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The Carrots in Ocarina of Time
Main appearance(s)
Other appearance(s)
Speeding up while riding a Horse
Restoring hearts
Increasing Link's movement speed
Extra stamina

Carrots are recurring Objects in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]


Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask

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In Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, a meter consisting of six Carrot appears while riding a Horse. The number of remaining Carrots represent the number of times Link can whip the Horse to make it gallop.[2] Carrots successively regenerate 3 seconds after the last whipping. If all 6 Carrots are exhausted, they regenerate simultaneously after roughly 7 seconds.

Four Swords Adventures

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In Four Swords Adventures, Carrots can be collected to increase the speed of the Links' Horses. Obtaining a Carrot without a Horse will instantly grant the Links a Horse. Carrots only appear in The Field stage and the Tingle's Tower minigame, Bucking Broncos.

Breath of the Wild

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BotW Endura Carrot Icon.png

In Breath of the Wild, Carrots appear in two different varieties, Swift Carrots and Endura Carrots. Uncooked Swift Carrots restore half of a heart each. When cooked into a dish, they add a "Hasty" bonus which temporarily increases Link's movement speed. Uncooked Endura Carrots restore two hearts each and when cooked into a dish, grant Link extra maximum Stamina. Swift Carrots look like ordinary orange Carrots, while Endura Carrots are bifurcated with a lighter orange hue.

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors Legends

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In Hyrule Warriors Legends, Carrots appear as Plant-type Food. They are imbued with the Lightning Element. When consumed by a Companion Fairy in the Dining Room of the My Fairy mode, Carrots can increase the Fairy's Trust level and personality traits.


  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 119 (FSA)
  2. "Use Circle Pad to make it run. Once it starts running, press A Button to tap it with the whip. It will speed up!" — Ingo (Ocarina of Time 3D)