Super Easy Peachy Pork Chops

Recipe by rosie316
READY IN: 20mins


  • 4 -6
    center-cut pork chops (approx 1/2-inch - 3/4-inch thick)
  • 1
    (3 ounce) envelope Shake-n-Bake for pork
  • sliced cling peaches in heavy syrup
  • 1
    (6 ounce) box stove top pork stuffing mix
  • 1 23
    cups juice, & water combined (see directions below)
  • 14
    cup butter


  • Pre heat oven to specified temp on the "Shake 'n Bake for Pork" box. (Mine says 425*F).
  • Rinse chops under running water, pat dry, and set aside.
  • Drain the juice from the can of peaches into a bowl, reserving the sliced peaches in the can.
  • Put one envelope of "Shake 'n Bake for Pork" into the designated baggie.
  • Place a piece of aluminum foil on a cookie sheet with low edges (for easy clean-up).
  • Dredge chops thru the reserved peach juice in the bowl, letting the excess drip off.
  • Place 2 chops at a time into the "Shake 'n Bake for Pork" coating, and vigorously shake them to cover completely. Place them on the sheet pan. Continue to do so with the 2 or 4 remaining chops (spacing accordingly).
  • Bake according to package (my box says 15 minutes, depending on thickness, at 425*F). After they are almost cooked thru (around 10- 12 minutes, depending on thickness), add 2 -3 slices of peaches to the top of each chop and let bake an additional 5 minutes (or until chops are cooked thru. Do not over-cook).
  • Here is the OPTIONAL "peachy stuffing". If not making, just skip to Step #12.
  • Note: I sometimes dice up a peach slice to add to the stuffing, but that's entirely up to you. So, let's get out your box of "Stove Top Stuffing for Pork".
  • Put the reserved peach juice (that we dredged the chops thru), into a measuring cup. Fill the remainder of the measuring cup with enough water to equal 1 & 2/3 cup liquid (or whatever your box specifies for liquid) and add the butter. Bring to a boil on stove-top over medium heat in a sauce pan and then reduce to a simmer for just a few minutes. Remove from heat, add the stuffing cubes (and diced peach slice, if using) and cover for 5 minutes and fluff with fork. (At this point, stuffing may be mounded onto the tray with the chops to get a little crispy during the last 5 minutes of baking), or just follow directions on box and leave it alone). It may need a splash more water before serving, but be patient. Then you can fluff it with a fork just before dinner.
  • Remove chops from oven and let rest for 5 minutes (loosely tented with foil) before eating, so juices will redistribute. I love to serve fresh or frozen green peas with this dish (cooked, of course). They seem to work well together. Serve any remaining peach slices from the can with the meal.
  • Enjoy!