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Does anyone know the name of this cake please?

Asked by NaturallyMe (4922points) September 16th, 2010

I’m adding recipes to my recipe book and wrote down a recipe on a piece of paper without writing down the cake’s name!

Eh, silly question i know, but i have to have the proper name. :)

It’s a white/vanilla cake, and when it’s done baking, you pour the following concoction over it and let it soak: milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk, cream, sugar and vanilla.

I did do a quick google search, but i’m not finding it.

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robmandu's avatar

@TheOnlyNeffie, click on @NaturallyMe‘s name or avatar above and send her a private message. =)

janbb's avatar

You don’t cook the milk concoction at all?

picante's avatar

Tres leches (three milks) cake.

marinelife's avatar

It sounds like Tres Leches (three milks).

picante's avatar

A double helping of tres leches—that makes it seis leches—sounds wonderful to me!!

NaturallyMe's avatar

@janbb Nope, not at all! :)
@marinelife YES! That sounds right, thanx a lot! :)
@picante – i know! I can’t wait to try it. :D Edit: Oh, i saw you mentioned it first, thanx to you too! :)

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Aesthetic_Mess's avatar

That cake is delicious. My sister made it before, but I cannot remember the name of it.

Aster's avatar

Dump cake? Seriously.

NaturallyMe's avatar

@Aster Huh?? Is that what they call it in your part of the world? Hehe….

Aster's avatar

well, yes. There is a kind of cake where you dump everything in the pan then bake it. Probably not the right answer for this one, though.

cazzie's avatar

We make a cake in Norway similar and call it ‘Bl√łtkake’ which means ‘wet cake’...

But I’d go with the ‘Three milks Cake’.. especially in French. Sounds much better.

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