Cooking apple

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Cooking apples are items used primarily as an ingredient to make apple pies, summer pies and cider, although they are not edible on their own. They can be obtained from the Cooks' Guild or otherwise harvested from an apple tree grown from an apple tree seed in a fruit tree patch by a player with a Farming level of 27 or higher.

A basket of apples (which contains 5 apples) is used as payment to grow willow trees and strawberries in the Farming skill, while 4 baskets of 5 apples each is used as payment to grow a banana tree.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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SourceLevelQuantityRarityMembers
Giant spider2; 33; 39 Multicombat.png22/128F2P icon.png

Obtaining apples[edit | edit source]

Respawns[edit | edit source]

  • 3 - Two on the first floor; one on the second floor of the Cooks' Guild (spawn time is around 40 seconds).
  • 3 barrels - on the Lady Zay, while at the Pirates' Cove (1 barrel is in the hull).
  • 5 barrels - on the pirates' ship at Lunar Island. 1 barrel is on the deck, 4 are in the hull. 2 of the barrels in the hull are inaccessible.

Store locations[edit | edit source]

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Culinaromancer's ChestLumbridge Castle basement36Coins 25.png Coins50P2P icon.png
Frenita's Cookery ShopYanille36Coins 25.png Coins0P2P icon.png

Other[edit | edit source]

After completing the Elite Karamja Tasks, Dell Monti in Brimhaven will give you 40 cooking apples a day.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The apple's examine of "Keeps the doctor away" is the latter half of the proverb, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." A barrel of apples (non-carryable) completes the proverb with its examine of "An apple a day..."
  • When the cursor is hovered over any edible food, the icon for eating is an image of a bitten cooking apple. However, cooking apples cannot actually be eaten.