Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Super Easy Crockpot Turkey Breast

1 5-6 lb. Turkey Breast
1-2 Tablespoons Vegetable OR Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Season Salt

Place FROZEN breast in refrigerator overnight. It will still be frozen almost solid in the morning when you take it out, but that's okay. Place the turkey in your crockpot, drizzle oil over the breast and using hands; rub oil all over. Sprinkle with seasoning all over.

Cook on low for 8 hours. If you are cooking a fully thawed breast, 6-7 hours will be enough.

Do not overcook.

For those who are interested, this has a Weight Watchers point value of 2.5 points per 3 ounce serving (assuming you remove the skin)

7 comments:

Live.Love.Eat said...

Wow, this could not be any easier. I have never seen a crockpot recipe where you don't have to add any liquid at all. Wow. Very cool.

Thanks for the blogby and sayhing hi!

Angela said...

Hi Suzann! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I agree with Stephanie, this looks very good and easy! Hubby loves turkey so we will have to try!

Deanna said...

I am loving all your crockpot recipes. My crockpot is so loved that it is missing its handles and about to lose a leg.

Cheryl Kanenwisher said...

I'm excited I've found your cooking blog...I desperately need it!

Lori said...

Suzann,
Was checking out Racheal's site and came across you, what a delight! In a previous post you had the Tafffy Apple salad I have been searching for many years! I had lost it! My daughter is getting married next November and I had wanted to make this salad for her Autumn bridal shower! Thank you so much for the wonderful recipes! Lori

Tiffany said...

This looks great! I bet it would work with a whole chicken too. You've got a lot of great recipes here.

LenaLoo said...

These recipes sound so good! I added you to my blog roll... Thanks for stopping by my blog on SITSmas!