Crock-Pot Pork Chops

Crock-Pot Pork Chops

So everyone was impressed with how tasty this recipe ended up being.  Often when you put meat and sauce together in a crock, the meat doesn’t hold onto the salt, pepper and spices that you put onto it, leaving one to have to re add the spices back on after.  No one had to re add for this recipe, the pork held to the flavor perfectly and with the rice and sauce it was delicious.  You could also make this pork chop recipe with a rice pilaf, mashed potatoes or egg noodles instead of rice.

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Crock-Pot Pork Chops

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 8 hours

Total Time: 8 hours, 10 minutes

Yield: 6

Crock-Pot Pork Chops


6-8 Pork Chops (I did Boneless)
1 Large Yellow Onion Chopped
1 (10.5 Oz.) Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 (10.5 Oz.) Can of Cream of Celery Soup
2 Stalks of Celery Diced
2 Teaspoons of Chopped Garlic
1 Tablespoon of Pepper
1 Tablespoon of Sea Salt
2 Tablespoons of Paprika
2 Tablespoons of Oregano
3 Cups of Cooked Rice (Do not place in the CrockPot).


  1. I used a liner and sprayed it with Pam.
  2. In a shallow pan mix the Pepper, Sea Salt, Oregano, and Paprika (or choose other spices that you enjoy more).
  3. Rub the spices into the pork chop, making sure it’s not on too heavy.
  4. Place the pork chops down at the bottom of the Crock-Pot.
  5. Next pour the chopped onions on top of the pork chops in a layer.
  6. In a separate bowl mix the cream of soups, celery and garlic.
  7. Pour over the onions in a layer.
  8. Cook on Low for 6-8 hours.
  9. If cooking on High, I would add another onion, placing a chopped onion first, and then the pork chops to keep them from burning, then back to the other layers (High would be 4 hours).
  10. Right before the Crock is ready, cook your rice (or mashed potatoes or egg noodles).
  11. Serve with the pork chop and sauce over the rice.


Feel free to use whatever spices you like best with pork chops as your rub. I just choose what I knew my family would love.

This will work great on rice, rice pilaf, mashed potatoes and egg noodles.

Please remember the times are approximate. Some Crocks run hotter then others, so get to know your crock and go from there.

If you use bone-in pork chops, expect that you will need to use the longer cooking times to get the meat cooked thoroughly.