Recently I tried Wildgrain Box. It’s a bread box with all things carbs delivered to your door. Not just bread, but my box contained pasta as well as cinnamon rolls and brioche buns! It’s a like a runner’s dream!
Living in the middle of nowhere is hard. These days, I’m making one trip “into town” for all of my grocery needs. It takes roughly 90 minutes round trip to get to the local towns that have things like restaurants, bigger grocery stores, and even bakeries. That’s a far cry from New Jersey when I had three targets within 5 miles. Anyway, I was excited to find Wildgrain Box, which delivers bread straight to your door.
A few weeks ago I made an easy funfetti cake recipe. Why? To celebrate being fully vaccinated. Here is the thing, I need no excuse for cake. I can eat cake at any time for any occasion. It’s my third uncle twice removed friend’s cat’s birthday? Perfect time for cake.
Vanilla and funfetti cake has never been a personal favorite of mine. I like vanilla frosting but usually prefer chocolate cake. Red velvet and cookie dough cake seem more appealing to me. I decided to try make an easy funfetti cake recipe because I like to try new things and challenges. Plus, I was baking for one (me) so no one could really tell me it tasted terrible.
Let’s cut to the chase; the Tres Leches Cake is not the most beautiful, but it tastes good. Tres Leches means 3 milk, and this cake uses exactly that: 3 different kinds of milk. It’s a great cake to make for Cinco De Mayo, but honestly, you need no excuse to make a cake.