This moist, airy cake was my dad's favorite. Mom revamped the original recipe to include lemons. I'm not much of a baker, so I don't make it very often. But when I do, my family is thrilled! —Trisha Kammers, Clarkston, Washington
Tres Leche means "three milk." This cake gets its name because it uses three kinds of milk—evaporated, condensed and cream. This cake's light and airy texture has made it a classic in Mexican kitchens for generations. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Don’t let the number of steps in this recipe fool you. It’s actually quite easy. The cake comes out high and fluffy and the strawberries add fresh flavor and beauty to the dessert. Cream cheese is a good substitute if you don’t have mascarpone cheese handy.
"My father is not a cake lover, but he absolutely loves this cake-in fact, it's the only cake he'll eat," writes Jan Huszczo of Beverly Hills, Michigan. "If you don't want to frost these, just dust with powdered sugar."
If you’re looking to impress guests, try this light, airy cake that gets its lovely look from drizzles of raspberry jam and melted white chocolate. I entered it in the Canyon County Fair and won first place.—Amanda Bowyer, Caldwell, Idaho