Kirkland Signature Seasoned Turkey Breast With Stuffing and Gravy

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For small families who want turkey for Thanksgiving without too much work, this Kirkland Signature Seasoned Turkey Breast With Stuffing and Gravy may just be the answer.

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The turkey breast has been seasoned with a cranberry peppercorn seasoning and is ready to cook.

An herb stuffing is included and placed under the turkey breast in the foil pan.

A separately package turkey gravy is included as well.

This meal should serve 6 to 8 people.

There was a sheet of paper with the cooking instructions:

– Preheat oven to 400 F

– Remove plastic wrap and place foil pan onto the center oven rack and cook for 30 minutes at 400F

– Turn oven down to 350 F.

– Cover turkey with foil and cook for an additional 2.5 to 3 hours and until the internal temperature reaches 165 F

– Let turkey rest on cutting board fro 20 minutes before carving

– For the gravy, empty gravy pouch into a sauce pan and heat on a stove top at medium until temperature reaches 165 F

The Kirkland Signature Seasoned Turkey Breast With Stuffing and Gravy is priced at $29.99.

The net weight listed on the package is 10.6 lbs.

Unit price is thus ~ $2.83/lb.

Item number 38755.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • Julie Van

    Thank you so much for posting this. My turkey breast came with NO instructions, so you really saved my bacon, so to speak. It’s in the oven and looks delicious. Thanks again.

    • Olli

      Hi Julie,
      I’m glad you found our post and the cooking instructions.
      Have a happy and delicious Thanksgiving! 🙂
      Olli

      • Mark

        Ours had the directions on the label that had the price and weight, small print.

        • Flora

          My still pink inside is already almost 31/2 hours inside the oven. I don’t have a meat thermometer.

  • AVDESIGNZ

    Yes, mine did not come with instructions, either. I’m glad I googled it and your information came up. Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving. 🙂

    • Olli

      You’re welcome and happy Thanksgiving!
      Olli

      • Junef Saminiano

        The cooking instruction was on the price tag. Almost threw it away too after unwrapping.

  • Joe Brooks

    This is 14.99 now, I would assume Costco, like many stores will start cutting up fresh turkeys. The pack date was dated today.

    • Olli

      hi Joe,
      Thanks for the price update!
      Olli

  • RKB

    I just prepared this and it was the best! For the first Thanksgiving ever, I did not have to fuss with stuffing and gravy! This was painless and DELICIOUS!!! Thank you Costco!

    • Olli

      Glad to hear it was a success! Happy Thanksgiving!

  • MamaBear

    Good morning. Glad I found this site, any recommendation on time to cook one half of the breast and dressing?

    • Olli

      I would follow the same cooking instructions but check it after an hour? The most important thing is that the temperature of the thickest part of the turkey reaches 165f.
      Hope this helps and Happy Thanksgiving!
      Olli

  • Olli

    hi Paula,
    Sorry I didn’t see your comment earlier but glad that it all worked out in the end!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Olli

  • CAMILLE

    1st year we did this. The easiest and possibly the best tasting, and moistest turkey I ever prepared!

    • Olli

      That’s great to hear, Camille. Do you mind sharing how long it took (total time) to cook the turkey? Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving!
      Olli

  • Larry Grover

    Tried to add a pic of the finished turkey I’m my last post, here it is. It had a ton of meat, I’d guess enough for 8 to 10 people. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c18c67f45026a8dc908352c28a9db7505b09b5a5544a446f6b7441282d54342b.jpg

  • Olli

    Thanks for the reply, Camille. I’m sure it’ll help others in the future as they try to figure out how long it’ll take to cook the turkey. So far, it varies from 2.5 hours to 3.5 hours 🙂
    Regards,
    Olli

  • Olli

    hi Larry,
    Thanks for sharing your method of cooking the turkey. I guess another way is to leave the turkey on the stuffing, bake, flip turkey over, bake, then flip turkey back over to finish baking. The color of your turkey looks really good!
    Regards,
    Olli