Baked Parmesan Pork Chops

Let me introduce to you my most viewed post for 2014!!! I’ve served this with quite a few things!!! YUM!! I love that this is baked and it just “feels” a little healthier. In honor of this recipe going above and beyond any other recipe I’ve ever posted I decided to remake it, add in some fresh parsley and take new pictures. Now go ahead, congratulate my Pork Chops will ya!


4 Boneless Pork Chops (thin)
1/2 Cup of  shredded parmesan cheese
1/2 Cup whole wheat or italian bread crumbs
1/2 Cup of skim milk
S&P to taste
Garlic Powder to taste
3 tbsp of chopped fresh parsley

Baked Parmesan Pork Chops Collage


Preheat Oven to 350F.

Mix Bread Crumbs, parmesan cheese, S&P, fresh parsley (if using) and garlic powder together and pour on a flat plate.

Pour the milk into a bowl. Dunk a pork chop into the milk and cover it in the bread crumb mixture.

Press firmly all over the pork chop and on all sides. Really push the cheese and seasonings into it. Coat and press as much as you’d like.

Place into a greased baking dish and bake it in a preheated oven for 20 then flip the pork chops and cook for another 15-20 min.

Can you say OMG yumminess!! Oh my flavorful pork chop and they weren’t fried!  Serve this Momma’s Mashed Cauliflower, Parmesan & Basil Orzo or Zucchini Pasta!

Baked Parmesan Pork Chops 3


18 thoughts on “Baked Parmesan Pork Chops

  1. I’ve been looking for a new simple way to make pork chops, that are not to fancy or what my son and grandkids call weird, I think this fits that, thank you, am going to try next week.

    1. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do Lori, it’s a regular in our house! Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Oh I’m so glad you liked them! I’m actually making them again VERY soon!! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. I am going to try them tonight. Give my fiancé and I something different to try. They look soooo good.

    1. Hi Kayla! I hope he likes them!! I have to update my pictures because I have better ones now I’ve made these so often!! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. I do not know how you managed to cook them in only 20 minutes! I took them out after 10 to flip them and they were not even close to being done. My chops look to be the same size as yours, if not a little smaller. I ended up putting them on the stove top to finish. Can’t wait to taste them!

    1. The stove at my old house I’ve come to notice since I moved last year cooked on the high side! I have to cook things way longer now, maybe I should readjust the time! I hope they tasted good though! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

  4. I am trying these tonight! However, your picture shows specks of green, as if you’ve added an herb somewhere, but I don’t see anything in the ingredient list for that. ??

    1. Hi Jayne! Thanks for visiting! I believe the green flakes your seeing are from the Italian bread crumbs I used in this recipe! I’ll be updating this with newer and better pictures soon so stay tuned! I hope you enjoyed them as much as we did!!

  5. I’m making this for our anniversary dinner tonight. First time. Fingers crossed!!!

    1. That’s so funny! I made this again tonight! I hope yours turned out as good as mine did!!

  6. I also enjoyed these- delish!!! But I had to cook them longer also- did the 20 min then broiled each side too- that’s all it needed to crisp it up a smidge!

    1. Hello! Thanks for stopping by! I have to update these directions because the last time I made them the longer time was needed for us too! So glad you enjoyed!

  7. So I didn’t have bread crumbs, I used ceaser styled croutons instead and just crushed them up….omg I was so mad I did not make more.

    1. What a great idea with crushing the croutons! Brilliant! I’m so glad you liked them, this is a favorite in our house. Thanks for visiting!

    1. I didn’t but if it’s starting to brown up too much go for it, it can’t hurt right? I hope you enjoy!

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