Stuffed pork chops are an easy way to bring a comforting dinner to the table with little prep!

Boneless pork chops are stuffed with savory stuffing, and topped with creamy mushroom soup.

Overview of stuffed pork chops in a casserole dish

Tender pork, stuffing, and a creamy mushroom sauce make the perfect easy meal.

Stuffed Pork Chops

The best-stuffed pork chops are just that, stuffed! Stuffed with flavor, all of the goodness of a great stuffing mix and the rich goodness of cream of mushroom soup!

Ingredients & Variations

Fresh, boneless pork chops, about 1″ thickness, are used in this recipe. Thin chops will need a bit less time, for best results, use an instant-read thermometer.

Packaged stuffing mix is great (and quick) in this recipe but use leftover stuffing, homemade stuffing, or cornbread stuffing if you have it.

Cream of mushroom soup is poured over the stuffed chops before baking. Any kind of soup (or even alfredo sauce) can be used.

Because both the stuffing mix and the mushroom soup have salt, season the pork with pepper but go easy on the salt.

Overview of pork chops stuffed with stuffing in a casserole dish.

How to Cook Stuffed Pork Chops

Stuffed pork chops are super easy to make!

  1. Prepare stuffing per package directions & cool (or use your favorite homemade stuffing).
  2. Cut chops and stuff pork chops with stuffing mix and place in a greased baking pan.
  3. Place extra stuffing around chops in pan. Cover with mushroom soup.
  4. Bake until pork is cooked. (Internal temp of 145°F)

Do not overcook.

Stuffed pork chops prepped in a casserole dish.

Tips for Success

  • Choose uniformly sized pork chops so they all bake at the same rate.
  • Overstuffing the pork chops will make the stuffing too moist and heavy.
  • Go light on the stuffing! Simply place the additional stuffing in the pan and after it’s baked with the mushroom soup, serve it as a side dish or a topping on a pork chop!
  • Use a thermometer and be sure not to overcook the pork.

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Stuffed Pork Chops

These Pork Chops are filled with savory stuffing and topped with mushroom soup; they're perfect to feed a hungry family!
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 4
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  • 4 boneless pork chops thick-cut, about 1”
  • 6 oz box stuffing mix, any flavor or 2 cups homemade stuffing
  • 10.5 oz cream of mushroom soup
  • salt & black pepper to taste


  • Prepare stuffing mix according to box directions. Cool completely.
  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Season pork chops with salt and pepper. Use a knife to butterfly the pork open and create a pocket for the stuffing.
  • Place 1/3 cup stuffing into each pork chop and place in a casserole dish or 9x13 pan. If you have extra stuffing, place in the pan with the pork.
  • Season each pork chop with pepper and top with condensed mushroom soup.
  • Bake for about 35* minutes or until the pork is cooked and reaches 145°F with a thermometer.


1" lean boneless center cut chops will need about 35 minutes while pork steaks or thicker cuts may need more time. Thinner cuts of pork will need less time.
Cook time can vary based on the type of chop used, for best results, use a meat thermometer to ensure pork doesn't overcook.
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Nutrition Information

Calories: 326 | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 31g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 93mg | Sodium: 520mg | Potassium: 1011mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 133IU | Calcium: 85mg | Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.

Course Dinner, Entree, Main Course, Pork
Cuisine American
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  1. I tried this recipe last night for our dinner. The meat is tender and moist.Delicious!
    Me and my husband enjoyed it with fresh corn in the cob in the side!
    Thank you!

    Lourdes5 stars

  2. This looks great! And I realize it is 2022 and you may not see this request. However, is it possible to use thick cut bone-in pork chops>5 stars

    1. We see you, Shirley! We have never tried this recipe with bone-in pork chops, but I imagine they would be a bit tougher to slice and stuff. However, thicker pork chops will need to cook longer to ensure they are fully cooked. Use a meat thermometer to ensure they reach an internal temperature of 145°F. We would love to hear how it turns out for you!

    2. Yes but you will want to increase the cooking time about 15 minutes. Cook till thickest meat by the bone is reaches 145°F.

  3. When I clicked on your picture I did not expect to find a for item recipe half of them is processed food. I’m sorry but this is not a recipe this is processed food. VERY very unhealthy4 stars

  4. I also use Cream of chicken and cream of celery along with the cream of mushroom. I use a little milk to thin it out where it pours easily of the chops.5 stars

  5. More than seventy years ago my Mother made this same dish except she put the dressing in the bottom of the pan and laid the chops on top.

  6. I’m not a big fan of porkchops but this recipe is outstanding! It looks fancy but is incredibly simple. Don’t let that fool you though, it’s delicious! I just popped these into the oven; my family can’t stop requesting them!5 stars

    1. Yes, I sear the pork chops quickly then cook them on low in the crock pot for 6-7 hours, depending on thickness.5 stars