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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

 

 

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Kerri Smith
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Kerri Smith

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

Bobbjohn
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Bobbjohn

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

Nancy
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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
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Barbara Reid

Is this Gluten free?

Doris Cameron
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Doris Cameron

Is the calo­rie count right per serv­ing??

Mary
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Mary

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

Emily
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Emily

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
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Deanne Kilgore

So, 1 serv­ing is almost 14 ounces?

JoAnn Johnson
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JoAnn Johnson

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

Natasha
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Natasha

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

jamie
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jamie

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

jamie
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jamie

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

jamie
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jamie

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

jamie
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jamie

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

FC
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FC

Bone­less or bone in breast?

Joy
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Joy

Could you use turkey ten­der­loins instead?

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

Marnee
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Marnee

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

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Tracy
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Tracy

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
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Caroll Morris

I fixed this Tues­day and it was absolute­ly deli­cious..

Joseph
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Joseph

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

Shelly Logsdon
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Shelly Logsdon

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

Jodynne Viernes
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Jodynne Viernes

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
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Carol

is this bone in turkey breast or bone­less?

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

C strode
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C strode

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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Jenn is the founder of Get­Crocked, the #1 resource for slow cook­ing with over 1.5 mil­lion online fol­low­ers. She inno­vates recipes dai­ly with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cook­er.

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