A new Disney Dreamlight Valley recipes update lets life game players prepare for Christmas cheer, as Mickey Mouse-themed gingerbread biscuits, inspired by displays at the actual Disneyland, drop into your Dreamlight Valley recipe book and provide a much-needed distraction while you hunt for slush ice and the Remy’s unknown flavour quest.
If you’ve been lucky enough to visit Disneyland this festive season – or if you’ve been in the past – you might have seen the enormous Haunted Mansion gingerbread house display, where the Frozen, Toy Story, and Ratatouille creators construct a seven-foot gingerbread cottage, stocked full of edible, Christmassy treats.
In what might be 2022’s best videogame crossover, part of the real Disneyland display is coming to Dreamlight Valley. As of December 6, the cute Mickey Mouse gingerbread cookies that you get in the real-life resort will be bakeable in DDV, letting you spread some sweet, Christmas cheer to all your favourite princesses, rodent chefs, and toys come to life.
Happy National Cookie Day! 🍪 Did you know the #DisneyDreamlightValley game has over 150 recipes? On Dec. 6, Mickey Gingerbread Cookies can be made in game! It’s inspired by holiday displays and treats you can find at #DisneyParks: https://t.co/THvGg8qIQe #DisneyEats pic.twitter.com/QAjg8XLHRk
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) December 4, 2022
Of course, right now, most Dreamlight players are on the hunt for slush ice, used to make Disney desserts like the banana split and coconut ice cream. The Remy’s unknown flavour quest is also taking priority, as we seek to max out our friendship with the loveable culinary rat. But it’s also the festive season and Christmas is just around the corner, so look forward to the next Dreamlight Valley update, and get yourself ready to make some delicious-looking Mickey Mouse gingerbread.
Check out our Dreamlight Valley beginner’s guide if you’re heading into the life game for the first time, or just want to pick up some tips you might have missed. Dreamlight Valley dream shards are a must-have for completing quests and unlocking Dreamlight itself, and you’ll also want to know how to redeem and use the Disney Dreamlight Valley golden potato code. We don’t know what it does yet, but it’s bound to be important.