Shipping blueberry cheesecake mooncakes?

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pengyou

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I want to make mooncakes according to this recipe. Should it be safe to put in the mail for 2 days - not spoil?

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Ingredients for Filling:

12 half-tsp blueberry jam
200g cream cheese
2 eggs
75g caster sugar
1tsp vanilla
2 tsp cornflour
2 tsp lemon juice

Ingredients for Pastry:

200g plain flour
120ml golden syrup
50ml toasted sesame oil

To Glaze:

1 egg yolk, mixed with a dash of milk
 

dragnlaw

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In the middle of a cold winter - probably.

In the middle of a hot summer - no.

mooncakes or cheesecake - which is it? never heard of a combination of the two.
 

Chief Longwind Of The North

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If put into a heavy Styrofoam shipping box with dry ice, it should be ok. I've had frozen product shipped to me that way in the summer, from Texas, and it arrived in U.P. MI still frozen.

Seeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
 
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