Crockpot Turkey,Stuffing & cheese melt

Brenda-Lee Barajas


I just love crockpot cooking, and I love turkey and stuffing.. So I thought I would try this and it worked soo good together.. The flavor mix sooo together.. This is something we can eat year round..I think i made up a good one here.. Give a try... my hubby did not eat cranberrys on his.. lol.. so do what your heart desire,,,, either way its a major winner..


★★★★★ 2 votes

5 Min
3 Hr


  • 1 pkg
  • 1 lb
    deli oven roasted turkey
  • 1/2 lb
    cheese of your choice from the deli
  • 1 pkg
    stove top stuffing
  • 1 can(s)
    jellied cranberrys
  • 1
    crockpot 4 quart

How to Make Crockpot Turkey,Stuffing & cheese melt


  1. Mix hot water from stuffing instructions with butter.let it melt. add stuffing and season pak.. and mix .. put in bottom of Greased crockpot... as seen in pic..
  2. Then layer Turkey on top of stuffing..
  3. Then layer Cheese on top of turkey..Cook On low for three hours.
  4. When done.. cut in fours or what ever size you want.Put on rolls then slice cranberry and add on top...

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About Crockpot Turkey,Stuffing & cheese melt

Course/Dish: Turkey
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids

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