Don’t hate me but the recipe I’m about to share is so good, you’ll want it every day. This recipe is courtesy of Icelandic Provisions and was created by chef Nick Korbee of Egg Shop and it’s my greatest pleasure to share it with you. Get ready for a drool worthy recipe. As you’ll soon see, there are a lot of ingredients in this breakfast bowl that are good for you but you’ll be so focused on the taste that you won’t even realize it. Speaking of ingredients. I do believe I’m becoming a chia seeds queen, in my own right. I make chai seeds drinks, I secretly feed them to my daughters chickens who believe themselves to be dogs and want scraps from the table, and I’m even going to try adding some to some homemade jam, I am.
Get your chai seeds ready and gather the rest of your ingredients to begin.
Skyr Breakfast Bowl
1/2 c. dried cherries
1/2 c. pumpkin seeds
1/4 c. red quinoa
1/4 c. raw cashews
1/4 c. chia seeds
2 tbsp. dried coconut
2 tbsp. maple syrup
2 tbsp. coconut oil
1 pinch sea salt
1 white peach, pitted
2 Italian sugar plums, pitted
3-5 mirabelle plums, pitted
1 tbsp. raw sugar
1 tsp. dried lavender
2 tbsp. vodka
How to Make It
Chop all pitted stone fruit into bite-sized pieces. Toss fruit in sugar, lavender, and vodka. Rest covered at room temperature for 20 minutes or refrigerate overnight.
For granola, pulse dried cherries in food processor until finely chopped, almost paste-like. Add nuts, chia, and quinoa, and briefly pulse until combined. Add coconut oil, maple syrup, and sea salt. Pulse entire mixture until fully incorporated.
Add ½ cup *Skyr to bowl. Top with ¼ cup macerated stone fruit and sprinkle with raw granola.
For those of you who are not familiar with Icelandic Provisions Skyr, please click my link for information and flavors available.
Icelandic Provisions Skyr is a creamier version of yogurt and we all know what yogurt is, right? Unlike yogurt though, Icelandic Provisions Skyr is made with 33% less sugar and 20% more protein. You won’t find any other Skyr product in the US that’s made with the treasured and unique heirloom cultures straight from Iceland to produce its one-of-a-kind texture and delicious taste.
“Icelandic Provisions Skyr is gluten-free and vegetarian friendly, and does not contain artificial preservatives, thickeners, sweeteners, flavors or colors and has no GMO ingredients.”
Have you tried Icelandic Skyr before? If not, which flavor would you be most interested in trying first?
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I made a print version for this recipe because it’s print worthy. As you can probably tell, this is the first time I’ve made one. I’ll get better at it ;).
Disclosure: I was granted permission from Icelandic Provisions to share this delicious Skyr Breakfast Bowl Recipe with you. This post is not sponsored in any way.
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