Battle Chef (5e Class)

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Battle Chef[edit]

As the black knight raises his weapon to land the finishing blow, the stillness of the air is cut by the sharpening of knives. After a flash of speed, the chef holds a beautiful plate of Eggs Benedict. The fighter takes a bite and feels her strength invigorated enough to keep fighting.

Master of the Kitchen[edit]

We all need food to survive, or at least most races do. But in a long and fantastical adventure, who has the time to sit down and cook a full meal? This is where the Battle Chef fits in. Taking their skill in the kitchen out onto the battlefield, the Battle Chef uses their talents to support their allies.

Creating a Battle Chef[edit]

To begin developing your Battle Chef, ask the following questions. How long have you been cooking for? Did anybody mentor you or are you self taught? What kinds of food do you like to cook? What motivates you to go out onto the field?

Quick Build

You can make a Battle Chef quickly by following these suggestions. First, Intelligence should be your highest ability score, followed by Dexterity. Second, choose the Guild Artisan background.

Class Features

As a Battle Chef you gain the following class features.

Hit Points

Hit Dice: 1d8 per Battle Chef level
Hit Points at 1st Level: 1d8 + Constitution modifier
Hit Points at Higher Levels: 1d8 (or 5) + Constitution modifier per Battle Chef level after 1st

Proficiencies

Armor: Light armor
Weapons: Simple
Tools: Cook's utensils and one additional set of artisan's tools
Saving Throws: Dexterity, Intelligence
Skills: Performance, Nature, and Survival

Equipment

You start with the following equipment, in addition to the equipment granted by your background:

  • (a) a longsword or (b) two sickles or (c) any simple weapon
  • (a) leather armor or (b) a shortbow and 30 arrows
  • (a) an explorer's pack or (b) brewer's supplies
  • Chef's utensils and 2 weeks of rations
  • If you are using starting wealth, you have 5d4 x 10gp in funds.

Table: The Battle Chef

Level Proficiency
Bonus
Features Recipes Known —Spell Slots per Spell Level—
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
1st +2 Chef's Satchel, Culinary Arts 4 2
2nd +2 Good Eats 5 3
3rd +2 Culinary Discipline 6 4 2
4th +2 Ability Score Improvement 7 4 3
5th +3 Well Prepared 8 4 3
6th +3 Culinary Discipline Feature 9 4 3 2
7th +3 Trial and Error 10 4 3 3
8th +3 Ability Score Improvement, Chopped 11 4 3 3
9th +4 12 4 3 3 1
10th +4 Culinary Discipline Feature 14 4 3 3 2
11th +4 Cutthroat Kitchen 15 4 3 3 2
12th +4 Ability Score Improvement 15 4 3 3 3 1
13th +5 Familiar Territory 16 4 3 3 3 2
14th +5 18 4 3 3 3 2
15th +5 Culinary Discipline Feature 19 4 3 3 3 2 1
16th +5 Ability Score Improvement 19 4 3 3 3 2 1
17th +6 Unwrapped 20 4 3 3 3 2 1
18th +6 22 4 3 3 3 2 1 1
19th +6 Ability Score Improvement 22 4 3 3 3 2 1 1
20th +6 Iron Chef 24 4 3 3 3 2 1 1

Chef's Satchel[edit]

In addition to your normal equipment, you possess an enchanted satchel. It has three main compartments: one for utensils and other cookware, one for non-perishable ingredients, and a refrigerated compartment for perishable ingredients. This satchel acts similarly to a bag of holding, operating on a force that scholars refer to as "Knife Space". It can hold an infinite amount of stuff, however it cannot contain anything that is not food or cookware. Attempting to place anything else into it cause the bag to violently eject all of it's contents.

Ingredients are gathered in set portions, and can be purchased from any merchant. Prices are up to the DMs discretion, but generally don't exceed 6 gold.

