Beignets: A Sweet Treat to Power Up Your Dreamlight Valley


Disney Dreamlight Valley lets you live out your Disney dreams, befriending iconic characters, restoring the valley, and of course, indulging in delicious meals. Beignets, a delightful fried pastry dusted with powdered sugar, are a valuable recipe to learn in the game. This guide dives deep into everything you need to know about beignets in Dreamlight Valley, from gathering ingredients to reaping the benefits.

What are Beignets?

In real life, beignets are a staple in New Orleans cuisine. They’re typically square-shaped fritters made from a light choux pastry dough, fried until golden brown, and dusted with powdered sugar. Dreamlight Valley stays true to this classic dessert, offering a virtual version that provides a delightful energy boost for your character.

Beignets in Dreamlight Valley: A Recipe for Success

Beignets are a four-star dessert recipe, meaning they offer a substantial energy restoration compared to simpler dishes. Here’s what you’ll need to whip up a batch:

  • Ingredients:
    • 1 Canola
    • 1 Wheat
    • 1 Egg
    • 1 Sugarcane
  • Cooking Beignets:
    Once you have all the ingredients, head to any cooking station in the valley, including the one inside Remy’s restaurant. Simply toss the canola, wheat, egg, and sugarcane into the pot and light it up with a piece of coal. In no time, you’ll have a plate of fluffy beignets ready to enjoy.
  • Benefits of Beignets:
    Beignets offer a double advantage in Dreamlight Valley. They provide a whopping 912 energy points, making them a fantastic choice for long exploration or mining expeditions. Additionally, you can sell beignets for a decent profit of 524 Star Coins, helping you build your in-game economy.

Where to Find Beignets Ingredients?

Now that you know the recipe and its benefits, let’s explore where to find the necessary ingredients:

  • Canola: This grain can be purchased from Goofy’s Stall in the Forest of Valor biome. It’s readily available and costs a reasonable 25 Star Coins.
  • Wheat: Luckily, wheat is a staple ingredient in the Peaceful Meadow biome, which is unlocked from the very beginning of the game. You can buy wheat seeds from Goofy’s Stall for a mere 1 Star Coin, making it a very affordable and renewable resource.
  • Egg: Unlike the other ingredients, eggs are not readily available in nature. You’ll need to purchase them from Remy’s pantry after completing his initial friendship quest that unlocks Chez Remy. Eggs cost 220 Star Coins each.
  • Sugarcane: Dazzle Beach biome is home to sugarcane. You can buy either sugarcane seeds or the ready-to-cook ingredient itself from Goofy’s Stall located there. Sugarcane seeds cost 5 Star Coins, while the prepped ingredient might be slightly more expensive.

Tips for Efficient Beignets Production:

  • Prioritize Growing Wheat: Since wheat is readily grown in Peaceful Meadow, prioritize planting and harvesting it to ensure a steady supply.
  • Unlock Chez Remy Early: Focus on completing Remy’s friendship quests to unlock Chez Remy and gain access to purchasable eggs.
  • Consider Buying Sugarcane: While sugarcane seeds are an option, buying the prepped ingredient from Goofy’s Stall in Dazzle Beach can save you time, especially if you’re in a hurry to cook beignets.


Q: Can I level up my friendship with any characters by giving them beignets?

A: Unfortunately, giving beignets (or any other food item) doesn’t directly affect friendship levels in Dreamlight Valley.

Q: Are there any alternative recipes for high-energy meals?

A: Yes! Several recipes offer a high-energy return. Some popular options include Bouillabaisse (1,498 energy), Ratatouille (1,260 energy), and Chez Remy’satouille (1,323 energy). However, these recipes may require rarer ingredients or take longer to cook.

Q: How can I maximize my Star Coin profit from selling beignets?

A: While beignets offer a decent profit on their own, there are ways to increase your earnings. Focus on increasing your friendship level with Goofy. As your friendship grows, Goofy’s Stall will offer discounts on ingredients, allowing you to reduce the production cost of beignets and boost your profit margin.

Q. What are Beignets?

Beignets are fried puff pastries dusted with powdered sugar, a classic sweet from New Orleans. In Dreamlight Valley, they function as a four-star dessert that can be cooked and consumed or sold for Star Coins.

Q. How to Make Beignets?

To whip up a batch of Beignets, you’ll need the following ingredients:

  • 1 Canola
  • 1 Wheat
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Sugarcane

Finding the Ingredients:

  • Canola: Sold at Goofy’s Stall in the Forest of Valor.
  • Wheat: Available for purchase at Goofy’s Stall in Peaceful Meadow (unlocked from the beginning).
  • Egg: Purchased from Remy’s pantry after completing his initial Friendship quest to rebuild the restaurant.
  • Sugarcane: Found as seeds or a ready-to-cook ingredient at Goofy’s Stall in Dazzle Beach.

Cooking Beignets:

Once you have your ingredients, head to any cooking station in the Valley (including Remy’s restaurant) and combine them in the pot. Use one piece of coal to get cooking!

Benefits of Beignets:

  • Energy Restoration: Beignet are a great way to replenish your energy; consuming one grants a whopping 912 energy points, perfect for long exploration or mining sessions.
  • Profitable Sale: If you’re looking to boost your Star Coin income, Beignet sell for a decent price of 524 Star Coins.

Additional FAQs:

Q. Can I grow the ingredients for Beignets? 

Yes! Except for Eggs, all the ingredients (Canola, Wheat, and Sugarcane) can be grown from seeds purchased at Goofy’s Stalls.

Q. Are there any special effects for eating Beignet? 

Currently, there are no reported special effects beyond the energy restoration.

Now you have all the knowledge to become a Beignet baking master in Dreamlight Valley! Enjoy these delightful treats and keep your energy levels soaring!

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