Ingredients First At Home: Meals To Try This Week Share Article: Being busy shouldn’t be a detriment to our eating habits, but for most of us it means take-out or frozen meals, which generally aren’t the healthiest options. Today we’re sharing three easy recipes we can’t wait to try at home. Photo & recipe by: @thehealthymaven To cut back on carbs, try replacing pasta for zucchini noodles, and this Lemon Herb Zucchini Noodle Salad with a 10 minute prep time sounds easy enough to make any night of the week. #YUM Photo & recipe by: @halfbakedharvest Eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to cut out pizza entirely. This Springtime Pizza with Chipotle Romesco, Eggs + Shaved Asparagus Salad will be well worth with the kneading and the 1 hour rising time. Treat yourself to your favorite dish by customizing your pie, and if you’re really trying to look out for your summer body, we’d say cut back on the cheese. (Or not.) Photo & recipe by: @minutritionist Lastly, what’s a meal without dessert? Satisfy your sweet tooth cravings with this Frozen Yogurt Bark recipe. Everything in moderation is key, right? But hey, it’s yogurt and fruit after all. Have another piece. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Beach Club Member Spotlight: Monica Simon Introducing Beach Club Member, Monica Simon. Monica is a Wealth Manager and Financial Advisor. View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel South Beach Our People How You Can Stop Global Warming Written by Melissa Denchak. Article provided by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Read the original story here. Healing the planet starts in your garage, in your kitchen, and at your dining-room table. View Story Tagged as 1 Promise Beach Club Member Spotlight: Dan Fingerhut Each month we will introduce you to a new Beach Club Member with our Member Spotlight Series, to help you get a glimpse in to the community we’re building. If you’re interested in becoming a Beach Club Member, apply to join today. View Story Tagged as Daylife 1 Hotel South Beach Our People To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.