The Moon Bunnies Mooncake DIY Kit from Singapore based Gobblin is an easy and fun activity you can do at home with the kids.
Adults will have a lot of fun too!
The kit comes with everything you need ingredients, packaging and tools.
No baking is required and all you need to do is to add water.
You get a handy illustrated sheet with step by step instructions that take you from mixing the flour, to preparing the dough, and finally kneading it into a bunny shape.
Follow the steps as laid out and you won't go wrong.
The instruction sheet is placed under the included place mat during the activity so you can reference it easily.
There's also an instruction video which you can view online.
The Moon Bunnies come in five different colors:
The mooncake flour starts off white but add water and stir and you'll soon start to see the flour turn into one of the five colors.
You can make 3 x 65g of bunny mooncakes filled with premium lotus paste in every box.
Considering how fuss free everything was, we honestly weren't expecting too much in terms of taste.
But we were pleasantly surprised that the mooncakes actually tasted quite good!
The skin of the Bunnies Mooncake really does taste like the snowskin ones you buy outside.
Needless to say, the kids polished off everything.
There's also just something satisfying about eating food you've prepared yourself!
Each DIY kit costs $28.
Order directly from Gobblin here.
You can also order from KKday and get $1 off ($27).
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