Friday, October 16, 2015

Smothered Pork Chops & Green Beans

Y'all know how I feel about my slow cooker.
I kind of have an obsession-especially around this time of year.

There's just something about coming home to the smell of supper already cooked and digging into a plate full of yummy, delicious food that you haven't had to slave over.

It's a teachers dream, I'll tell you that much.

Today I'm sharing with you two of my favorite things to stick in my crock pots (yes, I have two-don't judge)

I love smothered pork chops and on the side I do crock pot green beans, then when I get home I stick some rolls in the toaster oven-easy as that!


Smothered Pork Chops

What You Need:
*Olive Oil Non-Stick Spray
*Campbells Cream of Chicken Soup
*Lipton Beefy Onion dry soup mix
*Brown Gravy mix
*Salt
*Black Pepper
*Thick cut pork chops

Directions:

-Spray your crock pot with the non-stick spray
-Place pork chops in the bottom
-Season with salt & pepper
-Put the cream of chicken soup mix, dry soup mix, and brown gravy mix on top
-Mix the top mixture together with a whisk or spoon
-Cook on low for 4-5 hours

When it's done it should be falling apart and the gravy should be brown, thick, and yummy!



Crock Pot Green Beans
What You Need:
*Frozen Green Beans (we put up ours from our garden) Thawed Out
*Black Pepper
*Salt
*Olive Oil Non-Stick Spray
*Chicken Broth
*Ham Seasoning
*Bacon Grease (not pictured)



Directions:

-Spray crock pot with non-stick spray
-Place thawed green beans inside
-Season with ham seasoning, black pepper, and salt
-Cover with chicken broth
-Add in a teaspoon of bacon grease

Cook this on low for 4-5 hours and your beans will be tender and flavorful!





On this night I wanted supper to be extra special so I cooked up some biscuits while I was making homemade mashed potatoes.

This meal is seriously so good & worth a try for one of your busy weeknight dinners!

Until next time . . .

xoxo, 


26 comments:

  1. I love pork chops, this sounds delish!

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  2. Lord have Mercy! That is some good Southern Smothered pork chops (next to smothered chicken of course!!) I need to make this for Sunday when my son and I come home from Church (roughly around 12:30 due to services/adult classes). And you are right some mashed potatoes and biscuits!!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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  3. Looks so yummy! I love a good crock pot meal!
    www.kayleighskloset.com

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  4. Yummy, brb gonna eat everything in my kitchen ASAP.
    xoxo
    Brooke|LookBrooke

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  5. I am all for a crock pot meal! Thanks for sharing. May need to add this to my menu rotation (:

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  6. Omg...Everything about this recipe and the final product looks incredible. Is it Thanksgiving yet?!

    xo,
    Melissa | These words are my own.

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  7. That looks so good! I don't have a crock pot but I'd like to get one!

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  8. This sounds freaking amazing.
    Crock pot recipes are my favorite.

    xoxo, Jenny || Breakfast at Lillys

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  9. This looks amazingly delicious, and just simple enough for me to not screw it up!
    Crockpots are everything.


    Courtney//As We Stumble Along

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  10. Oh man! That looks so tasty! I love pork chops, but sometimes they can be so tough. I bet the crock pot is perfect for them!

    xo,
    Sara Kate Styling

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  11. Once I get my own place next year I know that I will want a crock pot- it seems like a great way to try out wonderful recipes!!

    xoxo A
    www.southernbelleintraining.com

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  12. Yum! This looks delish and it is so easy! Ill have to try it!

    <3 Shannon
    Upbeat Soles

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  13. Those pork chops are something I want to make ASAP!

    -Morgan
    How 2 Wear It [] http://how2wearit.com

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  14. Just got a crock pot and can't wait to use it! This looks like a great first meal to try!

    http://thealwaysblog.com

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  15. Um, yum! Such southern goodness! I am absolutely loving it. I'm always looking for new crockpot recipes to try and these both look divine. I think it's awesome that you have 2 crockpots! They are so useful.

    Jadore l Jadoregrace

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  16. I'm a vegetarian but I should totally make this for my boyfriend sometime. I am sure he would be thrilled to eat a form of protein other than tofu, hehe!

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  17. Yummy: Thanks for this interesting recipe.
    xoxo
    www.welovefur.com

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  18. The smothered pork chops looks so easy to make!! Ill have to try it at some point.

    Cat
    http://classmeetscouture.com

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  19. Yum this looks so good! I need to be better about using my slow cooker because it's so nice coming home to a meal that's ready to go!

    Jamie
    http://www.treatsandtrendsblog.com

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  20. Oooh this looks so yummy! I've been looking for more crock pot recipes to try!

    Kayla | kaylablogs.com

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  21. Oooo, this looks great! Definitely sharing this recipe with my roommates!
    xx, Southwestern Prepster

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  22. this inspires me to get out my crockpot asap! ps. we have extremely similar burlap table runners :)
    xo, lauren
    www.laurensparkle.com

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  23. Well, I don't enjoy cooking as much as I should, but this pork chop recipe is making me to go find the crockpot and prepare this for dinner tonight! It looks delicious!

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