My family loves Turkey and I love eating it anytime besides Thanksgiving. I love having a small scale Thanksgiving from time to time and with this crockpot recipe, it makes it a lot less easier and tastes great!
Wash and pat dry your turkey breast. Trim the meat so that it will fit into the crockpot ( I had to remove a little of the rib bones to get it to fit into my crockpot). Coat the surface of the turkey with minimal butter and rub the dry onion soup mix and pepper all over the surface of the turkey. Put the chopped celery into the bottom of the crockpot and add ½ cup of chicken broth. Lay the turkey breast (breastbone side down) on top of the chopped celery. Cook on high one hour, then on low for 7 hours.
The turkey produces a good amount of juices along with the liquid in the recipe. This makes a great gravy as well.