Disney Dreamlight Valley has some incredible five-star meals. But, to be honest, gathering all the materials can be a chore, especially when we know we’d fail miserably in real life. That’s why some of the best dishes are simple one- to two-star dishes that are easy to prepare but still provide loads of energy. And when it comes to breakfast, Scrambled Eggs are a go-to choice for a dish that crosses off both those boxes. Keep on reading to find out how to make scrambled eggs in Disney Dreamlight Valley.
How to Make Scrambled Eggs in Disney Dreamlight Valley
The Scrambled Eggs recipe in Disney Dreamlight Valley calls for one part egg and one part cheese. That’s all there is to it. You can buy both these ingredients at Chef Remy’s restaurant. The cheese will cost 180 Star Coins, and the Eggs will cost 220 Star Coins, for a grand total of 400 Star Coins. It’s not a bad deal for a dish that can be prepared on the spot.
But, after all, we’re looking for a low-cost high-energy dish, and scrambled eggs provide over 1,000 energy. So, effectively, this recipe is a single meal that can fully replenish your stamina bar. However, on top of providing a lot of energy, this dish can also be slightly profitable. The ingredients for the dish at Remy’s Restaurant cost a total of 400 Star Coins. However, you can sell the dish for 520 Star Coins. So, effectively you could just mass produce and sell the dish to consistently make 120 Star Coins each time.
Keep in mind that it’s a time-consuming process for something that isn’t hugely profitable. Still, if you need some pocket change, it’s good to have it in your back pocket. The highlight is without a doubt energy that Scrambled Eggs provide. If you want to get fancy, you can also add some basil or garlic to the dish. This will still produce Scrambled Eggs, but with a bit more flavor. Add Milk to the Scrambled Egg equation, and you’ll get an omelet!
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Riley Fonger is a Calgary-based freelance writer. He is currently studying Journalism and Public Relations at Mount Royal University. Riley has been a sports and video game enthusiast since he was a child. If he isn't writing, he is most likely competing in an FPS game or in a pick-up game with his friends.