Two Ingredient Dough

Two ingredient dough is one of the best things that happened to me this weekend in my kitchen. I have found several recipes talking about this dough. I will admit, I was skeptical. It requires self rising flour and fat free plain Greek yogurt. I saw this on the internet and thought it was too good to be true….but guess what it is not!

I Don’t Have Self Rising Flour

Honestly, its okay. I don’t have self rising flour at the moment either. If you don’t have self rising flour, you can make it by adding 1/4 tsp salt and 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder.

baking powder is an important ingredient in 2 ingredient dough

Two ingredient dough is incredibly versatile. You can make bread sticks, pizza, pretzel bites, calzones, etc. Today, we made pizza and calzones.

Seriously, all you do is put the ingredients in a mixing bowl, mix on medium speed until it comes together. Then….do whatever you want with it!

Egg Wash or Olive Oil Brushing?

By the way, we (my husband and I) tried crisping the dough with both olive oil and egg wash. The olive oil seemed to over-crisp the dough, it made it almost hard on some of the edges.The egg wash worked much better, creating a nice crisp crust with a chewy interior.

Now that you have the dough for dinner covered, what is for dessert? If you are thinking “cut-out” cookies, check out how to make your own cookie cutters! Maybe its only me that always thinks cookies are the answer!

Two Ingredient Dough

Two Ingredient Dough

Two Ingredient Dough is the beginning to many great recipes: pizza, calzones, pretzel bites, and much, much more.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Course Appetizer, Main Course, Side Dish
Servings 4

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup self rising flour (or regular flour and 1½ tsp baking powder and ¼ tsp salt)
  • 1 cup fat free Greek yogurt, plain

Instructions
 

  • Mix all ingredients together to form a smooth dough.
  • To help get to your desired shape for whatever recipe you are using, sprinkle flour on your counter top before rolling

Notes

In whatever recipe you do, a good temperature range is between 375 and 425F.

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