Friday Favorite: Butterball Boneless Breast of Turkey Roast (WITH Gluten-Free Gravy!)

Good Gravy!

I couldn’t believe it when I was told by the Customer Service Rep at Butterball that the gravy packet included in my Boneless Breast of Turkey Roast was gluten free! What a treat for me! (I called Butterball at 1-800-BUTTERBALL or 800-288-8372).

Besides the bonus gluten-free gravy pack (which is included in a separate pouch) the boneless turkey breast is also delicious…. Moist, flavorful and juicy…. without the hassle of preparing, prepping and cooking a whole turkey.

In fact, the Butterball Boneless Turkey Breast was a snap to prepare. Just pop it in the oven and it is done. No mess. No fuss.

This turkey breast is a welcoming change to weeknight dinners, and will make a fantastic addition to my Easter buffet.

The convenience, taste, and of course that awesome, out of-this world gluten-free gravy packet makes Butterball’s Boneless Breast of Turkey Roast this week’s Friday Favorite on BeFreeForMe!

Gobble Gobble!

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5 Responses to “Friday Favorite: Butterball Boneless Breast of Turkey Roast (WITH Gluten-Free Gravy!)”

  1. kristina Herrick Says:

    how awesome to have the gravy included! I have been looking for a GF turkey breast that I can shove in the oven for a few hours and woolah supper is ready! Where can I buy this??

  2. Michele Hill Says:

    Where do they sell this? Sounds Great!
    You know what I heard Glutino is selling yogurt and chocolate covered pretzels!

  3. Kat Says:

    I am so thrilled with Butterball. I purchased 3 of these at Winco in Fresno, CA last night. I couldn’t believe it when I was reading the ingredient list for the gravy packet. I was still skeptical and read it several times. I finally decided to buy them and check it out at home. If I was reading it wrong, I would give them away. Thank you, thank you Butterball.

  4. Joseph Cistulli Says:

    Where do they sell butterball breast on cape cod?

  5. Kathleen Reale Says:

    Joseph… Check Market Basket! Also, check at Stop & Shop. If they do not have them at your local grocer, ask the meat manager (or store manager) to order them. They are usually frozen in the stores meat case. Good Luck!

    Be Free!

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