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[Costco] King's Pastry Full Moon Mooncakes $12.88 (double yoke and assorted)

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[Costco] King's Pastry Full Moon Mooncakes $12.88 (double yoke and assorted)

Looks like super early this year. $12.88.

No this isn't Wing Wah nor Mei Sum (Mei-xin) so for those used to these luxury brands, save your breathe trying to compare those to these)

Why are these better value than other value Mooncakes?
First ingredient is lotus seed paste.... Many others use potato flour as filler bc lotus seed paste is expensive and is what gives Mooncake its distinctive taste and smooth texture

It says imported by, but not where its imported from.

Regardless, Costco's track record pretty good when it comes to Mooncakes

Or wait till the festival is over and try to snipe them on clearance haha

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Last edited by Wizard1 on Aug 14th, 2020 7:13 pm, edited 7 times in total.
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Delicious fatty lotus seed paste with egg York. Eaten by mostly asians during moon festival.
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Normal size about the size of an adult palm.
4 per pack.
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780 calories per cake .... I like that
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always go for the double yolk others are not as good lol
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The thing that jump out to me was the 53g of sugar in one cake...
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I think this is the first time Costco is carrying the variety pack. Good for someone wants to try different paste like red beans. Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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I saw them at Leaside location last week and though it was strangely early this year too
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stephroll wrote: 780 calories per cake .... I like that
You don't eat the whole thing at once. You usually cut them up in 1/8ths and eat like 2-3 pieces at a time.
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anyone seen these in calgary? i only saw the 6 pack version, not these assorted ones.

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