Lazy Lemon Delight

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Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 3 hrs
Temp High
Yield Serves 10-12

This is one of Jenna's favorite desserts. It's a scrumptious cross between lemon bars and a lemon cheesecake. If you love either of those desserts, you'll definitely like this one - oh and did we mention you can make it in the slow cooker?! Easy and delicious - just the way we like it!

Ingredients

  • 1 Box Supreme Bars mix, lemon flavor.(Made by Betty Crocker)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • 1/2 Cups applesauce
  • 1 (12-ounce) Tub of Whipped Cream Cheese
  • 2 (8-ounce) cans of crescent rolls
  • cooking spray

Directions

  1. Step One

    Place one can of unrolled crescent rolls in the bottom of 6-quart slow cooker.

  2. Step Two

    Mix all other ingredients (saving other can of crescent rolls aside for the top) using the lemon mix AND crust mix packages out of Supreme Bars box.

  3. Step Three

    Pour batter over the top of crescent rolls.

  4. Step Four

    Tear crescent rolls into strips and place strips on top of the batter (a lot like a pie).

  5. Step Five

    Cover and cook on HIGH for 3 hours. Serve right away. Delicious warm. If you have questions about this recipe, make sure to watch the video below to watch how we crock it!

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  1. Verna

    As some of the others, I feel this recipe could have a good review, with more ‘tweaking”. Mine also burned on the edges, and the center, also was too soft. This is a very expensive dessert to have this kind of a result. The whipped cream cheese was $4.50 and 2 crescent rolls, and the lemon mix was $3.00 plus. I turned my slow-cooker down to low and finished it that way……..

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  2. Lou Ann

    Never mind……just found it…….

  3. Lou Ann

    No review, just a question. Where is the print button?

  4. Heather J.

    I’m rating this high, because had my West Bend crock cooked this right, it would have been AMAZING. My edges burned with doughy middle as well. However, my 15-year old son ate it anyway (just to prove that teenage boys are not human) and had 3 helpings! Guess I better buy a GE cooker for baking!

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  5. Tiffany M.

    I LOVED this! I was a little worried about making it since it had a low rating, but after reading the comments I felt it would be safe because I have the same GE slow cooker that y’all use in the video. It was PERFECT!!!! Thanks, y’all! Btw, I can’t “bake” in my Rival CP either…it burns every time, and only the center is edible.

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  6. Kimberly C.

    I had the same thing happen with my recipe. The bottom was burnt and the top was still doughy.

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    Crockin Girls

    Oh no, Patty! I really don’t think you did anything wrong or the recipe isn’t good, but it sounds like you’re crock is cooking too hot. We have found that Rival and Hamilton Beach crock hotter than most others. We have to adjust cooking times when using those crocks, and we almost never “bake” in those crocks because we end up with burnt edges and an uncooked center. :(

  8. Patty

    I made this last night and the sides and bottom were burnt and the top was dough…so disappointed!

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