If you're a dedicated FarmVille 2 player, you've likely become incredibly familiar with the Crafting Kitchen, which allows you to turn your basic crops into complex dishes that sell for more at the Farmer's Market than those individual crops would alone. While items like Tomato Soup, Strawberry Lemonade and Apple Scones bring at least 630 coins a pop, wouldn't it be better to spend your resources on items that could earn you 5,000 coins in a single go?
That's exactly the case with FarmVille's new recipe, the Vanilla Cream Puffs, which has been launched in celebration of the Vanilla crop, which is available to plant in the game for a limited time. Over the next seven days, you'll be able to plant as many Vanilla as your farm size (and water supply) will allow, and can then use that Vanilla to create these profitable puffs.
A single Vanilla Cream Puff sells for 5,000 coins, but it's also a rather complex crafting project to complete. You'll first need to craft two Vanilla Cream and one Powdered Sugar. A single Vanilla Cream requires 12 Vanilla beans and four Milk, but this alone sells for 1,550 coins. Even if you chose not to complete the crafting and turn these Creams into Cream Puffs, you're still doing really well already.
As for the Powdered Sugar, each one requires three Sugar and two Flour, which are created using Wheat. The Sugar, meanwhile, can be earned by asking your friends to send it to you. Again, this Powdered Sugar ingredient is incredibly profitable as well, selling for 1,450 coins each. Of course, 5,000 coins is still more than all of this, so make sure to try and craft as many Vanilla Cream Puffs as you can while Vanilla is available to purchase and plant in the market. At 5,000 coins a pop, you could easily afford a second (or even third) Well for water production, or some of the limited edition decorations and trees that have recently been released in the store. Good luck!
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What do you think of this Vanilla Cream Puff recipe? Have you already created dozens of these Cream Puffs, or were you unaware that they existed? Sound off in the comments!