Saturday, July 13, 2013

Crock Pot Turkey Breast with Cranberry Gravy

Turkey the easy way!
 Put your turkey breast in the crock pot.
Combine sauce ingredients; pour over the top.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper or 
a house blend. 
Cover and cook for about 8 hours.
 Shake a little cornstarch and water in a jar.
Whisk into the sauce and let it thicken on high.
Whisk occasionally for about 10 minutes while the
turkey rests.
 This makes a very moist turkey. Perfect
leftovers for sandwiches during the week.
Serve with mashed potatoes and plenty
of cranberry gravy. Try this the next
time you're in the mood for turkey but
 not the work. You'll be thankful!

Crock Pot Cranberry Turkey
1 turkey breast, 5-7 lbs
1 pkg dry onion soup mix
15-oz can whole berry
cranberry sauce
1/2 C orange juice,
 chicken broth or wine
salt & pepper

Spray the pot with Pam. 
Put the breast inside.
Combine the ingredients and pour
over. Sprinkle with s&p.
Cover and cook on low for 
6-8 hours
Remove the breast to a platter and
let rest while you make the gravy.
Turn the heat to high.
Combine 2-3T cornstarch with 1/2 C
water in a jar and shake to blend.
Add to the broth in the pot and
 whisk to combine. Cover and cook another
5-10 minutes, whisking a few times. 
Serve with the sliced turkey and
mashed potatoes.



  1. Oh, Rita, isn't this delicious! It has been one of my favorite meals. So easy but so delicious.

  2. This looks fantastic. Thanks for sharing.
    Anne xx

  3. Rita May this looks amazing! I am going to give this a try. Thank you for the récipe, I love turkey! Hope you're having a great Summer.

  4. I'm definitely going to give this a try ! Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. My crockpot has been going non stop, so I will definitely add this to my next weeks menu. This sounds sooooo good. Thanks for the recipe and for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  6. I cannot wait to try this recipe. My, it looks so delicious.

    Thank you.

  7. I cannot wait to try this recipe. My, it looks so delicious.

    Thank you.

  8. Wow this is a great recipe, simple and pretty much I can leave for work then come home to a well done turkey! Can I share it with my blog? @

  9. Is there a substitute for the onion soup mix? We don't care for onions.

  10. I can't wait to try this!

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week!

  11. This looks amazing! Can you do this with a full turkey or does it only work with the breast?

  12. Do you think I can make this work for a oven recipe as long as I keep basting the sauces over the turkey?