When a slow cooker recipe works well, it can be an amazing thing – a massive time saver that you turn on in the morning when you leave the house and come home hours later to a warm welcoming meal that has made your house smell incredible. I can’t tell you how many things I’ve learned to make using a slow cooker over the years, that I rely on all the time, and yet I STILL get that little surprised and satisfied feeling of “it worked!” when I take the lid off the crock pot and see that dinner is done.
Which is what makes it so awful when you try a recipe and it doesn’t work at all. What an incredible disappointment. All those good ingredients, sitting and turning into mush slowly over the course of an entire day, and getting home thinking about how nice it will be to just sit down and eat and then realize that rather than be super prepared you’ve gone back to square one without even actively doing something to create that new pitfall. Fortunately, this recipe for Slow Cooker Pork Chops with apple-cherry stuffing falls into the former category – the “just got home, house smells amazing, hey, there’s this awesome dinner all ready to eat!” category.
Recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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Quick Tip: With the wider variety of dried fruit available in stores these day, there are tons of variations you could experiment with here. Dried cranberries would probably be great.