When you want a slow cooker turkey recipe, you’ve come to the right place

You may be asking, “But how can I make a turkey that is slow cooker compatible?”

That’s easy: simply replace the turkey with a slow cooker version!

That means you don’t need to worry about your turkey being too dry, or too firm or too soft, or that it doesn’t cook well, or doesn’t have enough flavor.

In short, this is the recipe for a slow-cooker turkey that can be cooked in less than an hour. 

When you’re ready to make your very own slow cooker Turkey, be sure to check out our list of Top 5 Slow Cooker Turkey Recipes for an easy step-by-step guide on how to make this very tasty and tender, but also easy to cook Thanksgiving turkey.

For a step-in-time, you can also try our slow cooker pumpkin seeds recipe.

Now it’s time to get cooking.

For this slow cooker recipe, we will be using a recipe that we have written about in the past.

For the new version, we are making a slightly different turkey.

The old version was a slow roast turkey with roasted peppers and cranberries. 

Here is the new slow cooker version.

This recipe has been a hit.

The slow cooker is the perfect way to cook turkey with the flavors of spices, applesauce, sweet potatoes, and carrots in the slow cooker.

We have also seen a huge spike in people using this recipe with slow cooker stuffing, which makes this slow-cooked turkey a great choice for Thanksgiving.

The stuffing has the same flavorful flavors and tenderness of the turkey, but is also easy and quick to make.

If you want to make the stuffing for Thanksgiving dinner, you will want to double the recipe so that you can cook the turkey and then refrigerate the stuffing.

You can make the turkey stuffing in the morning or even on Thanksgiving day.

You will want enough stuffing for 8 to 10 people, but you can make it ahead and freeze it for a later meal.

You will also want to use the spices that are included in this recipe.

We will be adding a lot of fresh parsley, red pepper flakes, and oregano to this turkey.

Fresh parsley has a great fresh flavor and helps give the turkey a different texture.

I love the freshness of fresh herbs that I find on most Thanksgiving meals.

You may also want some chopped green onion or cilantro.

I have also used red pepper, thyme, and garlic in the stuffing to add some spice.

If your family doesn’t like spicy food, then you can omit them.

The flavor of these spices will give this slow cook turkey a nice crunchy texture and great flavor.

You do not need to add any salt to this recipe, but the spices do add a nice sweetness.

You might want to serve this turkey with some mashed potatoes, mashed cauliflower, or a salad.

This recipe also makes a great side dish for Thanksgiving, so feel free to try adding some mashed potato, mashed veggies, or even mashed potatoes and gravy to this dish.

When you are ready to use this turkey, you’ll want to cut the turkey into bite-sized pieces.

To do this, cut the long neck from the turkey.

To slice the turkey up, cut each piece into bite size pieces.

Place the turkey pieces into the slow cookers slow cooker, and let the turkey cook on low for about 6 hours, or until the skin begins to crisp up.

Once the turkey is done cooking, drain it on paper towels and let it cool for about 5 minutes before slicing.

You want to slice the pieces into 6 to 8 small pieces so that they can be eaten with your hands. 

We also have a recipe for stuffing that uses pumpkin seeds.

It can be made ahead of time, and will allow you to serve it for the Thanksgiving meal, as well. 

I hope you have enjoyed this article.

If so, you should check out some of our other Thanksgiving recipes that you may enjoy.

If not, you may want to check our recipe for the slow- cooker turkey. 

Want to find more Thanksgiving recipes?

Check out our collection of Thanksgiving Recipes, and see how easy they are to make, too!