Crock-Pot Taco Junk

Crock-Pot Taco Junk Recipe {via CrockPotLadies.com} - This easy recipe is made with ground turkey and beans and is low-fat and full of fiber. You can serve this yummy dish as is or serve it as a taco salad, burrito filling or even a chunky dip!

Crock-Pot Taco Junk

This is a recipe I got from the iVillage South Beach Message Boards many moons ago. I’ve adapted it a little over the years to our family’s tastes but it is still high fiber and low fat and delicious.

You can eat this dish right out of a bowl, however it is also tasty served over cooked rice or in a taco salad. You can also wrap it up in a tortilla as a tasty burrito filling if you don’t mind your burriots a little messy.

Because this recipe is packed with lean ground turkey and beans it is rather low in fat and full of healthy fiber. If you would like to make this into a vegetarian recipe all you need to do is leave out the ground turkey and replace it with some additional beans. Pinto beans would be great I think!

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Crock-Pot Taco Junk Recipe {via CrockPotLadies.com} - This easy recipe is made with ground turkey and beans and is low-fat and full of fiber. You can serve this yummy dish as is or serve it as a taco salad, burrito filling or even a chunky dip!
Crock-Pot Taco Junk
Crock-Pot Taco Junk
Crock-Pot Taco Junk Recipe {via CrockPotLadies.com} - This easy recipe is made with ground turkey and beans and is low-fat and full of fiber. You can serve this yummy dish as is or serve it as a taco salad, burrito filling or even a chunky dip!
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Servings 4 - 6People
Prep Time 15Minutes
Cook Time 4Hours
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Servings 4 - 6People
Prep Time 15Minutes
Cook Time 4Hours
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  1. Lightly brown the turkey or beef in a pan and drain.
  2. Add the meat and all other ingredients to your crockpot and mix.
  3. Cover and heat on high for 4 hours.
  4. Mix well before serving.
Recipe Notes

Caution-do not overcook the meat when browning. You just want to get it going. I like to add a can of corn to this recipe to add a little color. You can also add chopped fresh jalapenos or canned jalapenos. Serve with shredded cheddar cheese and if desired, sour cream. Serving size will depend on how you serve this (and whether you have teenagers).

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    • Lady Katie says

      I believe so. Low temp is normally twice the high temp time in a crock-pot. That last hour or two I would take a look at it just in case.

    • Alex says

      Sometimes I put everything in the crockpot before leaving in the morning for work and let it cook on low all day long. It comes out great

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