Disney Dreamlight Valley Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies | How to Make

Disney Dreamlight Valley Minnie's Gingerbread Cookies - How to Make

While the holiday season may seem far away, it is always Christmas in Disney Dreamlight Valley! The new recipes from the Missions in Uncharted Space update are numerous, and we are still discovering more every day. It’s never too late to share some gingerbread, after all! Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies are a delicacy in Disney Dreamlight Valley, one that you should learn to cook as soon as possible. Minnie’s cookies are a friendship-building machines! So, let’s talk to Remy and get the oven roaring.

How to Make Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies in Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Make Minnie's Gingerbread Cookies in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies are a two-star Recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley, meaning they only require two ingredients to produce. The two ingredients are Ginger and Wheat, which are not necessarily the easiest to get. Wheat is from Goofy’s Stall in the Peaceful Meadow and can be grown in that region. Ginger must be foraged from the Forgotten Lands, which will cost quite a bit of Dreamlight to reach, and cannot currently be farmed.

Ginger is the hardest ingredient to get here, and it’s by a huge margin. Foraging in Disney Dreamlight Valley is quite annoying. Get used to trumping through the Forgotten Lands before tucking away into a building. You will need to spend some time between journeys if you need to farm a lot of this resource. Thankfully, you only need one ginger per cookie.

Wheat is significantly easier. You will want to start a Wheat Farm in Peaceful Meadows. The denizens of Disney Dreamlight Valley tend to really like bread products.

Once you have these recipes, you can cook them in a pot with one Coal to make the cookies. These are commonly adored by most of the Disney cast and will be a quick way into the hearts of many of the cast. You can alternatively save them for yourself, though the Ginger is often not worth the amount of energy you regain. We have always saved them for friendship, and used more common food for energy generation. It does make a tasty profit, though, if you’re looking for a quick buck!

Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.