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Crock Pot Turkey Breast

If you haven't checked out th Crock Pot Lady's blog, you are missing out. The girl does everything from food to crafts in her crockpot!

I decided to try a turkey breast for my school's snack day today. It was super easy, smelled fabulous in the kitchen and Bob said it was really good!

Crock Pot Turkey Breast

1 turkey breast, thawed
1 onion, quartered
2 c chicken broth
salt and pepper to taste
1 stick of butter

Open turkey package, rinse meat and pat dry. Put a liner in your crockpot, pour in chicken broth, place in meat, put onion all around, salt and pepper, and place pats of butter all around. Cook on high 1 hour, then on low for six hours. Make sure internal temperature reaches 140 degrees in the first three hours. I checked with a meat probe.

Remove meat from crockpot and let rest for five minutes. Slice. (That's easier than it sounds, the meat is very tender, so use a serrated knife and go slow)

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  1. I love that you can use the liner in your crockpot. That is my biggest hang-up with crockpots.
    I hate cleaning that dried on ring that always forms!

    I did not know you could use a liner!

    Thank You!!!!

    Becky K.

  2. I love cooking a turkey breast in my crockpot too. Your recipe sounds (and looks) really yummy. I'll have to give it a try. Mine is very easy. I just rinse the turkey breast and pat dry. I sprinkle a little salt and pepper and then put a can of cream of chicken & mushroom soup on the top...no water. That's it. Just cover and cook. The soup and dripping from the turkey make the gravy. So yummy!

    Happy Thanksgiving sweet friend!

  3. This year is my first year cooking a "thanksgiving dinner" Turkey in a crock pot sounds easy enough for me!

    thanks!! Andrea

  4. Oh wow! I must get a crockpot. That looks wonderful and easy. I even forgot that there are crockpot liners...just another reason to get one of those pots.

  5. Oh, that looks So yummy! Hope you both have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Thanks for coming by to see me so faithfully!

  6. Yum! School Snack Day!!! Why don't we have School Snack Day??

  7. Oh yummy! Looks so much easier too than cooking it in the oven!
    Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!
    Many Blessings,

  8. I'm definitely going to try this one out. It looks yummy!
    Ashley waited on mom & I at ATL a couple of days ago. She is absolutely darling, and so darn sweet.
    Thanks for the kind words over at my blog:)
    Happy Thanksgiving!!!


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