Put these 3 ingredients in a slow cooker for pork chops that melt in your mouth

Pork chops cooked in a crockpot with barbecue sauce, apples, and onions. This dish requires little manual intervention throughout the cooking process and is very nutritious. Ideal for quick and easy meals throughout the week.

The temperature is really cold. Furthermore, the situation is expected to deteriorate. There is no more opportune moment to indulge in comforting, substantial meals than on the first day when you sense the chill deep within your body, leaving you with an enduring feeling of coldness that seems insurmountable (and will last until at least next July). I am endeavoring to maintain warmth by engaging in frequent physical activity. Our home is now in a state of extreme cleanliness, while it is also paradoxically filthy. This may seem contradictory, but it is nevertheless possible. Additionally, I used my surplus of freezing energy to capture around 100 photographs of this meal, which seems deceptively easy. Apologies for the excessive visual stimulation.

Although I have taken a large number of pictures for my personal pleasure and to keep warm, I prepared this dish specifically for my husband. He graciously eats chicken every night, so I occasionally like to prepare a different type of meat for him, despite my lack of skill in cooking anything other than chicken or fish. Fortunately, the slow cooker handles the majority of the cooking in this dish, requiring just minimal tasks like as chopping, stirring, and pouring. Afterward, you can simply relax and let your rectangular personal chef take care of the rest.


The recipe calls for four pork chops :
– Single packet of ranch dressing
– One can of the condensed cream of chicken. Cream of mushroom is another potential alternative.
Step one in getting ready is to wash and place four pork chops in a slow cooker.
The second step is to include a can of chicken soup.
One more thing: you’ll need to add the same quantity of water to the slow cooker. Simply fill up the same can with water.


3. Combine with a package of ranch dressing mix purchased from a shop. You are under no obligation to include the entire package.
The mixture will be reduced in volume while cooking, even if it appears excessive.
4. Reduce heat to low and simmer pork chops for at least six hours.
5. After they’re done, remove them from the slow cooker using tongs or a spatula.
6. Accompany with potatoes and opt for your preferred greens.