Maple Jack Pork Chops (Crock Pot)

"Sandra Lee's Semi-Homemade Slow cooker Cook book WW-3 POINTS per serving"
 
Maple Jack Pork Chops (Crock Pot) created by morgainegeiser
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4hrs 5mins
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  • Place onions in bottom of 4-5 qt slow cooker.
  • Season pork chops with salt and pepper.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together maple syrup, whiskey and dijon mustard.
  • Dip each pork chop into the syrup mixture and place in slow cooker on top of the onions.
  • Pour remaining syrup mixture over the pork chops.
  • Cover and cook on LOW setting for 4-5 hours.
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  1. lil_ms_priss86_
    God bless, this recipe is amazing!!! I used pork steaks. Drained fat and liquid after cooking and stirred in 1/2 cup bbq sauce. DEFINETELY MAKE THIS!!! This recipe will be on repeat in our house.
     
  2. Chef1MOM-Connie
    Made this for Recipe Swap 15- I lovem y crockpot and love pork chops. This was our Saturday dinner. Loved it. I loved the marinade and can see using this on chicken, ribs, and beef as well. DH said these were some of the best pork chops I have made. We both enjoyed the sauce. WIll make this often and with varied meats. YUMMY!!! (edited as I picked this again LOL) Again turned out fantastic and DH and his buds were thrilled. I was thrilled because with the humidity my litchen stayed cool as a cucumber. Served with fresh sour dough bread, cucumber salad, and some sweet potatoe fries (made in toaster oven) Made again for Aus ?NZ Swap July 2013
     
  3. morgainegeiser
    First off I like anything that can be prepared in my slow cooker, second I love pork and lastly this is a wonderful easy to prepare, very tasty pork dish. The maple syrup and the jack daniels is a nice mix.
     
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    Maple Jack Pork Chops (Crock Pot) Created by morgainegeiser
  5. Carianne
    I needed to use up a package of pork, wanted to use the crockpot because it is about a thousnad degrees in my house right now (cooler is broken), and I did not want to go out for gorceries to do it. This totally fit the bill! I subbed Jim Beam and added another onion. Delish (and healthy even) lunch for the week. Thank you!
     
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