Red Strawberry Boilies 31

Red Strawberry Boilies 31 are a nice, simple boilie recipe that anyone can make an enjoy. It is also very effective.

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Red Strawberry Boilies 31 are super easy to make. They have a few ingredients that you will need to gather up, but the end result is pretty nice. Most of these items you may already have in your kitchen. It’s a simple boilie but an effective one. We have used similar boilie recipes in the past with solid results. This is a good boilie recipe that should give you some confidence at the lake. Happy Carping!

Red Strawberry Boilies 31

This is an easy, homemade strawberry boilie recipe for those that need something easy.

Not For Human Consumption.

This recipe is intended for fishing purposes only.

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Prep Time 2 hours
Set Up Time 1 day
Total Time 1 day 2 hours
Predicted Cost (US): $20.00
Course BaitMixes
Cuisine Fish Bait

Additional Information:

Bait Base: Cereal
Bait Type: Boilie
Fish Type: Carp
Best Used: Anytime
Water Type: Lake or Pond
Servings 120 Boilies


  • 1 Large Pot (For boiling water.)
  • 1 Drying Rack (Or a reasonable substitute.)
  • 1 Towel (For drying hands or to set wet boilies on at first.)
  • 1 Food Processor (Or something to grind/blend food to a smaller size.)
  • 1 Large Bowl (For hand kneading the dough.)
  • 1 Slotted Spoon (For scooping boilies from the hot water.)
  • 1 Measuring Cup (That will measure 2 cups at a time.)
  • 1 Measuring Spoon (For measuring smaller additives.)
  • 1 Plate (A regular sized plate will do.)


  • 8 Cups Corn Flakes (Uncrushed for measuring.) (Any brand.)
  • 1/4 Cup All Purpose Flour
  • 2 Medium Eggs
  • 7.4 oz. Cream Corn (About half a can.)
  • .44 oz. Strawberry Kool-Aid (Two packets.)
  • 1/8 Cup Sugar
  • 1 tsp. Corn Oil
  • 1 Tbs. Liquid Strawberry Flavoring (Any kind will do.)


  • Grind up 8 cups of Corn Flakes and pour into a bowl.
  • Pour in 1/4 cup of Flour.
  • Separately, Mix together 2 medium eggs (No shell), 7.4 ounces of cream corn, 2 packs of Kool-Aid, 1/8 cup of sugar, 1 tsp. of corn oil and 1 Tbs. of liquid strawberry flavoring and place all of this into a food processor and blend well.
  • Once you have blended the liquid parts and flavoring, dump all of that into the bowl with the ground corn flakes and flour and knead into a dough ball. Once the dough is rigid enough to mold into small balls, start forming your boilies and place them on a plate. You may use a 1/4 tsp. measuring scoop to help you scoop the balls from the large dough ball to maintain roughly the same size if need be.
  • You should be able to create roughly 120 dough balls, give or take, depending on the size you make them.
  • Boil you a large pot of water on the stove. Be very careful not to get burned of course. Seek help doing this if you are not an adult or inexperienced, for safety.
  • Place all of the rolled boilie balls into the boiling pot of water and let them boil for about 3 minutes. You will know they are done once they all float to the surface of the water.
  • Then remove the balls and place them on a cloth or drying rack and let them dry for about 24 hours at room temperature.
  • After the 24 hours, take them and place them into sandwich bags for storage. They are ready to use.


This is a nice little simple boilie recipe I think you will enjoy.  It has a nice vibrant red color as well.  

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