The ubiquitous tres leches cake, is for many, an introduction to a Latin American classic that a few countries like to claim as theirs. There are a pantry-full of theories regarding how this pastel came to be- some say it was developed in Mexico. Others will tell you it was created in Central America and later adopted by the Cubans. You'll even hear the story of evaporated milk companies designing the recipe and including it on cans to get Latin American housewives to make the cake at home. Any way you slice it, whether as a sweet end to Lent on Easter Sunday or for any special occasion, it's a delicious end to a meal. This version is juicy and topped with a hit of tropical fruit for freshness.