These Galaxy Mooncakes In Singapore Will Make Mid-Autumn Festival 2020 Out Of This World

These Galaxy Mooncakes In Singapore Will Make Mid-Autumn Festival 2020 Out Of This World

Lifestyle Food
By Rachel on 07 Sep 2020
Senior Digital Editor

Mid-Autumn Festival season is here, and with each year comes more and more novel mooncake flavours, as bakeries and restaurants attempt to stand out from each other. Quirky filings aside, there are also unique galaxy-themed mooncakes in Singapore now which look more like glass cakes than anything.

Don’t be too quick to brush these off as a mere gimmick, because they still retain the original lotus paste base of traditional mooncakes - albeit tweaked to cater to modern taste buds. There are 5 flavours in total and you can get them from Singaporean baker RachelRax.

Read on to find out more about the Galaxy Mooncakes by RachelRax in Singapore!

Galaxy Mooncakes Singapore 2020Photo from RachelRax

The Galaxy Mooncakes by RachelRax come in box sets of 4 assorted flavours all with lotus paste baes, namely:

 

  • Lotus with Salted Egg
  • Honey Purple Sweet Potato Lotus with Taro
  • Yuzu Lotus with Lemon Curd
  • Black Sesame Lotus with White Sesame Peanut

Galaxy Mooncakes Singapore 2020Photo from RachelRax

Each carefully crafted confection will be both a treat for the eyes and the palate, and their glossy, marbled appearance makes them especially ideal for gifts.

Galaxy Mooncakes Singapore 2020Photo from RachelRax

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The Salted Egg one in particular appears to have a molten lava centre.

Get these at $68 for a box of 4 Standard mooncakes, or $72 for a box of 8 Mini mooncakes.

Galaxy Mooncakes Mao Shan Wang Durian Singapore 2020Photo from RachelRax

Durian lovers can go for the Mao Shan Wang version in swirls of cream and navy blue. These are made of 100% MSW puree so you’ll truly be getting what you’re paying for. Get them at $78 and $82 for Standard and Mini box sets respectively.

Galaxy Mooncakes Mao Shan Wang Durian Singapore 2020Photo from RachelRax

These Galaxy Mooncakes are something worth trying if you’re an adventurous foodie who appreciates “edible art”. Get them on RachelRax’s website here.

Read our other articles on mooncakes you can get in Singapore in 2020:

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