Sopapilla Cheesecake

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Cook Time 2 hrs
Temp High

You're right Y'all! Cheesecake in the crock! An oven family favorite turned crockin'! Yummy!

Ingredients

  • 2 Cans crescent rolls
  • 2 blocks of cream cheese, softened
  • 1 1/2 Cups sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 Tablespoons butter or margin
  • cinnamon and sugar

Directions

  1. Step One

    Spray the crock with nonstick cooking spray.

  2. Step Two

    Unroll 1 roll of the crescent rolls and spread in the bottom of the crock.

  3. Step Three

    In a mixing bowl, combine 2 blocks of cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla.

  4. Step Four

    Mix until well combined. Spread the cream cheese mixture over the layer of crescent rolls.

  5. Step Five

    Top with the other roll of crescent rolls. Melt butter and pour onto. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.

  6. Step Six

    Cook on HIGH 1 1/2 - 2 hours.

  7. Step Seven

    Turn off the slow cooker, remove the lid and let cool. Cut and serve directly from your slow cooker!

Crockin' Reviews Add Review
  1. Alli

    Made this today to take to work and EVERYONE loved it. I’ve always made the oven version but had to try this one and LOVE it way better. Especially since I can turn it on while I’m at work and it will be hot and fresh when it’s time to eat!

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  2. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thanks, Mary Lou. We’ll add this step!

  3. MaryLou

    I have made this tonight. But did not know what to do now. Went back on website and read that you should cool it and then cut. Your recipe on the website does not state that, one of the members asked the question also.

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  4. Melody

    Made this tonight and it was amazing! We are a family of 6 (2 of which are very picky eaters) and everyone loved it! I will be making this again very soon!

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  5. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    I like getting that cakey crust that you would not be able to get using a liner. I make sure to liberally spray the crock before adding my ingredients so it is easier to remove. For some of the desserts, it is easier to serve right out of the cooker.

  6. kkyucatan

    I haven’t actually made this yet, but just a thought. Why couldn’t you use a disposable crockpot liner with this or any other “baked” dessert that comes out with a less than desirable appearance after removal?? Any thoughts? I plan on making this for dinner tonight and would appreciate your thoughts on this. Thanks.

  7. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Hey Stacy….use 2 cans of the 8 oz crescent rolls. Not sure why some of y’alls was still doughy on top. Sounds like you crocks cook differently than ours if the bottom was close to burning and the top was still doughy :/ Desserts in the crock can definitely be a little trickier than meats depending on how hot your crock cooks. If you have another one that cooks more evenly, I would use it for desserts.

  8. sandy e.

    sandy e.

    I also made this cheesecake last night and the top was doughy/rubbery. It tasted good otherwise. IT seemed to me it was the cresent rolls in the middle of the top crust that were doughy/rubbery. It was done on the bottom and if it had cooked anymore would have been burned. I did it for 2 hours on high.

  9. Stacy K.

    It is delicious. It is so simple to make. Making it again for the Olympic party that we are going to next week! My only question is I used the large can crescent rolls. Should it be a larger or the small can of crescent rolls? Thanks Stacy

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  10. Shannon S.

    Is the crescent rolls on top suppoed to be soggy? I just made it but the top crust is still very soft and doughy. Should it be like that?

  11. KG

    SOPAPILLA CHEESECAKE!!! YUM…. My family is in LOVE. Must do a video for this so everyone can see. I did a smaller crock for this so it make the cheesecake like a 8 in round deep cheesecake. Will do this one again! Thanks Kim

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  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    2 8oz pkgs, Jackie. :-))

  13. Jackie

    What do you mean by 2 blocks of cream cheese? 2 8oz pjkgs. Or 2 3 oz pkgs???

  14. Sarah

    Thanks for replying! I’ll be giving it a try at our camping trip next week! :)

  15. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Oops, it should be crocked on HIGH. Thanks for catching that, Sarah!

  16. Sarah

    At the top of the recipe it says : Temp Low, but at the bottom of the recipe it says Temp Hi for 1 1/2 – 2hrs. So is it low or high setting?

    Also what size slow cooker should we use?

    Thanks!

  17. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Hey, y’all! Julie, lifting the lid can really affect your recipe…especially recipes that “bake.” I have been known to tape down the lid in order to keep curious family members out! Next time, just take off the lid and let it cool (If the lid is opened, turn off the heat and leave the lid on for about 20 minutes, after crockin’). Once cooled, run a knife around the edges. You can try to flip it, but we just served it from inside the crock. I know it’s not the most beautiful display, but I love surprising my guests with what I made in the crock…it always leads to crockin’ conversation! If you want to display it on a serving dish, I suggest cutting individual bites and displaying that way. Hope I helped, y’all!

  18. Sharry

    This was delicious. I let it cool in the crockpot (after trying to get it out warm) and transferred it to a platter. Like Julie’s, it didn’t look pretty, but tasted great. I made mine with Splenda instead of sugar, and would make it again and again!

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  19. Julie

    Ok Sharon, I needed the crockpot so I took off the top and let it cool for about 30 minutes. Then I took out an oval casserole dish and cut it into 4ths and transferred it using two spatulas, putting it back together in the casserole dish. It held up pretty well. It’s not pretty, but it tastes good.

  20. Sharry

    Julie, that is my question too! My timer just went off and I don’t know what to do next!

  21. Julie

    Is there a final step missing, such as do you leave it to cool in the pot and how do you get it out? Also, mine is kind of burnt around the edges. Did I cook it too long? (2 hours on high – I would’ve done less time but someone opened the lid so I gave it the extra half hour)

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