If you love our Crock Pot Angel Chicken as much as we do, then you are going to fall in love with these Crock Pot Angel Pork Chops!
Cris here. As you all know, one of our all-time favorite recipes is Crock Pot Angel Chicken, so I couldn’t help but try it out with some pork chops. The flavors mix wonderfully with a delicious tender pork chop!
Faces Behind Our Food
So when I was thinking about what recipe to make next in our Faces Behind Our Food Series (sponsored by Indiana’s Family of Farmers) to introduce you to my pal Jent and her family, I knew I wanted to share our Crock Pot Angel Pork Chops recipe.
My friends Jent and Chris Campbell live on a grain and livestock farm. They raise corn, soybeans and have a farrow to finish hog farm. Chris is a sixth generation farmer and Jent grew up on a farm and has spent every single day of her life in the midst of production agriculture.
If you want a fun look into the faces behind your food, then you want to check out Jent’s sites, From My Front Porch and The Farmwife Feeds. Always entertaining, Jent shares about her life on the farm and some great recipes like these …
Mikey is going to have to throw some of these BBQ Smoked Pork Chops on the grill soon!
Jent’s Crock Pot Meatloaf Made Easy would be an instant hit in our house!
This Dill Potato Salad would be a favorite at any potluck!
These Tangy Crock Pot Smoked Sausage Bites would disappear lickety-split at any of our family holidays!
Crock Pot Angel Pork Chops
Now that you have met Jent, on to this can’t miss recipe!
A Few Notes:
- I used boneless chops. You can use bone-in chops if you’d like but they may take a little longer if they are very thick.
- I used my all-in-one slow cooker (it is 6 qt). I like that you can brown the meat in the unit, however, that is not a requirement of course. Any 6 qt slow cooker should work just fine.
- Remember, the first time you try any new-to-you recipe you need to give yourself a little time to adjust cooking times as needed to know how your unit cooks. Cooking times will vary depending on pork chop thickness, crock pot size, age, shape and the position of the clouds in the sky ;).
- Other cream soups can be substituted for the cream of mushroom soup, however, if cream soup isn’t your thing, this recipe probably isn’t going to be either.
- 6 Boneless Pork Chops
- ¼ Cup Butter- Melted
- ½ Cup Sherry (can substitute chicken broth)
- ½ Cup Chive and Onion Cream Cheese- Softened
- 10¾ oz Can Cream of Mushroom Soup
- 1 oz Package Italian Dressing Mix
- Lawry's Seasoned Salt - To Taste
- 4 oz Can of Mushrooms- Drained
- 12 oz Cooked Angel Hair Pasta or Spaghetti
- Place all ingredients-except pork and pasta-in a mixer and mix on low for 2 minutes.
- Place pork in a skillet or browning slow cooker and sprinkle with Lawry's Seasoned Salt.
- Brown on both sides, top with mushrooms and slather mixture over the top.
- Cook on low for 4-6 hours or until pork is tender.
- Serve over angel hair pasta or spaghetti.
Big thanks to Indiana’s Family of Farmers for sponsoring this post! Affiliate links were used in this post.