Healthy Peach Frozen Icelandic Provisions Skyr

I am absolutely crazy about this delicious summer treat. With Labor day weekend coming up, this dessert is great because it takes the idea of frozen yogurt to a whole other level! It keeps you out of the kitchen, comes together in 5 minutes and is so cool and refreshing.  It’s so easy to make, you can teach your kids to do it (or have them do it themselves while you relax!)

Many of you ask, “What is Skyr?”.  Of course, you know that its a nocrumbsleft favorite!  it’s a cultured dairy product. is to Iceland as Champagne is to France and it’s been a provision of Icelanders for more than 1000 years.  What makes Icelandic Provisions Skyr unique is that it’s the only one that is made from ancient heirloom cultures.   These cultures combined with the nearly 4 cups of milk it takes to make just one cup of Skyr is what gives Icelandic Provisions Skyr its delicious, thick and creamy texture and unique flavor that’s never sour, like yogurt.

I am so proud to partner with Icelandic Provisions because they make such a clean and healthful product.  It’s packed with more protein than yogurt and less sugar and it’s non GMO, which I love.  And with so many flavors, you can find a combination of Icelandic Provisions Skyr and fruit to make this fabulous dessert your own.

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Healthy Peach Frozen Icelandic Provisions Skyr

  • Author: nocrumbsleft
  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Cook Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 10 min
  • Yield: 4 servings


  • 1 16 oz bag of frozen peaches
  • 3 Tbsp honey
  • 1/2 cup Icelandic Provisions Peach Cloudberry Skyr
  • 1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1/4 tsp lemon rind, grated


Add the frozen peaches (make sure that they are separated and not in frozen clumps), honey, Skyr, lemon juice to the food processor and blend until creamy, without opening or taking the lid off, about 5 minutes. If there are still chunks of peaches, blend for another minute until smooth.  If you’d like to add berries, tumble them in and fold in gently once you have removed the dessert from the food processor.

Serve immediately.  Delicious on its own or topped with more fruit like fresh blueberries, sliced bananas, chocolate shavings or coconut.

Store any leftovers in an airtight container for up to a month.


Variations: Plain Skyr with peaches and frozen blackberries; Peach Cloudberry Skyr and frozen blueberries; Raspberry Skyr and frozen plums; Vanilla Skyr with frozen nectarines; Vanilla Skyr with frozen strawberries and bananas; Cherry black Currant with frozen banana

5 thoughts on “Healthy Peach Frozen Icelandic Provisions Skyr

  1. Stupid question….but save in the freezer?

  2. Hi Teri!
    midwinter.heart (on Instagram) here and this is SUPER! Finally made some in my Vitamix since I do not have a food processor. It blended up perfectly and the only variation is that I let the ingredients sit for about 8 minutes first. Thank you.
    Kathrine (pronounced Katrina – I am Danish originally)

  3. I got here because i googled skyr after eating some strawberry and lingonberry skyr from icelandic provisions. I thought that i was going to be eating yogurt, but after the first bite i was like holly f’ing S what is this? It is way better than any yogurt i have ever had. Its thick and creamy and not sour at all which means that even though there is way less sugar it is still amazing. The thing is i almost only eat noosa yogurt and i just bought some and though i better eat this weird stuff my wife bought before it goes bad because it was in my fridge for almost a month. The skyr is different and wonderful and amazing. Im going to make your stupid frozen skyr bs and try it out im sure it is going to be good but i don’t see how this can possibly taste any better though. I feel like going my whole life without eating skyr is the same as trying cheese for the first time at 40. Why is yogurt even a thing when skyr is on the table?

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