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Complete Pork Chop Dinner is perfect for a busy day! All of your dinner cooks right in your crockpot! #completedinner #crockpot

Complete Pork Chop Dinner in a Crockpot is an excellent dinner recipe meal! No need for any side dishes to go with your dinner. Everything you will need is cooking away in the slow cooker. Dinner could not get any simpler than that! Re-Pin this recipe to save it for later!

Complete Pork Chop Dinner is perfect for a busy day! All of your dinner cooks right in your crockpot! #completedinner #crockpot

A while back Melissa madeComplete Steak Dinner in a Crockpot and it gave me the idea of using different meats/poultry and veggies. So that is how I came up with the idea to use pork chops and brussels sprouts. I love brussels sprouts and I know not a lot of people do so feel free to use something else like carrots.

Complete Pork Chop Dinner is perfect for a busy day! All of your dinner cooks right in your crockpot! #completedinner #crockpot

After layering my items I went out for the day and came home to a delicious meal and all I had to do was get it out of the crockpot onto my plate and enjoy!  I love to serve this with Sour Cream Rolls

Complete Pork Chop Dinner is perfect for a busy day! All of your dinner cooks right in your crockpot! #completedinner #crockpot

We have also adapted this to a Complete Pork Steak Dinner in a Crockpot and a Complete Chicken Dinner in a Crockpot too! Both are delicious!

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Complete Pork Chop Dinner in a Crockpot
Recipe type: Crockpot
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Serves: 4
  • 4 boneless pork chops
  • 1 bottle of BBQ or Seasoning Sauce (I used Country Bobs)
  • 8-10 baby gold potatoes
  • 1 bundle of fresh brussels sprout
  • butter
  • salt
  • black pepper
  1. Place pork chops into the bottom of your crockpot.
  2. Pour ½ to ¾ cup of your sauce over pork chops (I used almost a full bottle of Country Bobs All Purpose Sauce).
  3. Take a sheet of foil and top over the pork chops.
  4. Spritz the top with either cooking oil or Pam.
  5. Place a layer of gold potatoes on the foil and sprinkle sea salt over them.
  6. Add another layer of foil and cover the potatoes tightly to form a seal (this will allow the potatoes to steam).
  7. Take your brussels sprouts and add butter, salt and pepper and roll tightly in aluminum foil.
  8. Place the foiled wrap brussels sprouts on top of the foiled potatoes and then place the lid on tight.
  9. Do not open the lid.
  10. Cook for 6-7 hours on low.
  11. Serve and enjoy!


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  1. Kathy H. says

    I love this idea…who would have thought something so easy to do. Thought of you ladies last night as we shopped a store called Rulers, carry Kroger brand items at cheaper price and seen a rooster crockpot but no owl…
    I will have to try this recipe….
    do you think it would work with ribs?

  2. says

    I just got my first crock pot for Christmas! They are a new kitchen item in the country I live in, and I’ve been trying out tons of new recipes. I love the idea of layering. I am pinning this, to try next week. thank you!

  3. Melissa says

    I’ve never heard of the sauce you used. What other brands/marinades could be used instead? Thank you!

  4. Wendy says

    My family doesn’t like Brussels sprouts or carrots. Do you have any other suggestions? We do love corn but it isn’t always available. Unless I use the frozen corn on cob. Any suggestions??

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      Frozen Corn or Fresh Corn on the Cob works well. You could try broccoli, cauliflower or green beans (not canned).

  5. Troy Gipson says

    Question from a non-cooking male who is just learning to cook with a crockpot.. What size crockpot do you use?. Is a 6qt. too big for this recipe. Since there is only me, would I be better off with a smaller size and what size could you suggest? Please………Troy

    • Brea says

      Oh I love the idea of making this into a freezer meal! I’m due with #4 in less than 2 weeks and this would make a good pre prep dinner!

  6. Wendy says

    Can’t wait to try this! We love pork chops but will probably use broccoli instead of brussels sprouts. Or corn like with your steak. YUM

  7. Jenny says

    Would sweet potatoes work in place of the baby gold potatoes? I know I would have to cut them into smaller pieces to the size of the baby gold potatoes for them to cook thoroughly.

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      Yes, they will work. I find they actually cook faster than gold potatoes though so no need to cut smaller is my thought.

  8. Brea says

    I have this yummy goodness in my crockpot ready to be cooked for tomorrow. I, personally LOVE brussels, but my family doesn’t lol. I replaced the brussels with corn on the cob and I’m anxious to see how it turns out! I also couldn’t find Country Bob’s in Indiana, so I used Dales! I figured they are both dudes so I’m sticking with that theory lol :) Thanks for this great recipe!!

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