Just 5 simple ingredients tossed in the slow cooker and you have this delicious recipe for Crock-Pot Applesauce Pork Chops. The pork chops come out so tender that they practically fall apart!
Crock-Pot Applesauce Pork Chops
Crock-Pot Applesauce Pork Chops was a recipe that came together because I had a huge tray of pork chops that needed to use up, and applesauce in the cupboard I had made back in the summer 😀 .
This is often my way of narrowing what to make for dinner for my family by going with what people have thrown in the fridge.
The final result was a super moist, sweet pork chop that the family really enjoyed. It really fell apart after a few scoops and we ended up mixing it up with the egg noodles towards the end adding a bit of the juices/gravy that the chops and sauce made.
The only thing I would of done different is I would use a boneless pork chop vs a bone in. With the bone it made it a bit more complicated to eat while falling apart. That shouldn’t change the taste at all though.
The pork chops can be placed not only on various noodles but also rice and if you don’t have pork handy, you could use chicken too.
The super fun part was I got to use my new crock-pot for the first time. I had a crock-pot that I’ve owned for about 7 years and the handle is falling off, and another one that bit the dust when one of my children dropped it. So I was running out of them, and for someone like me that is a big deal!
I received this Stainless Steel 6.5 Quart Programmable Touch Screen Crock-Pot for my wedding anniversary and it’s been a great addition to my crock repertoire. I have had no issues, and it my biggest crock yet (which I’ve really needed). So if you are looking at purchasing a new crock, I can definitely endorse that one as a nice quality crock-pot!
And now…the recipe…