All 5-star meals in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Cooking the best of the best.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley is Disney’s ambitious foray into the open-world genre. With all of the open-world games today, Dreamlight Valley stands out by being true to Disney’s roots, including a lot of the charm of original Disney and Pixar movies. 

The game includes a lot of classic characters from Disney and Pixar that make their appearance in Dreamlight Valley. Each of these characters acts as NPCs who will give you quests to further the story forward. You can increase your friendship level with these characters to unlock various shops, rewards, and even activities.

One of the activities in this game is cooking. Mixing up different ingredients to make a meal is one of the quickest ways to make money in this game. There are certain things you will need to do before you are able to start cooking in the game, however.

Cooking in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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Cooking in Dreamlight Valley is pretty much how cooking works in real life. You find a stove with a pot, you get ingredients, and you cook them together to create your own masterpiece. While not everything you cook might end up being a masterpiece, with over 150 recipes available in the game, it’s not hard to accidentally whip up something that’s edible either.

First off, you will need a stove to cook with. There are three different methods of acquiring a stove in the game:

  • Crafting a stove with raw materials.
  • Purchasing a stove from Scrooge McDuck’s shop after repairing it.
  • Completing the Foodception quest and getting a stove rewarded to you.

Regardless of your chosen method to acquire a stove, once you get it, you can begin cooking. The dishes you cook will vary in quality based on the type of ingredients used. You can go all the way from one-star recipes to five-star recipes, with the increased number of stars denoting how much better the dish will be.

To practice cooking, you can start off with some of the simpler recipes the game has to offer. You will then be rewarded with additional recipes as the game progresses through quest rewards or exploration. While it may be fun to craft a vast number of meals, that is not our purpose here today.

We’re not here to make mediocre dishes, of course, we are here to cook the best of the best the game has to offer. We’re here to cook all of the five-star meals in the game. This includes all of the types of five-star meals the game has. Cooking these to perfection isn’t easy because all five-star meals require five ingredients and some of them are not particularly easy to acquire either.

Five-star meals

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These are the best meals the game has to offer. Consuming them offers the highest restorative amount of any meal in the game. If you choose not to consume them, you can sell them too, since each five-star meal sells for a lucrative price, way above what other meals will sell for.

Five-star meals can be divided into three different types:

  • Appetizers
  • Entrees
  • Desserts

Each type of meal has a different method of preparation and will require different ingredients. We will be listing every meal of each type down below and tell you what ingredients will be needed to craft those meals as well.

Five-star appetizers

Appetizers are entry-level dishes that are easier to make than the rest. Although they are still five-star, the ingredients are relatively easy to acquire compared to the other types of dishes.

There are a total of three different five-star appetizers you can craft in the game.

Arendellian Pickled Herring

  • Requires Garlic, Herb, Herring, Lemon, Onion
  • Sells for 556 coins

Large Seafood Platter

  • Requires Lemon, Seafood, Seafood, Seafood, Seafood
  • Sells for 340 coins

Potato Leek Soup

  • Requires Garlic, Leek, Milk, Onion, Potato
  • Sells for 1400 coins

Five-star entrees

Entrees comprise the main course in the game. As such, they are definitely harder to make than the appetizers with some of the ingredients being quite rare.

There are a total of 12 different five-star entrees you can craft in the game.

Bouillabaise

  • Requires Seafood, Seafood, Shrimp, Tomato, Vegetable
  • Sells for 671 coins

Fish Creole

  • Requires Fish, Garlic, Rice, Tomato, Vegetable
  • Sells for 280 coins

Greek Pizza

  • Requires Cheese, Herb, Onion, Tomato, Wheat
  • Sells for 630 coins

Gumbo

  • Requires Chilli Pepper, Okra, Onion, Shrimp, Tomato
  • Sells for 1000 coins

Lancetfish Paella

  • Requires Lancetfish, Rice, Seafood, Shrimp, Tomato
  • Sells for 1700 coins

Lobster Roll

  • Requires Butter, Garlic, Lemon, Lobster, Wheat
  • Sells for 1900 coins

Mediterranean Salad

  • Requires Cucumber, Lettuce, Onion, Spice, Tomato
  • Sells for 605 coins

Mushu’s Congee

  • Requires Egg, Garlic, Ginger, Mushroom, Rice
  • Sells for 753 coins

Ratatouille

  • Requires Eggplant, Herb, Onion, Tomato, Zucchini
  • Sells for 914 coins

Teriyaki Salmon

  • Requires Ginger, Rice, Salmon, Soya, Sugarcane
  • Sells for 637 coins

Tuna Burger

  • Requires Lemon, Onion, Tuna, Vegetable, Wheat
  • Sells for 491 coins

Vegetarian Pizza

  • Requires Cheese, Tomato, Vegetable, Vegetable, Wheat
  • Sells for 350 coins

Five-star desserts

Desserts solve your sweet-tooth cravings at the end of each meal. These can be easier to craft than the entrees but tougher to craft than the appetizers. A mix of different ingredients can make some of them tricky to cook as well.

There are a total of five different five-star desserts you can craft in the game.

Aurora’s Cake

  • Requires Egg, Milk, Raspberry, Sugarcane, Wheat
  • Sells for 786 coins

Banana Split

  • Requires Banana, Milk, Slush Ice, Sugarcane, Sweet
  • Sells for 714 coins

Birthday Cake

  • Requires Butter, Cocoa Bean, Egg, Sugarcane, Wheat
  • Sells for 749 coins

Pastry Cream and Fruits

  • Requires Fruit, Fruit, Fruit, Milk, Sugarcane
  • Sells for 497 coins

Wedding Cake

  • Requires Butter, Egg, Sugarcane, Vanilla, Wheat
  • Sells for 785 coins

These are all of the five-star meals available in Disney Dreamlight Valley so far. With the game still in early access, it is likely that more recipes are going to be introduced from now till the eventual full release of the game. 

The developers have already indicated that new features will be added to the game, including new multiplayer features that will be integrated into the game in time. But for now, these are all the highest-tier meals in the game. If there are any changes made to the list, we will keep you updated.