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Tears of the Kingdom – All Fruit Types & Fuse Tips

Fruit is one of the critical items you can find in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and this guide shows where to get them all.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has a variety of fruit that can be used for cooking different recipes or consuming for more health. They’re a valuable item to fill up your inventory and for you to go out of your way to find.

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Players must replenish their energy meter when taking damage in the game by eating a cooked meal or one of the raw ingredients from around the game world, such as an apple from a tree. However, these items are scattered throughout Hyrule, and tracking them down can take a bit of time. This guide covers where to find all fruit locations in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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All Fruit In Tears of the Kingdom

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Players can find fruit everywhere in Tears of the Kingdom. It appears in multiple locations, pretty much everywhere in Hyrule, where it can be picked up as players explore the world and complete quests. Whenever we see fruit on the ground, we grab as much as we can, because no one knows what’s lurking around the corner. Most of the time it tends to be a tricky Battle Talus in our experience.

These are all of the fruit players can expect to find in Tears of the Kingdom, where they can find them, and their many effects.

ImageFruit LocationFruit NameEffects and HealingFuse Attack Power
Apple TotKAlmost everywhere in Hyrule.ApplesStandard Cooking ingredient – Heals 0.5 Hearts1
Dazzlefruit TotKFrequently appears inside caves.DazzlefruitWhen smashed on the ground, the fruit shoots out a massive light, blinding enemies.1
Fleet Lotus Seeds TotKYou can find this close to deep water sources.Fleet-Lotus SeedsIncreases your Movement Speed in Food Recipes – Heals 0.5 Hearts1
Fire Fruit TotKThey can be found throughout Hyrule, and grow well around Lookout Landing.Fire FruitIncrease attack power while in cold weather – Heals 0.25 Hearts1
Golden Apple TotKHas the chance to appear near other apples. Incredibly rare.Golden AppleA rare apple that provides far more health than the standard one. – Heals 1.5 Hearts1
Hydromelon TotKThis is a fruit that frequently appears in deserts and dry regions.HydromelonIncreases your resistance to Heat Damage in Food Recipes – Heals 0.5 Hearts1
Hylian Tomatoes TotKA Tomato that frequently appears in colder climates.Hylian TomatoYou can use it to increase the amount of hearts you receive from cooking foods. – Heals 1 Heart 1
Ice Fruit TotKAn icy fruit that frequently appears in colder regions.Ice FruitIncrease attack power while in cold weather – Heals 0.25 Hearts1
Mighty Bananas TotKA banana that appears in tropical forests or has the chance to drop from particular tough enemies/Mighty BananasIncreases your attack power for Food Recipes – Heals 0.5 Hearts1
Palm Fruit TotKThis is a fruit that can appear on palm trees, which you can find near beaches.Palm FruitIt does not offer any unique effects for your cooking recipes, but it will heal you when eaten. – Heals 1 Heart1
Shock Fruit TotKYou can frequently find this fruit in East Necluda and Gerudo DesertShock FruitCombining this fruit with other food will enhance your attack power during thunderstorms, and it can shock foes. – Heals 0.25 Hearts1
Spicy Pepper TotKYou can frequently find this throughout Hyrule, but has a good chance to appear near, or inside, colder regions.Spicy PeppersBoosts Cold Resistance in Food Recipes – Heals 0.5 Hearts1
Splash Fruit TotKThe Splash Fruit appears frequently in the Lanayru Great Spring and West NecludaSplash FruitEnhances your Swim Speed in Food Recipes, and can be used to clean away Sludge. – Heals 0.25 Heart1
Voltfruit TotKYou can typically find the Voltfruit while exploring the Gerudo DesertVoltfruitIncreases your resistance to electricity damage in Food Recipes, and it can cause electric attacks to Foes. – Heals 0.5 Hearts1
Wildberry TotKA berry that frequently appears in colder climates.WildberryThis item does not contain any special cooking enhancements, but it’s a popular cooking ingredient. – Heals 0.5 Hearts1

Beginner Fruit Fusing Tips for TotK

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One aspect of the game that differs widely from Breath of the Wild is the ability to Fuse items to weapons. When it comes to fruit, there are some that have a distinct advantage over other items such as stones, especially in the early game. Those wanting to deal solid damage should stock up on Fire Fruit, since they deal additional fire damage and cause an explosion when fused to arrows, found just outside of Lookout Landing. This is the first settlement Link will find when he lands on Hyrule.

Using these with arrows can set wild grasses and leaves aflame, torch an enemy, and act as a lighting agent when crafting things like Hot Air Balloons. They are an essential part of the early game equipment kit in TotK.

And that’s it! Check out our other The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom guides below to help with crafting, exploring, and tackling challenges across Hyrule.

Tears of the Kingdom Complete Guide | Every Ability & How To Unlock Them | How to Get The Paraglider | How to Get & Use The Travel Medallion | All Armor Locations & Where to Find Them | All Construct Materials & Where to Find Them | All Shrine Locations & Strategies | How to Get More Heart Containers

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Zack Palm is the Senior Writer of Gamepur and has spent over five years covering video games, and earned a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Oregon State University. He spends his free time biking, running tabletop campaigns, and listening to heavy metal. His primary game beats are Pokémon Go, Destiny 2, Final Fantasy XIV, and any newly released title, and he finds it difficult to pull away from any Star Wars game.