Every Night is a Special Occasion with Butterball Turkey Roasts

I used to only make turkey dinners on the holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving mainly because it was a whole day affair! You would have to defrost the turkey, then make the stuffing, stuff the bird and cook it all day. You get the idea. HOWEVER, things are much different now that I’ve discovered Butterball Turkey Roasts in the frozen food section of my local grocery store. My family is now enjoying turkey dinners any old day of the week!

I remember the first time I made a Butterball Turkey Roast for dinner and gave John his plate of food. He said, “But it’s not Thanksgiving yet?”. I told him that he was silly and of course, I knew it wasn’t Thanksgiving and that I can whip up a Turkey dinner with all the fixins’ in a matter of hours. It’s THAT easy.

This past week I made a Butterball Boneless Stuffed Turkey Breast. I’ve made the Butterball Boneless Turkey Breast before so this time around I wanted to see what it would be like with the stuffing already inside.

It’s very straightforward to make and the oven pretty much does all the work for you. The only thing you really need to do is brush the turkey with some oil and pop it in. It cooks for about 4.5 hours and my goodness does the house ever smell good!

When the time was up, it came out a beautiful golden brown. After waiting 15 minutes for it to cool a bit, I removed the netting and sliced to serve.

The stuffing is all in the centre of the breast so when I sliced it open, I scooped it into a bowl. For side dishes, I made baked potatoes (which can cook at the same time as the turkey), steamed broccoli and of course, the stuffing.  We enjoyed all this deliciousness on a weeknight!

The turkey is so flavourful and moist and tasted just as good as my mom’s.  The stuffing tasted like homemade and seconds were quickly requested.  Turkey dinners have become a more common occurrence in our home. Not only do we get a meal of comfort food, but we can enjoy the yummy turkey leftovers!

Butterball roasts are available in your grocer’s freezer and they have a good variety to choose from including: Butterball Roast ‘n Slice Boneless Stuffed Turkey, Boneless Stuffed Turkey Breast Roast, Turkey Breast with Bone, Stuffed Turkey Breast with Bone, Boneless Turkey Breast & Boneless White and Dark Turkey Roast.

How often do you enjoy a turkey dinner?

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This post is sponsored by Butterball Canada. In exchange this review, I have received special perks in the form of products and monetary compensation. All opinions on this blog are my own.

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Comments

  1. Jill A. Collins says

    We make turkey all year round – not just on special holidays – because it is a great low fat meat and helps eat healthier. I think it’s great that they are offering this new product so more families can eat well.

  2. Karen Glatt says

    I have never heard of the Butterball Turkey Roasts before, and looking at the pictures they look so delicious! I would like to make these for Thanksgiving instead of having to slave over a hot stove! I will be looking for these at the grocery store!

  3. Tiffany Richardson says

    I love turkey. It tastes wonderful when cooked correctly, can be combined with so many other things, and is one of the best low calorie meats.

  4. Debbie Welchert says

    This sounds and looks so good. I think some night next week is going to be turkey night. With sweet potatoes fresh out of the garden and maybe some rolls this is going to make a heck of a meal.

  5. desiree says

    i have not seen the turkey like this and then it owuld be great for any kind of mean even for thanks giving

  6. Sherry Compton says

    I love that it is easier now to make turkey. It is so good! I’ve had the boneless turkey roast but never tried one with stuffing inside. I’m always forgetting to leave the bread slices out overnight so I hope I like the stuffing this way.

  7. Hannah C says

    I’ve never heard of that brand! This meal looks absolutely delicious, it is heaven! Sadly I haven’t had anything this good to eat in months.

  8. says

    I love turkey, but usually get ours from a local farm, Love freerange it tastes so yummy! Tried making stuffing from scratch last year think I’ll do it again this year, we have to do our holidays early my hubby is always out of state so we do special meals each time he’s at home and can never know when that is!

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