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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Make Meringue Pie

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Make Meringue Pie

Meringue Pie is one of the 4-star Dessert Meals in Disney Dreamlight Valley that players will be able to make in the Cooking Activity. It is one of the unknown recipes in the game that players will get to unlock as they progress ahead by completing the Friendship Quests of Remy and experimenting with the newly unlocked ingredients at his restaurant.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to make Meringue Pie in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Ingredients Required for Meringue Pie in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Meringue Pie is a 4-Star Dessert and players will need only 4 following ingredients to make it.

  • 1x Lemon
  • 1x Wheat
  • 1x Egg
  • 1x Butter

Lemon can be harvested from the trees within the Forest of Valor and the Glade of Trust biomes. Wheat can be purchased from Goofy’s Stall for 3 Star Coins in the Peaceful Meadow biome. Lastly, Egg and Butter are purchased from Chez Remy restaurant for 220 Star Coins and 190 Star Coins respectively.  

Making Meringue Pie in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Once you have obtained all of the required ingredients, go to any Cooking Station and access it. Add the ingredients manually by dragging and dropping them into the Cooking Pot or go into the Recipes and select the Meringue Pie Recipe. After that, select the Autofill function to add all of the ingredients and then click on the “Start Cooking” option to cook Meringue Pie. It will consume 1 Coal Ore to cook the Meringue Pie.

Players can choose to eat the Meringue Pie to restore 2,014 Energy, gift it to another villager to increase their Friendship Level, or sell it to Goofy for 667 Star Coins.

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