The ring-shaped Roscón de Reyes is the traditional cake eaten on January 6 in most Spanish homes. It is filled with whipped cream and always has a surprise present hidden inside which everyone hopes to find in his or her portion (except when this means paying for all or part of the food and drink, as often happens). The giant version of this cake is cut every year at midday in the Plaza del Pilar to mark the end of the Christmas festivities. A glass of hot chocolate comes with your piece of cake, to help you recover from the very probable over-indulgences of the previous few days.
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