Hooray for Iceland! I’m absolutely delighted that Iceland is in The World Cup. Just a reminder that tomorrow they are playing Croatia at 2pm EST and it’s their last chance to advance — all of us @nocrumbsleft and your friends at Icelandic Provisions would love everyone’s support in cheering them on. You can show your support using the hashtag #IAmAnIcelander on Instagram and CLICK HERE to print our your DIY Cheering Kit!
I’m delighted to be partnering with Icelandic Provisions because I’m crazy about their Skyr! I’m a gal who prioritizes clean and healthful eating, and that’s exactly what it is. Skyr is authentically Icelandic and is to Iceland as Champagne is to France. As an ingredient in cooking, it helps take food from ordinary to extraordinary. The heirloom cultures give Icelandic Provisions Skyr its unique and distinct taste and texture. It’s loaded with protein and is low in sugar.
Click HERE to find Icelandic Provisions Skyr near you or to order it online through Amazon Fresh or Instacart. It can be found in grocery stores such as Whole Foods, Target, Kroger, Sprouts, Ralphs, Jewel Osco, Acme, Meijer, and many more!
The new Key Lime flavor is a great idea for breakfast, but I chose to incorporate it into a healthful treat. The summer snack I came up with is fun to eat, guilt-free, and helps to keep the heat out of the kitchen. I added berries and peaches, but use your own favorite local and in-season fruits and make it your way.
- Measuring spoons and measuring cups
- Large mixing bowl
- Food processor or blender
- Popsicle mold with sticks
These dreamsicles are the perfect summer treat!
- 2 packages Icelandic Provisions Key Lime Skyr
- 1/2 cup fruit, macerated (peaches, nectarines, plums or other summer fruit)
- 1 cup fruit, including peaches cut into small pieces and small whole raspberries
- 1 heaping tsp honey
- Popsicle mold
- Popsicle sticks
- Macerate fruit by hand or in a food processor or blender.
- In a large bowl, mix the Skyr, macerated fruit and honey together. Stir to combine.
- Place some chopped fruit into the bottom of the popsicle mold, then spoon in some Skyr mixture. Repeat until the mold is full.
- Insert popsicle sticks and freeze for about 5 hours.
- Remove and Serve. *
Depending on what type of mold you use, removing the frozen pops can be a challenge. Fill your sink with warm water (not hot). Dip the whole mold (almost to the top) into the water for about 15 seconds. Remove the mold out of the water, then carefully and slowly pull the pops from the mold. If they are still difficult to remove, place in the warm water for another 10 seconds.
After removing, place on a sheet tray, return to freezer for a few minutes, then remove and serve.
Keywords: homemade popsicles, summer treat, light dessert