If you’re still recovering from the holidays and dropped the ball on getting your Rosca de Reyes, there’s still time to get one.
Rosca de Reyes, or King’s cake, is a circular Mexican bread eaten on January 6 to celebrate Three Kings Day or Epiphany, which is believed to be the day the three wise men visited the infant Jesus.
The round shape symbolizes a crown while the decorative dried fruits acts as its jewels. Baked into the bread is a small figurine of baby Jesus to signify him in hiding.
Here are a few places you can pick up your rosca this weekend:
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Anakaren Bakery Seminary Drive: Roscas will be available on Saturday starting at 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. for pickup.
2501 W Seminary Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76115
Esperanza’s Restaurant & Bakery: Esperanza’s will take orders by phone and will have some roscas ready for pickup on a first-come, first-serve basis. It opens at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday.
2122 N Main St., Fort Worth, TX 76164
El Porvenir Panadería: Fresh roscas are available for pickup at 6 a.m. on Saturday.
5031 Wichita St., Fort Worth, TX 76119
Where do you get your Rosca de Reyes? Let us know in the comments.