Traditional Chinese Mooncakes Filling with Mooncake Paste and Salted Egg Yolk

Regular price $48.00 USD
Sale price $48.00 USD Regular price
Handmade traditional Chinese Mooncakes. 12 count assorted pack.
Mooncake is an all-time favorite among the Chinese, particularly during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
A mooncake is a Chinese bakery product traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. The festival is about lunar appreciation and moon watching, and mooncakes are regarded as a delicacy. Mooncakes are offered between friends or at family gatherings while celebrating the festival. 
Please Note: 
The gift box is not included in this listing. 
100g mooncake contains salted egg yolk.
50g mooncake does NOT contain salted egg yolk.  
The assorted option contains random flavors.
Ingredients: Crust: Flour, Honey, Peanut Oil, Lye Water; Fillings: Mooncake Paste (Sugar, White Bean, Water, Soybean oil, Lotus seed/Taro/Black Sesame/Mung Bean/Date/Winter Melon/Ube/Red Bean/Pineapple/Chestnut, Peanut oil, Maltitol Modified Starch (Corn Starch, Potato Starch), Sulfur Dioxide (Ingredients derived from sugar).
Allergy Information: Contains Wheat, Egg, Peanut, Soybean.
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