As it’s getting darker and darker it’s getting harder and harder for me to get up in the morning. Yes, unfortunately I have never been one of those morning fresh people. But I have found one pretty effective method to conquer my morning tiredness; nice breakfast! On the top of my list these days is skyr topped with honey roasted liquorice granola and passion fruit.
Makes around 0,5 l
2 dl rye or oat flakes
3 tbs honey
1 dl sunflower seeds
1 tbs liqourice powder (I use raw liquorice powder by Johan Bülow)
1/2 tbs vanilla powder or 1 tbs vanilla essence
2 tbs HUSK Psyllium (optional)
1,5 dl chopped almonds
Makes 4 serves
500 g skyr (Icelandic diary product, you can use yoghurt instead)
2 passion fruits
How to make
Prepare a piece of greaseproof paper to cool the finished granola. Gently heat the flakes in a pan. Add honey and let it melt. When melted combine with the flakes while stirring around. Add the sunflower seeds and HUSK. Keep stirring until the granola looks light golden. Add liqourice powder and vanilla powder. Quickly combine with the granola and remove from the heat and spread on the greaseproof paper. Let it cool for a couple of minutes while stirring occasionally. When cooled down mix with the chopped almonds and store in a airtight glass.
Place the skyr in 4 bowls and divide the 2 passion fruits into halves and scrabe the fruit meat from each halves out on the skyr. Add 2 tbsp (or more if you like) to each bowl.