Kid-friendly Aloe Smoothie This smoothie is a great way to get your kids to take in a variety of fruits and nutrients naturally. Whether you’re looking for an evening snack once they’re back from school or a quick breakfast idea when they’re running late in the morning, this recipe will have your back! Apart from the fruits, we also added some superfoods into this recipe. The first one is aloe vera. It’s probably already part of your skin routine. But did you know that apart from improving skin health, consuming aloe vera also aids digestion and boosts immunity due to its high antioxidant content? It also helps to flush out toxins from the body and boost memory. The next superhero – dates! They are a rich source of minerals like iron, calcium and magnesium. They also contain vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin K, B6 and A. Dates promote bone health and strengthen the nervous system, which are highly essential for growing kids. Plus, they naturally sweeten the smoothie. Oats are another nutritional powerhouse in this recipe. They are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants. Fibre helps to keep you full for longer periods of time and release energy over sustained periods. If you’re having trouble getting the kids to eat oatmeal for breakfast, this smoothie is your chance to make it happen! Kid-Friendly Aloe Smoothie Print Recipe Pin Recipe Total Time 5 mins Course Breakfast, evening snack Calories 309 kcal Ingredients 2 tsp LVL aloe vera¼ cup chilled almond milk 1 cup = 240 ml1 apple cut and peeled6 seedless dates2 mini mandarin oranges1 banana frozen⅓ strawberries 1 cup = 150g½ cup rolled oats 1 cup = 90gToppings:50g fruit of choice (banana/strawberry/blueberries) Instructions Place all ingredients in a food blender and mix until smooth.Add in the toppings and enjoy the smoothie! Keyword aloe, easy, kid-friendly, vegan Grab yours now! 100% Aloe Vera Powder SGD 21.90 — or subscribe and save 25% Add To Bag Our 100 % organic aloe vera powder is vegan-friendly, gluten-free and non-GMO! If you love aloe vera and you wan’t to incorporate it into your diet, try making immunity shot (Yes, it’s to boost your immunity!).