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Crockpot Ranch Porkchops

Only 3 ingredients in this easy crock pot pork chop dinner recipe! This is a crowd pleaser for sure!

Crockpot Ranch Porkchops are going to be added to our monthly menu plan because they are so delicious, and you only need 3 ingredients to make this easy pork chop dinner recipe.

Yes, I said that correctly only 3 ingredients are needed! Simply place your pork chops in the crockpot and add cream of chicken soup and ranch packet!  It’s that simple! My husband and boys cannot wait until I make this again because it was that tasty!  You can thin your recipe down with a little bit of water or milk once it has cooked.

Only 3 ingredients in this easy Crockpot Ranch Porkchops dinner recipe!

This can easily become a freezer meal.  Simply dump the ingredients into a gallon size freezer bag and freeze.  When you are ready to cook simply thaw in the refrigerator overnight and place into the slow cooker and cover.  Cook on low for 6 hours.  I like to prepare this recipe when I find pork chops on sale.  This is a delicious recipe that will serve a large crowd when you double it.

Don’t like pork?  No problem!  You can actually make this delicious recipe with chicken too!  Check out our popular Crockpot Chicken Ranch Chicken recipe too!

I like to serve Crockpot Ranch Porkchops Old Fashioned Mashed Potatoes and Paula Deen’s Corn Casserole. You can also serve with green beans and a bed of egg noodles. Whatever you family enjoys as an easy side will make this a meal that the whole family will love.  We hope you enjoy Crockpot Ranch Porkchops as much as we do!  It is soon to be a family favorite!

Crockpot Ranch Porkchops

The easiest meal you will ever make!
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Prep Time:5 minutes
Cook Time:6 hours
Total Time:6 hours 5 minutes


  • Pork chops I used 6 boneless porkchops
  • 1 Ranch Seasoning Dry Mix Packet
  • 1 can Cream of Chicken or Cream of Mushroom Soup


  • Combine all ingredients in crockpot and mix well.
  • Cook on low 4-6 hours.
Servings: 4 -6
Author: Stephanie Ertel

DIY Cream of Chicken Soup

You can also make this DIY Ranch Seasoning (Dairy Free) and DIY Cream of Chicken Soup Recipe for this recipe!


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        1. I thought the sauce was going to be thicker than it is .. and was planning on using it as a gravy. Mines in the crock pot and has an hour left if there any way to thicken up the sauce

  1. The perfect busy weekday meal and with only 3 ingredients! Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday at Organized 31.

    1. 5 stars
      I just love this recipe! When I don’t have cream of chicken I put one chicken bouillon cube in some milk that I warm in the microwave and dissolve it. Then I add it to my mushroom soup mixture and it taste great when I want both flavors and not extra soup, plus it works great in a pinch.

      1. Thank you for that!!! Seems like there are always days when it’s just 1 ingredient and you don’t want to run out to the store! I was thinking also onion soup mix instead of the bullion if in a bind as well!!

  2. Made a similar dish tonight on the stovetop instead of slow cooker. Brown chops, add mixture but used milk instead of water, bring to a boil and cover for 10 minutes. Diner was ready in 20 minutes with rice and roasted zucchini for dinner. DELISH!

  3. 5 stars
    I tried this last month it was a hit with the family. So i’m going to make it again today but I’m using country style bone in ribs with the pork chops. It should be great!

    1. 5 stars
      I make these but instead of the water I add a can of milk with 2 cans cream of chicken soup, I also use 2 pkgs of spicy ranch dressing mix combine all of these together then fill up the crockpot in this order… cut up potatoes and put them in the crockpot first, then I add the pork chops next I add 2 cans of corn(drained) or 1 bag of frozen and cover with the cream of chicken soup mixture. This way I have a whole meal ready when it’s dinner time…I hope you enjoy!

  4. 5 stars
    These were fabulous and I used a can of Cream of Chicken/Mushroom soup (hard to find in my area but worth it) My hubby loved them and he’s a professional chef so that was an unexpected surprise!

  5. I’m from wisconsin and put cheese on almost everything.. I just put this in the crock pot and I think I’m gonna put cheese in it in a few hours.

  6. 5 stars
    I’ve made this twice now and it’s become a family favorite. I serve it over mashed potatoes and we all love it. It’s 20 degrees today in upstate NY so this is in the crockpot again for dinner. Thanks for a great recipe!

  7. 4 stars
    We’ve done this for months now. Might I suggest using two cans of cream of chicken though? It comes out much tastier that way! The water makes it a lot runnier while two cans make it more flavorful.

  8. Is it possible to stretch this out to 11 hours for cooking time without overcooking it? We leave at 6:30 in the morning and don’t get home until 5:30. I’m always looking for 11 hour recipes, but they are hard to find.

  9. 5 stars
    So glad to find this recipe. I have made it once and it was great. My question is, if I double it, should I change the cooking time for 12 pork chops or plan on using 2 crockpots. Thanks

  10. I made this last night for supper. OUTSTANDINGLY AMAZING!!!!!! I sliced potatoes up in the bottom of the Renyolds Crockpot bag, salted and peppered them. Poured some of the soup mixture over them, placed the boneless loin chops on top, salted and peppered those then poured the remaining mixture over the top. Cook on huh for 2 hours and then low for 3. Moist meat and wonderful flavor!!! My mom even liked this and she is a picky eater!!! Husband was full!! Thank you so much as I’m adding this to our supper list now!!!

  11. 3 stars
    Well, this was the second recipe I found here that sounded delicious, so I was very eager to try it! I doubled the chops, used two cans of Cream of Mushroom (one roasted garlic), not quite two cans of milk…and it came out very soupy! I think next time I’ll leave out the milk entirely, and add as necessary. I also sauteed 32 oz of sliced mushrooms and added them about 2 hrs prior to serving. I have to say we were not entirely impressed…a little bland, and was very much reminiscent of Stroganoff. Perhaps too much mushroom, so I’ll need to tinker with this one. Maybe just FOLLOW THE ORIGINAL DIRECTIONS! LOL Thanks!

  12. Wondering if it matters which hidden valley packets I use. Choosing between just regular, dips or buttermilk. Has any one tried all of these?

  13. Can you just use the ranch packets and some water? I know the cream of chicken tastes good but the hubby hates it 🙁

  14. 5 stars
    I have made these twice now!! I do prefer with out the bone they get so tender the bones fall off in the sauce but OMG we LOVE them!!! I also do put the potatoes in there and use the ranch pkg. and Cream of chicken with herbs!

  15. I am making this now just exactly like it says to and it smells so delicious after only about 30 min of cooking. Can’t wait for it to get done. Next time I might experiment with the potatoes and etc, but I like to try recipes the way they were meant to be first. Thanks!

  16. 5 stars
    So very delicious! I tweaked a little and added another can of cream of chicken instead of water. Def not watery and very flavorful. My family loved it!

  17. Has anyone tried this recipe with chicken? My kids are not fans of pork chops and I was wondering if I could substitute chicken instead. Thanks

  18. Has anyone frozen the pork chops after being cooked – does it turn out ok? I want to send some with our son for his freezer. Thanks!

  19. What if I cooked this on low for 8-10 hours? I usually throw my crockpot meals together the night before, put in the fridge and plug in to cook when I’m walking out of the house around 7 a.m….usually eating dinner between 5-6 p.m. Will my pork chops be overdone?

    1. I am afraid they may be overdone or actually start to shred. Maybe really think pork chops would help though.

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