Crock Pot Turkey

  • Fresh split turkey breast (fresh meat section of grocery) or drumsticks or any turkey parts.
  • 1 can cranberry sauce (jellied or whole berry)
  • 3/4 cup OJ
  • 1 envelope dry onion soup mix.

Place turkey parts into crock pot (mine is the big oval kind).

In a separate bowl mix cranberry sauce, OJ and dry onion soup mix together.

Pour mixed ingredients over the turkey parts. Move the turkey parts around to get the mix all over and under.

Cover pot, low for about 6 +/- hours (depends on how much bird is in the pot.) (Mine has shown done by falling apart/off the bone when done.)

Very tasty and so easy. This is my favorite. Only one dish and 1 crock pot to clean.

Anne, Sarasota, FL

There are quite a few more crockpot recipes here. Why don’t you try this delicious crockpot beef burgundy recipe next?

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