Mooncakes (月饼) are baked round pastries, traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋節). There are…
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Err, yes, my mooncake “craze” is not over yet! :p
These are cute deco snowskin mooncakes, dressed up in Donald and Daisy Duck, Tsum Tsum style. They are also made bite sized, which are really great for toddlers.
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Snowskin mooncakes can very well be the kiddos’ favourite during this festive season. They are soft, cold, chewy, and sweet!
Most of the mooncake fillings can be quite sweet, mostly using lotus paste or red bean paste.
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I remember bookmarking this homemade mung bean filling recipe for quite a while, so I thought of just trying it out, since I have not tried making mung bean filling before.
I didn’t think that it would be easier than I thought! You can definitely try this mung bean filling recipe if you are looking for something “healthier”, since you can control the amount of oil and sugar that goes into cooking the filling.
Sorry that I forgot to take photos of the cut mooncakes. The filling has this nice coconut scent, probably from the oil and the sugar I’ve used. The paste also turned out brownish in color.
You can use normal cooking oil and caster sugar for a lighter taste and color, which we are all more familiar with.