Although its origin is Moorish, we have always remembered these sweet potato stuffed cascas at home.
In our imagination, there was no Christmas Eve without casca and it was the expected sweet. At least until the arrival of the roscón (of French origin) well into the 60s and 70s.
The casca was always given individually from godparents to godchildren as a custom and the following popular song was sung:
Senyor Rei, ja estic ací,
porte’m casques per a mi,
Les garrofes i la palla,
per al seu (senyor) rossí…