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    Crock-pot Boneless Turkey Breast

    For the past few years I have been fixing boneless turkey breast in my crock-pot and it turns out so tender and juicy. It's fairly an easier way ...
    • Ellen Jacobberger

      Recipe for Crockpot Turkey Breast - Simple and easy. Another pinner says: It was super tender without being dried out (in fact it was quite moist and flavorful) and it makes enough broth to make a wonderful gravy too! slow cooker

    • Sherae Rasmussen

      THIS LOOKS FANTASTIC!!!! Crockpot Turkey Breast (ultimate comfort food made easy) Coleen's Recipes.

    • Kista Holt

      Coleen's Recipes: CROCKPOT RECIPES Crockpot Turkey Breast

    • Jacara Smith

      Crock pot Turkey Breast (ultimate comfort food made easy) Coleen's Recipes.

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