"Direct heat has softened and sweetened this apple. Eat it to restore three quarters of a heart."
— In-game description

Baked Apples are items from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They are curative items that restore Link's health with three quarters of a Heart Container. Link can find them on the Great Plateau, or he can obtain them by roasting Apples with a source of fire, hot surface, or by using volcanic heat.

Link can find a Baked Apple next to the Campfire where he first encounters the Old Man. If Link picks it up before speaking to the Old Man, he will jokingly admonishing him for taking it, though will allow Link to keep it. If Link talks to the Old Man first, he will tell Link he is free to take the Baked Apple. Link can find another Baked Apple on a table in the Woodcutter's House. After Link leaves the Great Plateau, more Baked Apples will mysteriously respawn in both of these locations. If Link burns a barrel or crate containing Apples, he will find the apples inside have been turned into Baked Apples. However, a Great Flameblade might over-burn the apples, turning them into nothing. Horses can eat Baked Apples off the ground if Link doesn't pick them up though it has the same effect as a raw Apple.


In the side quest "The Apple of My Eye", the newlywed Juney who is spending her honeymoon in Rito Village with her new husband Jogo, though she is unhappy and wishes she had a Baked Apple. If Link brings her one, she will reward him with a Silver Rupee. After completing the quest, Link can continue to sell Baked Apples to Juney for Rupees.

In the related "The Spark of Romance" side quest, Jogo needs Flint to make a fire so he can roast some apples for his new wife. Link can bring him some Flint and he will reward Link with a Silver Rupee. Like his wife, he will continue to purchase Flint from Link so he can continue to make Baked Apples for his wife.


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