After a tough workout or a busy day, there’s nothing better than recharging with a smoothie or fizzy drink. YouTube chef Pwnapplez (Peter) knows this well, and has found the perfect way to put a Zelda spin on this method of rejuvenation. He’s crafted real-life recipes for Breath of the Wild’s Energizing Elixir (using actual crickets) and Fairy Tonic (which can be made with or without alcohol). All proceeds from Peter’s videos go to charity, so give it a watch!

The Energizing Elixir recipe is:

  • Two cups of baby spinach
  • One fuji apple
  • Two carrots, peeled and chopped fine
  • One cup of greek yogurt
  • Two tbsp of honey
  • 3/4 cup of ice
  • (optional) 1 tbsp crickets, 1 tbsp cricket powder, or 1/2 tsp spirulina

The Energizing Elixir, crickets and all, sure sounds like a savory post-workout protein shake. But those looking for something a little more sweet and fun should give the Fairy Tonic a go.

The 21+ Link Fairy Tonic recipe is:

  • 3.5 oz fresh grapefruit juice
  • 5 oz tonic water
  • Half a lime
  • 1.5 oz gin

The Young Link Fairy Tonic recipe is:

  • 3.5 oz fresh grapefruit juice
  • 5 oz seltzer water
  • Half a lime
  • 1 oz simple syrup

This video is part of Peter’s “Cucco’s Kitchen” series, so he’s got plenty of video game inspired drink, meal, and dessert how-to videos on his channel for those interested in seeing more. His most recent Zelda inspired dish was Breath of the Wild’s Spicy Pepper Steak, so check that out. Again, all the profits from these videos go to charities for Alzheimer’s research and other causes.

What do you think of these Energizing Elixir and Fairy Tonic recipes? Do you plan on trying one out?  Let us know in the comments!

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