Crock Pot Cheesy Garlic and Brown Sugar Pork Chops are just the slow cooker version of the ultimate pork chop recipe know by the same name, cheesy garlic, and brown sugar pork chops. The combination of garlic and brown sugar flavors in the casserole crock pot create the juiciest and flavorful crock pot pork chops ready to eat as soon as you get home. No leftovers mean, the pork chops are still a family favorite at our house.
Crock Pot Cheesy Garlic Brown Sugar Pork Chop Ingredients
Simple ingredients are always the key to the best recipes. That is no different with this crock pot pork chop recipe.
- pork chops
- brown sugar
- steak and chop seasoning - Spicy Montreal Seasoning was my choice
Combine these ingredients with butter and some seasonings and you are a mere four hours from the best pork chops.
How to Make Crock Pot Pork Chops
Paprika is what the original cheesy garlic brown sugar pork chops. However, since I had some spicy Montreal seasoning setting on the counter, I decided to try this on the pork chops.
Cover and cook on high. I cooked mine for 4 hours because they were still somewhat frozen. Three hours will be completely fine for pork chops an inch thick or thinner. After the pork chops are cooked, cover in the colby jack cheese and cover again for 10-20 minutes until the cheese is melted.
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Crock Pot Cheesy Garlic and Brown Sugar Pork Chops
- 4 pork chops, boneless or bone-in
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 4 tablespoons butter, divided
- 1-2 teaspoon spicy steak seasoning or regular steak seasoning
- 1 cup shredded colby-jack cheese
- 4 cloves garlic
- Place pork chops in a casserole crock pot.
- Place one tablespoon of butter on each pork chop.
- Mince garlic cloves and put the equivalent of one garlic clove on each pork chop and then season with spicy or regular steak seasoning.
- Cover each pork chop in brown sugar.
- Cook on high for 3-4 hours.
- For the last twenty minutes of cooking cover in the shredded cheese.
Shared on Weekend Potluck.