Crockpot Turkey Breasts
The Crock Pot makes light work of these yummy turkey breast recipes. From soups and stews to pasta and casserole dishes, you'll find a wide selection of family pleasing turkey breast recipes that can be conveniently prepared in the Crock Pot.See Popular Crockpot Turkey Breasts Recipes
For this easy dinner recipe, a turkey breast cooks with vegetables and dried fruit in a slow cooker. Serve with rice and your meal is complete.
Need an easy low-calorie meal? Put the turkey breast in your slow cooker in the morning to simmer in the flavorful sauce until dinner.
The flavor-packed turkey topping stews in your slow cooker while you go about your day. Come back 10 minutes before you serve to crisp up the toastada shells in the oven, then let each diner build his or her own "Mexican Pizza."
Whole grain spelt lends a pleasant hearty texture to this slightly spicy turkey chili.
Not your ordinary chili recipe, this slow cooker version combines turkey with butternut squash, corn, cranberries, and jalapeno pepper for a unique taste sensation.
Olives, feta cheese and a quick tzatziki sauce takes slow cooked turkey on a trip to Greece.
Top each bowl of this Mexican slow cooker stew with a scoop of your favorite salsa and a handful of baked tortilla strips.
If you're looking to try something new this Thanksgiving, consider smoking your turkey. An herb-and-apple-infused smoke will seal the juices into your bird and give you an appealing, wood-tinged flavor. (Don't throw a whole bird in the smoker though--this method works best for bone-in turkey breasts.)
Let's talk turkey--or chicken, the roast turkey feasts being (I hope) out of the way for awhile. I don't need to tell you that stashing a few boneless chicken breasts and thighs in the freezer is a smart time-saver. But interesting?
If there's one recipe collection you should have, it's a massive stash of chicken slow-cooker recipes: The low-heat, high-moisture environment of the slow cooker results in tender, moist chicken every time--and no slaving over the stove! You can go high-brow (slow-cooker coq au vin) or keep it real (slow-cooker spicy chicken nachos, anyone?).
Of course everyone likes leftover Thanksgiving food, but at a certain point we're all ready to move on from stuffing-and-turkey sandwiches. And let's get real--after days of prepping for the big feast, no one is particularly interested in whipping up something complex. That's why turkey soup is such a great option.
The golden brown turkey emerging from the oven is the iconic image of Thanksgiving, and anyone who's ever hosted Thanksgiving has suffered hours of stress over its preparation. How to cook that turkey? Will it be juicy?
We Americans love our chicken breasts. But it's time to give legs and thighs the respect they deserve. Here are five reasons to put dark meat back on the menu.