Moon cakes are traditional Han snacks that are well-known for their traditional Chinese food. They are traditional festival specialties enjoyed by the Chinese people and are a must-eat item on the day of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Ancient mooncakes were eaten as a sacrifice on the Mid-Autumn Festival. It is said that the custom of eating moon cakes during the Mid-Autumn Festival began in the Tang Dynasty. At the time of the Northern Song Dynasty, it became popular in the court, but it also spread to the people. The shape and shape of the moon cake was round and round. It was also shared by family members. Therefore, it symbolized reunion and jealousy. At that time, it was commonly known as “little cake” and “monthly group”. From the Ming Dynasty to the Ming Dynasty, it became a common eating habit for all people. Today, there are more varieties and different flavors. Among them, the Cantonese, Chinese, Jing, Su, and Chao style moon cakes are widely eaten by people from all over China.