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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

Ingredients:

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

Directions:

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.

Time:

active time — 5 minutes

total time — 6 hours

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