Northern Lights Skyr Bowl

  • 15minutes
  • 2servings
  • 200cal/serving
Ingredients
2 Cont.
Icelandic Provisions Key Lime Skyr
1/4 cup
Milk or almond milk, or soy milk
1 tsp
blue spirulina powder
1 tsp
culinary-grade matcha powder
1 tbsp
black sesame tahini
edible glitter stars
Recipe
Step 1
In a medium bowl combine skyr and milk until smooth.
Step 2
Reserving 1/3 of the mixture, divide the remaining mixture into 2 small bowls. In one bowl, combine skyr mixture and spirulina powder until smooth. In the remaining small bowl add matcha powder to the skyr mixture and mix until combined.
Step 3
To create the bowl, add heaping spoonfuls of the three skyr mixtures to a serving bowl.
Step 4
Drizzle with black sesame tahini and swirl to combine with the handle of a spoon.
Step 5
Sprinkle with edible glitter and your favorite fruit.

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