These Beautiful Floral Jelly Mooncakes Will Let You Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival With A Twist

These Beautiful Floral Jelly Mooncakes Will Let You Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival With A Twist

ByWei Yin on 16 Sep 2020 Digital Editor

Mid-Autumn Festival 2020 is fast approaching and if you are not a fan of snow skin or traditional mooncakes, here's an option for you!

Palette Jelly, a local online dessert shop specialising in floral jellies and cakes, has just unveiled their new set of osmanthus and goji berry floral jelly mooncakes that will tantalise the tastebuds of those who prefer something lighter.

Read on to find out more!

Floral jelly mooncakes
Photo from @palettejellysg via Instagram

Made using vegan seaweed jelly and painstakingly handcrafted piece by piece to make the flowers look as realistic as possible, these floral jelly mooncakes will surely delight anyone you gift them to.

Individual floral jelly mooncake
Photo from @palettejellysg via Instagram

Since the usual snow skin and traditional mooncakes typically come with a lotus paste filling that can be quite sweet for some, these jellies with osmanthus flowers will taste more refreshing instead and you probably won't be able to stop at just one!

Floral jelly mooncakes in gold box
Photo from @palettejellysg via Instagram


Edible gold flakes are also used in the jelly mooncakes to amp up the luxe factor so these will make great gifts if you are planning to impress someone. 😉 They come packaged in a gold box as well.

Palette Jelly mooncakes packaging
Photo from Palette Jelly

Each box is selling at $65 for six jelly mooncakes but Palette Jelly is having an early bird sale where you can get your box of jelly mooncakes at $55 if you place an order by 20 September 2020. Delivery charges range from $10 - $20 depending on location. All you have to do is send them a message via their Instagram page to enquire or to place your order.

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