2012-09-06

Doraemon mooncakes 2012

I have got my first mooncakes this year. It is a set of 4 Doraemon moon cakes from Bisgood Bakery.
It comes with a very  girly Doraemon bag. My brother bought it for my two daughters. Thank you, brother.
The 4 flavours are pandan paste lotus with yolk, plain lotus paste, chocolate with almond, and black sesame paste. 
I let my two girls bring mooncakes as their snack to school these 2 days. They like the plain lotus paste and chocolate flavour only.

Though it stated at the packing with low sugar, I still find it a bit too sweet for my liking. May be Bisgood made the mooncakes to suit children's taste bud.

102 comments:

  1. wow!! doraemon mooncake!! hahahahaha, i think everyone must be thinking of me when they see this!! :D

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    1. oh, this is from Bisgood Bakery?? i thought only available in Mid Valley because of the name 谷城..

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    2. but one thing i must tell lah.. i've never bought those doraemon cake lor.. hahaha, too cute to be eaten right?? the baked ones not so cute, you have to see those snow skin, OMG, how can you eat doraemon right i mean~~ :p

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    3. and this year they give this girly bag ah?? yucks, last year one is the tissue box, it was way nicer.. or maybe to girls this bag is cute lah, not an uncle like me~~ :D

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    4. SK, my brother is working in KL one.

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    5. now mooncake is getting very expensive..
      I see those Tai Thong mooncake are selling RM16/pc
      crazy...

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    6. I seldom buy branded mooncakes, I bought our local bakery shop mooncakes only. I am not as rich as SP le!

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    7. Don't tipu us here, SK. You had Doraemon cake in HK recently - how can you eat Doraemon, you avid Doraemon fan?

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    8. hahaha....true true...I see the title straight thought of SK :p

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    9. If the mooncake shaped like Doraemon lagi cool!

      I got some last year. Soembody gave to me.

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  2. What a nice and good brother you have! He has a big and kind heart!

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    1. Hi,

      Able to ask your brother to help me nuy the Doraemon and hello kitty mooncake??

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  3. I think SK better don't eat so much mooncakes! So fattening!

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    1. i don't really fancy mooncake one lah.. so sweet and fattening and very "jelak" one.. i think i've not eaten any mooncake last year also~~

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    2. Anyone gives you nutty ones, just mail to me okay!!!! Thank you SK!

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    3. Hehehe! I like moon cake with yolks, but I can't afford to eat a lot too.

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    4. try those white lotus with less sugar contents..
      of course after eat mooncake you must drink some chinese tea.. it is perfect combination..

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    5. After consuming those mooncakes, the body shape also slowly tuns into mooncake :p

      Same here, I can't take much mooncake because I still find it sweet despite the low-sugar pro-claimed content.

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    6. LOL..me also not really keen on mooncake. Only likes the red bean with kuaci.

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    7. Even those less sugar one is still pretty sweet la

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    8. Me so very not healthy.

      I can wallop one whole mooncake in one go! xD

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    9. Lina, I also can wallop whole mooncake while sipping lovely Oolong Tea.

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    10. I tak reti drink oolong tea. Green tea saja for me. ^^

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    11. I also like drinking green tea with mooncakes.

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  4. I wonder whether Doraemon enjoyed moon cakes in his cartoons?

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    1. doraemon only likes dorayaki ドラ焼き~~ :p

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    2. Yeah I ate that Dorayaki in Japan, it was nice!!

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    3. Aunty never try Dorayaki before. So outdated ho?

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    4. I had Dorayaki before, but I don't find it yummy. Maybe Dorayaki in Japan nicer?

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    5. That Dorayaki I ate was fresh from oven like 30 mins, so the smell of freshly baked flour and eggs was there!

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    6. This reminded me of Doraemon ningyo-yaki. Doraemon & friends shape red-bean or custard cakes.

      I always get them when we went to Japan for souvenirs but how come I forgot to give some to SK ah? Bad lah me! LOL

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  5. I like the moon cakes that have nuts, seeds and dried fruits which most people disliked. Am I weird?

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    1. yes, you are Anay!! in fact i think those are only for the old people's taste, hahahaha!! :D

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    2. SK you CCB Mulut. Punch your nose! BOKKKK!!!!

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    3. is true.. my OLD father like that too.
      when I buy mooncake for my dad..
      he only request for the MIX nuts..

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    4. True la! Tan Sri. In my house, only my dad likes this type of grains and nuts moon cakes. Why your taste bud like granny only?

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    5. I don't deny that I am old man but surely got young fellas do eat the nutty ones. Maybe I am nuts!!!

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    6. TM,
      I like that too!
      My hubby (who is a bit younger than me, doesn't)
      So does that mean I have old people taste too? NOOOOO!!!!!

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    7. Lina, you are truly my best friend!! I could not find anyone else who eat this nutty moon cakes besides my old mother. No wonder this nuts moon cake always slash harga runtuh first!

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    8. My hubby always just pass them to me to finish! LOL

      If got harga runtuh anywhere, and its Halal, inform me. OK? ;p

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    9. I can't deny many young people like you 2 like those mixed nuts mooncakes.

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  6. That;s a very cute mooncake. So thoughful of your brother. I don't like mooncake too coz they are always very sweet even they labelled as less sweet.

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    1. I like moon cake, especially those snow skin one.

