Mixed berry topping for skyr

Mixed berry topping for skyr

Are you in the mood for a delightfully fresh breakfast? Then our mixed berry topping for skyr or yogurt is just what you need. Grab a handful of mixed berries and decorate them artfully onto skyr or yogurt along with a sprinkle of seeds! These fresh and juicy berries are delicious in the morning or as an afternoon snack, especially topped with crunchy pumpkin and sunflower seeds.


Step 1
  • Divide the Arla Skyr between two serving bowls.
Step 2
  • Cut the strawberries in thin slices and sprinkle them on the Arla Skyr.
Step 3
  • Add the blueberries and blackberries.
Step 4
  • Top with a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds.

Biting into berries is truly great and delicious. But you can also mash some of the berries to create a sauce-like consistency or even give them a quick boil to make a compote. Combining both mashed and whole berries gives a pleasant balance of texture and flavour.

Questions about mixed berry toppings

Our recipe is easy, but to learn more, below you can read through some questions and answers about this simple breakfast recipe.

What berries are good toppings on skyr or yogurt?
You can use all your favourite berries to top skyr or yogurt. We suggest a mix of strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. This combination brings different levels of sweetness and tartness, and they look beautiful together decorating the cloud-white skyr. But go crazy! Add raspberries, blackcurrant, redcurrant, and much more.
Do you use fresh or frozen berries as a topping?
Fresh berries have a more vibrant flavour and firmer texture than frozen, but you can also use frozen ones. Fresh, they have a firmer texture, fresher flavour, and clearer colours. Frozen, you can use them throughout the year because you can simply freeze the fresh ones. When thawed, they might release a bit more liquid than fresh berries, but they are still a good source of sweetness and tartness.
What to serve with mixed berries on skyr or yogurt?
Pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds are perfect when served with mixed berries on skyr or yogurt. They give a rich nutty flavour and pleasant crunch with every mouthful. To counterbalance the sweet and tangy juicy berries, you can add some crunchy granola, dark chocolate shavings, chopped nuts, and the like.


4 - 6
Arla® Skyr Natural yogurt
450 g
50 g
4 - 6
Pumpkin seeds
2 tbsp
Sunflower seeds
2 tbsp

Top your breakfast with mixed berries – juicy blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries

Enjoy breakfast with a refreshing bowl of skyr or yogurt with a delightful blueberry, blackberry, and strawberry topping. The strawberries bring a vibrant, sweet flavour with just a touch of tartness, which works wonderfully in combination with blackberries and blueberries – both of which supply sweetness and a mixture of tart and tangy flavours. Not only do they taste incredible, but the berries also differ in texture, ranging from soft to firm, allowing every spoonful to be a taste and texture adventure.

Add some crunch and flavour with pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds

Sprinkle with a good amount of pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds to add some lovely crunch. The mix of seeds is a great way to balance the creamy skyr and soft, juicy berries, while also adding some flavour nuances. The seeds provide a mildly nutty, earthy, and slightly buttery flavour and as a small bonus, they add a beautiful, aesthetic look. Try other crunchy toppings like our granola and seed topping for skyr, warm-flavoured and delicious peach, pecan, and cardamom topping for skyr, or classic fruit and almond topping for skyr.