Ranch House Crock Pot Pork Chops

   Dearest Crock Pot, 
     Oh how I love thee. When I am not in the mood to dirty 5 pans or even be in my kitchen for more than 5 minutes, you really come in handy. Thank you for making my life a little bit easier at times. How can I ever repay you?
                                                                   Yours Truly,
                                                                                      Holly
   Now to the rest of you… This is a delicious and easy meal to make your fam! Sometimes my little family gets bored of eating chicken all the time, so this dish is a great alternative. This pork has tons of flavor, and as it slowly cooks it turns the soup and ranch seasoning into an amazing gravy for the pork chops. This is a new family favorite for sure! 
Ranch House Crock Pot Pork Chops
Recipe from: Picky Palate
4-6 boneless Pork Chops, 1/2 inch thick
2 (10 ounce) cans Cream of Chicken soup
1 packet Ranch seasoning mix
Dried Parsley for sprinkling (optional)
DIRECTIONS:  Place pork chops in the bottom of crock pot. Pour the soups over the chops and then sprinkle with ranch seasoning packet. Close the lid and cook on low for 6 hours, or on high for 4 hours. Serve each pork chop with the gravy from the crock pot, a sprinkle of dried parsely and some mashed potatoes! 
*(I served ours with ‘Loaded Mashed Potatoes’ from the pre-made tub by Country Crock. When I dont feel like making homemade mashed potatoes I love using theirs. They’re delicious and all you do is heat them in the microwave. You can find them near the meat section in most grocery stores.)

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  1. says

    I saw this recipe the other day (can’t remember where) and thought it sounded like a good one to try. I love my crock pot and am always looking for new things to make with it. Thanks for sharing this one. I think this will make my menu plan for next week :)
    Jennifer

  2. says

    Wow! This is what was already on my menu for tonight, too – minus the ranch mix. May have to throw that in. I like to throw in quartered potatoes, also. Yum!

  3. says

    I have pork chops in the fridge for 2nite – I am making PW’s garlic and wine pork chops. If I had seen this already I would try this – I love anything with ranch flavor…and I love the crockpot!

    • Angela says

      I am going to make mine with a package of onion soup mix…..also adding 2 packages of dried pork fravy mix and 3 cups chicken broth for lots of gravy….

  4. says

    Hi April. Sorry to hear it was too salty for you :( I honestly dont know what another alternative would be instead of the ranch. We really enjoyed this and didnt think it was too salty, but I guess everyone has different taste buds.

  5. says

    I’m super sensitive to the salt! I don’t even like Chick fil A anymore because the breading is too salty! It’s very sad, I know! :)

  6. Melissa says

    I’ve made this recipe a few times, it’s simple & tasty. I made it today, but I only had 2 cream of mushroom soups, not worried about that, I’m sure it will still be tasty.

    I didn’t realize until I had already dumped it in the crock was that I was using the DIP Hidden Valley instead of the dressing. I hope it’s still ok.

    I cook mine in a round crock pot & can never get a chop out whole, is there some trick to this that I don’t know?

  7. Melissa says

    I’ve made this recipe a few times, it’s simple & tasty. I made it today, but I only had 2 cream of mushroom soups, not worried about that, I’m sure it will still be tasty.

    I didn’t realize until I had already dumped it in the crock was that I was using the DIP Hidden Valley instead of the dressing. I hope it’s still ok.

    I cook mine in a round crock pot & can never get a chop out whole, is there some trick to this that I don’t know?

  8. says

    Hooray for simplicity! Will be trying this.

    BTW, for the salt-sensitive folk, you can buy low-sodium cream of chicken. Might be a good option. You can also make your own ranch mix, but that takes the easy out of it . . .

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