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Rosca de Reyes Recipe

Celebrate Epiphany with friends and family by following our Rosca de Reyes recipe. Rosca de Reyes, or three kings bread, is a traditional sweet yeast bread primarily consumed on January 6th during the Kings Day festivities. Made to resemble a king's crown with candied fruit ... Celebrate Epiphany with friends and family by following our Rosca de Reyes recipe. Rosca de Reyes, or three kings bread, is a traditional sweet yeast bread primarily consumed on January 6th during the Kings Day festivities. Made to resemble a king's crown with candied fruit for the jewels, it has a delicious orange flavor and soft, cake-like texture. Traditionally, a small porcelain figurine that represents baby Jesus is wrapped in wax paper and baked into the kings bread (our recipe does not contain this special surprise). For a full Mexican-inspired feast everyone is sure to love, serve this bread with chili chicken tamales, Mexican rice and Mexican hot chocolate or atole.   Read More Read Less
Chef-Louella-Villa

Chef Louella

Chop up candied pineapples and mangoes to give this bread a tropical twist. (They'll pair perfectly with McCormick Pure Orange Extract.)

3hr
PREP TIME
35m
COOK TIME
213
CALORIES
14
INGREDIENTS

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