2 Ingredient Crock Pot Meal

When I was a kid, my mom made one of my favorite meals in a crockpot. Because I was a kid, I didn’t care to know what was in it, only that it was yummy.

Well, I got a crockpot recently for my birthday. I have never owned one. When I was still physically spry, I loved to cook fancy meals that required much detail and technique.

I have no interest in that anymore, sadly. Hence the reason why I asked my mom and aunt to get me the crockpot, so that I could go back to cooking tasty meals again, but with minimal effort.

My mom told me how to make what she always called Smothered Pork Chops.

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Comfort food. 5 Yums Up.

Pork chops are relatively cheap, so I purchased a package of 7 thin boneless ones, as my mom recommended. I salted and peppered them as well.

Then I added two cans of cream of chicken soup. No other liquid is required.

That was it. I cooked it on low for 6 hours and viola!

I also made mashed potatoes (real, not boxed) and corn to go with. The gravy goes perfectly with the taters, I must say.

This recipe will be on my dinner rotation all fall and winter long.

(You can also use cream of mushroom or celery soup if you’d like.)

I will be sharing more easy crockpot recipes here as I try them out via my cookbook that I just received. I will also give them an overall yum rating.

Let me know what you think in the comments!

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29 thoughts on “2 Ingredient Crock Pot Meal

  1. My mouth is watering for this! Looks so good, so will have to try it. I think I still have a crock pot, just never knew what to do with it. By the way, the top banner for your blog is so neat…kinda retro! 🙂

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  2. My mom used to make this delicious chicken that was just chicken breasts baked in a dish with a small can of cream of chicken and a small can of cream of mushroom with shredded cheese and breadcrumbs baked on top at the end… Delish!!!

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  3. Thanks for reminding me of a hearty inexpensive meal that I used to make for years! I will definitely be cooking this again, even though the kids have left the nest! Don’t mind eating this for a couple of nights!

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