Peachy Peach

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This article is about the item resembling a peach. For the fruit, see Peach (fruit). For the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, see Princess Peach. For Princess Peach's infant form, see Baby Peach.
Peachy Peach
A Peachy Peach in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Peachy Peach SPM.png
The Thousand-Year Door description Fruit found in Twilight Town. Replenishes 1 HP and 2 FP.
Super Paper Mario description A succulent peach. Restores 10 HP and cures poison.

Peachy Peaches are a fruit found in both Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario. The Peachy Peach is a restorative item, and its effects can be improved through cooking. Peachy Peaches can combine with other items. Some items can even become higher quality versions of themselves as a result of a combination with a Peachy Peach. Peachy Peaches themselves can be created as the result of a failed cooking attempt, usually involving an offensive item such as the Fire Flower.

The Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door version of the item restores only one Health Point and two Flower Points on its own. The Twilight Town innkeeper leaves a Peachy Peach on the table as thanks to Mario and his partners for staying at his inn.

In Super Paper Mario, the fruit's restorative power is greater than in the previous game; it heals ten HP and cures Poison. When he chooses the Flower package, Mario can flip into 3D to find a Peachy Peach left for him and his partners when they stay at Inga's Inn. They can also buy the item for 19 coins from Flimm or for 25 coins at the Itty Bits store in the Dotwood Tree. During Chapter 7, Princess Peach temporarily turns into a Peachy Peach if she eats a Pink Apple to wake her from the slumber, which a Golden Apple has given her in The Overthere. Cyrrus also turns into a Peachy Peach if the player gives him a pink Apple while trying to make him big.


Recipe Result Game appearance(s)
Peachy Peach Fresh Juice Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Ruin Powder + Peachy Peach Heartful Cake
Mushroom + Peachy Peach Zess Dinner (International)
Mistake (Japan)
Life Shroom + Peachy Peach
Volt Shroom + Peachy Peach Zess Dinner
Super Shroom + Peachy Peach
Ultra Shroom + Peachy Peach Zess Special (International)
Zess Dinner (Japan)
Jammin' Jelly + Peachy Peach Fruit Parfait
Keel Mango + Peachy Peach
Honey Syrup + Peachy Peach
Maple Syrup + Peachy Peach
Peachy Peach + Cake Mix Peach Tart Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario
Peachy Peach Peach Juice Super Paper Mario
Snow Cone + Peachy Peach Fruit Parfait
Mushroom Crepe + Peachy Peach Fruity Cake
Keel Mango + Peachy Peach Fruity Punch
Shroom Shake + Peachy Peach Fruity Shroom
Long-Last Shake + Peachy Peach Gradual Syrup
Power Steak + Peachy Peach Fruity Hamburger

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ピチピーチ[1]
Pichi Pīchi
Pun on "peach" and「ピチピチ」(pichipichi, Japanese term meaning "energetic" used for young women)

French Pêche
German Pfirsich
Italian Pescotta
Big Peach
Korean 복복숭아

Spanish Melocotón


  1. ^ Mario in Japan: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved July 6, 2016.