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Easy Stuffed Pork Chops

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Easy Stuffed Pork Chops are breaded and stuffed with stove top stuffing and topped off with a delicious creamy gravy. It’s the BEST Pork Chop recipe and one the whole family will love!

I’m not going to name any names, but I’m in a “Stuff it!” kind of mood! 🙂 It happens to the best of us.

Easy Stuffed Pork Chops on a serving platter

Since I really can’t go around saying “Stuff it” to perfect strangers…lol… I decided to channel that feeling into a package of pork chops! (Poor unsuspecting things.) 

One minute they were laying there, minding their own business. The next, I was slicing them open and shoving stuffing inside them! Poor things didn’t stand a chance. However, I happen to think their make-over was superb! I think you will too.

I love to buy the BIG thick pork chops from Costco. (Ya know…the one’s that look like Goliath was the butcher cutting ’em up for his family of giants.) I fillet them in half so that one pork chop becomes two. (It’s like I’m a magician!) Four become eight. Which is exactly the number you need for this recipe.

You’ll want a really good boneless pork chop about 3/4 an inch thick. Using a really sharp knife cut a “pocket” right down the center of your pork chop from one end to the other.

Be careful not to completely cut through the pork chop. Remember you are creating a “pocket” for your stuffing.

How to Stuff a Pork Chop

Now for the fun part of this recipe. The stuffing! Shhhhh….it’s from a box! Shocking I know!

That’s right you are going to use one box of Stove Top Stuffing, or your favorite brand of instant boxed stuffing mix. Follow the box directions for microwave instructions. It’s basically water and butter.  It will take about 4 minutes!

Once it comes out of the microwave, use a fork to “fluff” it up!

With your pork chops all ready to go… let’s stuff them with your amazing gourmet cooked stuffing. (Why make something simple, hard? That’s my motto! Don’t ya agree?)

Grab a heaping tablespoon of stuffing and place it in the center of the slit you cut in your pork chop. You may have to use your hands to really stuff it down inside the pork chop pocket. (Come on…dig in! Get ‘er done!)

Press your pork chop edges together and place them on a cookie sheet until you have all your pork chops stuffed.

Remember when stuffing… this poor little pork chop did nothing to you… so be nice and gentle when working your magic!

*Please note… You will have left over stuffing. No worries you can just tuck it in and around your pork chops when you bake them later.

To prepare the coating mixture for the pork chops you need the other box of stuffing mix.

Place the stuffing mix into a large heavy-duty zip lock bag. With a rolling-pin crush the bread crumbs until they are fine crumbles. (You can also do them in your food processor if you have one. Whichever is easiest for you. I like to use the bag because fewer dishes!)

Place the crumbs into a shallow dish, like a pie plate.

Cooking Stuffed Pork Chops

Heat a large skillet with 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil over medium high heat.

In another shallow dish beat two eggs to create an egg wash. Carefully grab a stuffed pork chop and dip it into the egg wash being sure to coat both sides.

Remove the pork chop from the egg wash.

Gently lay the pork chop into the crushed stuffing mix. Using a fork, or spoon, cover the top of the pork chop with the stuffing crumbs, so that both sides are coated. Press down with your hand to be sure they adhere to the pork chop.

Place the stuffed breaded pork chop into your preheated skillet. Cook until golden brown. About 3–4 minutes per side.

Using large tongs, or a spatula, carefully turn the pork chops to brown the other side. Be careful not to knock off all that yummy golden brown coating.

*Do not worry about the pork chops being cooked through. You are going to place them in the oven to finish cooking.

Place your crispy pork chops onto a large baking sheet. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees. Place browned pork chops into the oven for 20 minutes or until juices run clear.

TIP: Be very careful not to overcook your pork chops! Key to a juicy pork chop is not over cooking them. They take less time to cook than you think.

How To Make Simple Gravy

While your pork chops are in the oven you can make the simple gravy to pour over the top of your stuffed pork chops.

To make the gravy mix one can cream of chicken soup, 1/2 cup sour cream, and one cup of milk in a medium sauce pan.

Simmer over low heat until heated through. If you would like a thinner gravy, add more milk till you have the consistency you desire.

Place your fully baked pork chops onto a serving platter and pour creamy gravy over each pork chop. Garnish with fresh chopped parsley.

There you go! Beautiful, easy, stuffed pork chops. They are loaded with flavor from all the seasonings in the stuffing mix.

They wear a crispy golden coating on the outside! Are tender and juicy on the inside, and loaded with all that luscious stuffing.

The creamy gravy just brings everything together. This recipe takes ordinary plain pork chops to new heights! One the residents at your Nest, I’m certain, will absolutely L.O.V.E.!

I served this for our weekly family Sunday dinner and paired it up with a few of our favorite side dishes! 

