Nordic Blueberry Soup

Recipe By: DeeperLivingEats


 Tangy, refreshing, light and creamy, this Nordic blueberry skyr soup checks all the right boxes for a cool bright Summer soup. Wild blueberries, a touch of lemon and thyme and lots of smooth & Creamy Icelandic Provisions Whole Milk Plain Skyr get blitzed to create a dreamy chilled soup perfect to eat anytime of the day. 

Serves 2-4

2 cup
Frozen Wild Blueberries
1 cup
1 tbsp
Maple Syrup
Sprig of Thyme
1 tsp
Lemon Juice
1 cup
Icelandic Provisions Whole Milk Plain Skyr
Step 1:
In a medium pot, add frozen wild blueberries, water, maple syrup, thyme, lemon juice and salt. Let the mixture cook on a medium high flame until the mixture begins to steam and bubble.
Step 2:
Once the blueberry mixture begins to bubble, turn of the heat and let it cool down for 10 -15 minutes. Fish out the thyme sprig and discard.
Step 3:
Once cooled, add the blueberry mixture along with the skyr into a high-speed blender and blitz until fully smooth and combined. Chill the soup for at least an hour or two until.
Step 4:
Spoon the soup into your desired bowls and top with skyr, thyme leaves a sprinkle of salt. Enjoy!

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