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2020 Latest Delicious & Cute Mooncake Delivery KL

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Eat Cake Today mooncake 2020

Mid-autumn festival is celebrated every 15th of the eighth month according to the Chinese calendar. The fun part of this celebration is not just hanging lantern and moon-viewing, but having a delicious mooncake is also important. Mooncake is a chinese pastry that symbolizes reunion. Eat Cake Today reunites everyone with our best mooncakes in KL. Here is our mooncake 2020 collection:

  1. 6 pieces of Assorted Snowy Mooncake (New Arrival)

    One of the most favourable festive snacks is the snow skin mooncake. Our snow skin mooncake is simply colourful and attractive. With the stretchy and soft texture, it melts in your mouth immediately. Besides, it has more than one flavour which are Pu Er, Pandan Gula Melaka, Black Sesame, Yam, White Lotus and Lotus. The glorious packaging makes the mooncake the best gift to your clients, customers or relatives.

  2. 8 pieces of Gold Fish Jelly Mooncake (New Arrival)

    Surprise your family with the wibbly wobbly Gold Fish Jelly Mooncake. The aromatic pandan flavoured jelly mooncake will make you want to have more. Now you have no worries about being unable to finish the mooncake because it is too delicious and refreshing. Best eaten chilled with a pot of freshly brewed tea.

  3. 4 Pieces of Kek Lapis Mooncake (New Arrival)

    Have you ever thought that mooncake can be taken to the next level? Well here we have a creative combination of the traditional Indonesia Kek Lapis and Chinese Snow Skin Mooncake. The Kek Lapis Mooncake comes in one set that consists of 4 flavours: Original, Belgium Chocolate, Mocha Coffee and Pandan. Share this layered happiness with your family and friends during the celebration.

  4. 2 Boxes of Assorted Mooncakes (New Arrival)

    Spread the mid-autumn joy by getting assorted mooncakes and pastries. You can have 8 different sweet treats with three different flavours of traditional mooncakes: pu er, yolk lotus paste, honey purple potato with brown sugar mochi and the Shanghai mooncake. Also, we have pineapple tarts, cheesecake snow skin mooncakes and Madeleine in it. Let’s extend the blessing with this assorted mooncakes!

  5. Assorted Traditional and Snow Skin Mooncake Set (New Arrival)

    Mooncake shouldn’t be left out during moon-viewing. Thus, get our Assorted Traditional and Snow Skin Mooncake Set for your mid-autumn celebration. The traditional mooncake flavours included yolk lotus paste, pu er, honey purple potato come with brown sugar mochi in the middle and shanghai mooncake. All come in mini sizes. A top up for durian lovers, there are two pieces of Musang King Snow Skin mooncakes and two pieces of Musang King Mochi. With the nice packaging, it makes the best gift for mid-autumn celebration.

  6. 24 pieces of Osmanthus Jelly Mooncake

    Searching for something healthy and different from the traditional mooncake? Here we have the Osmanthus Jelly Mooncake. It is less sugar and chilling with the embedded flower fragrance in it. The goji berries and longan add on to the chewiness of the jelly mooncake.The best dessert for moon-viewing that pleased everyone.

  7. Box of 12 Bunnies With Moon Macarons

    As everyone knows, the Jade Rabbit who lives on the moon is also the main character of the Mid-Autumn festival. Enough of the mooncakes? Then get our Jade Rabbit inspired Macarons. It is sandwiched with vanilla buttercream and the sweetness is just nice. The perfect sweet treat and gift for this upcoming festival.

As Mid-autumn festival is just around the corner, why not order your mooncake online? The exciting part is Eat Cake Today offers online mooncake delivery to your doorsteps. Now you can get mooncakes near me and you, which is so convenient. Besides, the mooncakes with us are all halal mooncakes as the mooncakes are made of halal ingredients. Find out more about the mid-autumn collection and drop your order in our website: https://www.eatcaketoday.com/collections/mid-autumn-festival-collections

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