Thursday, September 19, 2013

Pink Soy Milk Jelly Mooncakes

Today which is also the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese lunar calendar is Mid-Autumn Festival.  It is the second grandest festival after the Spring Festival (better known as Chinese New Year).

Here's wishing all a very Happy Mid-Autumn Festival  -  中秋节快乐!

Recipe adapted from Ann's Tau Huay Jelly Mooncakes sans the filling.


625g unsweetened soy milk
50g raw sugar
2 tsp agar-agar powder
pink colouring

  • Mix all the ingredients in a saucepan, bring to the boil under medium heat while stirring occasionally to avoid milk from sticking to the pan.  Turn off the heat.
  • Pour soy milk into jelly moulds.
  • When cooled place the jelly in the refrigerator to set.


  1. wow wonderful jelly mooncakes looks super delicious :) book marking this will try it for sure :)

  2. Hello Veronica
    These Mooncake Jelly is just the right thing for me with this hot weather this few days! I like the pink colour one. Have a wonderful day and happy Mid-Autumn Festival. Any celebration there?

  3. I like the colour of ur moon cake sweet!

  4. So pretty. Happy Mid-Autumn festival to you.

  5. Very pretty and sweet pink mooncakes. Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you and your family..

  6. They are SO pretty! I love the pink shade that you got too-so delicate. Happy Mid Autumn Festival! :D

  7. 中秋節快樂 to you too! :) Hope you had a wonderful celebration. Your mooncakes jelly is so beautiful. I can eat those all year round for sure and not just for mid-autumn. :) Thank you so much for sharing.

  8. Veronica, your jelly mooncakes are gorgeous! I think I would prefer these to the traditional ones :)

  9. Hi Veronica, must try making jelly mooncakes. They are so lovely.


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