A holiday dinner with a less than 30-minute prep time! Tender turkey breast stuffed with bacon and cornbread - surprise you family with this lavish meal.
Although you normally remove the netting on a turkey before cooking, in this case leaving it on makes sense because it helps hold the turkey and stuffing together as they cook. Of course, you'll want to remove the netting before serving!
Cooking your Thanksgiving turkey in a slow cooker allows you to spend more time with family and friends instead of being stuck in the kitchen for most of the day. For a traditional holiday meal, serve with cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes.
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