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  7. when it comes to mooncake, i don't eat much lah.. i prefer those plain type like lotus and red bean paste.. i don't like the egg yolk ones..

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    1. in fact lotus paste is more expensive in terms of cost than the egg yolk.. but then those mooncakes with yolks are selling at higher price!! strange yeah??

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    2. and then i also find those "creative" snow skin mooncake very interesting.. every year there will be new flavor, and can see the chef's creativity in making different combinations..

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    3. yes me too..
      I like the plain white lotus and the shanghai mooncake..
      the rest not interested..

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    4. I like snow skin and jelly mooncakes the most, and I like yolks.

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    5. I prefer plain lotus paste and snow skin version. No yolk for me, please. And I'm not very adventurous, wouldn't dare to try for more extreme flavour.

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    6. Snow skin ones taste like foreskins!! Muahahahahahahaha!

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    7. You pernah taste foreskin? Whose? ;p

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    8. lol on lina...
      do you think all the Th language and make up is for what?
      he tasted lots of lots of foreskin.. kakakaka

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  8. I think it is a sales marketing for making doraemon mooncake..
    cakes will love it..

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    1. SP Sohaiii today.... Cakes will love it? LOL

      Your own post got Pisang Goreng and Goreng Pisang!!! Kekekeke

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    2. lol TM. You didn't mention, I also didn't notice.

      SP, apa itu? Cakes will love it?

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    3. Now I believe TM really scored A for his BM in SPM. He even noticed pisang goreng and goreng pisang!!

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  9. I think in KL we have Hello Kitty Mooncakes...
    all the kids ask their parents to buy it...

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    1. Hello Kitty mooncakes will be girls' favourite.

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  10. Now got all sort of mooncakes . But what i like about mooncakes is their box/containers. each year they have very good idea one. There was one year the box converted to lantern. Then recently Wenn posted about converted to tissue box

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    1. I like those mooncakes containers which have small drawers one. I like to use them to keep my girls' hair ties and hair clips.

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  11. The bag is nice! It would be a lot nicer if it's Hello Kitty. You know la, Doraemon is not girls' favourite~

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    1. But I think my girl wouldn't mind at all, as long as there's goodie for her, kekeke~

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    2. My girls are sharing the bag now.

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  12. oh I would like to have mooncake too... maybe i should visit china town here in Manila to have a taste of authentic chinese mooncake :)

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  13. Very cute mooncake, with nice little bag too.

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    1. I find it very cute and nice, like those bowling bags.

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  14. I think they also got hello kitty version... not sure.. but this year I will make my own mooncake.. hehe..

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    1. I heard that too. I have yet to see one.

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  15. How cute! Comes with a cute bag. And very thoughtful of your brother. :)

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    1. Thanks Carolyn for your kind words.

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  16. Although I really love Doraemon but I don't wana eat him la.ahahhahaha

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    1. Too cute to eat it, right Yee Ling?

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  17. Come with such a cute bag! Can't resist , must buy for my daughter!

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    1. Hahaha! Go go and buy Choi Yen.

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    2. Choi Yen, thanks for dropping by and your support.

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  18. Wow such a cute mooncake...i think a lot of kids will be pestering their parents for it!

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    1. Yes, you are right. Wait till your Kenji is older. He will do that too when see Doraemon mooncakes.

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  19. this year i have yet to eat any mooncake, hehehe..this is so nice that come with cute bag.

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    1. Sonia, do you intend to bake any mooncake this year?

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  20. I havent buy any mooncakes! Gonna go buy some soon, hehe ;)
    The bags are cute!

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    1. I also want to buy mooncake for PIL too.

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    1. I think Ashley will like Hello Kitty bag more.

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  22. I am not a fan of mooncakes that are too sweet but I would buy it for the cute packaging and lovely bag! :p

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    1. Thanks for dropping by rainbowry.

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  23. Hard to find low sugar mooncake nowadays unless you make it yourself! I havent got time to go mooncake hunting this year! Lol!

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  24. Very smart of the bakery to use a popular cartoon character to lure kids :D BTW, where's this bakery?

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  25. Aww....the bag is so cute! I wanna get one too.

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  26. cute bags and the cakes sound divine!

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  27. wow, so cute! with the bag, somemore!
    moonies are always way too sweet to my liking
    last yr i made some batches, hope this yr i can too :)

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  28. This is something new, cute and definitely a good way too promote the mooncakes!

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  29. Sorry Bananaz is conservative and little 'old horse' prefers the traditional moon cakes cant agree to modernization with all those latest styles & flavors, just love all traditional moon cakes especially the nutty ones.

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  30. i saw a lot of people queueing for this and kitty mooncakes at mid valley. looks so cute eh! :)

    Latest: Bird's Nest Mooncake: Best of The Year!

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  31. Hi Yan, WHAT? Already mooncakes month? Holy Smoke! Being in Canada we lose touch all these.
    I love mooncakes, but will only eat the ones with mixed nuts, no eggs.
    You have fun....enjoy the mooncakes.
    Lee.

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  32. i never tried any choc mooncakes before, i think i still like the traditional ones especially the mixed nuts.

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  33. Very cute! I see this Doraemon and Hello Kitty mooncakes almost everywhere (in malls)... tempted to buy the Hello Kitty one but too stingy haha! I don't really like eating them.

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