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Slow Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Chops with Red Potatoes

If you are looking for a satisfying healthy freezer meal look no further!  Slow Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Chops with Red Potatoes is a delicious recipe the whole family will love. My husband loves meat and potatoes so I thought this would be right up his alley.  I am glad I was right! He really enjoyed it.

Slow Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Chops with Red Potatoes Recipe is a delicious freezer meal recipe the whole family will love. Even my picky husband loved it!

When preparing this as a freezer meal be sure to wash and dry your potatoes well. You do not want them to be wet when placing them into the bag because it will help them to keep their original texture.  You can always choose not to freeze them and add them at the time you cook.  However, I took the chance and froze them, and we thought they still tasted fine.

Be sure that you invest in a good quality slow cooker.  Our favorite is this programmable cook and carry 6qt oval slow cooker.  We did decide that the addition of green beans or another vegetable would be welcomed so I added that to the recipe before cooking.  I forgot to take a picture before we ate but it was delicious!  If you want this to be Paleo just swap out the red potatoes for sweet potatoes and if you are on Whole30 simply omit the honey.

I hope you enjoy this Slow Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Chops with Red Potatoes recipe as much as we do.  It is really filling and delicious!

Slow Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Chops with Red Potatoes

If you are looking for a satisfying healthy freezer meal look no further!  Slow Cooker Honey Dijon Pork Chops with Red Potatoes is a delicious recipe the whole family will love. My husband loves meat and potatoes so I thought this would be right up his alley.  I am glad I was right! He really enjoyed it.
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Prep Time:10 mins
Cook Time:8 hrs
Total Time:8 hrs 10 mins

Ingredients

  • 4 whole thick cut pork chops (I used 2 lbs.)
  • 4 whole large fresh red potatoes use Sweet Potatoes for Paleo
  • 1/3 cup olive oil
  • 1 cup sugar free Dijon Mustard I use Tessamae's Brand which is Whole30 approved
  • 1/2 tsp ground black pepper
  • 2 TBSP raw honey omit if Whole30
  • 1/2 tsp ground onion powder
  • 1/2 cup chicken broth
  • 2 cups fresh green beans or fresh carrots

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients except chicken broth into a freezer safe bag.
  • Mix well.
  • Freeze.
  • When ready to cook thaw in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Place into slow cooker and add 1/2 cup chicken broth.
  • Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Servings: 4 people
Author: Melissa Jennnings
Cost: $10

I hope your family enjoys this freezer meal as much as mine did!

Whole 30 Recipes:

Healthy One Dish Chicken Bake

Salmon with Mango Salsa

Vegetable Kabobs

Paleo Veggie Filled Fish Rolls

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22 Comments

  1. Hi. This sounds just like something my elderly father would like. He is now on his own and his children don’t live handy. He doesn’t cook so I’ve been wondering what I could do to help and I’m not much of a cook myself but I do visit on a monthly basis. People seem to be mostly concerned about preparing freezer meals for large families but he would need to prepare single meals. I have not been able to find a slow cooker for single people who don’t want to eat the same thing for a week so how could this be prepared with that in mind. Is is as simple as bringing the meal to a boil and then reducing to a simmer for the same number of hours.

    1. You could divide this up into multiple bags I would think and that could give him smaller portions if he doesn’t like leftovers. They even make a 2.5 quart crockpot he could use.

  2. If I was to make this with fresh ingredients and not frozen whst could you expect for cooling time(so the porkchops don’t dry out)?

    1. I would start checking after 6 hours and add additional liquid if you have any concern of it drying out. Mine were oh so good!

  3. 5 stars
    I made this yesterday (using carrots) and it was delicious!! Everyone loved it 🙂
    Thanks for a great recipe!

    1. I did it and hope it is ok…now i am wondering if anyone knows the calories and other nutritional stats for this?? Pleeeeeeeeease and thank yooooooou!!

      1. Im wondering stats too. I made this yesterday. Cooked it too long in crock pot. But it was still good, even overcooked. Just don’t know how to log it in my food journal.

  4. Can you use already frozen meat like chicken and pork chops and just put them in the bag with the rest of the ingredients?

    Don’t want to purchase fresh when I have some frozen.

    Thank you!

  5. Hello! I am curious as to why one can’t add the chicken broth with the other ingredients prior to freezing? Thank you!!

  6. I see that the potatoes are not cooked – which is awesome…one less step. I am glad I don’t have to fuss with them first! I am wondering, though, it seems like every time I read about freezing potatoes they have to be parboiled or blanched before freezing. What makes these ok to keep raw (as I would like to be able to replicate this with other freezer recipes that use uncooked potatoes)? Any insight would be appreciated. I have to make a number of freeze ahead meals (let me know if you have any other favorites, please) and am really looking forward to trying this one out!

  7. Made a couple of tweaks…just did 1/2 c of mustard and 1/4 c oil. I used bone-in, thin cut frozen chops and carrots. I made it right away instead of freezing it for later. Cooked up great and will make it again, thanks for the recipe!

    1. I would say at 350 for a 45 mins to an hour and check it to see if done. Be sure to cut your potatoes up so they cook quicker.

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