Jello mooncakes and more innovations cater to special groups

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 10 September, 2019
By: Natalie Tso

Jello mooncakes

Jello mooncakes[/caption] Taiwan celebrates the Moon Festival on Friday. Mooncakes are one of the specialties enjoyed during this holiday. This year, Taiwan has come out with innovative jello mooncakes for the elderly and other creative innovations on the traditional cake.  

These jello mooncakes are perfect for the elderly who have trouble biting solid food. Mr. Lee enjoyed his and says it melts in your mouth.

Traditional mooncakes are harder to bite into and can stick to your teeth.  Kaohsiung’s Siaogang hospital made the jello mooncakes with freshly made dragon fruit juice. They mixed in rice, sugar and gelatin and poured the mix into molds to create these refreshing jello mooncakes.

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