Culinary Arts[edit]

As a chef, you are trained in the art of turning raw ingredients into complex dishes. Your skill in particular transcends that of the ordinary and into the mystical. By tapping into the forces of nature you can summon forth anything from a standard kitchen, such as an oven or a sink. You can summon as many workspaces as can fit into a 5 ft. square. Summoning and de-summoning workspaces is a bonus action. You also possess limited control over time itself, as you can prepare most recipes as one action.

This takes the form of spellcasting, with recipes taking the place of spells. All recipes use varying portions of ingredients from your Chef's Satchel. Recipes are outlined at the bottom of the page. In order to properly prepare a dish, you need to pass a Cooking Check. This roll has to exceed the recipe's DC, which is outlined under each one. You only consume a recipe slot on a successful check, however you always consume the portions of ingredients listed in the recipe. Failing the check turns whatever dish you were making into a Failed Recipe. This can be used as an improvised thrown weapon. Damage rules are outlined below.

If you are in range of a creature, you can serve them a dish as a bonus action. Eating a dish is a free action for that creature.

Cooking Check modifier
your proficiency bonus + your Intelligence modifier
Failed Recipe
damage: (1d4 + your proficiency bonus) poison damage, range: 20/60.

Good Eats[edit]

You have a refined palette. As such, you can tell whether or not something contains poison, is spoiled, or is otherwise unsafe to eat.

Culinary Disciplines[edit]

At 3rd level, you choose a Culinary Discipline. This reflects your knowledge of skills, or how you choose to apply them. Choose between Grill Master, Hibachi Chef, Pastry Chef, and Classically Trained; all detailed at the end of the class description. Your choice grants you features at 3rd level and again at 6th level, 10th level, and 15th level.

Ability Score Improvement[edit]

When you reach 4th level, and again at 8th, 12th, 16th and 19th level, you can increase one ability score of your choice by 2, or you can increase two ability scores of your choice by 1. As normal, you can't increase an ability score above 20 using this feature.

Well Prepared[edit]

Over the course of your culinary career, you've learned the importance of having prep work done ahead of time. As a bonus action, you can start preparing a recipe. This allows you to finish it immediately at the start of your next turn. This feature can only be used twice before needing to take a short/long rest.

Trial and Error[edit]

Chefs learn by experience, and they are bound to make mistakes. On a failed Cooking Check, if you have the correct portions of ingredients to do so, you can remake a dish as a bonus action. You do not gain a Failed Recipe if you use this feature.

Chopped[edit]

Most chefs are considered pacifists, however violence is sometimes unavoidable in the kitchen. When using the knives from your Cook's utensils as a weapon, you get double proficiency. Knives from the Cook's utensils deal 1d8 slashing damage.

Cutthroat Kitchen[edit]

As a chef it is important to keep a level head and focus in hectic environments. If a creature attacks you before you can serve a finished dish, you have advantage on saving throws against that creature.

Familiar Territory[edit]

While you are adept at cooking in the field, you are still most comfortable in a kitchen. When in a proper kitchen, you have advantage on all Cooking Checks and can make recipes without needing ingredients from your Chef's Satchel.

Unwrapped[edit]

Occasionally you have to get moving and don't have time to eat. You are able to take a meal that hasn't been served, and package it to be used later as a bonus action.

Iron Chef[edit]

Your skill in the kitchen is unparalleled. Allies who eat your food gain double the hit points and advantage on their next saving throw. This ability does not stack.

In addition, you can prepare up to third level recipes without using a recipe slot 3 times. After which, you need to finish a long rest.

Hibachi Chef[edit]

You see cooking not as an art, but as a performance. You choose not to cook in a kitchen hidden from view, but in full view of all your clientele.

Showmanship

To you, flourish and physical action is just as important as cooking skill. At 3rd level, when making a Cooking Check, you can substitute your Intelligence modifier for your Charisma modifier.

Talkative Chef

While cooking you often feel the need to converse with your clientele. At 6th level, you gain proficiency on Persuasion, Deception, and Intimidation rolls.

Hate It or Plate It

When cooking in front of a live audience, you have to take your failures and roll with them. At 10th level, you can choose to serve a Failed Recipe to a creature. Doing so gives the creature 10 temporary hit points for 1 minute.

