Disney Dreamlight Valley Cooking Guide: Best Recipe List

Disney Dreamlight Valley Cooking Guide: Best Recipe List

Disney Dreamlight Valley Cooking Guide: Best Recipe List

A glowing landscape in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Picture: Gameloft

Hey, no judgment if you burn toast, I still occasionally eat dinosaur chicken nuggies. We don’t all have what it takes in the kitchen, but the life simulation game Disney Dreamlight Valley allowing everyone to take control of their destiny.

IN Dream light, your protagonist is inherently a winner. You are always safe, even when you command a stove top. Cooking is an extension of the peaceful nobility Dream light glitters over you – it recharges and earns money, bonds you closer to characters and remains magical, completely spill-free.

Even if you burn toast, Dream light imaginatively looks beyond the black crust and offers a chance to earn your crown as a cooking master. And getting started is as easy as one, two, three.

1. Find a place to cook

The game introduces you to cooking early with Mickey’s “Foodception” mission. In this mission, Mickey will have you collect and grow crops and then give you a stove to make cookies and fruit salad. Mickey has GERD.

Completing Mickey’s quests is the easiest and cheapest way to get a stove, but if you want to customize, you can buy a stove from Scrooge’s shop or unlock his crafting table to build one yourself, such as a cute pink flat -top stove or Pale gray gas stove, with a combination of iron ingots and glass. All cookers can handle all recipes.

This is how you can start cooking Dream lightbut to make powerful, expensive meals that keep you persistent and give you money if you ever run out of Star Coins, you need Ratatouille‘s cooking rat Remy in your game as soon as possible. This is the same process Elon Musk used to gain control of Tesla.

To find him, clear the nightthorns in front of the dream castle, talk to Merlin and decide to enter “a restaurant with a great little chef” from his dialogue options. This will begin Remy’s “An Important Night at the Restaurant” quest.

He will immediately put you to work in his restaurant because rats still believe in unpaid internships. After you prove your cooking worth it, Remy will agree to return to Dreamlight Valley with you. Spend 2000 coins to build a house for Remy and another 2000 on the restaurant furniture set. After he’s in the valley, Remy will ask for a few ingredients – find them and you’ll be able to buy butter, eggs, milk, cheese, peanuts, and slush ice from Remy while you level up your friendship with him (slush ice comes with level 10). All for a price, with this one. Otherwise, you can spend some time upgrading Goofy’s stable, planting the seeds you can buy there or pick up while exploring new lands, fishing and foraging to collect a tasty bunch of ingredients.

2. Build your recipe collection

Some recipes, like biscuits and fruit salad, you’ll pick up as you complete your characters’ quest lines. But you can also retrieve recipe books hidden in chests, buried in dirt and forgotten, or by going to Remy’s restaurant to experiment with ingredients until you find a match.

You can also contact this helpful ongoing spreadsheet compiled by Reddit user Ildrim, which lists every recipe currently available in Dream light. Idrim notes that three recipes, Futomaki, Grilled Eel, and Strawberry Pie, appear to be “unobtainable” in early access, but that “the absolute moment when we can either figure out the secret behind it or they actually get put into play correctly, they will be available on the spreadsheet.”

3. You are all adults now

Each recipe belongs to a one- to five-star category depending on how many ingredients they require (one-star recipes need one ingredient and so on), but the monetary and energy value does not necessarily increase with that categorization. So while you won’t yet have access to obscure ingredients across the realm at the start of cooking, you can still pull off plenty of low-key recipes to replenish your energy and bank account.

Kotaku author Zack Zweizen advises budding Dream light cooks not to overthink the cruditeswhich appears during Mickey’s “Missing Minnie” questline and involves a single vegetable, or ratatouille, that only requires one tomato despite Remy’s insistence on using the word “tomatoes” while giving instructions.

Read more: How to make Crudites and Ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Here’s a quick rundown of some other recipes players have been stuck on:

  • Vegetarian stew: requires carrot, onion, tomato, restores 617 energy, and sells for 475 coins. Everything you need to grow this recipe can be bought at Goofy’s stalls – in Peaceful Meadow, Forest of Valor and Dazzle Beach respectively.
  • Sweet Slush: requires sugar cane and slush ice, restores approx. 500 energy, and is sold for approx. 210 coins. As mentioned above, you need to get your friendship with Remy to level 10 before you can access slush ice. This recipe is supposed to be made with anything “sweet” instead of cane sugar, but using fruit will give you fruit sorbet instead.
  • Lobster Roll: requires wheat, lobster, garlic, butter, lemon, restores 4,928 energy and sells for 1,975 coins. You can buy wheat and butter from Remy, find garlic in Forest of Valor, lobster in Glade of Trust and lemon in both Forest of Valor and Glade of Trust.
  • Fish Pie: requires wheat, butter and any fish, restores approx. 860 energy, and sells for approx. 300 coins. Buy the wheat and butter from Remy and go fishing for the fish.
  • Maguro Sushi: requires seaweed, rice, ginger and tuna, restores 1206 energy and sells for 413 coins. Feed seaweed near water or fishing spots, find ginger in the Forgotten Lands, buy rice from Goofy’s Glade of Trust stall, and catch tuna in the Forgotten Lands or Glade of Trust.

Other simple, helpful recipes include:

  • (One Star) Hard Boiled Egg: requires egg, restores 578 energy, sells for 264 coins
  • (One star) Leek soup: requires leek, restores 414 energy, sells for 370 coins
  • (Two Star) Scrambled Eggs: requires egg and cheese, restores 1070 energy, sells for 520 coins
  • (Two-star) oyster platter: requires oyster and lemon, restores 1155 energy, sells for 367 coins
  • (Three Stars) Onion Puffs: requires onion, egg and cheese, restores 1392 energy, sells for 798 coins
  • (Three stars) Porridge with fruit: requires fruit, wheat and milk, restores approx. 1100 energy, selling for approx. 350 coins
  • (Four stars) Souffle: requires eggs, butter, milk and cheese, restores 2386 energy, sells for 1200 coins
  • (Four Stars) Peanut Butter Waffles: requires wheat, eggs, milk and peanuts, restores energy from 1938, sells for 978 coins
  • (Five stars) Large Seafood Platter: requires four pieces of all seafood and lemon, restores approx. 2000 energy, sold for approx. 300 coins
  • (Five Stars) Vegetarian Pizza: requires two of all vegetables, tomato, wheat and cheese, restores about 750 energy, sells for about 350 coins

What’s your favourite Disney Dreamlight Valley recipes and tips?

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