Crock Pot Turkey Soup

It only takes a few days of turkey sandwiches before I’m ready for something different. Don’t throw away that leftover turkey, throw it in a pot–a crock pot!

Here’s my favorite recipe. Enjoy!


  • Leftover turkey (breast or whole)
  • (2) 32oz Basics Chick Stock or if you saved any turkey stock use it!
  • 1 cup chopped celery
  • 1 cup chopped onion
  • 2  cups rice (I used Minute Brown Rice)

Put leftover turkey (all of it) into the crock pot. Add celery and onion and cover with chicken or turkey stock. Cook on low all night.

The following morning, debone turkey and remove bones and skin  from pot. Shred the turkey.

HELPFUL HINT: I use latex gloves (the throw away kind) for all kinds of projects. The turkey will be hot when you debone it, so I put on gloves to protect my hands from the heat.

Add rice (in my case instant) and put lid back on the pot. Leave crock pot set on low. It will be ready to serve in just a few hours or when you return home.

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