Speedy Service

You don't like to keep people waiting. At 15th level you are able to cook so fast that you can serve a dish with no action required.

Classically Trained[edit]

Some chefs are self taught, or maybe they learn from a parent. You however were trained by the best of the best. Whether it was in a highly regarded culinary school, or you were personally mentored by a famous chef, you have training and technique much better than most others in your field.

Experimental Eats

Due to your training, you feel fairly confident in your ability to improvise. At 3rd level, you can substitute one ingredient in a recipe if you do not have it in your Chef's Satchel.

Inspiring Memories

You recall words of wisdom imparted on you by your mentor. At 6th level, you may reflect on your training as a bonus action. Doing so will have the DM give you vague advice from your mentor. This advice is never directly related to the problem at hand, but may give you a new angle to attack the problem.

Master Chef

Your confidence causes you to frequently be dissatisfied with a dish because you know you can do better. At 10th level, you can choose reroll a successful Cooking Check at no additional ingredient cost. On a successful check, you double the amount of hit points gained. You do not gained a Failed Recipe on a failed check.

Food Network

Your reputation proceeds you, and you are renowned the world over. At 15th level, you can buy all ingredients for 50% less. In addition, tavern and restaurant owners will often let you eat for free in order to give feedback.

Pastry Chef[edit]

Sugar, spice, and everything nice. These are the ingredients that you are the best with. You prefer sweets over meats, and spend your kitchen time carefully crafting beautiful confections.

Ace of Cakes

At 3rd level, when making a Cooking Check for any recipe involving sugar, you can double your proficiency bonus.

Double Batch

Sometimes it can be rewarding to make extra helpings of a dish. At 6th level, when making a dish you can choose to use the double the required ingredient portions. Doing so grants you double the amount of servings.

Frozen Delights

I scream, you scream, your enemies scream. At 10th level, you are able to cast a delicious tasting Ray of Frost.

Sugar and Sparks

Your pastries have become so tasty that they are often described as "magical". At 15th level, desserts you serve give creatures magic resistance for 10 minutes.

Grill Master[edit]

Sometimes a simple dish can be just as tasty as a complicated one. Say goodbye to all that fancy technique and presentation. All you require to make a perfect meal is some meat and a grill.

Spice Lord

At 3rd level, when making a Cooking Check for any recipe involving salt or spices, you can double your proficiency bonus.

Into the Fire

At 6th level you gain resistance to fire damage from having accidently burned yourself one too many times.

Heat Seeker

You have become the master of manipulating flame. At 10th level, you are able to cast Heat Metal on metal weapons, or the knives in your Cook's Utensils. When casting, use 8 + your proficiency bonus + your intelligence modifier as the DC.

Hell's Kitchen

Your passion for cooking flares just as hot as the flame you grill upon. At 15th level, you can channel this energy from within to cast Fireball. You can only use this feature once before needing to take a long rest. When casting, use 8 + your proficiency bonus + your intelligence modifier as the DC.

Recipe List[edit]

You know any of the following recipes. Some recipes may require a specific subclass.

1st Level

Fruit Salad

Sliced fruits served together in a bowl.

Ingredients: Any 4 portions of Fruit.

DC: 9

Servings: 1

Restores 1d12 hit points.


Macaroni and Cheese

Elbow pasta served in a cheese sauce.

Ingredients: 1 Pasta, 1 Cheese, 1 Milk, 1 Butter

DC: 9

Servings: 4

Restores 1d4 hit points. Whenever the creature makes a skill check, they can add 1d4 to the roll.


Chicken Parmesan

Chicken breast served over pasta with cheese and red sauce.

Ingredients: 1 Pasta, 1 Chicken, 1 Cheese, 1 Tomato, 1 Salt

DC: 10

Servings: 1

Restores 1d6 hit points plus an additional 4 temporary hit points. Those do not stack.


Blackened Fish

Fish covered with spices and pan seared.

