1. Make frozen yoghurt sorbet
During the weekend I love to splash out a little and treat myself. However this frozen yoghurt sorbet doesn’t even really count as a “treat food” because it’s so healthy! Full of fruit and a little greek yoghurt, it’s a perfect way to get some calcium and a serve of fruit. See here for the recipe.
2. Plant a herb garden
You don’t need a big garden to grow herbs and they add so much flavour to foods. Get some pots, good quality potting mix and start a herb garden on you’re front porch, or apartment balcony. Parsley is perfect with eggs, basil is good with home made pizza and tomato based dishes, coriander is delicious with curries and mint is lovely in water with sliced lemon.
3. Find somewhere lovely to go for a walk
Don’t let the weekend be an excuse for being inactive. Change up your routine and find somewhere different to go for a walk. Find a beach, a lake, a walking track in the bush or even just a new neighbourhood to explore. Check out this site to find tracks and walks in your area. Wonder Walkers is also a good website to find walks.
4.Try a new recipe
Most people switch between around 7-10 recipes. Take some time to look through recipe books or food blogs to find something new to add to you’re recipe routine. Eating a variety of foods is necessary to get a range of nutrients we need for good health.