Biscuits are one of the most versatile pastries out there. While it’s commonly known as a sweet dessert, including in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you can also use them in savory dishes depending on your ingredients. With this in mind, figuring out exactly what three items to use for this recipe is more challenging than you may initially expect. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to make biscuits in Disney Dreamlight Valley.
How to Make Biscuits in Disney Dreamlight Valley
Below is the complete recipe for making biscuits in Disney Dreamlight Valley:
- Wheat: Buy from the Goofy Stall in Peaceful Meadow. If you plant your own, you’ll have to wait one minute for it to finish growing.
- Sugarcane: Buy from the Goofy Stall in Dazzle Beach. If you grow your own, you’ll have to wait seven minutes for the plant to fully mature.
- Butter: Purchase from the Chez Remy pantry for 190 Star Coins.
Once you have all three items, toss them into a cooking pot to make the dish!
Biscuits are one of many foods in Disney Dreamlight Valley that you can make early in your playthrough. With wheat available shortly after entering Peaceful Meadow and Sugarcane purchasable in the following area, butter is the only ingredient that may prove challenging. To gain access to butter, you’ll have to enter the Ratatouille Realm, finish Remy’s initial quests, and invite him to the Valley. Doing this will unlock more quests that lead to you rebuilding the Chez Remy restaurant. If you picked the Ratatouille Realm first, this likely isn’t much of an issue. If you chose another, though, you’d have to save up some Dreamlight before opening the door to this area.
Disney Dreamlight Valley is available to play on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation platforms through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Make Vanilla Ice Cream. If you’d rather see the complete list of every cooking recipe in the game, be sure to read through our Disney Dreamlight Valley Cooking Guide.