Ingredients: Any 1 Fish, 2 Spices

DC: 8

Servings: 1

Restores 1d4 hit points and grants immunity to fire for 1 minute.


Roasted Cauliflower

Cauliflower over roasted with garlic and spices.

Ingredients: 3 Cauliflower, 1 Spice, 1 Garlic

DC: 10

Servings: 4

Restores 1d6 hit points.


Earth Mother's Kiss

Salad filled full of delicious veggies.

Ingredients: 1 Lettuce, any 4 Vegetables.

DC: 10

Servings: 3

Restores 1d4 hit points and allows creatures to speak with plants for 1 minute.


Tomato Soup

Hearty soup made from tomato and butter.

Ingredients: 2 Tomato, 2 Butter, 1 Salt, 1 Water

DC: 11

Servings: 2

Restores: 1d6 hit points. Cures poison.


Loaded Baked Potatoes

Potatoes filled with sour cream, bacon, and cheese.

Ingredients: 2 Potato, 1 Sour Cream, 1 Cheese, 1 Bacon, 1 Green Onion.

DC: 11

Servings: 2

Restores: 1d6 hit points and grants an additional 8 temporary hit points. Those do not stack.


Chocolate Chip Cookies

Baked sweet flat disc of chocolate.

Ingredients: 1 Flour, 1 Egg, 1 Sugar, 1 Chocolate, 1 Butter, 1 Brown sugar.

DC: 12

Servings: 12

Restores 1d6 hit points.


Steamed Dumplings

Meat inside of a pouch of dough.

Ingredients: Any 1 Meat, 1 Green Onion, 1 Flour, 1 Water, 1 Salt

DC: 10

Servings: 8

Restores 1d4 hit points and grants resistance to all damage types for 1 minute.


2nd Level

Fish and Chips

Battered fish with fries.

Ingredients: Any 1 Fish, 1 Potato, 1 Salt, 1 Spice

DC: 10

Servings: 1

Restores 1d20 hit points.


Beef Stroganoff

Beef served with gravy over noodles.

Ingredients: 1 Beef, 1 Mushroom, 1 Onion, 1 Salt, 1 Flour, 1 Noodle, 1 Butter.

DC: 13

Servings: 1

Restores 3d4 hit points and an additional 8 temporary hit points. Those do not stack.


Pancit

Noodles filled with various meat, seafood, and veggies.

Prerequisites: Hibachi Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 3 Noodle, 1 of any Meat, 1 of any Seafood, 3 of any Vegetables.

DC: 14

Servings: 5

Restores 1d10 hit points and allows creatures to cast Entangle once.


Xanathar's Curry

Chicken over rice with a lot of spice.

Prerequisite: Classically Trained subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Coconut milk, 1 Chicken, 4 Spice, 1 Herb, 1 Garlic, 1 Rice.

DC: 15

Servings: 1

Restores 2d10 hit points and allows creatures to cast Firebolt once.


Gyro

Meat, cheese, tzatziki, and vegetables in a pita.

Ingredients: 1 of any Meat, 1 Cheese, 1 Lettuce, 1 Onion, 1 Tomato, 1 Salt, 1 Yogurt, 1 Cucumber, 1 Garlic, 1 Pita

DC: 16

Servings: 2

Restores 3d6 hit points and gives creatures +4 to their Charisma for 1 minute.


Poke Bowl

Rice served with a variety of raw seafood and vegetables.

Ingredients: 2 of any Seafood, 2 of any Vegetables, 1 Rice.

DC: 11

Servings: 1

Restores 8d4 hit points.


Brownies

Baked squares of rich chocolate batter.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass

Ingredients: 2 Chocolate, 1 Egg, 1 Sugar, 1 Flour, 1 Brown sugar

DC: 13

Servings: 8

Restores 1d6 hit points and an additional 4 temporary hit points. Those do not stack.


Grilled Swordfish

Swordfish steaks seasoned and cooked.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Swordfish, 1 Spice, 1 Salt

DC: 9

Servings: 1

Restores: 1d10 hit points and gives creatures advantage on melee attack rolls for 1 minute.


