I know that many of my readers like crockpot and one pot dinners – just like my family. This Crockpot Pork Chop Dinner is a delicious recipe that you can serve your family if is 100 degrees outside or 10 below freezing. Serve it with homemade cornbread on a cold day or your favorite salad on a warm day to complete your meal. Make sure you save the tomato sauce after you pull the potatoes and carrots out. Our family loves to spoon it over their dinner for even more flavor. 🙂
Be sure to check out our family’s other favorite Crock Pot Recipes.
This Crockpot Pork Chop Dinner can be thrown in the crockpot in minutes!
Now you definitely need a crockpot for this recipe. There are some really good ones on sale right now. If you work all day, you may want to invest in a programmable crockpot. They are awesome because you can set them to start later, or to stop and switch to warm once the dinners are ready. Amazon has some on sale right now too.
Now if you want to save yourself even more time (don’t we all?) then I really recommend these Crockpot liners. They make clean up a breeze. Instead of scrubbing and washing the pot, you can just toss the liner. It is practically no clean up.
- boneless Pork chops (3-6)
- 1 can of crushed tomatoes
- 2 cans of water
- 3-5 potatoes chopped
- ½ - 1 bag of baby carrots
- 1 Tablespoon of Italian Seasoning
- teaspoon of garlic Salt
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Spray the crockpot with non stick spray or rub with Olive oil
- Place the carrots and the potatoes in the bottom
- Season liberally with salt and pepper
- Place the pork chops on top.
- Season with salt and pepper. Then add the Italian seasonings and the garlic salt.
- Pour crushed tomatoes and the 2 cans of water on top.
- Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
- Spoon our the pork chops and the carrots and potatoes.
- We like to serve the tomato sauce in a bowl like "gravy" - our family loves to pour it over the potatoes.
- Sever with salad or cornbread.
Here are a few other good additions to this crockpot pork chop dinner:
- Toss in Cauliflower – add it to the top because it cooks quickly.
- Green beans – frozen or fresh (both area great)
- Corn – corn is good in anything, right?
- Broccoli – this is good, but toss it in the top about halfway through the cooking time
I just know you are going to love this dinner – it is our go-to crockpot dinner. You may want to try a few of our other go-to crockpot meals: