Jennie-O Pulled Turkey Barbeque Sandwiches – Giveaway Ends 12/10



Are you still wondering what to do with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving? You’re not alone… But I am here to help. With the help from the Jennie-O website, I found a recipe that caught my eye. I really enjoy pulled pork sandwiches, so when I saw the pulled turkey sandwich recipe – I knew that was the one! The only thing I did differently from the recipe was that I used my leftover turkey from Thanksgiving, rather than buying the JENNIE-O® Extra Lean Boneless Turkey Breast Tenderloins. I simply cut my leftover turkey into chunks and then followed the recipe from there.(Also, I used leftover dinner rolls & made slider sized sandwiches.)

I am really glad I decided to try this! It was so yummy. I even ate a little cranberry sauce with mine, which gave it another level of flavor. So good! (My friend who shared this for lunch with me seemed to really enjoy it too!) I really love this idea, not only for after the big holiday meal, but as a healthier alternative to pulled pork! Here is the recipe so you can try it for yourself.
1 (17.6-ounce) package JENNIE-O® Extra Lean Boneless Turkey Breast Tenderloins
1 cup low-sodium barbeque sauce
8 buns, split
½ cup coleslaw

– Combine turkey and barbeque sauce in slow cooker. Cook on HIGH 3 hours or LOW 6
hours. Always cook turkey to well-done, 165°F. as measured by a meat thermometer.
– Remove turkey from slow cooker. Reserve ¼ cup sauce mixture. Shred turkey with fork.
– Top bottom half of bun with turkey mixture. Drizzle with reserved sauce. Add coleslaw.
– Cover with bun top.


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  1. use it in sloppy joes

  2. i like to use it to make turkey burgers

  3. Allison Downes says:

    In spaghetti

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  4. TawndaM

    makes great sloppy joe

  5. I make harvest burgers.

  6. Sandra K321 says:

    I use ground turkey for sloppy joes.

  7. Tari Lawson says:

    I like to make meatloaf.

  8. Tracy Allen says:

    Crock Pot “Meat Mix” Which is ground meat, Hidden valley powder with sour cream mixed in at the end

  9. Barbara Montag says:

    I like using ground turkey in my spaghetti sauce – Thank you!

  10. Wendy McBride says:

    I like using ground turkey in spaghetti sauce and also in taco soup.

    wendym at cableone dot net

  11. turkey burgers are great

  12. Sloppy joes! They are really good with ground turkey; you can’t tell that it isn’t beef.

  13. Kyl Neusch says:

    in all tacos cause good

  14. It is great for spaghetti.

  15. turkey burgers

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

  16. My teenagers love turkey burgers.

  17. In cheesy burritos.

  18. Teresa Young says:

    I use ground turkey in Turkey Chilil

  19. joseph gersch jr

    i use it in tacos

  20. wendy rozema says:

    we love to use it when we make tacos!!

  21. shannonscollins says:

    I use turkey burger in lots of things… Pretty much anything that most people use hamburger in. Tacos, spaghetti sauce, chili…. loads of things!

  22. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I love to use it to make tacos and meatloaf.

  23. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    in taco meat
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  24. In turkey chilli

  25. White chicken Chili is my fav to make with ground chicken or turkey.


  26. Mary Cloud says:

    In hamburger helper
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  27. Derk Thomas says:

    Cook like a turkey burger but then crumble over elbow macaroni

  28. we use it in hamburger helper funny huh

  29. Miz Vickik says:

    I like it in casseroles =)

  30. I like to make turkey burgers.

  31. Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    We use it in turkey burgers!

  32. I like to make ground turkey spaghetti.

  33. Samantha Meyer

    I actually substitute it for a lot of things that call for ground hamburger, it’s less greasy

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