Are you looking for easy crock pot pork chops recipes with weight watchers points the whole family will love? You’ve come to the right place. I’m a Lifetime Weight Watcher with a love of slow cooker meals always on the lookout for delicious new recipes to try.
One of the things I love about slow cooking is that most of the cook time is totally unattended. You have plenty of time to do other things: work, play, set the table, help with homework, while dinner cooks.
More than just a great way to avoid slaving over a hot stove, slow cooking is a great way for cooking pork chops because it allows them to cook gently until tender.
They are also a lean choice perfect for Weight Watchers. Promoted as “the other white meat,” did you know today’s pork has about 16% less fat and 27% saturated fat as compared to 30 years ago?
Here’s a great collection of the Best Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes designed to please the entire family. Enjoy!
Flavorful and fork tender, this easy recipe turned out even better than I had hoped. I made a few minor changes to this tasty recipe. I cut back on the soy sauce in the simple sauce made from just three ingredients. For best result be sure to thinly slice your large onion.
To keep the WW points low you’ll want to chose lean pork chops for this sweet and spicy recipe. Either bone in or boneless pork loin chops will work equally well in this family favorite. I like to serve them with mashed potatoes and broccoli but green beans and brown rice or white rice would make for a delicious meal.
It’s really hard to believe that this great recipe with such savory flavor requires such simple ingredients: bone-in pork chops, garlic, low sodium chicken broth, brown sugar, and a pinch of red pepper flakes. This delicious recipe is a huge hit every time I make it. I like thicker pork chops. Boneless pork chops would also work.
You’ll want to pair these chops with something to capture the delectable sauce. Mashed potatoes and rice are my favorites.
Here’s a quick and easy pork chop recipe with just 5 ingredients and a southwestern flair that will delight your taste buds. Possible substitutions for the chipotles in adobo sauce include Tabasco chipotle sauce and dried ground chipotle in the spice aisle. To avoid dry pork you’ll want to cook this easy meal 4 to 6 hours on low.
One of my favorite recipes from childhood updated for the crockpot. Perfect any night of the week. Use whatever kind of pork chops you prefer. I’ve also used pork roast with good results. I like to boost the flavor of this simple sauce by adding a little Worcestershire sauce and red wine vinegar.
Just 4 to 6 points when using a pork loin roast or loin chops. By keeping your sides low in points you’ll have plenty leftover for a delicious WW friendly dessert.
One of my favorite crockpot recipes for pork, it makes a simple and delicious dinner any night of the week. All you need is ranch seasoning mix a jar of gravy and pork chops. Serve with mashed potatoes and your favorite veggie side dish, such as roasted carrots, for a complete meal that will please the whole family. (Crock Pot Ladies)
Fat-free cream of mushroom soup and a packet of onion soup mix is all you need to make this easy and delicious slow cooker pork chops recipe. A variation on the ever popular easy peasy pot roast. there are lots of kinds of pork chops and any of them will work. If you are not a fan of the flavor of mushrooms feel free to substitute cream of chicken soup. (The Food Hussy)
This healthy slow cooker pork recipe is easy to meal prep and eat all week! If you love the idea of pairing pork with fruit you are going to love this flavorful low calorie recipe. If you’d rather not sauté your pears separately, you can add them on top of your pork for the last hour of cooking. (My Crazy Good Life)
This slow cooker recipe for pork chops seasoned with Latin spices in a flavorful sauce with tomatoes, olives, peppers and potatoes is a winner. They literally fall off the bone when they come out of the slow cooker. The only thing I did differently was substitute fresh parsley for the cilantro. The inclusion of vegetables makes this a complete meal in a bowl. What’s not to love? (SkinnyTaste)
The Best Weight Watchers Crock Pot Pork Chops Recipe Collection
Why Are My Crock Pork Chops Tough?
According to the experts at Taste of Home the reason pork chops are tough is because the collagen hasn’t yet broken down break down. Extend the cook time, make sure there’s enough liquid and keep an eye on the dish. I like to poke them with a fork periodically. When the fork can pierce the meat easily with little resistance I know they are tender.
Can You Overcook Pork Chops in the Slow Cooker?
Yes, it is possible to overcook pork chops in the slow cooker. For best result don’t use thin-cut pork chops in the crock pot. The low-and-slow cooking method of the slow cooker works best with thicker, more marbled cuts of meat. I find it best to use bone-in pork chops, trimming away most of the extra fat. The bone helps to maintain moistness. Pay attention to cooking times and consider them done at an internal temperature of 140-145.
What Should I Serve with Pork Chops?
My favorite sides to serve with pork chops include:
If You liked these crock pot pork chops recipes you’ll also like:
Weight Watchers Pork Recipes – including recipes with sausage, ground pork, pork roasts, bacon and ham.
Easy WW Friendly CrockPot Chicken Recipes – including options for chicken breasts, chicken thighs, whole chickens, ground chicken and chicken sausage.
Slow Cooker Soup Recipes for WW – soups, chowders, chili, stews, chicken, beef, vegetable, bean, potato, cabbage, meatball and more.
Martha is the founder and main content writer for Simple-Nourished-Living.
A longtime lifetime WW at goal, she is committed to balancing her love of food and desire to stay slim while savoring life and helping others do the same.
She is the author of the Smart Start 28-Day Weight Loss Challenge.
A huge fan of the slow cooker and confessed cookbook addict, when she’s not experimenting in the kitchen, you’re likely to find Martha on her yoga mat.
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