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I recently had mexican night at the house, this cake went over so big, I've had 3 recipe requests.
So easy and so good. It was my husband's birthday and I was tired of making "a cake" so I tried this recipe just to change it up a bit. I use a confetti cake since it was a birthday. I was a bit hesitant to leave out the oil when I mixed the cake, but it was necessary so the cake would soak up the milks. Thanks a lot! I will definitely be making this cake again!
I've used this recipe many times before with very good results. The extra eggs add volume to the mix and there is just the right amount of milk mixture to have it all soaked up at the end. Delicious. I especially like using the Betty Crocker Butter Recipe Yellow cake mix with this.
This is really good and easy! It tastes close to the tres leches cake I can get in the store here in AZ! The cake soaks up the milks really well and does not make it soggy, just moist and creamy!!! Soooo good!!! Thank you for this awesome dessert for my Cinco de Mayo celebration!!!
I made this cake for a friend's birthday about a year ago. Everyone was very impressed, and now whenever I attend a gathering I'm asked to bring "that milk cake". I served it with sweetened sliced strawberries on top - Delicious and extremely easy. My only recommendation is make sure to allow the milk adequate time to soak into the cake. If you make the cake the night before, you should be fine.
ADDING SLICED STRAWBERRIES is a MUST on top of the whipped cream !!!!!!