Flavored with a sage garlic butter paste, this turkey breast roast is hard to mess up, and also gives you a lot of pan drippings to make a tasty, buttery gravy! A juicy, succulent and flavorful Turkey breast is a centerpiece at any Thanksgiving spread, Christmas feast or celebratory dinner! I can tell you from experience that being able to cook a foolproof and easy turkey breast without fretting too much, helps a ton!
This slow-cooked turkey breast is sure to inspire your healthiest, most delicious weeknight meals yet. Unlike roasting, slow-cooking locks in moisture, creating juicy and flavorful meat. Keep the skin on while cooking to seal in the herbed butter rub.
This slow cooker turkey breast is coated in a seasoned herb butter, then placed in the crock pot to cook to tender perfection. I serve my crock pot turkey with some of our favorite side dishes like cranberry jello salad and bacon brussels sprouts. Can you believe that such a browned and succulent turkey breast can come from a slow cooker?
Juicy, tender, succulent and bursting with flavor, this easy recipe is a necessary addition to your holiday feast! Like EVER. I wish I could hand each of you a slice of this turkey right now so you could experience how moist and delicious it is for yourself. This recipe is one I adapted from my favorite roast turkey recipe.
This moist, meaty turkey breast has just two ingredients—it couldn't be easier. I made a few modifications: Using a 7. I was so excited to try this.
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Crock pot turkey breast is an easy dinner cooked effortlessly in a slow cooker for tender, juicy meat. The spice-rubbed turkey is served with homemade gravy. There is no need to wait until Thanksgiving dinner or the holidays to enjoy a turkey feast.
This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, read my disclosure policy. Slow Cooker Turkey Breast is an easy way to make a turkey dinner for a smaller crowd!
Moms everywhere can save time with easy meal prep ideas and using things like leftover turkey creatively. Most meals literally take a few minutes to throw together, plus I can do it in the morning and then walk into a welcoming delicious smelling kitchen. The absolute bonus is that 9 times out of 10 that I make things like this slow cooker turkey breast, I end up making enough food and the right kind of food to cook several more meals.