What side dishes go with Stuffed Pork Chops?

If you like this recipe, you may be interested in these other pork chop recipes

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Have a Great Week! Remember…stuff pork chops…don’t tell strangers to stuff it! 😉 Life will be much tastier if you do!

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Yield: 8 servings

Easy Stuffed Pork Chops

Easy Stuffed Pork Chops

Golden crispy coated bread crumbs filled with tender stuffing come together with a creamy gravy for one amazing flavor combination.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes


  • 8 boneless lean pork chops, about 3/4 to 1 inch thick
  • 2 packages Stove Top Chicken Stuffing Mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 Tablespoon Veggie Oil
  • 1 can cream of chicken soup
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1 cup milk
  • Fresh chopped parsley for garnish


  1. Cut a pocket in each pork chop by slicing down the center of each pork chop length wise, making sure not to completely cut through the pork chop.
  2. For one box of the stuffing mix, follow box directions for the microwave, and prepare the stuffing per directions. Once done be sure to fluff stuffing with a fork.
  3. Open each pork chop pocket and fill with a heaping tablespoon of stuffing. Press the edge of each pork chop closed as best as possible and place on a baking sheet. *There will be left over stuffing. You can place it in and around the pork chops later when baking.
  4. In a shallow bowl beat both eggs to create an egg wash.
  5. Place the ingredients from the other box of stuffing mix into a large zip lock bag and using a rolling pin, crush stuffing mix until fine and crumbly.
  6. Place crushed stuffing mix into another shallow pan or pie plate.
  7. Carefully dip each pork chop into the egg wash and then into the stuffing crumbs.
  8. In a large skillet place 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil and heat over medium high heat.
  9. Cook each pork chop till golden on each side. About 3 minutes per side.
  10. Place on a baking sheet and bake at 300 degrees about 20 minutes or until juices run clear.
  11. While pork chops are baking make the gravy by placing the canned soup, sour cream, and milk into a medium sauce pan and heat over medium heat till warm and bubbly.
  12. Place pork chops on serving platter, pour gravy over the top of each pork chop. Garnish with fresh chopped parsley.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 pork chop

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 495Total Fat: 29gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 15gCholesterol: 206mgSodium: 499mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 0gSugar: 2gProtein: 46g

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Marisa S.F.

Thursday 28th of March 2024

Wow that was really good and really easy. Instead of crushing up the stuffing and putting it on the outside just I just used the regular breadcrumbs, Italian seasoned and pretty much did everything else to the tea. It came out perfect. Served it with a salad and the leftover stuffing. Delish! I totally recommend trying it

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Monday 1st of April 2024

Hi Marisa! Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing with us. I love the subtle changes you made. Your dinner sounded wonderful. Hope you'll stop by and visit again. Have a great week. Norine

Marcia Janzen

Wednesday 27th of March 2024

Here’s a new question for you. We are huge fans of Pork Butt Steaks because they are always so moist and tender. I want to cut the small bone out of the steaks and then roll each steak so the stuffing is in the middle. I’m planning to coat each steak in the egg wash and then the stuffing crumbs. Then I’ll brown on both sides before rolling them with the stuffing in the middle. Sort of like a pinwheel. Does this make any sense at all! 😳

Or … since the steaks are not super thick, maybe I should put one steak on top, then the stuffing and then the bottom steak and coat the top and bottom steak on just the outside with the egg wash and stuffing crumbs before browning and baking. What do you think?

Please help. This plan is in the works for Easter.

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Thursday 28th of March 2024

Hi Marcia! I would recommend sticking with your first plan of action! Rolling them with the stuffing in the middle and then dredging them in an egg wash and then the rolling them in bread crumbs (I would season them a bit) sounds amazing! When should I show up for dinner on Easter? LOL Seriously, it is a GREAT idea and I love pork butt steaks as well for the same reasons you mentioned. Have a wonderful Easter! Norine


Thursday 29th of December 2022

I made this last night and it was SOOO GOOOOD ! Oh my goodness. I’m salivating this morning again just thinking about it! This dish WILL be made again and again and again! Super easy as well. Yummmmmm

Thank you !

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Thursday 29th of December 2022

Hi Sandi! I'm so glad you enjoyed this recipe! Thanks for stopping by and sharing with me. I hope you have a wonderful New Year! Come back soon! Norine


Friday 6th of May 2022

Get rid of the ads at the bottom so we can read the recipe !!!!

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Monday 9th of May 2022

Hi Michelle! Thanks for your kind suggestion! I'll see what we can do. You can also click the "x" and it will remove the ad. Just so you know. That way I still make money and you still get the recipe for FREE. Have a great week. Norine


Saturday 4th of July 2020

So darn good thank you

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