Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops

Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!

Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!

These Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops were a huge hit in our house! They are some of the best pork chops I've ever made. The pork chops are so tender and full of amazing flavor!

These are called Angel Pork Chops because they are served over angel hair pasta. If you aren't a fan of pasta, this would also be great over some hot rice or mashed potatoes. Just make sure to spoon all that yummy sauce out of the slow cooker. I could drink the sauce; it is SO good!

This is such a great weeknight meal. It couldn't be any easier. Just dump everything in the slow cooker and let it work its magic! We have made these several times and loved them every time.

Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!




Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!
Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!
Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!


Yield: 4 to 6 servings
Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!

Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops

prep time: 5 MINScook time: 8 hourtotal time: 8 hours and 5 mins

INGREDIENTS:


  • 4 to 6 boneless pork chops
  • 1 (0.7-oz) packet Italian dressing mix (do not make dressing)
  • 4 oz cream cheese
  • 3 Tbsp butter
  • 1 (10.75-oz) can cream of chicken soup
  • 3/4 cup chicken broth or white wine
  • 1/2 pound cooked angel hair pasta

INSTRUCTIONS:


  1. Place pork chops in slow cooker. Combine Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, soup and broth. Pour over pork chops. Cover and cook on LOW for 8-10 hours.
  2. Serve over cooked angel hair pasta.




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  1. Looks delicious Steph and so easy.

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  2. I've made this recipe for years using chicken! It is delicious! I've never thought of using pork but will definitely give it a try.

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    1. Did you use bone in or boneless?. Did you cook for same amount of time? Thanks.

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  3. I like to make slow cooker recipes for when I'm at work. How does it turn out if you aren't there to stir in the cream cheese block?

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    1. The cream cheese goes in with all the other ingredients. You can just start everything together before you eat it.

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    2. Is 8-10 hours accurate for pork?

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    3. Joie - the pork chops were good when we ate them. Cooked through.

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  4. can you cook it on high? or will it burn?

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    1. Cooking on HIGH should be fine. Lower the cooking time to 3 to 4 hours.

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  5. Can the pork chops be frozen?

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  6. Can the pork chops be frozen?

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  7. Oh man, my mouth is watering!

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  8. Do you have any preference on the chicken broth vs white wine?

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  9. Do you have a preference (in terms of taste) on using chicken broth vs white wine?

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    1. If you use white wine, make sure it is one you like to drink. ๐Ÿ˜Š I've used both wine and broth and it tastes good both ways.

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  10. Is it possible to do the pork chops in the oven? I don't have a slow cooker but these look delicious.

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    1. Absolutely. Maybe try 350ยบF for 30 minutes.

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  11. What size pork chops are being used int his recipe? Too small of pork chops won't they dry out cooking for that long or do they just get more tender?

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  12. Can I use sour cream instead of cream cheese?

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    1. I've never made this with sour cream, so I don't know how it would taste.

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  13. I'm wondering about trying this in a Instant Pot!

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    1. Me too! I’m going to try it tonight. Fingers crossed.

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  14. What size pork chops do you recommend? And with, or without bones?

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  15. I used white wine but added a chicken bullion cube To not skimp the extra flavor. I also added quarter cup of lemon juice. Served over asparagus in addition to the angel hair. This was exactly what I hoped for. Ultra tender and flavorful thanks for the great recipe

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  16. Did it work with the insta pot? Any recommendations?

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  17. My husband and I are newly weds and this has become his favorite dish I cook! I usually double the sauce, put it over noodles and put the pork chop on top! We usually use lean pork chops(half inch thick), but I have a question. Can you use thicker pork chops (inch and a half to two inches)? Or instead of 6 lean pork chops bump the number up to 10? Would I then need to increase time? I try to meal prep over several days and he eats up the 6 lean pork chops to quickly! Thank you!

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  18. Thank you for this recipe. I made it today for the homeless folks at a mission. They loved these pork chops. A server said they raved about them. I did brown each side to lock in the juices (all 70 pounds!) and I did not add all of the butter. The sauce did not split but there was a layer of pork fat on the top which made it look so. No matter, they were delicious. I did them in roasting ovens which worked really well even though the pork was stacked.

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  19. Good recipe. I mixed leftover spaghetti in it.

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