Berry & skyr popsicles

Berry & skyr popsicles

By
From
The New Nordic
Makes
8 depending on the size of your moulds
Photographer
Simon Bajada

While the rest of the world is content with natural and Greek-style yoghurts, the range of fermented and cultured milks in the Nordic region is astounding. But, somehow, Iceland has risen above the others with its slightly sour, velvety skyr, said to have been introduced to them by the Vikings. Skyr is now Iceland’s most iconic food product; perhaps not so surprising considering that the world’s appetite for whale meat is not particularly strong. It is now gaining quite a global reputation, exported all across Scandinavia and to the UK, and with manufacturers in New York and California in the US. It freezes particularly well, better than most yoghurts and is perfect for these popsicles.

Ingredients

Quantity Ingredient
500g icelandic skyr or natural or greek-style yoghurt
250g mixed berries
1 tablespoon runny honey
1 tablespoon almond butter

Method

  1. Combine all the ingredients well, then spoon into popsicle moulds and freeze for at least 3 hours.
Tags:
Nordic
Scandinavian
Scandi
Swedish
Sweden
Denmark
Danish
Norway
Norwegian
Finland
Finnish
Iceland
Icelandic
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