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Aloe Vera Smoothie with Avocado and Spinach

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Need some organic green power to boost your energy for your Black Friday shopping spree?  Or do you have a hangover from the late night or encountering an energy-sapping day in the office?

If you feel that you’re really down on the energy level, you probably need some kind of a energizing reboot. Perfect! Here is the awesome green smoothie power that comes to give you that much needed kick – physically and spiritually. We have personally tried this recipe and can vouch for its therapeutic effect, and we had one right after an intensive workout in the gym.

Aloe vera and coconut water gives you the hydrating effect, while lemon juice flushes the poisonous toxins from your body. If you worry that you have too much sodium buildup from the heavy dinner the previous night, don’t worry! The ultra high level of potassium in the banana as well as coconut water come to the rescue – guarantee to retune your internal system, at least for a day! Your body will say a big thank you to you in the end.

Here is the list of ingredients

– 1 cup chopped spinach
– 1 frozen banana
– 1/4 cup mashed avocado
– 1 cup coconut water
– 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice
– 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
– 2 to 3 dashes of cayenne pepper
– 1/4 cup coconut water ice cubes


Simple. Just combine all ingredients in a blender and blend till smooth. Need a solid blender for this all important task? This is the model that we use to do the trick – the Breville 840.

Let’s make some aloe juice!


2 thoughts

  • Avatar for Aloe
    January 29, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    recipe on a smoothie I have but would like to know the calorie intake

    • Avatar for Aloe
      February 26, 2018 at 6:00 am

      No details on exact calorie amount. But should not be high. Estimated to be around 200 plus for 1 cup for this recipe.

      – 100g of banana is about 90 calories.
      – 100g of spinach is about 23 calories
      – 100g of spinach is about 160 calories, ie 40 for 1/4


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