Feliz Dia de los Reyes Magos or Happy Three Kings Day or Epiphany, whichever you choose to celebrate, this is a tradition my daughters look forward every year. They are always excited the day we have our “Baby Bread”. I mark it as the official end of the Christmas season.

Image from French's Bakery Facebook page
Image from French’s Bakery Facebook page

If you haven’t picked up your Rosca, get to your local panderia (mexican bakery) such as La Poblana Bakery in Old Town Orange or one of the many hispanic markets that offer “Rosca De Reyes”.

This year I’ll be giving the Rosca from French’s Bakery of Costa Mesa a try. I called early this morning and they said they have plenty of both their Pineapple with cream cheese and Apple Rosca’s available. They have locations in Costa Mesa, Irvine, Mission Viejo & Orange and are celebrating their 50th anniversary.

Image Courtesy of Portos Bakery Facebook page
Image Courtesy of Portos Bakery Facebook page

If you’re in the Los Angeles area you might want to try a Rosca from the very yummy Porto’s Bakery, located in Burbak, Glendale & Downey. In addition to the traditional Rosca, they also have Galette Des Rios.

Image courtesy of Chocalate Ibarra facebook page
Image courtesy of Ibarra Chocloate facebook page

Ohhhh don’t forget your Ibarra Chocolate to go along with your Rosca, Happy Day of the Kings!


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