Spaghetti and Meatballs

Meatballs and pasta with a red sauce.

Ingredients: 1 Pasta, 1 Tomato, 1 Pork, 1 Beef, 1 Spice, 1 Salt, 1 Herb

DC: 13

Servings: 1

Restores: 2d4 hit points and cures all non-magical ailments.


Surf and Turf

Grilled steak and lobster.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass

Ingredients: 1 Steak, 1 Lobster, 1 Butter, 1 Salt

DC: 10

Servings: 2

Restores 2d8 hit points and grants the creature Water Breathing for 10 minutes.


3rd Level

Dango

Balls of rice flour served on a skewer.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 2 Rice Flour, 1 Water, 1 Sugar.

DC: 11

Servings: 4

Restores 1d8 hit points and gives creatures a +4 to strength for 1 minute.


Fried Rice

Rice fried with egg, meat, and vegetables.

Prerequisite: Hibachi Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 2 Rice, 2 of any Meat or Seafood, 3 of any Vegetable, 1 Egg.

DC: 15

Servings: 2

Restores 2d8 hit points and gives creatures advantage on their next attack roll.


Hot and Sour Soup

Soup with a unique spice.

Ingredients: 1 Tofu, 1 Mushroom, 1 Broth, 1 Bamboo Shoot, 1 Vinegar, 1 Chili Powder, 1 Garlic, 1 Ginger, 1 Egg, 1 Green Onion.

DC: 17

Servings: 4

Restores 6d4 hit points and cures all non-magical ailments.


Meat and Veggie Skewers

Grilled meat and vegetables on a stick.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass.

Ingredients: 1 of any Meat, 2 of any Vegetable, 1 Salt.

DC: 11

Servings: 2

Restores 1d12 hit points. The skewers can be thrown with a range of 60/120 and deal 1d4 piercing damage.


Carrot Cake

A sweat treat made with carrot.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Carrot, 1 Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Egg

DC: 11

Servings: 6

Restores 1d12 hit points. Gives creatures Darkvision for 10 minutes.


Burgers and Fries

Beef patty on a bun served with fries.

Ingredients: 1 Beef, 2 of any Condiment, 1 Cheese, 2 or any Vegetable, 1 Potato, 1 Salt

DC: 15

Servings: 2

Restores 2d6 hit points and grants creatures a +4 to Dexterity for 1 minute.


Ribeye Steak

Steak seasoned and grilled.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Steak, 1 Salt, 1 Spice

DC: 10

Servings: 1

Restores 2d8 hit points.


Teriyaki Salmon

Fresh salmon served with a teriyaki glaze.

Ingredients: 1 Salmon, 1 Soy Sauce, 1 Vinegar, 1 Sesame Oil, 1 Brown sugar, 1 Garlic, 1 Ginger

DC: 14

Servings: 2

Restores: 1d20 hit points and grants immunity to poison for 10 minutes.


4th Level

Vox Machina Butter Shrimp

Shrimp cooked in a cream sauce with tomato and spinach.

Prerequisite: Classically Trained subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Shrimp, 1 Tomato, 1 Spinach, 1 Butter, 1 Cream, 1 Garlic, 1 Salt, 2 Herb

DC: 17

Servings: 2

Restores 4d6 hit points and grants creatures a +4 to Constitution for 1 minute.


Baby Back Ribs

Pork ribs slathered in sauce and grilled.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Pork, 1 Vinegar, 1 Garlic, 1 Onion, 1 Salt, 3 Spice, 1 Olive oil, 1 Brown sugar.

DC: 18

Servings: 6

Restores 3d10 hit points and casts Absorb Elements on the creature.


Sweet Rolls

Sugary rolls topped with frosting.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Yeast, 1 Milk, 1 Butter, 1 Salt, 1 Cinnamon, 1 Brown sugar, 1 Cream cheese

DC: 17

Servings: 8

Restores 2d10 hit points and gives creatures advantage on Stealth and Sleight of Hand rolls.


