Servings: 12 to 16
It’s easy to give the classic Mexican tres leches cake a chocolate twist by substituting cocoa powder for some of the flour. The result is a cool, creamy chocolate treat, a bit like a chocolate icebox cake.
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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.
Horrible!!!!!! First off, the reviews above are fake! The amount indicated is practically for a wedding cake. I recommend only 1 can of 14oz sweetened condensed milk and 1 can of evaporated milk. You should add more to your liking. The person who created the 114 oz & 112 oz is crazy. Overall this recipe is Okay not great, will not make again. Heed my warning. I had to sign up for this website just to write this post warning others.
I made this for Valentine's Day and we loved it! It tasted like a chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream baked into it. We ate the last piece yesterday and I'm already thinking about when I'm going to make another one.
The cake was fabulous: texture and taste. It was perfectly moist, not runny. I will make it again!
Rich, but worth it.
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