It’s summertime and living is easy! When it gets hot, I love to scale down meals to pure simplicity, and this easy summer breakfast is just that!
Most of you that follow along, know about my Magic Elixirs. (And for those of you who don’t, run and get on that.) Magic Elixirs are flavor enhancers that take an ordinary dish over the top and make it extraordinary. This dish is made with one of my favorite store-bought Magic Elixirs, Icelandic Provisions Skyr, which is something I’m incredibly enthusiastic about. It’s made from ancient heirloom cultures developed with Iceland’s oldest farmer-owned dairy. These cultures are what set Icelandic Provisions Skyr apart from other skyr brands, making it rich and creamy, and you can taste the difference.
My favorite breakfast (or lunch) is simple – a carton of Icelandic Provisions Skyr, topped with perfect summer fruit, a sprinkle of granola or oats, then finished off with toasted nuts. We’ve taken it up a notch here to make a super clean version with toasted oats and toasted walnuts. You can use my favorite combinations listed below, but remember this is really a guide to an easy, delicious breakfast, and feel free to make it your own and change it up using your favorite Icelandic Provisions Skyr flavor and fresh fruits you love. Delicious so many ways!
Icelandic Provisions Vanilla Skyr with plums, a summer grape, cantaloupe, or figs
Icelandic Provisions Key Lime Skyr with Blackberry, black raspberries
Icelandic Provisions Coconut Skyr with raspberry, strawberry or cantaloupe
Icelandic Provisions Strawberry Lingonberry Skyr with peaches
Icelandic Provisions Blueberry Billberry with peaches or strawberries
Icelandic Provisions Peach Cloudberry Skyr with nectarines
Icelandic Provisions Cherry Black Currant Skyr with blueberries
Icelandic Provisions Plain Skyr with your favorite fresh fruit and honey (an extra dollop of honey)Print
1/2 cup of walnuts
In a dry, medium pan over low to medium low heat, add the walnuts, stirring constantly, until just toasted, about 8-10 minutes. Remove from pan and roughly chop.
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- 1/2 cup old fashioned oats
In a medium pan over medium low to medium heat, warm the coconut oil until hot but not smoking. Add the oats to the pan, stirring constantly, until toasted, about 6-8 minutes.