Roscòn de Reyes, the donut of the Three Kings is a typical dessert of the Spanish tradition that is prepared for the Epiphany, on January 6. Also known as rosca de Reyes in Latin America. Often accompanied with a cup of hot chocolate, it can be enjoyed both for breakfast and as a snack. The Roscò de Reyes can be filled with whipped cream or cream, there are also truffle and chocolate variants. Another peculiarity of this dessert is that inside there are two surprises, ceramic or plastic figurines, which diners could find in their slice, in addition to a dried bean, the roscón that traditionally the one who finds it pays the price, roscòn.
- CostVery cheap
- Preparation time1 Hour
- Rest time16 Hours
- Cooking time35 Minutes
Leaving in the refrigerator with a little yeast guarantees a softer and longer-lasting dough.
To make this donut faster you can add more yeast up to 12g and skip the leavening in the fridge.
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