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Whether for breakfast, afternoon tea or dinner, high-protein Arla skyr Icelandic-style yogurt works for every dish

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If you haven’t tried delicious, fat free Arla skyr yet, they’ve got all the inspiration you’ll need

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Reduced sugar, high in protein, give yourself a natural, sustained energy boost with these delicious recipes

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Icelanders are a resilient bunch. What with the long dark winters, sporadically erupting volcanoes and peak summer temperatures that barely scrape into double figures they need to be.  And yet they stride serenely about the planet with their rosy cheeks and skin as smooth as polished marble, making the rest of us feel like the trolls of their folklore.

So what gives them their glow? What’s the source of the immaculate complexions, higher life expectancy and general good health? The fresh air can’t hurt – there’s not much in the way of smog up there (unless Eyjafjallajökull pops its cork again) – but their diet works wonders too.

This is a land where oily fish are abundant along the coast, and a quick forage is likely to turn up more healthy food than you can fit in a Nutribullet. And the Icelandic-style Arla skyr yogurt is creamy but is fat free, high in protein and has a reduced sugar content.

And while we’re a little less sure about puffin jerky, Iceland’s national cuisine has been resolutely healthy since before Whole Foods Market was a slide in a PowerPoint business plan. Here, the lambs graze freely on mountains where the water’s so clean that it’s not uncommon to dip a cup in a river when you get thirsty.

So, get ready to chow down on some Nordic niceness.

MEET OUR LIFESTYLE EXPERTS

We asked five of social media’s biggest health and wellbeing influencers to clue us into their favourite superfood recipes – all inspired by Arla skyr. Prepare your tastebuds for inspiring takes on your next meal, including a twist on the classic morning porridge, and a few totally new breakfast ideas (yogurt on toast, anyone?). Get ready mouth, you have no idea what’s coming.

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DELICIOUS RECIPES TO INSPIRE YOU

Healthy living has never been this easy – and it’s definitely never been so moreish. Here, Nichola, Anneli, Poppy, Faya and Lydia all share their favourite original, mouthwatering recipes. Plus, the team here at Stylist have another five that include everyone’s favourite yogurt, Arla skyr. Every recipe is super easy to make and will send you off to your busy life bursting with energy. You’re welcome.

Butternut and Black Bean Tacos

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Roasted tomato and rice soup

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Arla skyr berry bircher muesli

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Raw cauliflower salad

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Honey and orange polenta cake

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Matcha breakfast bowl

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Chia Arla skyr Breakfast Recipe

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Coconut and berry pancakes

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Overnight Oats

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Arla Skyr Toasts

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WIN FOUR NIGHTS IN ICELAND FOR TWO PEOPLE

We’ve shown you ours, now it’s your turn. Upload a picture of your gorgeous creations using Arla skyr – whether it’s salmon on rye or a breakfast bowl – your fridge is the limit. Get involved and you could win an incredible four-night trip to Reykjavik for two people, including flights, four-star hotel and a chance to experience all the amazing food and sights Iceland has to offer.

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ARLA SKYR IS HERE

If you haven’t experienced the delicious Arla skyr range yet, you’ve got some catching up to do. It’s the Icelandic style take on yogurt: creamy, fat-free, reduced sugar and high in protein. It gives a natural, sustained energy boost and uses three times as much milk as regular yogurt – for an extra dose of calcium goodness. Arla skyr comes in a variety of flavours, including Simply Natural, Honey, Mixed Berries, Sour Cherry, Strawberry, Blueberry & Elderberry and Apple & Lingonberry. You can enjoy them just as they are or are great for cooking. However you indulge, it’s a fresh taste of Iceland with every spoonful.