Tres leches cake is a delicious dessert from Latin America, particularly Mexico. It literally translates to “three milks cake” which perfectly describes its key component. These three milks are Evaporated milk, Condensed milk, and whole milk. This soaking process infuses the cake with rich flavor and an incredibly moist, melt-in-your-mouth texture. Tres leches cake is then typically finished with a topping of whipped cream, and sometimes strawberries or a sprinkle of cinnamon for an extra touch.

2. Alternately add flour and melted butter while stirring at low speed. Continue until all the flour and butter are used. 3. Add milk with vanilla extract, then mix again at low speed until the batter is evenly mixed. 4. Pour the mixture into the glass baking pan, then bake at 365oF for about 30 minutes.

1. Get a medium-sized bowl, mix egg yolks, egg whites, and emulsifier using a mixer at low speed, gradually adding sugar while increasing the mixer speed until it reaches its highest setting. Mix until it becomes thick and white, and forms peaks.

5. Prepare a medium-sized bowl, and mix evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and milk. 6. Once the cake is cooled, poke the entire top surface with a fork. 7. Slowly pour the milk sauce mixture over the cake, making sure to pour it near the edges and all around. 8. Store the cake in the refrigerator until the milk is absorbed. 9. Prepare a medium-sized bowl, then mix liquid whipped cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract until stiff peaks form. 10. Spread the whipped cream topping over the entire top of the cake, then decorate with fruit pieces.