My husband wanted stuffed pork chops for dinner, but I had plans to use my oven. So I came up with a way to make them in my crock pot. I have an OVAL-shaped crock, and this worked well."
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Ready In:
6hrs 15mins


  • 4 boneless pork chops
  • creole seasoning
  • 1 (6 ounce) seasoned stuffing mix, prepared
  • 1 13 cups water
  • 10 34 ounces cream of mushroom soup
  • toothpick


  • Flatten pork chops thin using either a meat hammer or rolling pin. You don't need them like paper, but just stretched enough that you can fold them in half.
  • Pour stuffing mix in a bowl and add water.
  • When stuffing has soaked up the water, mold into small balls and lay on half of pork chop.
  • Fold pork chop over stuffing, and carefully lift into crock.
  • Continue stuffing the other chops the same way.
  • When all the chops are in the crock, go around lifting open the chops and adding more stuffing until all the stuffing is used. use toothpicks to hold pork chop halves together.
  • Season tops of chops with Creole Seasoning to taste.
  • Pour Cream of Mushroom Soup over top.
  • cook on low 6 - 8 hours until done.

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  1. this was so yummy, I used ordinary store brand cornbread stuffing which was delicious. The mushroom soup didn't want to pour nicely so i mixed it with a little wine and broth and poured it over the chops. Yummy!
  2. This was really yummy! The stuffing was perfect with this. I used toothpicks like the previous reviewer suggested to hold the chops together and it worked great. I took the chops out after 6 hours and they were done, I could have probably taken them out 30 minutes sooner at least. I didn't have creole seasoning (new cook here!) so I just used salt/pepper and lemon pepper season and it tasted just fine. Thanks for posting, my [picky] husband really enjoyed this.
  3. My family loved this recipe. My husband said he didn't know pork chops could be so tender! The sauce it makes goes great with all the other flavors. Very quick and easy. The only thing I may do next time is place a toothpick into the chops to hold them together a little better. Thanks for posting!


I am a 24 year old nursing student living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. My partner and I got married in Toronto, Ontario, Canada a little over a year ago, and I love trying new recipes for him. Most of the things I create are creations from food items I receive from my grandmother. She has a wonderful church organization near her home which delivers grocery items to Senior Citizens on a lower fixed income. As wonderful as this organization is, they always deliver my grandmother things of which she will never use. The woman is 80 years old and they give her an entire case of 24 cans of cooked Pork in a can. What they expect her to do with all of that, I don't know! Most would ask why doesn't she refuse, and at times she has turned away food donations. However, if she isn't at home they leave it on her porch. I always end up getting things that she isn't going to use. My grandmother always tells me "I am sure you can think of something! You can always make a soup with it." What she fails to understand is that I don't like soup of any kind. This is why many times when I create a recipe I will often have items in the recipe that I will whole heartedly admit that I don't know where you would find them in your local grocery store! I personally have never seen cooked pork in a can in any of my local grocery stores, for example.
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