FarmVille 2 'Spring into Country Living' Kitchen Recipes: Everything you need to know

Along with the new set of Spring into Country Living items that have been released in FarmVille 2's marketplace, a new trio of themed recipes has been released in the game's Crafting Kitchen. These recipes make use of the new trees and crops in this Spring into Country Living theme, and we're here with a guide to each recipe to help you out. Let's get started!

The first recipe is for the Flavorosa Crumble Bar. It requires two Batter and five Flavorosa Pluots to create. The Batter comes from Wheat and Flour, while the Pluots are earned by tending trees of the same name. A single Flavorosa Pluot Tree can be purchased in the store for 12 Farm Bucks, and it can be harvested every eight hours, so long as you always remember to water it.

Remember, if you don't want to purchase one of these trees yourself, but you have friends that do, you can try to tend their trees and earn some of these Pluots for free, but you're not guaranteed to receive any.

Creating a single one of these Crumble Bars gives you 16 XP, and you'll be able to sell them for 3,000 coins each.The second recipe is for Pluot Lemonade, which requires one Lemonade and 14 of the Flavorosa Pluots to create. Lemonade is made from Water and Lemons, and you'll be able to sell a single batch of this Pluot Lemonade for 3,500 coins. You'll receive 21 XP for creating a single serving.The final recipe is this trio is Tart Swiss Chard. It requires two Batter and eight Swiss Chard to create. Swiss Chard is thankfully this theme's free crop, so all farmers can create this recipe in their games. Swiss Chard can be planted for 30 coins per square and harvested after an hour. Each Tart Swiss Chard you create is worth 2,000 coins, and you'll receive 15 XP for creating them.These recipes will all only be available for the next 27 days, while the "Spring Into Country Items" will be available for the next 20 days. Stick with us, as we'll bring you coverage of the game's additional Spring themed items as soon as we can.

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What do you think of these new Spring into Country Living recipes? Will you purchase any of these limited edition trees to craft new recipes, or will you stick to just growing Swiss Chard? Sound off in the comments!

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