I am a brand ambassador for siggi’s Icelandic Yogurt. I have received coupons for free and discounted products in exchange for my participation in the program. I am under no obligation to blog or write about them, and have received no further compensation.
I’ve mentioned ad nauseam just how much I love breakfast in any, all and every form. I would eat it for every meal, every day for the rest of my life if I could. Donuts, coffee cakes, danish, biscuits, waffles, eggs, sausage, bacon, and hash browns/home fries. I’m hungry just thinking about it! As I can’t function for more than 30 minutes on a sweet breakfast without my blood sugar crashing (I can’t do something like a bowl of cereal or oatmeal as my meal), I made something more protein-laden and savory–Including these Skyr Biscuits.
My original intention was to make biscuit sandwiches with these, but as you can see, I simply ate them with butter straight from the oven. These are not sweet biscuits, which is okay with me–But the biscuit recipe I usually use contains a tablespoon of sugar, so if you really need/want, you can add it in. They are perfect (to me), because I like a crunchy-topped/bottomed biscuit, and these had both.
I have to say, winter is already doing a number on my psyche. I suppose it’s time to start taking my daily dose of Vitamin D for the next 6 months. We’re supposed to go to Sioux Falls on Saturday, and it’s one of those trips where I’m praying to every god I can think of to let the possibility of snow hold off for one day, so we can make the trip, because there’s the chance of 2 more inches hitting the area. We were hoping to do what will likely be the last stock-up trip at Costco for a long while, thanks to Old Man Winter’s early arrival (thanks a lot Typhoon Nuri!), and maybe do a bit of holiday shopping. Fingers crossed that still happens…This is one reason I hate living in a small town with no decent shopping options. That, and the actual dangers of venturing off out of town. UGH! I swear one of these days, I’m going to convince Jay to move somewhere warm and sunny year-round!