Turn fresh summer peaches into a delicious sauce that glazes delicious tender pork chops cooked in this recipe for Crock-Pot Peachy Pork Chops. A perfect dinner for any busy summer day!
Crock-Pot Peachy Pork Chops
This recipe for Crock-Pot Peachy Pork Chops came about because I had a plethora of ripe, delicious peaches on my peach tree and I needed to come up with ways to use them up.
For the last few years my family has really struggled with our peach tree. Last year we had to pick most of our peaches before they were ripe or even near ripe because the branches were so heavy with fruit that the branches were breaking.
The year before I had to strip the tree bare of perfectly ripe peaches because they were being devoured by Japanese beetles. That was so heart breaking…plus there was the “bonus” of gathering a few buckets of the beetles….yuck.
And the year before that, there was a drought and nothing survived.
So after a few pitiful peach years, we are excited to have a plentiful year again!
So to pull this recipe off you’ll need some fresh peaches, that you can put in a food processor, blender or an immersion blender (one of my favorite tools!). I personally used this immersion blender to blend the peaches into a nice peach puree.
Then you are going to braise the pork chops on the stove top and then crock. First you fry the chops on both sides for a few minutes. Next you’ll be coating with your peach sauce. Finally you’ll add an extra sauce on top of the chops in the crock-pot. It doesn’t take long to cook. I served the pork chops with 5 minute rice, cooked on the stove-top and some fresh veggies. My family enjoyed the meal and were pleased the next day that we had leftovers.
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