Ranch Pork Chops

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Cook Time 4 hrs
Temp Low

Being from Texas, you either have a ranch or at least know someone with one. In this case, we love our Ranch! We use it on our salad, pizza, and even as a dip. We thought, why not on our slow cooker pork chops? All we have to say is WE LOVE OUR RANCH!

Ingredients

  • 1 Package assorted pork chops
  • 1 Package Ranch dressing seasoning packet
  • 1 Can diced tomatoes and green chilies

Directions

  1. Step One

    In a skillet, salt and pepper pork chops and brown.

  2. Step Two

    Place in the bottom of the slow cooker.

  3. Step Three

    Top with tomatoes and sprinkle with Ranch dressing.

  4. Step Four

    Cover and cook on LOW for 4-6 hours

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  1. Heather

    Made these with onion soup mix instead of ranch (was all i had) and it was delightful! Made with green bean casserole and party potatoes, both from this website!

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  2. Lisa F.

    This was so tasty and amazingly easy! 3 total ingredients – wow! My entire family loved it. On the suggestion of another reviewer, I added a small can of V-8 to make it saucier, but it was actually pretty thin (I liked it though). I served it over brown rice. I loved the chunks of tomato, so I think next tiem (there WILL be a next time!) I will omit the V-8 and add an extra can of diced tomatoes. Awesome!

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  3. Mrs. H

    I made these today and had a friend stop by for dinner my husband and our friend both said these are a keeper. They were fantastic. Im so glad i made enough for leftovers for lunch tomorrow. I defrosted them enough to pull the chops apart and lightly browned the outsides after coating them with pepper and Johnnys. most centers were still frozen when I threw them in the crock. The chops came out fall apart tender!

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  4. josie

    looks soooo easy! my husband loves ranch! will give these a try!

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  5. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Amy, I’m sure your salsa chops turned out delish!

  6. Amy L.

    making these tonight. I dont have rotel or stewed tomatoes so i am using salsa. We will see how it works.

  7. Kelly

    I am making these for the first time as we speak! So inexpensive, and easy to make with very few ingredients! I love that! Can’t wait to try it later, It smells sooo good lol..

  8. kasie

    Didnt really care for these to much.

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  9. Teri

    Made the Ranch Pork Chops tonight. My family has a “grading scale” for meals so we can remember for future use. 0-5, 5 being the best. They all gave it a 5+! They really loved it. So much flavor! The only thing I will do next time is use boneless pork chops. Lovin the Crockin Girls!

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  10. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    The salad is just a green salad with red onions and some of our favorite veggies like broccoli, sugar snap peas and carrots. We just use our favorite dressing.

  11. RKD

    I can’t wait to try these pork chops. The salad you show in the photo looks delicious too. Is there a recipe posted for that as well?

    Thank you for all your recipes and timesaving tips. I’m new to your site and look forward to making many of your crockpot meals.

  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Joanna…just read your comment and no don’t stir or turn your chops while they cook. Don’t even lift the lid! That’s a big “no, no” when it comes to crockin’. It lets all the heat escape and you have to add about 20 minutes to the cook time every time you lift the lid :0 That’s one of the things that makes crockin’ so great! Just throw your meal in the pot and go :) Hope this helps and glad you’re crockin’ with us girl! :)

    What a great little eater you have there, Sarah! Yay mom! :)

  13. Sarah

    We had this last night and every bit of it was gobbled up! My 20-month-old ate a whole pork chop! This was quick to prepare and had great flavor. We served with brown rice and salad. We will definitely be making this again!

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  14. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Teresa,
    The squash is raw before putting in the cooker. The only thing that is cooked beforehand is the cornbread. It all cooks into a yummy casserole in the slow cooker.

  15. Teresa

    When making the squash casserole, is the squash already cooked or is it raw? If raw, how
    do you cook it before putting it in the mixture?

  16. Theresa S.

    Made this recipe in my 5 qt. round crock. Browned off the chops and added rotel mixed with seasoning pkt. cooked on low 6 hours. Meat was very tender and I thickened the sauce to serve over rice. Served with a side salad…….Yummy……… with a kick!

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  17. Lauren B.

    Huge hit! I have a very picky child, and she enjoyed the dish. Will definitely make this again, and may experiment with a jerk seasoning and pineapple or a mango salsa.

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  18. Jen H.

    couldn’t believe how much flavor these had!!!! and love that it was only 3 ingredients!!!! went over well in my house

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  19. Terri M.

    Terri M.

    I ran out of time this morning so I tweaked the process a bit. I put the chops in without browning. I combined the stewed tomatoes, a can of tomato juice and ranch packet in a separate bowl. Poured the mixture over the chops and cooked on low for 8 hours. It was DEVINE! Served it over rice and proud to say there were no leftovers. Kids told me it was a “keeper”!! Thanks for the recipe.

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  20. Tom

    Made the squash casserole last night. Substituted cream of mushroom for the cream of chicken. Used real butter.Family and guest loved it.

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  21. Joanna H.

    Do I need to turn them or stir during the 4-6 hours? Just started it now. Excited!

  22. Deborah P.

    Deborah P.

    The chops were, as my daughter says, “Nummy!” I have to tell you the airhead thing I did on the casserole: I was texting the ingredients to my husband, who has Tuesdays off (yeah, I made it a day late) and I told him 1/3 CUP melted butter instead of 1/3 stick. Way wayyyy too much butter! The casserole was very, well, WET! I can’t wait to try it again. Thanks!

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  23. Tom

    Easy and good. Since I had fresh tomatoes sweet and hot peppers in the garden, I made my own diced tomatoes and chilies. Meat came out fork-tender and flavorful.

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  24. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Yay! Glad it was a hit!

  25. Laurie

    We LOVED these Ranch Pork Chops tonight!!! They are so yummy and with only 2 ingredients, so easy on top of it. Great job girls, I would definitely make this one again!!!

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