Mouthwatering Slow Cooker Turkey Recipes
Maple-Mustard-Sauced Turkey Thighs
This creation is cooked in sweet maple and tangy mustard. Feel free to add red-skinned potatoes for a hearty side.
Tomatillo-Turkey Chili with Spelt
Tomatillo salsa, also know as salsa verde, gives our slow cooker turkey chili its unique spiciness. Sprinkle each serving with chopped onion and lime juice before digging in for an extra level of Mexican flavor.
Tex-Mex Chipotle Sloppy Joes
Everyone's favorite messy sandwich gets a burst of Southwestern flavor when made with chipotle peppers, sweet corn, and salsa cooked right in. Chopped avocado slices sprinkled on top help temper the heat in these turkey sloppy joes.
8 Ways to Use Turkey Leftovers
Have some leftover turkey that needs to be used up? Here are eight ways to eat it in casseroles, shepherd's pie, slow cooker soups, and gyros.
Turkey Shepherd's Pie
Indulge in a hearty bowl of comfort food with turkey, mashed potatoes, and tons of mixed vegetables. Bonus: The slow cooker recipe requires just five ingredients, making it as easy as it is delicious.
Making this dish in the slow cooker will give plenty of time for the turkey breasts to soak up the sesame sauce, ensuring juicy and tender meat. Serve over rice or lettuce and you've got an easy weeknight dinner.
Pizza Stew with Biscuits
Pizza-lovers will fall head over heels for this delicious slow cooker stew that tastes just like their favorite pie. Marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, and Italian seasoning make this slow cooker turkey recipe taste as good as its inspiration.
Sesame-Ginger Turkey Wraps
Sesame-ginger stir-fry sauce, broccoli slaw, and shredded turkey fill these tasty Asian-inspired wraps. Slow-cook the turkey ahead of time, and use purchased coleslaw to pull this quick dinner together in a flash.
Turkey and Dumplings
Cooked vegetables, a creamy gravy, and protein-rich turkey make for a hearty, warming dinner on any winter night. Kids and adults alike will love this slow cooker version of traditional turkey and dumplings.
Turkey Tortilla Stew
This comforting yet flavorful tortilla stew is thicker than soup, and the slow cooker will make the turkey nice and tender. Top the stew with baked tortilla chips and your favorite salsa.
Asian Turkey and Rice Soup
Add soy sauce, bok choy, and fresh ginger for bold Asian flavor in turkey-and-rice soup. Don't forget the lo mein noodles on top!
Turkey, Parsnip, and Tomatillo Tostadas
Change up your next taco night with a zesty slow cooker topping scooped on oven-crisped tortilla shells. Finish off these "Mexican pizzas" with tomatoes, beans, avocado, cheese, or any choice of topping.
Spicy Turkey Lasagna
Yes, you heard right: lasagna made in a slow cooker. The turkey cooks with oregano and crushed red pepper, which gives it a kick. Layer your ingredients, walk away for a few hours while it cooks, and before you know it you've got a tasty, spicy lasagna.
Sloppy Turkey and Veggie Sandwiches
These sloppy turkey and veggie sandwiches are a healthy twist on a sloppy joe. The Greek yogurt and goat cheese sauce topping these sandwiches adds protein, which keeps you full for a long time.
Turkey chablis is slow-cooked in wine, onions, garlic, and bay leaf and topped with the savory gravy from cooking juices. This simple recipe makes about 8 servings.
New World Chili
A cluster of ingredients make this chili one-of-a-kind -- turkey breast tenderloin, dried cranberries, jalapeno pepper, butternut squash, spinach, and more. Don't forget to top off with shredded cheese!
Barbecue Turkey Wedges
Throw some cooked ground turkey and barbecue sauce in your slow cooker. Let it simmer for a few hours, and then scoop the mixture atop of toasted pita wedges along and you now have a tasty snack.
Slow cooker dips never disappoint, and pizza fondue is no exception. The hearty turkey sausage simmers for about three hours in the slow cooker. When it's done, grab a fondue fork, your favorite dippers (we suggest bread cubes or veggies) and enjoy!
Turkey Orzo with Dried Cherries and Feta Cheese
This turkey orzo can be enjoyed as a meal or even a side dish. The lemon juice, dried cherries, and almonds add a nutty sweetness to this recipe made in the slow cooker.