We wish a wonderful Mid-Autumn Festival to you and your family! To help you celebrate, we have featured these healthy and tasty mooncake recipes from The Bootleg Cook. Give them a try!

The Bootleg Cook

In this post, I’ll be walking you through how I made my modified, healthy homemade mooncakes. I’ll cover how to make the two different types of mooncake skins before explaining how to actually form the mooncakes.  I’ll also show you how to make four different fillings: taro, lotus seed, adzuki bean and minced date with pine nuts (read this post for health benefits).

I will warn you now, though relatively easy to make, the process is time consuming.  Then again, I made four different fillings, so if you stick to one or two, it shouldn’t be too bad at all.  I had a blast making these and hope you do, too!

Delicious Healthy Mooncakes

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Posted by Charles B. Wang Community Health Center

The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center is a nonprofit and federally qualified health center, established in 1971. Our mission is to provide high quality and affordable health care to the undeserved, with a focus on Asian Americans. Our vision is to ensure that everyone has full and equal access to the highest level of health care. Learn more at www.cbwchc.org.

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