This slow cooker turkey breast is injected with marinade for the most flavorful, easy turkey dinner you’ve ever made!
Hey, hey! Are you guys ready for some turkey yet? I’m always in the mood for good roasted turkey! I don’t actually go all out with a whole oven roasted turkey more than once a year, but what if I could give you an easy way to enjoy that fresh, roasted turkey taste even on a busy weeknight? You can, thanks to your slow cooker.
Obviously, I’m talking about a turkey breast here to get it to fit in the crockpot. That’s the part most people want anyway! I decided to make this like the Cajun turkeys you might have heard about. Those are often deep fried, and I wasn’t going to do that, but I did inject the turkey breast with seasoning to make it very flavorful.
I chose Cajun seasoning, but if that’s not your thing, you could use whatever seasoning blend you like. (Click here for a bunch of ideas.) I do think injecting the flavor gave it an amazing taste and kept it moist. I was going to take photos or a video to show you how to inject it, but Dr. BBQ already did a great job of that in this video!
This crockpot turkey breast is SO much easier than roasting a whole turkey, and it was incredibly moist and flavorful. Pair it with cornbread dressing and green bean casserole for a classic holiday dinner, or enjoy it any old weeknight since it’s so simple to prepare!