Gingerbread House Disney Dreamlight Valley

The Disney Dreamlight Valley Gingerbread House is one of recipes added in the winter holiday update. You can eat it, but you can also place it somewhere as a decoration, if you prefer. The catch, of course, is that you have to figure out which ingredients you need to make the Gingerbread House. That’s what we’ll be talking about in this guide, and we’ll also explain how to get each ingredient.

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gingerbread house disney dreamlight valley
Gingerbread House Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley Gingerbread House Recipe

The recipe for the Gingerbread House in Disney Dreamlight Valley requires five unique ingredients, because it’s a five-star dish. You are going to need Wheat, Ginger, Sugarcane, Vanilla and Eggs. Well, one Egg, but you understand what I mean. If you’re relatively new to the game, you might not know where to find these ingredients. So, let’s get into that. You can buy wheat seeds in the Peaceful Meadow. Plant them, and they’ll be ready for harvest in like a minute. Or you can buy it readily from Goofy’s Stall in that biome. As for Ginger, you can find it as a wild plant growing in the Forgotten Lands. Sugarcane is the same as Wheat, just in Dazzle Beach. It grows in seven-ish minutes.

The next ingredient in the Disney Dreamlight Valley Gingerbread House recipe are the Eggs. You can purchase them from the pantry in Remy’s restaurant, Chez Remy. They cost 220 Coins. Last, but not least, we need Vanilla. Much like Ginger, you can find it growing as a wild plant in Sunlit Plateau. Once you have all the ingredients, head over to any cooking station and plop them in. That’s all there is to it. By the way, the Gingerbread House is just one of many winter holiday foods and drinks that you can make. For the full list of them, check out our Disney Dreamlight Valley Christmas Recipes guide, or the separate Fruitcake and Boba Tea guides.

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