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2-Ingredient Dough

This simple dough is easy to whip together, high in protein and fat-free. Plus, it is extremely versatile and can be used to make sweet and savory recipes from pretzels and pizza dough to cinnamon rolls.

Two 2-ingredient dough breadsticks and broccoli with melted cheese on top
Recipe divided into 8 equal pieces and rolled into bread sticks

While this recipe is lower in fat and calories than other ready made dough, it is important to note this recipe is not whole grain and the self-rising flour adds a significant amount of sodium.

Therefore, you still want to be careful about the portion size and frequency in which you are eating this dough. However, this recipe makes a fast and healthier alternative to most processed breads and baked goods. It’s great for making pizza, bread sticks, bagels, rolls and more!

Recipe rolled out to a cm thickeness and used as pizza dough

Ingredients

1 cup Non-Fat Regular Greek Yogurt
1 cup self-rising flour

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix together flour and yogurt. Once it starts to form a dough-like consistency, begin kneading, adding a tbsp of flour for sticky dough. Sprinkle flour on cutting board or other flat surface and roll dough into desired shape. Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Bake for 20-22 minutes.

Optional: Add seasoning such as garlic, herbs, or cinnamon depending on what you are making. Brush with egg-wash or oil to create golden brown coloring.

Recipe divided into 3 and rolled into a pretzel.
Brushed with egg wash.
Covered in everything bagel seasoning

Nutrition

Serving Size = 1/4 of recipe
Calories: 143
Total Fat: 0g
Protein: 9g
Carbs: 25g
Fiber: 1g
Sodium: 384mg

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