Sub Class: Ingredient
HP Restored: 0.25 Hearts
HP Cooked: 1 Hearts
Fuse Attack Power: 1
Selling Price: 2
Often found on the ground near trees. Squirrels adore this nut, so you may have competition while foraging. Add one to a meal for a nutty seasoning.
What Acorn Is Used For in Tears of the Kingdom
Acorn is a Material in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK). Specifically, it is classified as a Ingredient.
The Acorn was included in the Breath of the Wild version of the game. Most of its attributes are the same and therefore you may find similar uses as BotW.
It can be used to upgrade certain types armor when provided with other materials at the fairy fountain.
If you simply eat the Acorn by itself without cooking, you will gain 0.25 hearts. If you cook it first, it will restore 1 hearts.
The first Acorn you add to a meal when cooking adds 50 Seconds to the effect that the meal gives. If you add more than 1 Acorn to a meal, the remainder will only add 30 Seconds each to the duration of the effect.
The Acorn can be turned in to trade for Brown dye in order to dye clothes. We have not yet confirmed if this is still the case in Tears of the Kingdom.
Used In Recipes
The following recipes all use Acorn as an ingredient. To see the full recipe with all the necessary ingredients, click on the recipe name or icon to be brought to the recipe page. Any recipes listed that existed in Breath of the Wild should still be active in Tears of the Kingdom. As new recipes are discovered, they will be added to this list.
Used To Upgrade Armor
In Breath of the Wild, the following armor can be upgraded by using Acorn as one of their ingredients. For full information on upgrade requirements and recipes, click on the item name or icon. We have not yet confirmed if these upgrades exist again in Tears of the Kingdom as many others do. This page will be updated as more information is known.
|Item||[Cap of the Wild]|
|[Trousers of the Wild]|
|[Tunic of the Wild]|