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Aldi Ireland Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With Healthy Hacks For Kids

By Sarah O'Sullivan
Aldi Ireland Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With Healthy Hacks For Kids

Aldi Ireland has revealed their tips for eating green this St. Patrick’s Day with healthy hacks for kids.

While it can often be a challenge to make sure children eat their vegetables, it is important to incorporate them into their diets.

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Aldi has a selection of offers across fruit and vegetables until 13 March.

Nature’s Pick Cucumber is down from €0.75 to €0.59, baby potatoes are down from €0.99 to €0.59, and avocados are down from €2.19 to €1.29.

Aldi remains committed to encouraging healthy habits and offering fresh options that won’t break the bank.


The retailer has compiled a selection of hacks to make eating vegetables easier for the whole family.

After all, St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t have to just be about wearing green, it can be about eating green too.


  1. Blend vegetables into soup.

Easy, quick, and perfect for these not-so-warm Spring days. From creamy butternut squash soup to hearty potato and leek, soup is the perfect solution to sneak extra nutrients in. To make a meal out of it, add Village Bakery Bake at Home White Dinner Rolls (€1.79).

  1. Make a smoothie.

If fruit keeps returning from school in lunchboxes, put it to use instead of throwing it away. Famously versatile, you can add bananas, kiwis, mangoes, berries or whatever else you like. One 125ml serving counts as one of their five a day.

  1. Add vegetables to their favourite meals.

A new vegetable-heavy dish can be daunting, so add vegetables to their favourite dishes. Classics such as spaghetti Bolognese, lasagne or shepherd’s pie can be enhanced with finely cut carrots, celery, onions, or even spinach.


  1. Cut fruits into fun shapes.

Make snacks into a feast for the eyes. Eating fruit can be more fun for little ones when cut into the shape of a heart, star, or even a festive shamrock. Plate them creatively for added fun.

  1. Sneak vegetables into baked treats.

Make homemade oat bars, courgette muffins or sweet potato pancakes to slip extra nutrition into children’s’ treats.

  1. Choose colourful fruit.

If your child finds fruit boring, mix it up with bright colours incorporating mangoes, blueberries, oranges, strawberries, watermelons, kiwis and grapes. Consider making a rainbow fruit bowl so they can try them all.

Read More: Aldi Ireland Highlights Affordable Vegetables, To Eat Healthily This Winter

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