Sunday, January 25, 2015

Crockpot Cheesey Turkey Sandwiches

We had lots of turkey left over after Christmas, and this was a real hit with hubby! It was quick and easy and I am sure this will become a regular at our house.  I froze some leftover turkey so we can enjoy it again later this year. 

Cheesey, filling, satisfying and oh so delicious!

Why...this would be awesome to serve at your Super Bowl party too!! 

Just a few ingredients....and you can use deli meat if preferred...I added some garlic powder and fresh ground pepper

Great for serving a crowd, but the recipe can easily be cut in half. 
Can be cooking in the crockpot while you do other things, or if you need something quicker, warm it all on top of the stove, adding cheese after turkey, broth and soup are heated. 

I was so excited to see this easy recipe at Recipes that Crock.
This original recipe found in a Gooseberry Patch's 
Slow Cooker Christmas Favorites

Terrific Hot Turkey Sandwiches!!! This filling is great, eaten plain, without a bun too!! 


               8 c. chopped cooked turkey or  2 # turkey lunch meat

              1-1/2 c. (2%) Velveeta, cubed

            1 c. turkey or chicken broth

           1 (10.75 oz) can cream of mushroom soup

      1/4 tsp. garlic powder, optional

       fresh ground pepper, to taste

    12-16 hamburger buns

       In bowl, combine turkey, Velveeta, broth, soup, garlic powder          & pepper; pour into a slow cooker (sprayed with cooking spray). Cook on low for 3 - 4 hours (I'd check it after 2-1/2) or until the cheese is melted.  Stir well; serve on warmed buns. 

                 Yield: 12 - 16 servings

              Linked to Weekend Potluck
           GBP Roundup - Father's Day
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