How to make Honeyed Apple in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

Totk Honeyed Apple Creation At New Serenne Stable
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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom features a surprising variety of gastronomic delights. Link is something of a gourmand, even while saving Hyrule from looming darkness. But you have to know the ingredients to make the best recipes. Here is our guide explaining how to make Honeyed Apple in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Tears of the Kingdom – how to make Honeyed Apple

The recipe for Honeyed Apple is really quite simple. To make Honeyed Apple, you combine an Apple and some Courser Bee Honey over an open flame. It’s right there in the name and the developers didn’t add anything to the mix.

When you produce Honeyed Apple, you will find it restores a portion of a stamina wheel and also refills some of your hearts. The exact amount varies. You can use a regular apple, or you can use a golden apple for superior effect.

Totk Honeyed Apple Recipes

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Now that you know how to make Honeyed Apple, there remains the question of where to find the ingredients. Apples are readily available throughout Hyrule, though you might still want to check our guide on where to find golden apples so you can work with a superior variety. Of the options listed, I love going to Satori Mountain. A few quick runs will provide all the fruit a person needs.

Courser Bee Honey is less common, as its appearance is random. Basically, it could show up hanging from the branches of any standard tree you encounter in Hyrule, but won’t do so regularly. For that reason, I suggest looking in forests thick with trees. I’ve had decent luck finding multiple hives while exploring East Necluda. They show up fairly often in Bubinga Forest and Hickaly Woods, southeast of Dueling Peaks Stable.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for purchase from the Nintendo Store.

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Jason Venter is a contributing writer for PC Invasion since 2022 who can trace his love for video games back to the Apple IIe port of Mario Bros. in the late 80s. He remains a diehard Nintendo fan to this day and loves JRPGs, adventure games, and platformers in particular, but he still plays games in most genres and on most hardware. After founding indie gaming site HonestGamers in 1998, he served as an editor at Hardcore Gamer Magazine during its entire print run. He has since freelanced for a variety of leading sites including IGN, GameSpot, and Polygon. These days, he spends most of his time writing game guides and entertaining readers with his fantasy novels.