Where To Get Halal Mooncake In Singapore, For Muslim Foodies

We've got you covered as the Mid-Autumn Festival approaches
By: Aqilah Najwa Jamaluddin
August 24, 2022

The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of every 8th lunar month of the year. The Mid-Autumn Festival is no doubt a well-known occasion across Asia, especially among Chinese culture. You’ve probably seen individuals holding lit lanterns around throughout the event. 

Once we learned that the Mid-Autumn Harvest will fall on September 10th this year, we knew we had to gear up for mooncake season, too. Traditionally mooncakes pastry comes in circular shaped pastries, loaded with either red bean or lotus jam. The custom of eating mooncakes at this time period represents a family reunion and the full moon. 

But surprisingly, Halal mooncakes are also a sentimental favorite among Singapore‘s Muslim minority. Singapore, as a halal-friendly country, adheres to the most severe compliance and standards with 100% halal certified resources to ensure that their Muslim friends have a pleasant and savoury mooncake experience. 

So, where can you get halal mooncakes in Singapore? Glitz gotchu covered.

Best Halal Mooncake in Singapore

1. Polar Puffs & Cakes

Polar Puffs & Cakes has long been known for its halal fluffy and crispy desserts, however they also serve halal mooncakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival.  You may buy their Pure Lotus and White Lotus baked mooncakes, which are 25% less sugar and trans fats than conventional mooncakes. If you like ice covered mooncake, traditional and delicious flavours like Durian, Double Chocolate, or Brown Sugar Milk Tea are available.

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This charming eatery in Tampines’ central highlands may be recognisable to you. They are well-known for their Leegacy Ice Cream options, as well as their exquisite desserts and waffles, and they have recently added Mooncakes to their menu. Flavours range from Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncakes to Mango Chocolat and Tropical Cheesecake; these offers are unmistakably different from what Mooncakes normally taste like. The thought of ice cream-filled snowskin mooncakes softly melts in your tongue provides more than enough reason to try them.

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3. Mr Bean

Mr Bean is well-known for its tasty, and super iconic, pancakes. But did you realise that they also serve festival mooncakes, though? Dipped White Lotus Paste Mooncake, Baked Assorted Nut Mooncake, Snow Skin Mao Shan Wang Durian (Musang King) Mooncake, and more are among the 5 flavours available. However, costs differ from one mooncake to the next, but don’t worry since pre-ordering mooncakes could save you some dollars.

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4. Swiss Cottage Bakery

Swiss Cottage Bakery is every mooncake lover’s dream, with 9 distinct flavours perfect for both classic and contemporary appetites. How thrilling is that? Their variants include the traditional Lotus, Pandan Lotus with a single egg, Azuki Milk, and Violet Harmony. It contains yam, sweet potato, and other ingredients. Their mooncakes are also not too sugary, which is ideal for health-conscious mooncake fans.

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5. Yu-Ai Confectionery

If you’re not in a hurry to satisfy your mooncake cravings, go to Yu-Ai Confectionery. It is among Singapore’s leading names and is Halal certified by JAKIM. When the Mid-Autumn Festival approaches, they are widely renowned for their mooncakes. Some of Yu-Ai Confectionery’s mooncakes are recognised for being less sugary. Their official website offered a variety of mooncakes, so hurry order one before they sold out. Because their official website does not support online ordering, you can go to Shopee and get them from a vendor.

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6. Duria

You must have guessed from the name that it is yet another Durian cream mooncake. Duria is one of the top producers of durian goods. Having said that, you must sample their mooncake selections. Nothing beats the velvety and thick MSW Durian cream filling in a snow skin mooncake. You may choose between the real MSW Durian taste and the Pandan MSW flavour. However, keep in mind that only some items are Halal-certified. Make sure to double-check before making a purchase. 

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7. Bread Garden

Bread Garden has a vast assortment of halal mooncakes in every delectable taste mixture you can dream of. With flavours spanning from Charcoal Premium Lotus to Lychee Roselia Snow Skin, you’ll be reading their selection for quite some time. Not to add that they have mooncakes for various pricing levels beginning at $10++, so if you’re looking for halal mooncakes on a bargain, run over to their website now. 

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