Minecraft: How to make Golden Carrot


In Minecraft, players can prepare almost all types of food items, including the rare Golden Carrots. As the name suggests, Golden Carrots are one of the most valuable items in Minecraft, commonly used for brewing a variety of other food items. Additionally, players can eat Golden Carrot to restore six hunger and 14.4 saturation points.

There are many uses of Golden Carrots in Minecraft, but many players are still unaware of the process to craft this food item. Therefore, we’ll be looking at the procedure to prepare Golden Carrots in Minecraft.

How to craft Golden Carrot in Minecraft

Preparing Golden carrots is a pretty straightforward process and requires the following ingredients:

  • 8x Gold Nuggets: It can be found in underwater ruins loot chests.
  • 1x Carrot: Found in shipwreck supply chests, Pillager outpost chests, and village farm plots.

Once you have the ingredients mentioned above, open the crafting table and place the carrot right in the centre box. Next, place all the eight golden nuggets in the remaining slots. The pattern should look like this:

Golden Carrot recipe in Minecraft
Golden Carrot recipe in Minecraft

After placing all the items in the correct order, Golden Carrot will appear on the right side of the screen. Simply, hold it and drag it to your inventory to use it.

If you still have any questions regarding making Golden Carrot in Minecraft, feel free to ask them in the comments section.

Minecraft is one of the most popular creative games currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Android, and iOS.

Related: How to Copy a Map in Minecraft

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