Today I am sharing Dr. Pepper crock pot pork chops.
This is the time of year that my crock stays out. I love cooking in the crock pot and it is such a no brainer way to have dinner ready on the table when the troops get home.
These were so tender I was actually lucky to get a picture of them in one piece.
the quick home made gravy topped them off nicely.
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Dr. Pepper crock pot pork chops
- 6-8 Pork chops with or without bone. I did bone in
- 1 can and a half of Dr. Pepper
- 12 oz. of ketchup
- 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- corn starch
- Place all ingredients in the crock pot (stir).
- Cook on low for 6 hours or until the pork chops are cooked through. They will be so tender at this point.
- In a separate bowl I added the juice about two cups from the crock pot and added 1-2 tablespoon of corn starch, whisked with a fork to form gravy. You can also use flour if you don't have corn starch on hand. Serve with a side of potatoes or rice and enjoy!
Oh my gosh this looks amazing…i use my crock pot all year round…and love this recipe that I am going to try as soon as I get to the grocery store for the ingredients!….
Thanks Shirley! Enjoy.
These sound so easy and yummy!! I love using my crock pot this time of year!
Mine just sits on the counter this time of year and I throw it all in! It’s wonderful.
I am making this for my Dad…maybe even this week! Thank you so much…I am always looking for comfort food recipes!
Your Dad will love this!
If this is anything like the other recipes, I can’t wait to try it. I LOVE my crock pot. I made your Dorito casserole the other night but this time I used ground beef and it was delicious too. We are having pork chops tonight but unfortunately I had already cooked them before I read this one. Next time. Thank you.
Oh great Patty! So nice to hear you enjoy my recipes. We love food, so I try to share the very best we enjoy too!!XO
My soft drink beverage of choice in a great sounding recipe! Yummers……
Thanks Sue! It is yummers:)
Thanks Debbie..keep the recipes coming,I love seeing them posted.As I said they were all so easy and simple to do yet so good ..this one looks so yummy.
Lisa @ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air
Hi Debbie, just so happens that I took pork chop out of the freezer for dinner, I am so going to try this tonight! Looks yummy, thanks for sharing Lisa@ Sweet Tea N’ Salty Air
Yum Debbie. I am going to try this one. I too use my crock pot all the time. Thanks for this recipe.
Will definitely be trying this recipe Debbie. My crockpot is one of my “best friends”. Thanks so much for sharing this yummy sounding recipe.
Enjoy Peggy! I swear the crock pot was the best invention ever!!
The Polka Dot Closet
Oh yum oh yum oh yum…..I can smell them from here. This I can do! The soda must do a great job of tenderizing. I use my crock pot all the time….It makes me look like I am a great cook lol!
Jane @ Cottage at the Crossroads
Sure glad I hopped over here to see this recipe! I love pork chops that are so tender that they fall apart. Printed and pulling out the crock pot!
Yum, yum and yum … looks delish! I’m bookmarking this one, for sure! Thanks for sharing!
Penny @ The Comforts of Home
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Oh my goodness. I have never cooked wtih Dr. Pepper. These look great and we are big pork chop fans at our home. Thanks for the recipe!
Debbie, this recipe sounds amazing. I am always looking for something different to make for dinner and if it is and easy recipe, even better. 🙂 Thank you for sharing!
Pam H (Nederland, TX)
OH MY MY MY!!!!!!! WE HAD THESE FANTASTIC PORKCHOPS FOR DINNER THIS EVENING AND THEY WERE A-W-E-S-O-M-E!!!!!!! SO EASY AND OH SO YUMMY!!!!!!! I USED BONESS PORK TENDELOIN CHOPS…THANK YOU FOR THIS AMAZING RECIPE!! OOPS, SORRY FOR THE ALL CAPS, BUT I’M HOLLERING ABOUT THIS ONE!! HEE HEE HEE (served with campfire potatos–another yummy recipe found on Pinterest)
Oh WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! So happy to hear how much you enjoyed them. I tell you, we were licking our chops too:) Thanks for letting me know.
Pam H (Nederland, TX)
Hee hee hee that’s too funny–licking your chops…I will confess now, I actually sipped some of the juice, after stuffing myself with the chops, that I’d poured the juice all over!! Such a smooth, great taste…
I took some bread and dunked it:) It was so good lol!
Susan L. @ Full Happy Muffin and Mama
Oh, my! I made this for dinner tonight. While I misread the recipe (completely my fault), it turned out great. So great in fact that my four-year-old begged me three times during dinner to make it again…and ate two helpings! We served it alongside rice drizzled with the gravy. Ours turned out a bit more tomatoey (since instead of putting in a can and a half of Dr. Pepper, I put in a cup and a half). I would love to make it the correct way next time (but I worry I would have a mutinying 4-year-old)! Thanks for posting such a wonderful recipe! Have you tried it with chicken breasts? I was wondering how that would turn out.
Funny, my boys went crazy for it today! I just may make it again myself today. It’s a crock pot day for sure. Raining and dreary. Glad you enjoyed it.
Can other soda be used, or only Dr. Pepper? I have Root Beer on hand, but not Dr. P.
I would say this recipe calls for Dr. Pepper only:)
can you use DIET Dr. Pepper?
I don’t see why not:)
I have read in other recipes that call for soda that you should not use diet. That is all that I ever have on hand. Please post how the diet worked out.
I am going to put these in the crock pot right now. Funny how I have a bottle of Dr Pepper in the frig. Must be a sign
Thanks for the recipe. I will be checking out the rest of your site. 🙂
Yum I’m making these tomorrow! I just found this recipe after getting home with dr pepper, but it’s CHERRY DP! I’m going to try it, I’ll let you know how it goes. Do YOU think cherry dr prepper is okay?
I don’t see why not. Let me know. Enjoy:)
So mine did not have the color in the picture. Mine were way more tomatoey. I followed the recipe as it is written.
Maybe you needed more flour or cornstarch. How was the taste, more so concerning than the color?
When I make mine I use bbq sauce instead of ketchup