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**Slow Cooker Paleo Turkey Roast

Slow Cooker Paleo Turkey Breast

  • Cooking Time:

    8 hours
  • Servings:

    16

Ingredients

8 lb. Turkey Breast
1 Onion, sliced
2 T. onion powder
1 T. Italian Seasoning
3/4 c. free range chicken broth
2 T. garlic powder
1 T. dried parsley
1 tsp. paprika
1 T. sea salt

Celebrate any day as if it were a holiday with this easy and healthy recipe for Slow Cooker Paleo Turkey Breast.  This recipe requires a large slow cooker and it you don’t have one, you can use a smaller cut of meat and reduce the cooking time.  Enjoy!

  1. Place sliced onions in the bottom of a large oval slow cooker.
  2. Set turkey breast on top of the onions.
  3. Whisk onion powder, Italian seasoning, and chicken broth in a bowl and pour the mixture over the turkey breast, spreading it out to evenly cover the meat.
  4. Carefully pull skin back from turkey breast. (KEEP it attached – you’ll want to put it back in place in a second!)
  5. Mix garlic powder, parsley, sea salt, and paprika in a small bowl until well combined, then sprinkle over the turkey breast – underneath the skin.
  6. Replace the skin on top of the turkey breast.
  7. Cover and Cook on LOW for 8 hours.  Use a meat thermometer in the thickest part of the breast to measure doneness.  Turkey is done when internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.

 

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Slow Cooker Turkey Paleo

 

 

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Kerri Smith
Kerri Smith
6 years ago

Great recipes but I’m wondering why would the Turkey have such a high carb count? Is that for the whole turkey perhaps? 🙂

Bobbjohn
Bobbjohn
6 years ago

5362 mg of salt per serving…really? sounds wrong to me

Nancy
6 years ago

The instructions say to add the paprika with the garlic, salt and parsley but the ingredient list doesn’t say anything about paprika, how much do we need? This looks really good and I think I’m going to try it for Thanksgiving this year..

Barbara Reid
Barbara Reid
6 years ago

Is this Gluten free?

Doris Cameron
Doris Cameron
6 years ago

Is the calorie count right per serving??

Mary
Mary
6 years ago

How large of a crock pot are we talking about here? 6/7qts?

Emily
Emily
6 years ago

How would you make this with a smaller turkey? I’ll be cooking Thanksgiving dinner for only my husband and I and 8 pounds would be way too much.

Deanne Kilgore
Deanne Kilgore
6 years ago

So, 1 serving is almost 14 ounces?

JoAnn Johnson
JoAnn Johnson
6 years ago

Is your turkey breast thawed? Could you use a frozen one and increase the cooking time?

Natasha
Natasha
6 years ago

Would a three pound turkey breast work in a 2-quart slow cooker? Adjustment in spices?

jamie
jamie
6 years ago

I have 7.25 whole turkey. Could I use that.in crock pot?

jamie
jamie
6 years ago

I have 7.25lb whole turkey. Will that work the same ?

jamie
jamie
6 years ago

thanks so much! Making tonight for dinner! It’s in crock pot now!

jamie
jamie
6 years ago

should I be worried that its not completely covered in liquid?

FC
FC
6 years ago

Boneless or bone in breast?

Joy
Joy
6 years ago

Could you use turkey tenderloins instead?

Tamura Stoker
6 years ago

I am looking to purchase a new crock pot. Is there one that you recommend ?

Marnee
Marnee
6 years ago

Are you sure about adding 2 Tablespoons of garlic and onion powders? That seems like an awful lot.

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Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago

I put a BONE IN turkey breast in the crock today at 1:45 and it’s been cooking away but I just saw your comment that this recipe is based on a boneless breast. Could you tell me how much longer you think I should cook, beyond the 8-9 hours you suggest above?

Caroll Morris
Caroll Morris
6 years ago

I fixed this Tuesday and it was absolutely delicious..

Joseph
Joseph
6 years ago

In the picture, it appears that the breast still has the skin on. Am I seeing it right?

Shelly Logsdon
Shelly Logsdon
6 years ago

I hope its ok that the turkey is on its side in the crock?

Jodynne Viernes
Jodynne Viernes
5 years ago

All I have is a 16 quart crock pot. What do I have to adjust as far as how to roast it in there?

Carol
Carol
5 years ago

is this bone in turkey breast or boneless?

Sandy Novak
4 years ago

Does the skin brown and crisp up, it appears do in the picture.

C strode
C strode
4 years ago

Curious if this is Italian seasoning like in the dressing aisle or like the dryer herbs? I assume the dried herbs.

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