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Crock Pot Pork and Apples

Posted Jan 02 2013 6:33am

Well, well, well. Here we are in 2013. I feel like it’s going to be good…really good. I think it’s safe to say that I have a lot going on this year and I’m excited to get going! Adam and I are still in Texas visiting with friends and head back to California tomorrow. We’ve both been gone for three weeks and I can’t wait to get back in the normal groove of things. My body is itching for some yoga {or, let’s be honest— any physical activity at all} and some green juice after all these holiday shenanigans. I’m sure many of you feel the same way!

I like to follow up the holidays with a nice easyyyyyyy dinner in the crock pot.

I made this actually before I left for Christmas, but I’m sure I’ll make something else like it again tomorrow when I get home. After spending so much time in the kitchen and entertaining others {Morgan and I have been cooking up a storm this past week!}, it’s just really nice to have a low stress meal like this that literally takes five minutes of prep time.

The great thing about this dish is that it’s easy, comforting and delicious. I love the flavor combination of the apples, onions, brown sugar and spicy mustard with the pork. It’s a keeper.

The bad thing is that it’s really not photogenic. Please forgive me. I tried everything in my power to make this dish look as delicious as it tastes, but no cigar. I hope you’ll just take my word for it.

Happy New Year, friends!! I can’t wait to share this next year with y’all. You guys really are the best thing.

Crock Pot Pork and Apples

serves 4-6


1.5 lbs pork chops

3 sliced apples {gala works nice}

1 yellow onion, thinly sliced

2 tbsp brown sugar

1 tbsp spicy mustard

salt and pepper to taste


Place the pork chops at the bottom of your crock pot. Cover with remaining ingredients, place the top on and cook on low for about 6 hours. Season with additional salt and pepper to taste right before serving.


active time — 5 minutes

total time — 6 hours

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