"This wonderful little recipe can cook itself in your slow cooker while you're at work. The chops cook up so tender! For all those non-mushroom eaters out there, puree the soup in your blender before adding it to the other ingredients." — Adam
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1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
After reading the reviews, here is what I did: 1.) Browned the chops with onion powder, garlic salt and pepper. 2.) Instead of 1 cup ketchup, I used 1/2c ketchup & 1/2c Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce(my personal favorite for all my pork recipes). 3.) Added 1Tbs Liquid Smoke. I also decreased the cooking time to 5 hours on low. The smell after a little while was great and the chops came out perfect.
My husband and I are divided on the rating, thus a 3 star. I loved it. So flavorful, easy, etc. I added a can of drained corn WHICH IS MY HUSBAND'S FAVORITE VEGETABLE and he still rated it "barely a 1". He loves all of the ingredients but together, they do nothing for him. I am happy to have the leftovers!! Ha. Ha.
I can't remember the last time I rated - BUT I HAD TO GIVE THIS 5 STARS. Here are the hints I used to have great pork chops even my PICKY 4 year old loved!! I browned the chops in onion powder, garlic salt and pepper. I don't like mushrooms so I only have cream of chicken soup - it worked GREAT! I used 1/2 cup bbq (Sweet Baby Ray - I think) and 1/2 cup ketchup. I also only had the crock pot on 4 hours and just let them sit the last hour in the pot turned off. WE LOVED THESE PORK CHOPS.
I already make a similar meal to this. Normally I use a can of Cream of Chicken soup, ketchup and the Wocestershire to make the sauce. This is a great way to go if you don't like mushrooms, which I usually don't. Since I already know how it tastes without the BBQ sauce I decided to try it the way previous reviewers suggested with half ketchup half BBQ sauce. This was a really tasty twist on a great recipe. I even used the cream of mushroom soup this time and you can't even tell there are mushrooms. I also cubed potatoes and cut up some carrots from the garden. I placed those on the bottom and seasoned with garlic salt and Italian seasoning. I sliced an onion and placed it on top of that. Next time I will do 2 onions. I placed the porkchops on top and poured my sauce over all. I had used slightly more ketchup and BBQ sauce than the recipe called for. No need to double up the sauce on this, even with the veggies on the bottom because the slow cooker will make the rest. I had plenty of yummy sauce for the meal and extra to pour over the chops once they were cut up. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Also: I always make it with the Party Potatoes recipe from this site when I make mashed instead of cubed in the cooker.
My husband really wanted bbq porkchops so I too did the 50/50 ketchup/bbq sauce. He said they were the best I ever made, usually I dry them out, not this time. Made sure they were fully covered with liquid. It's a do-over.
This was a great tasting, quick & easy recipe. I added potatoes, carrots, sausage and the pork chops to the crockpot. Since I was adding so much more food I doubled the liquid. I made it with part BBQ sauce & part ketchup along with the cream of mushroom soup. The meat turned out very tender. Just as a side note, the pork chops do not need to be browned before placing in the crockpot. I really wasn't sure if they needed to be or not, but since the recipe didn't call for it I didn't brown them & they came out great. Thanks for sharing!
So simple-I love recipes that can be put in the crockpot and are ready when I get home from work!
My husband just loved these and I have to say the title of this recipe is sooo fitting because this is definitely one of the "Easiest BBQ Pork Chop" recipes I've done on this site. Not, to mention you just throw it all in a crock pot and let it go. I seasoned the chops with onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. After reading a couple of the reviews I used 1/2 c ketchup & 1/2 c BBQ sauce plus 1 Tbsp. each of worchestershire and liquid smoke along with the soup. I cut the onion into rings and layered them with the chops. These cooked perfectly on low in 6 hours. I served these with "Creamy Mashed Potatoes" from this site.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easiest BBQ Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 55
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