Custom Mealery Mod

What is Custom Mealery Mod

Custom Mealery Mod for Minecraft 1.11.2, 1.11, 1.10.2, 1.9.4, 1.8.9, 1.7.10 –

Custom Mealery Mod is a small simple mod that allows you to configure your own food and meals by just making a simple config file for them. (Requires Forge)

When you start with the mod the first time, a “_template.json” file will be created inside the “config/custommealery” folder. This will contain an example of all the possible configuration options for food, this file can be seen below.

    id: 590,
    nameid: "shinyBread",
    name: "Shiny Bread",
    texture: "minecraft:diamond",
    colorOverlay: {
        red: 150,
        green: 255,
        blue, 100,
    eatTime: 12,
    healAmount: 2,
    saturationModifier: 0.3,

    isWolfsFavoriteMeat: false,
    rarity: "epic",
    hasEffect: true,

    isAlwaysEdible: true,
    maxStackSize: 1,
    damageValue: 8,

            potionid: 1,
            probability: 1.0,
            duration: 3,
            amplifier: 2

            potionid: 2,
            probability: 1.0,
            duration: 5,
            amplifier: 2
    craftingRecipe: {
        recipeResultAmount: 4,

    furnaceRecipe: {
            recipeResultAmount: 4,
            inputid: 264,
            inputmeta: 1,
            experience: 4


Only the first three values (id, nameid, name) must be available, the others are optional.

When you define your own food, you can use any folder structure you want, as long as it resides in the “config/custommealery” folder and ends with “.json”. (All files not ending with “.json” or with “_” as a prefix will be ignored.)
Icons can be added by adding a png file with the name nameid as filename, and it must reside in the same folder as your json file for that food item. Icons can optionally also be defined by referring to texture packs.

So if you for example make a meal with the nameid ‘shinyBread’, a possible folder structure could be:


Note: As you can see here, mcmeta files are also allowed, so animated icons are possible!

Custom Mealery Mod Review:


Custom Mealery Mod installing instruction:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge
  • Download the mod.
  • Head to %appdata%.
  • Head to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • Drag and put the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
  • If it does not exist, you can create one.
  • Finish

Credit: kroeser

Download Mods

File Name Status Version Downloads Date
CustomMealery-1.6.4-1.2.1b-7.jar beta 1.6.4 249 21/07/2018
CustomMealery-1.7.2-1.2.0b-2.jar beta 1.7.2 239 21/07/2018
CustomMealery-1.7.2-1.2.1b-3.jar beta 1.7.10 822 21/07/2018
Custom Mealery Mod 1.12.2 Updating 1.12.2 Updating Updating
Custom Mealery Mod 1.12.1 Updating 1.12.1 Updating Updating
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Custom Mealery Mod 1.8.9 Updating 1.8.9 Updating Updating
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