Pork Chops With Glazed Apples and Stuffing

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 55 mins
  • Servings: 4
  • About This Recipe

    “This is one of my family’s favorites. Its easy and really good.”

    Ingredients

  • 4pork chops( with the bone)
  • 1 (21ounce) cans apple pie filling( I use Comstock)
  • 1 (6ounce) boxes Stove Top stuffing mix( for pork)
  • Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Lightly brown pork chops in frying pan.
  • Grease the bottom of a casserole dish.
  • Put apple filling on bottom of dish.
  • Add pork chops on top of that.
  • Top with “cooked” stove top stuffing.
  • Bake for 35 minutes covered with aluminum foil.
  • Remove foil and bake for another 10 minutes.
  • Reviews

  • “This was fabulous!Any recipe with 3 ingredients and one pan is great in my book.The fact that it tasted super makes it even better.I browned the chops in an oven proof saute pan and used that for baking in the oven too (with the lid ).I had herb flavored stuffing mix and it was fine.This is a great fall recipe.Thanks for sharing.”

  • “Great taste.. Everyone loved it. Fast and easy to make. Problem is… They wont let me stop making it. One inch thick chops work the best.This is super… Even the kids love it. Use one inch thick chops. This is truly a five star.”

  • “My family really loves this recipe.I found my recipeseveral years ago in a Taste of Home magazine.Sometimes I will use two cans of apple pie filling because my family likes that part so much.”

  • “My family of five ate it all!!!When everyone this family can agree on something its a keeper and this is it!!!! Thanks!”

  • “Good & easy 🙂 The whole family loved it & it was fast & simple to make. Thank you for posting :)”

  • “We LOVED this recipe!!!It was so easy and ohhhhh sooooo good.My DH and I both agreed that this is one of our top favorites.I have already passed this recipe along to some people at work.Followed the recipe to the letter.Do think applesauce would work if you don’t have the apple pie filling.Having leftovers tonight and we can’t wait.Thanks so much JBB3001 for sharing this YUMMY recipe :)”

  • “What a wonderful thing to do to a pork chop!The flavor just wispers, ‘you’r having a taste of paradise’ Enjoy..Enjoy….My guys gave this mealfive stars.I give it a standing ovation!”

  • “Excellent, Easy and Full of Flavor!This is great for a week night meal because of the simplicity, yet perfect for a weekend dinner party.My family loves it!”

  • “I love this recipe for its simplicity and taste.I’ve tried this recipe twice with different sized pork chops.I would have to say the first time with 1/2 inch pork chops was the best because the meat was so tender and juicy in comparison to 1 inch pork chops.In a 13 x 9 inch casserole pan, you can actually fit five 1/2 inch pork chops.Bake for 25 minutes then take off the aluminum foil and bake for an extra 10 min.This is one of my husband’s favorite recipes now!”

  • “I made this for dinner last night. Both my husband and son loved it.”

  • “This meal was fantastic thanks for posting.”

  • “I’ve been making this for years – it is a perfect “fallish” meal and is so easy to prepare. It’s a great one-dish meal! The flavors all blend together really well – everyone needs to try this one!”

  • “This is a SUPER SIMPLE way to put together a satisfying meal. I made this with 6 pork chops, no bone, and it turned out very nicely.”

  • “This was really good (and easy)!I had 2 granny smith apples I needed to use up, so I peeled and sliced them and added to the apple pie filling.The kids loved this.I prepared ahead and popped in the oven for a quick weeknight meal.This is a keeper, for sure!”

  • “WOW!This was amazing!I had this in my “To Try” recipe file, and my husband requested this for his birthday dinner.The birthday boy was more than pleased – we loved, loved, loved this!Although I know that apples are often served with pork chops, I had never tried it, and, wow, is it a wonderful combo with the stuffing and the chops!The sweetness added so much to this dish.I used boneless loin chops, and served it with corn. We couldn’t have chosen a more perfect birthday dinner.My husband is even more of a pork chop lover than he was before, and I am now even a convert, after devouring this fabulous dish! Thnak you, JBB3001, for a gem of a meal! :-)”

  • “It was really easy to cut this recipe in half for just my husband and me. I liked the blend of the savory dressing and the sweet of the apples really well, but hubby didn’t care for the apples. I came up with 4 stars because I gave it a 5 and hubby gave it a 3.”

  • “I made this dish today, I really liked it. Easy to do and very good.I will make it again. Thank You”

  • “These were great! My chops were a bit large, so they took about 20 minutes longer to cook. I used chicken flavored stuffing (all I had). Will definately make these again! Thanx!”

  • “This was ok.I think I had my hopes built up from all of the high ratings, but this really was nothing more than one of those Stove Top oven pork chop and stuffing dinners, with more hassle.”

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