Since Eevee’s debut in the first-generation of Pokemon games, the cute normal-type creature has remained one of the most popular Pokemon in existence. Whether it’s due to its cute looks or potential to evolve into Pokemon of many different types, Eevee’s popularity has seen it become the subject of merchandise and featured as one of the starter Pokemon in the upcoming Pokemon Let’s Go games. Considering Eevee’s popularity, it’s no surprise Pokemon Quest players may want to add it to their collection, and here is how to do it.

To catch Pokemon in Pokemon Quest, players need to cook specific recipes at base camp that will lure the Pokemon they want. There are many different ingredient combinations players can cook to make different recipes, but there are only some that will help players catch an Eevee.

To catch Eevee in Pokemon Quest, players can cook Mulligan Stew a la Cube with five Big Roots or Red Stew a la Cube with five Big Roots. However, the best way to catch Eevee is by cooking Plain Crepe a la Cube, as almost all of the possible ways to cook it has a chance of luring the Pokemon to base camp. With that in mind, here are all the Plain Crepe a la Cube ingredient combinations players should try if they hope to catch Eevee:


  • 2x Bluk Berry, 2x Fossil, Honey
  • 2x Bluk Berry, Fossil, Honey, Balm Mushroom
  • 2x Bluk Berry, Honey, Balm Mushroom
  • Fossil, 3x Honey, Balm Mushroom
  • 3x Honey, 2x Balm Mushroom

Honey is a key ingredient in all of the recipes listed above, so players will want to know the best ways to farm Honey if they hope to maximize their Eevee-catching potential.

Out of all the Pokemon in Pokemon Quest, players will need to catch more Eevees than anything else to fully complete their collection. That’s because Eevee can evolve into Flareon, Jolteon, or Vaporeon, so if players want to have all 151 original Pokemon, they will need to catch a minimum of four Eevees.

Luckily, players are able to influence which Pokemon Eevee will evolve into. Evolving Eevee in Pokemon Quest all has to deal with its stats when it hits level 36. If Eevee’s attack stat is higher than its HP, it will evolve into Flareon at level 36, but if its HP stat is higher than its attack, it will evolve into Vaporeon instead. If its attack and HP stats are roughly the same (about 50 points from each other), then Eevee will evolve into Jolteon.

Now that players know how to catch Eevee and evolve it into each of its three first-generation forms, they should have less trouble completing their Pokedex of cube-shaped Pokemon.

Pokemon Quest is out now for Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch.