Servings: 12 to 16
This coffee-spiked dessert tastes like a delicious cross between classic Mexican tres leches cake and tiramisu.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can soak the cake in the milk mixture up to a day ahead and top it up to 2 hours ahead.
ANAZING!! As a previous bakery owner, I know desserts. This cake is absolutely scrumptious! It's like a soft pillow of sweet goodness...moist cake topped with light and airy whipped cream...yummmmy! Who doesn't love that?! The cake is not overly wet-just moist and perfect. The only changes I made was to add a nice kick of Kahlua to the whipped cream instead of the coffee and I topped with shaved chocolate curls and toasted almonds for some crunch. So easy to make too! This would be a wonderful dessert for parties or for the office as it transports easily too. I can't wait for a reason to make this again. Thank you, thank you!!
This cake looks delicious, just a question though, did anyone try baking it in round pans instead of the 9x11?Thanks
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