Pork Chops with Apples and Stuffing

June 15, 2011

DSC08471Another one of our favorites around here.  What goes together better than Apples and Pork Chops?? Just about nothing.  When I was little we used to have pork chops and smother them in applesauce.

Not to mention, one of the Easiest recipes EVER!


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Pork Chops with Apples and Stuffing3 Ingredients.. ok 4.
Pork Chops (one inch thick) I used 3
Apple Pie Filling -1 can for a small/square pan 2 cans for a 9×13
Stove Top Stuffing – I made extra because our family loves stuffing!
Margarine for Stuffing.

Preheat oven to 350.
Prepare Stuffing as directed. I mixed it and made it in the microwave, it is super fast and easy.. Add water, stir, place butter over the top, cover, and microwave for 5 minutes. fluff with fork.
Season and Sear the Pork Chops in a pan. I lightly sprayed the pan with cooking spray. 2 minutes or so on each side, just to get them nice and brown.
Spread Apple Pie Filling along the bottom of your pan
Lay Pork Chops on top
Top with Stuffing
Cover with aluminum foil
Bake at 350 for 35 minutes. Be sure to check the temerature when you’re done. Somewhere around 160 is good!



You can get pretty fancy with this meal also. Once I made my own Caramel Apple Pie Filling, from scratch.  It took forever, and tasted about the same, except the apples were super scrumptious to lick off the bottom of the pan – but it was just more time, energy, calories, and cost!


  1. This looks perfect! I think next time I make pork chops they are going to have to be dressed up like this! Just stopping in from twitter…check out my blog as well!

  2. I haven’t made pork anything in forever but I gotta admit, this looks and sounds really tasty.

  3. This recipe looks delicious. I don’t get to make pork chops often because my husband does not like them. I have tried to tell him it was chicken, didn’t work.

  4. Looks absolutely delicious…can’t wait to try it!!!

  5. Robin Wilson says:

    Oh my goodness that looks mouth watering…starting to drool right now. We love Stove Top at our house too. We always have to make double the amount they recommend per person. LOL I do love pork chops and apples. Makes me think of the Brady Bunch when Peter goes around saying “Pork chops and applesauce” over and over. Showing my age, but this does look like a great ~ quick ~ easy recipe. Thank you.

  6. This really sounds good. I cant always find different recipes to make pork chops differently so this is great that I found this one. I cant wait to make it for the family. Thanks for the recipe.

  7. Rebecca Parsons says:

    Oh i love this recipe. Apples and pork go hand in hand and this is perfect for a pork chop dinner. Thanks for this recipe.

  8. shelly peterson says:

    This really looks good. I have never had fruit with pork chops before but would like to try it.

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