Tasha's Caustic Pizza

Pizza topped with loads of meat and a few other things.

Ingredients: 1 Flour, 1 Water, 1 Yeast, 1 Tomato, 3 Herb, 1 Salt, 3 of any Meats, 1 Mushroom, 1 Cheese.

DC: 11

Servings: 6

Restores 4d6 hit points and allows creatures to cast Tasha's Caustic Brew once.


Eggs Benedict

Egg served over ham and muffin with hollandaise.

Prerequisite: Classically Trained subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Bacon, 3 Egg, 2 Butter, 1 Vinegar, 1 Herb, 1 Salt, 1 Lemon, 1 Cornmeal, 1 Flour, 1 Sugar, 1 Milk, 1 Water, 1 Yeast.

DC: 14

Servings: 2

Restores: 4d10 hit points and allows creatures to cast Faerie Fire once.


Pho

Rice noodle soup with vegetables and meats.

Ingredients: 1 Broth, 1 Noodle, 2 of any Vegetable, 1 Egg, 1 of any Meat or Seafood.

DC: 14

Servings: 1

Restores 2d8 hit points and lets creatures cast Giant Insect once.


Fruity Sugar Clusters

Gummy candy coated in fruit sugar.

Ingredients: 4 Sugar, 1 Gelatin, 1 of any Fruit

DC: 14

Servings: 20

Restores 1d6 hit points and an additional 12 temporary hit points. Those do not stack.


5th Level

Orange Sorbet

Delicious frozen orange juice.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 6 Orange, 1 Lemon, 1 Sugar, 2 Water

DC: 14

Servings: 3

Restores: 2d8 hit points and casts Armor of Agathys on creatures.


Ravenloft Cheesecake

Creamy cake made primarily with cream cheese.

Prerequisites: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 4 Cream cheese, 1 Graham cracker, 2 Butter, 2 Sugar, 1 Salt, 1 Flour, 1 Vanilla, 1 Lemon, 3 Egg

DC: 15

Servings: 3

Restores 3d6 and lets creatures cast Erupting Earth once.


Poutine

Fries covered in gravy and cheese.

Ingredients: 2 Potato, 1 Cheese, 1 Milk, 1 Butter, 1 Flour

DC: 15

Servings: 4

Restores 2d6 hit points and casts Death Ward on creature.


Wildemount Roll

Sushi roll filled with crab, cucumber, and avocado.

Prerequisite: Hibachi Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Rice, 1 Seaweed, 1 Crab, 1 Cucumber, 1 Avocado.

DC: 14

Servings: 2

Restores 2d20 hit points and allows creatures to cast Prestidigitation for 10 minutes.


Paella

A seafood rice dish primarily using saffron.

Prerequisite: Classically Trained subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Rice, 1 Mussel, 1 Shrimp, 1 Squid, 1 White Wine, 1 Olive Oil, 1 Saffron, 1 Herb, 1 Onion, 1 Bell Pepper, 1 Pea, 1 Tomato, 1 Broth

DC: 13

Servings: 4

Restores: 3d20 hit points and allows creatures to cast Sleep once.


Black Sun Steak

High quality steak with a savory marinade.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Steak, 2 Spice, 1 Salt, 1 Vinegar, 1 Soy Sauce, 1 Worcestershire

DC: 16

Servings: 1

Restores 2d12 hit points and casts Blur on the creature.


Apple Pie

Spiced apples stuffed into a crust and baked.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 3 Apple, 2 Spice, 1 Sugar, 1 Salt, 1 Flour, 1 Butter, 1 Water.

DC: 18

Servings: 6

Restores 6d6 hit points and allows creatures to cast Plant Growth once.


Sashimi Platter

Wide array of fish sliced up and served raw.

Prerequisite: Hibachi Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 8 of any Fish.

DC: 17

Servings: 4

Restores 1d100 hit points.


