Are you looking for a new dish with loads of buffs and healing effects? Perhaps, you’re looking for a Maple Bar! It’s a quick and simple dish; here’s a guide to help you make it!
There are many mouthwatering dishes that you can get in Stardew Valley. But some may not be worth your gold as they offer limited benefits in buffs and healing.
If you want a cheap method to get these advantages, try making a Maple Bar! This guide will walk you through everything you’ll need to cook this dish.
What is a Maple Bar?
It’s a cooked dish made in the kitchen of an upgraded farmhouse or a cookout kit. And consuming it helps restore your health and energy. It even offers buffs to enhance your Mining, Fishing, and Farming skills.
Moreover, adding Qi Seasoning increases its healing effect and buff duration by 50%. It also adds +1 to each buff. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of a Maple Bar (M.B) with and without this special add-on:
|Healing Effect and Buffs||Without Seasoning||With Seasoning|
|Buff Duration||16 mins and 47s||25 mins and 11s|
Facts and Information
However, you’ll only get this recipe on the 14th of Summer Year 2 in The Queen of Sauce channel.
Aside from eating it, you can also sell it for 300g. If you add the seasoning to it, the cost of this good becomes 450g.
It’s also possible to make a Dirt Shirt from it and some orange dyes for your pots.
Sam loves this snack, while other NPCs would also be pleased to receive it. But Krobus, Leo, and Willy are exceptions since they dislike it.
Not used in any quests
Not used in any bundles.