Apple Pork Chops

Pork Chops and baked apples recipe Apple Pork Chops

Apple pork chops are an easy and fast recipe that my kids love. I keep pork chops in the freezer for nights I know I will be in a rush. The apples add great flavor to the pork and the balsamic vinegar gives a bit of a sweet and tangy taste.

I love that this recipe comes together quickly for busy nights. The combination of apples and spices turns simple pork chops into a flavorful meal idea. I like to roast some broccoli or brussels sprouts in the oven or whip up some vegetable noodles while this is cooking so that everything is ready at one time.

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Pork Chops and Apples
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Sweet and savory baked pork chops with apples are a simple meal idea that kids and adults will love.
Recipe type: Main
  • 4 (or more) Pork Chops (preferably from an organic source)
  • 2 (or more) apples, peeled and sliced into thin slices
  • ¼ cup Balsamic Vinegar (optional but good)
  • Salt, pepper and rosemary to taste
  • 2 Tablespoons butter
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Melt butter in baking dish and place pork chops in.
  3. Season with salt, pepper, rosemary and any other desired spices and pour balsamic vinegar over all.
  4. Top with apples (I saute them in butter first to make sure the apples get soft)
  5. Bake in oven 20-30 minutes until an internal temp of at least 140.
  6. Alternatively, you could cook pork chops and apples together in large skillet. This only takes about 15 minutes.
  7. Serve with salad and oven baked zucchini.

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Reader Comments

  1. Linda says

    Sounds tasty. I would unfortunately have to omit the vinegar because my kids really dislike it. Apples and pork are a great combination though. Thanks for participating in Gluten-Free Wednesdays.

  2. Brittany says


    Wanted to invite you to share this recipe at a weekly event I host titled Seasonal Sundays!
    It fits the theme PERFECTLY!

    Happy Sunday :)

  3. Guyton says

    Sounds yummy!! I’m going to try it tonight… just wondering if there is any nutritional difference if I bake it versus frying it. I’ve never cooked pork chops before… we just started eating meat after a 7 year hiatus… and we purchased a quarter of a pig… so I’ll have plenty need for new pork recipes!! Thank you so much!!

  4. Liv says

    Sounds delish! Can’t wait to try it tomorrow. I am trying to get my family to eat paleo, so I am hoping this is good enough for them. 😉 It doesn’t come out too dry, right? If I omit the vineger will is be too dry? 

  5. Jessica says

    I was looking for something different to make with pork chops and this is perfect! my family went crazy for them and even my son who i can never get to eat much asked for seconds :)
    Thank you!!

  6. Dana says

    This looks absolutely delicious and I can’t WAIT to try it! Do you suppose there is something else I can use in place of Balsamic vinegar and Rosemary?

  7. Penni Eagan says

    Oh My!!! I made your Apples & Pork Chops recipe tonight. It is AWESOME!!! My husband and I loved it. I can’t have gluten, dairy, soy, beef or almonds so finding your site is a Blessing!!! ???

  8. Dee says

    First off, I’m in love with your page! I have found several recipes on your page that have caught my eye and this is the first one I’ve tried so far and it was delish. I look forward to making many more of your delicious creations.

  9. Lisette says

    Katie I just made these tonight and there were such a hit! My kids ate them up! What wonderful flavors! And I made sauteed zucchini “noodles” as well. Thanks to you, I have switched to grass fed meats through a local meat CSA. I just got my first order last weekend and the pork chops were insanely delicious! Thank you for being such a wonderful influence in my life Through baby steps, I am making my own cleaners and other healthy lifestyle choices!

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