Disney Dreamlight Valley Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe | How to Make

There’s plenty of things to do in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Being a life sim and all, it’s no surprise that you’ll have quests and tasks to complete. However, doing these tasks consumes energy, and if you want to replenish that energy, you need to eat something. One of the many things you can eat in the game is Chocolate Ice Cream. Here’s a look at the ingredients you need to make this classic dessert.

How to Make Chocolate Ice Cream in Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Make Chocolate Ice Cream in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Chocolate Ice Cream in Disney Dreamlight Valley is a four-star recipe that requires Cocoa Bean, Milk, Sugarcane, and Slush Ice.

For the Cocoa Beans, you’re going to want to head into either the Glade of Trust or Sunlit Plateau. Cocoa Beans won’t be found in any ofGoofy’s stalls. Instead, you’ll have to forage for them. Head into either one of these biomes and keep your eyes out for trees that have cocoa beans growing on them.

The next thing you need is Sugarcane. To find this, you’re going to head to Dazzle Beach. Once you make it to Dazzle Beach, look for Goofy’s stall and talk to him. He should be selling either Sugarcane as a whole or Sugarcane seeds. If you happen to buy the seeds for Sugarcane, you’ll have to plant and wait for them to mature. It’s recommended that you plant them in the biome you bought them from. This will allow these plants to grow faster than if you planted them in the village.

The last two ingredients can’t be purchased from Goofy’s stalls, nor foraged from any biome. Instead, you’ll have to head to Chez Remy. You can purchase both the Milk and the Ice Slush from Remy’s Pantry in the restaurant. However, if you want to purchase the Ice Slush, you’re going to have to upgrade Chez Remy to its max level. Only then will Ice Slush be available for purchase. Once all the ingredients have been acquired, put them in a pot and receive the recipe, and the Chocolate Ice Cream.

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