If you want to travel quickly in Minecraft, you’ll probably need a mode of transportation like a Balloon. Introduced back in the chemistry update, players can use Balloons in Minecraft for many purposes like decorating the house, making animals fly, and obviously for faster transportation from one place to another.

However, it’s worth noting Balloons are only available in Minecraft’s education edition; hence don’t forget to enable it. Moreover, always remember to tie Balloons. Otherwise, they’ll simply float away.

At this point, you are probably aware of the Balloons in Minecraft. But, the ultimate question is how to make balloons in Minecraft? Without further ado, let’s take a look at the recipe for the same.

How to make a balloon in Minecraft

Before moving forward to the balloon’s recipe, we want you to know the items required to craft it. Here are the materials that you’ll need:

  1. Latex: Place 5 carbon and 8 hydrogen in the compound creator and latex will appear on the right.
  2. Dye: Players can get it by melting and blending flowers, beetroot and sea picles in crafting table.
  3. Lead: It can be obtained by crafting slime ball and strings in the crafting table.
  4. Helium: A element constructor is required to produce Helium in Minecraft

Once you have all these four ingredients, place them on the crafting table as shown in the image below to make balloons in Minecraft.

How to make balloons in Minecraft
Minecraft’s Balloon Recipe

Tip: Refer to the periodic table to know the exact number of protons, electrons, and neutrons required to make Carbon, Hydrogen and Helium, 


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