Skyr is a strained yogurt (we tend to call them all “Greek yogurt,” but this recipe’s Icelandic in origin) that is thick and full of good bugs (probiotic, in the lingo). What I like about Siggi’s compared with most other strained yogurt brands is they rely on natural flavorings and don’t dump a ton of extra sugar in. So you get a rich, tasty yogurt, a big hit of protein, and no 17-syllable ingredients.
My recent Twitter-fawning about Siggi’s mixed with almond butter caught the eye of Icelandic Milk & Skyr Co., who then sent me a bunch of coupons for their products. I have three sets of 2 coupons each – one good for a free 3.5 oz cup of Siggi’s skyr, and one good for $1 off any Siggi’s product (single-serve probiotic drink excluded) – to give away to ETW readers. If you’d like a chance to get a set, head past the jump for details!
To enter the giveaway, leave me a comment here about whether you’ve tried skyr or not. Please leave me a way to contact you (email, twitter handle, address to which I should send a carrier pigeon).
That’s the required entry, but after you’ve done that, here are several more ways to enter, if you want to increase your odds!
- Follow Siggi’s on Twitter and tweet me about it – something like, “Hey @Eatingtheweek I’m following @SiggisDairy on Twitter for a chance to coupons on heavily umlauted dairy foods!”
- Like Siggi’s on Facebook, and leave me a comment on this post to tell me you did.
- Refer a friend to this post. They need to leave me a comment (which gets them an entry) telling me that you referred them (that gets you another entry).
The giveaway starts today, Monday May 6, and will end on Sunday May 12 at 3 pm Eastern time. The giveaway is open to anyone with a US mailing address. Three entries will be selected at random via Random.org’s generator by 9 pm May 12 to receive a set of two Siggi’s coupons.
Disclosures: Icelandic Milk & Skyr Co., gave me discounts on their products and is providing the giveaway prizes at no cost to me. The opinions I’ve expressed in this post are mine and are not edited, reviewed, or influenced by Icelandic Milk & Skyr Co.