Garlic Parmesan Pork Chops

Sunday dinner is my favorite. During the week, I don’t always put the most thought into dinner — it gets done, and it usually tastes just fine, but I always feel so rushed while making it. 

However, on Sunday, I really like to put a little extra time and thought into it. While I don’t always (okay, maybe never) spend hours preparing it, I sometimes like the house to smell delicious when we walk in the door from church, and the crock pot helps accomplish that.
While we usually have a roast on Sunday, a few weeks ago, I decided to try something new. There were pork chops on sale when I went to the grocery store, and I thought it was the perfect time to try and make up a yummy new recipe. When we went to Target, I saw a package of  Kraft’s Rosemary and Garlic Parmesan on sale, and it seemed like it would be the perfect companion to the porkchops.
As soon as we got home from church, I knew it was a success…and these were officially added to our Sunday dinner rotation:
Crock Pot Garlic Parmesan Pork Chops
After just about four hours in the slow cooker, these pork chops were super moist, and the gravy that was created was almost good enough to just eat on its on. I made some corn and mashed potatoes, which turned out to be the perfect companion.
I used very thin pork chops, which caused some of the break to up a little bit, and the cooking time was only about four hours on low. If you have thicker pork chops, add time accordingly.
Garlic Parmesan Pork Chops
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  • 6 Thinly Cut Porkshops
  • 2 Cans Cream of Mushroom Soup
  • 1 Can water
  • 1 Package of Kraft's Rosemary and Garlic Parmesan Seasoning
  • 3 tsp Italian Seasoning
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  1. Place defrosted pork chops in a single layer on the bottom of a crock pot. Pour cream of mushroom soups, 1 can of water, seasoning packet, and Italian seasoning on top. Cook on low 4-6 hours, depending on thickness of pork chops. After meat is thoroughly cooked, if sauce is not thick enough, add a tablespoon of flour. If it's too thick, add small amounts of water to thin it.


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    • I think so! I actually got it at the end of an aisle at Target that was the discount section, but I imagine it would be by the salad dressing or the seasonings :)
  • This looks simple and delicious! Found your blog through Two Cup Tuesday and I'm a new follower!

  • Mmmm, this looks and sounds terrific! I'm always on the look out for new chop recipes for the crock pot. Thanks for linking up to Simple Supper Tuesday!
  • These sound just delicious. It has been awhile since I made pork chops. Maybe I will get some while we are out and about today.
    Thanks for sharing.
  • What a great simple supper. We love pork chops and I'm always looking for new ways to fix them. Thanks for sharing at Church Supper. Love seeing new faces. Have a blessed week & come back soon ~EMM
    • After doing a little research, it looks like they've been discontinued. I will have to test out the propotions, but you should be able to make a mixture of grated parmesan cheese, rosemary, and garlic seasoning. I would guess about 1/2 cup parmesan, 1 tablespoon rosemary, and 1/2 tablespoon garlic powder.