Rosca de Reyes ancestor from Spain 🏰
Have you tried Roscón de Reyes, Spanish abuelito of Mexican Rosca? The ingredients used might be similar but the toppings, crust and crumb are way different (one of my favorites to dip in hot chocolate). Spaniards also have their own traditions related to this bread—they put no baby Jesus hidden in the dough but other 2 surprises with different symbolism—which make the celebration very unique. Learn about those as you make your very own Roscón at home to celebrate Epiphany Day, and compare with me how we made this heritage our own on this side of the Atlantic.
20% automatic discount if booking 2 or more classes or if booking any class for 2 or more guests in the same or different households.
You will need to have the dough ready when the class starts—I will send you detailed written and video instructions in advance.
No previous baking experience needed.
1 hour video call plus 1,5 hours resting and baking (approximately)
Once you complete your booking, you will immediately receive a confirmation email for your payment. Within the next 12 hours, you will receive a second email with all the details for your class + Zoom link. Please make sure to include in the notes all your guests' email addresses in case you are booking for more than one student.