Cheesy Pork Chops

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I am so happy to share this one with you. I found it a couple of years ago when I was tired of cooking the same thing all the time, yet I need recipes that are easy and fast. Taste is an added bonus because frankly one of the kids will complain no matter what it is. The first time I made the Cheesy Pork Chops I was blown away.

Just those few ingredients made something this delicious??

Yes it did. And we’ve been in love ever since.

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Cheesy Pork Chops

Yield – 4 servings

Preparation Time – 5 minutes

Cooking Time – 15 minutes for thin, 35-40 for thick chops


  • Boneless pork chops (on sale from Wal-Mart 12 for $6.40)
  • 10 tsp sour cream
  • Seasoning salt
  • 2 cups shredded cheese (I like taco blend, for the little bit of added flavor)


  • Line the pan with your chops and sprinkle with your favorite seasoning.
  • Smother with 1 tsp sour cream per chop.
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  • Add enough shredded cheese to cover the top.
  • Bake at 350. Adjust the cooking time to the thickness of the meat. Thin pork chops are done in 15 minutes. For an inch and a half of chop, I’d bake for 35 – 40 minutes.
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Ready to eat out of the oven.

I know, right? Too easy to be delicious. Surprisingly, it’s not!

(Although did you notice that one sad naked pork chop? Yes, one child out of 5 still complains about “stuff” on her meat. That’s fine, it’s easy to just leave one alone!

Everyone’s happy! Especially mom!

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  1. Michelle says

    YUMMY!!! I was at first a little skeptical because cheese and sour cream don’t really top my list of things to add to pork chops. I usually just pan fry them and add dill. This was a hit with my 7 year old and I can’t wait for lunch tomorrow….Easy clean up and easy tummy pleaser. Thanks for sharing.

  2. says

    Michelle, I KNOW!! I was so skeptical the first time I made them too! And they are EASY! bonus!

    I love finding recipes like that!

    Glad you liked them!


  3. Deborah Poole says

    Your email says there are print links embedded in the recipe posts. Where can I find that? Or, how can I print the recipes? Thanks!

  4. Janae says

    This was so good my family loved them now that I know how tasty and easy I will make more because they were asking for it the whole meal with some pasta that i threw some roasted peppers in to 30 min graeat job keep them coming!

  5. says

    These look AMAZING! It’s what’s for dinner tomorrow night! And I’ll have a couple of “naked” ones for my two Pickies! :) Thanks for sharing!!!

  6. Crystal says

    My husband despises pork chops, but they are so cheap I can’t afford not to buy them. Everytime I make pork chops he wines lol. Well today was no different waah waah and I told him shut up and try it! He loved it and wanted seconds!!! Thank you so much!

  7. Stephanie says

    I have made this twice and its been a husband pleaser both times. My 17 month old is not a big meat eater and she even ate this last night because it is so tender! Thanks!


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