Crockpot turkey recipe

MMM!!~ Hello there everyone.

 Today I am sharing a super easy and delicous Crockpot turkey recipe.  

My Father-in-law actually shared this recipe with me on his last visit.  He simply said try it, it’s really good.  

Turkey in the crockpot

I didn’t even have to write it down because there are so little ingredients to this, I remembered it easily when I went to the grocery store.

crockpot turkey recipe


I wish I had a better picture of the after, but seriously, it was gone soo fast

I only had a little bit left in the crockpot by evening and I had to snap it.

I should have snapped it at dinner time, but I try to focus on my family not a blogging snap moment LOL!

well, most of the time I do.

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does this recipe no justice but I can assure you the flavor and moistness surely will satisfy you and your family.

I sure love my slow cooker this time of year and will be sharing more simple recipes throughout the winter with you.

Crockpot turkey recipe
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  1. Turkey
  2. orange juice
  3. lipton onion soup packet
  4. cranberry sauce
  1. Add two cups of orange juice. Pack of lipton onion soup. One can of Cranberry sauce. Put in small Turkey or Turkey breast and cook 8 hours on low. So delicious!
  1. You can add more, or less orange juice to your liking.

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  1. says

    I had to check this out, and I’ll be pinning this one because I may be the only person on the planet who can’t stand the smell of roasting turkey! :)

  2. jessie mac leod says

    Thanks for another recipe.. I will be making this. Pinterest..I found your blog that way….

  3. Rita E. OLeary says

    Is that onion soup or beefy onion soup? This sounds like the
    Cold turkey would be great for sandwiches.

    • says

      You can use either, I think I used the beefy onion because that is what I had in the house, however, the original recipe just calls for the regular. I would not know about the left overs as it was gone by the morning LOL!

  4. says

    Sounds so good Debbie! I always wonder why we only eat turkey at Thanksgiving and Christmas and my husband would be thrilled to have me make some again soon! :-)

  5. says

    I love this. I love turkey but don’t actually roast them all that often. This is perfect for a color January night after a cold January day.

    And the bonus? It’s so easy a Debbie and do it.
    (Not a You Debbie…. a Me Debbie.)

  6. says

    Wow! I’ve got to try this one. It looks so good, and I love anything I can make in the crockpot so that it cooks dinner while I sew – ha! Thanks for providing me with a new recipe. Peggy

  7. says

    I just recently bought a slow cooker, and I love it! I’m pinning this to my slow cooker board, and I am excited that you are going to be posting more recipes!

  8. The Funster says

    This sounds really awesome! I’ll have to try your Crockpot turkey recipe and let you know how it turns out!

  9. Michelle says

    Ok one more question. I have only one cup of orange juice. Should I add 1 cup of water or just leave at 1cup OJ? Thanks

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