Easy Baked Barbecued Pork Chops

Monday, February 15, 2021
These are easy-baked pork chops coated with a fabulous barbecue sauce and the whole family always said they are the best pork chops barbecued ever.

This recipe literally has 5 ingredients and will taste like the best summer barbecued flavor without all the fuss and so super simple to prepare pork chops that seriously everyone will rave about.

A good pork chop dinner doesn't have to be hard, that's why we love how perfect these come out so juicy and tender by baking them.

We love indoor barbecued meals like this one and you may also like to try our Oven Smoked Pulled Pork, which is also a family easy favorite recipe.

If you love simple recipes, this one is it, nothing to it, and perfect for those weeknight meals on a very busy schedule.

You can use your favorite barbecue sauce or even try my delicious homemade Jack Daniels Barbecue Sauce which really kicks up the flavor of these pork chops or if not even a barbecue fan? Then try our 18 different Dipping Sauces there's something for everyone there.

Scroll down to the bottom for this printable fabulous recipe!

these are baked pork chops with barbecue sauce on top

Easy No-Fuss Meals

Just when you thought you made the easiest baked casserole recipe, then this one pops up and you must try it right?

This is a breeze to make, I even line my pan with foil so it's easy to clean up.

Time is a big factor in our busy schedule these days, and this recipe can be put together quickly and taste like the best indoor barbecue and day of the week!

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  1. Do not overbake chops
  2. cover the first 20 minutes then uncover
  3. for spicy add some cayenne pepper or hot sauce
  4. use apple juice, wine, or chicken broth for moisture
  5. boneless or bone-in chops are fine to use

these are pork chops raw topped with barbecue sauce and cracker crumbs

Ingredients you will need (scroll to the recipe card for exact measurements

  • 6 to 8 pork chops
  • Cajun seasoning is optional
  • your favorite barbecue sauce or use my recipe for Jack Daniels Barbecue Sauce
  • crushed buttery style crackers or breadcrumbs
  • granulated garlic powder
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • apple juice, white wine, or chicken broth

Serving Suggestions

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Super Easy One-Pan Meals

If you love barbecued meats, then these all-in-one-pan pork chops baked will be your go-to recipe.

These pork chops are super juicy bursting with flavor not to mention fork-tender oh and did I mention the easiest dinner recipes?

One bite and you'll be amazed how tender and delicious these come out, don't miss this one.

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Author: Claudia Lamascolo
Easy Baked Barbecued Pork Chops

Easy Baked Barbecued Pork Chops

Prep time: 15 MinCook time: 35 MinTotal time: 50 Min
These are the easiest pork chops ever, all in one-pan, moist, crunchy on the top, and deliciously flavored and baked in barbecue sauce.


  • 6 to 8 Pork Chops center-cut bone-in or thick boneless
  • 1 cup crushed buttery crackers  or flavored bread crumbs
  • 1/2 cup apple juice, white wine, or chicken broth
  • granulated garlic powder sprinkle evenly over the top of the  chops
  • Cajun seasoning is optional
  • 2 cups of your favorite barbecue sauce or use my recipe for 
  • Jack Daniels Barbecue Sauce homemade


  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Line a 13 x 9 deep casserole pan foil or parchment paper.  I usually spray some cooking oil on it also so they don't stick.
  3. Place the pork chops to fit the pan.
  4. Pour the apple juice over the chops.
  5. Add some barbecue sauce to the tops of each pork chop.
  6. Sprinkle evenly with granulated garlic powder and Cajun seasoning if using.
  7. Top each pork chop with the crushed crackers or breadcrumbs.
  8. Loosely cover the top with foil for 20 minutes then remove.
  9. Bake for around 15 to 25  more minutes uncovered until brown on top ( depending on how thick your chops are).
  10. Adjust seasoning with salt, pepper, cayenne pepper.
  11. Add more barbecue sauce if desired.



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  1. Wow, so easy! And I bet these are scrumptious!!

  2. I cant wait to make these pork chops. They sound easy, delicious, and perfect for this weeks dinner.

  3. These pork chops look incredible! I don't make enough pork and I always forget how much I like it, especially when served like this, so I'll definitely be giving this recipe a shot!

  4. These pork chops look delicious! I love the idea of combining Cajun seasoning with BBQ sauce for a big flavor kick. Such a great way to enjoy pork chops during these cold winter months!

  5. These pork chops look so good!! I know my friends and family would love this recipe!

  6. This looks so tasty and full of flavor! I can't wait to give this a try! So excited!

  7. looks good - pork chops are so easy - they're a regular on my menu!

  8. Oh yum! Definitely perfect for an indoor picnic. I love how the pork chops come together with only a handful of ingredients too!

  9. Love how easy this recipe is. Can’t wait to try it this weekend.

  10. OMG! These pork chops are the best I have ever made and eaten. I am so happy that I found your recipe. Thanks a lot!

  11. You say loosly cover with aluminum foil and wait 20 minutes. Then you say uncover and continue cooking for 15 to 25 minutes more. Do you mean cover pork chops with foil and Cook for 20 minutes. Then uncover and continue cooking longer????

  12. I dont see wait 20 minutes its cover 20 minutes and then remove cover if chops are very thick it may take longer than 15 more minutes to bake uncovered

    1. Yes, it says "Loosely cover the top with foil for 20 minutes then remove."
      It does not say "cover with foil AND BAKE for 20 minutes" which, to some cooks, especially the less experienced ones, that you loosely cover and let them sit for 20 minutes rather than "bake" for 20 minutes. Just mentioning fur clarity.

  13. I just love that these are baked! Perfect for when I don't feel like breaking out the grill to make ribs. ;)

  14. These pork chops are for me. Super easy to make, full of flavor and they look marvelous.

  15. These chops are so moist and juicy! I love that you are cooking them with the liquid. Keeps them succulent!

  16. I can’t believe how simple this was and turned out so tasty! Haven’t had pork chops in so long… this hit the spot!


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