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Baby Yoda Bread You Can Order at Home

A restaurant in Mexico City developed the famous dish, but with The Mandalorian theme.

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.
  • The is a bread whose origins date back to the seventeenth century in with the "bean cake".
  • The offers other dishes and craft beers with other types of themes such as characters from “The Corpse of the Bride”, “The Simpsons” and the universe.

Mexican ingenuity never ceases to amaze us and the fact is that now the Kraneo restaurant, located in , has baked a rosca that brings “ Baby Yoda ” inside. The bread is inspired by the little character from The Mandalorian series and is called "galactic ".

Kraneo Food vía Facebook

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The Rosca de Reyes is a bread whose origins date back to the seventeenth century in France with the "bean cake". In the European country a great cake was cooked and a bean was hidden, the person who found it was named the “King of the bean”. This tradition reached and later to Mexico.

So before being a plastic child it was a bean and now it will be a "Baby Yoda" what we find in our thread. “From a distant galaxy will come a new release at @Kranel food. Hope lives on, we are one with the force ”, announced the business on its social networks.

The restaurant offers other dishes and craft beers with other types of themes such as characters from “The Corpse of the Bride”, “The Simpsons” and the DC Comics universe.