Quick Fix: Pork Chops w/ Mayo & Breadcrumbs

I realize that for two weeks I have been hitting you with pork chop recipes, but I am in love and I don't care who knows it. This one is a bit funny because I have been making the chicken version of this over and over...but then I ran out of boneless skinless chicken. So I figured, let's try a pork version!

I love this recipe. It's super simple and it makes me feel sinful when I eat it--slathering mayo of stuff has that effect on me. Some people don't like mayonnaise...or at least that's what I hear. I love mayonnaise and I don't have time to sit around and feel bad about it because I am too busy putting it on my pork chops and loving it!

If you feel the way I do, this recipe is for you. Also? This recipe is a man-pleaser. My husband loves loves love LOVES this recipe. Like I said you can also apply this same recipe to chicken, and if you do up the cook time in the oven by about 10 minutes.

Either way, you are gonna love it. Because it's so very simple, I skipped the step by step pictures on this post.

Pork Chops with Mayo & Breadcrumbs 

Time: 25 minutes, start to finish | Serves 2 | Difficulty: Sinfully Easy 

You Will Need

2 boneless pork chops
2 tablespoons mayonnaise 
Italian-style breadcrumbs
Parmesan cheese 


Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 

Place your chops on a baking dish. Divide the mayonnaise between the chops evenly and spread it on. You can, of course, use more or less mayonnaise (as you like.)

Sprinkle the chops with a bit of breadcrumbs, and next a bit of parmesan cheese. Then sprinkle a few more breadcrumbs. 

Bake, uncovered, for 20 minutes in the 400 degree oven for 20 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 155-160 degrees. 


  1. 155 - 160? You are joking! They will be dryer than a popcorn fart.

    1. Did you try the recipe? I enjoyed them cooked this way, and the temp suggestion is for those who measure...that's just my take.

    2. Is this recipe good? I need something good for dinner and. Chops are it for tonight

  2. 160 is the safe temperature for pork...unless you like a side of ringworm with it there "Anonymous".

  3. Best ever but I use shredded parmesan cheese. It's out of this world

  4. Ringworm from pork I think you might have meant roundworm..... Lol