3 Kings Day, also known as "Dia De Los Reyes Magos" is celebrated on January 6th and is accompanied by a traditional bread called the "rosca". My wife and I got invited over to Arandas Bakery to look at how the rosca is made and share our love for family and tradition. Ashley wrote a blog on our trip here and shares some of the backgrounds behind this tradition, you can find it here. Mila, as usual, is always around us and didn't want to leave without sweet bread or a piñata! We got to take a rosca home and I have to say that I had not been a fan of past roscas but this has been the freshest one I've ever had and will be at our family table year after year hands down.

We had fun looking and learning how this traditional bread is made and the importance it has to the bakery and the community. Now, more than ever, it's important to preserve our culture and traditions and love how Arandas Bakery is sticking to making these roscas from scratch 

Check out the blog and see our trip to this iconic bakery and maybe you can stop by for yourself and indulge in the aroma of freshly baked sweet bread and other baked goodness!

Do you celebrate Dia De Los Reyes Magos?