Disney Dreamlight Valley recipes are getting an adorable Christmas update

Disney Dreamlight Valley recipes are getting an adorable Christmas update

A new Disney Dreamlight Valley Recipes update late life game Players prepare for Christmas cheer as Mickey Mouse themed gingerbread cookies, inspired by displays in the real Disneyland, drop into your Dreamlight Valley recipe book and provide much-needed distraction as you hunt for slush ice cream and the unknown flavor quest of Remy.

If you’ve been lucky enough to visit Disneyland this holiday season – or if you’ve been in the past – you may have seen the huge gingerbread house of Haunted Mansion, where the creators of Frozen, Toy Story and Ratatouille built a seven-foot gingerbread house, filled with edible Christmas goodies.

In what is arguably the best video game crossover of 2022, some of the real Disneyland display is coming to Dreamlight Valley. Starting December 6, the adorable Mickey Mouse gingerbread cookies you get at the real resort can be baked in DDV, so you can spread sweet Christmas cheer to all your favorite princesses, rodent cooks, and toys come to life.

Of course, most Dreamlight players are currently on the hunt for slush ice cream, which is used to make Disney desserts such as banana split and coconut ice cream. The Remy’s unfamiliar taste quest is also given priority as we try to maximize our friendship with the loveable culinary rat. But it’s also the holiday season and Christmas is just around the corner, so look forward to the next Dreamlight Valley updateand get ready to make delicious Mickey Mouse gingerbread.

Check out our Dreamlight Valley Beginner’s Guide if you are entering the game of life for the first time, or just want to pick up some tips you may have missed. Dreamlight Valley dream shards are a must-have for completing missions and unlocking Dreamlight itself, and you’ll also want to know how to get the Disney Dreamlight Valley golden potato code. We don’t know what it does yet, but it will undoubtedly be important.