Yogurt Filled Oatmeal Cups with Smári Yogurt

Yogurt Filled Oatmeal Cups with Smári Yogurt

2013-10-08T10:32:36+00:00By |Giveaways, Recipes, Reviews|11 Comments

Yogurt is a mainstay in the American diet. But with so many to choose from, how do you know that you are getting high quality, awesome products that are worth the purchase? Recently, my dear friend – and NEW Recipe contributor, Heather K.- headed to Whole Foods Market to try a new yogurt, Smári! According to Heather, I had a favorite brand of yogurt. But after trying Smári and then certainly after comparing the calories, fat and protein…. I’m sold…I’m switching!

Now, I will tell you more about Smári as we go but I want to share the recipe for Yogurt Filled Oatmeal Cups first!

Yogurt Filled Oatmeal Cups

Seriously, how good do these look? Add any flavor of Smári – Pure, Strawberry, Blueberry and Vanilla for a flavorful snack or even dessert!  See the recipe below:

Yogurt Filled Oatmeal Cups

Heather and her kids tried out Smári and were truly impressed!  It is ‘Creamy, but not so thick that it feels heavy. Sweet, but not so much that you feel guilty and it actually has 18 whole grams of protein and 0 fat! It is really amazing that it could taste this good and not be horrible for you!’

Smari is the signature thykk yogurt (skyr) of Iceland since the 9th century that kept the Vikings strong through long dark winter has hit our shores. Skyr preserved Icelanders, becoming a part of songs, folk tales, and every table.

Founder Smári Ásmundsson learned the secrets of skyr-making from an 82-year-old dairyman from Egilsstaðir, who advised, “Get the best milk. Skim the fat. Add live cultures. Let it set. Strain the liquid. When it looks really thykk, strain even more.” 

SMARI Yogurt

Smári yogurt has more protein than and yogurt on shelves in the US right now. And, though it is thicker than you might be used to, it is that way because all of the excess water is drained, leaving you a healthier, concentrated yogurt! The cows are grass fed and the yogurt is organic! How awesome is that?

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A nutritious and delicious food for your whole family!

SMARI Yogurt

Smári yogurt is

·       higher in protein (20g) per serving than any other yogurt in the U.S.

·       made from 4 cups of milk versus only 2-3 cups used for Greek yogurts

·       loaded with calcium and low in sugar

·       thicker and creamier than most other yogurt, even Greek yogurt

·       the only certified organic Icelandic yogurt available

·       made from milk and fruit that are not treated with hormones, pesticides, or herbicides

·       made with milk from the happiest grass-fed Jerseys and Guernseys

·       available in Pure, Strawberry, Blueberry, and Vanilla

Smari Yogurt

About the Author:

Lori is a single work from home mom of three daughters, ages 11, 10 and 8. She has been the author of ADayinMotherhood.com for over 8 years and blogs because it is cheaper than therapy. She wants to connect with her readers through honest and engaging posts! Contact me for authentic posts, creative ideas and beautiful but real photos!


  1. Darlene Sullins September 17, 2013 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    “The cows are grass fed and the yogurt is organic”- I’m sold!!!! And that recipe, yogurt filled oatmeal cups… looks… incredible…. (yes, my mouth is watering right now!!!!).

  2. Sue Hull September 17, 2013 at 11:31 pm - Reply

    It sounds like something that I definitely want to try. Cows are grass fed,yay no crap going in their bellies. I’d also love to try the Yogurt Filled Oatmeal Cups. They look absolutely delish! Thank you 🙂

  3. allysmama September 17, 2013 at 11:47 pm - Reply

    I’d make a smoothie with the strawberry!

  4. hollowsins September 17, 2013 at 11:56 pm - Reply

    It sounds good, I would make fruit dip with it

  5. Jordan Dunne September 18, 2013 at 9:27 pm - Reply

    I love yogurt. I love mixing it with peanut butter or pumpkin and freezing it for a bit…it turns into fro-yo!

  6. Vera K September 19, 2013 at 5:58 am - Reply

    I would make a great smoothie with a banana and some frozen strawberries.

  7. Peggy September 20, 2013 at 5:14 am - Reply

    I would definitely go into my banana apple smoothie.

  8. joegersh September 25, 2013 at 3:26 am - Reply

    I would like to mix it with whipped cream and granola

  9. Deb Smith September 25, 2013 at 3:33 pm - Reply

    I would make peach smoothies.

  10. Kathy Cavanagh Dalton September 26, 2013 at 3:38 pm - Reply

    would make a yogurt pie mixing yogurt and cool whip and placing in graham cracker crust

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