6th Level

Baked Alaska

Ice cream and cake topped with brown meringue.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass

Ingredients: 1 Milk, 1 Egg, 4 Sugar, 1 Cream, 3 Flour, 1 Vanilla

DC: 11

Servings: 1

Restores 4d6 hit points. At the start of the creature's next turn, they regain 1d10 hit points.


Lobster Bisque

Heart soup of lobster and vegetables.

Prerequisites: Classically Trained subclass.

Ingredients: 2 Lobster, 1 Butter, 1 Carrot, 2 Herb, 1 Onion, 2 Broth, 1 Salt, 2 Spice, 1 Tomato, 1 Garlic, 1 White wine, 1 Cream.

DC: 16

Servings: 2

Restores 6d4 hit points and lets creatures cast Insect Swarm (flavored as tiny lobsters) once.


Coconut Macarons

Delicious fluffy balls of coconut.

Prerequisite: Pastry Chef subclass.

Ingredients: 2 Coconut, 1 Milk, 1 Vanilla, 1 Egg, 1 Salt

DC: 16

Servings: 10

Restores 4d6 hit points and grants 10 additional temporary hit points. These do not stack.


Glazed Pork Chops

Grilled pork chops that have been marinated in a citrus and worcestershire mixture.

Prerequisite: Grill Master subclass.

Ingredients: 1 Pork, 1 Vinegar, 1 Ketchup, 2 Orange, 1 Brown sugar, 1 Worcestershire, 1 Garlic, 1 Salt, 1 Herb

DC: 14

Servings: 2

Restores 3d8 hit points and casts Death Ward on creatures.


Fisherman's Basket

A heaping helping of fried seafood.

Ingredients: 6 of any Seafood, 1 Salt, 3 Spice, 1 Flour, 1 Egg, 1 Beer, 1 Cornstarch.

DC: 14

Servings: 3

Restores 3d10 hit points and allows creatures to cast Grease once.


7th Level

Fugu

Pufferfish served raw with a side of rice.

Prerequisites: Classically Trained subclass

Ingredients: 1 Pufferfish, 1 Salt, 1 Rice

DC: 14

Servings: 1

Restores 2d12 hit points and grants immunity to poison for 10 minutes. Failed Dishes created from this recipe deal 4d20 poison damage.


Crème Brule

Delicious desert made with flambé.

Prerequisites: Pastry Chef subclass

Ingredients: 1 Cream, 1 Salt, 4 Egg, 1 Sugar, 1 Vanilla.

DC: 18

Servings: 2

Restores 4d10 hit points and allows creatures to cast Fireball once.


Beef Wellington

Beef tenderloin wrapped in prosciutto and puff pastry.

Ingredients: 1 Beef, 1 Prosciutto, 1 Egg, 1 Garlic, 2 Herb, 2 Butter, 1 Bacon, 1 Mushroom, 1 Olive Oil, 1 Mustard, 1 Salt, 1 Flour, 1 Water

DC: 16

Servings: 6

Restores 12d10 hit points.


Steamed Mussels

Shellfish served in a white wine sauce over pasta.

Ingredients: 1 Mussel, 1 Butter, 1 Green Onion, 1 Garlic, 1 Broth, 1 White Wine, 1 Pasta, 1 Salt, 1 Herb.

DC: 10

Servings: 2

Restores 3d12 hit points and grants resistance to slashing and piercing damage for 10 minutes.


Volo's Monstrous Roll

Sushi roll filled with spicy crab, avocado, and cucumber. Topped with spicy tuna and red chili sauce.

Prerequisite: Hibachi Chef subclass

Ingredients: 1 Rice, 1 Seaweed, 2 Spice, 1 Crab, 1 Tuna, 1 Avocado, 1 Chili Pepper, 1 Cucumber

DC: 15

Servings: 2

Restores 3d6 hit points and casts Fire Shield (warm) on creatures.

Multiclassing[edit]

Prerequisites. To qualify for multiclassing into the Battle Chef class, you must meet these prerequisites: Intelligence of 13 or higher

Proficiencies. When you multiclass into the Battle Chef class, you gain the following proficiencies: Cook's utensils

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