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2 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Dough!

Updated on March 22, 2013

Truly Versatile Crust!

This is it!
This is it!
knead for 5 minutes
knead for 5 minutes
This was what we stuffed ours with
This was what we stuffed ours with
Finished Product!
Finished Product!
1 star from 1 rating of 2 ingredient greek yogurt dough

Really?!??!

I have been seeing the posts go around on Pinterest and on Facebook about this greek yogurt bread....and I was honestly skeptical. Can you really take just 2 ingredients and make a good tasting dough? The answer my friends....is yes.

The benefits of greek yogurt seem to be everywhere these days. Greek yogurt is packed with 2 times the protein of regular yogurt, has a lower carb count and sugars, and is easier to digest than regular yogurts...so...I figured why not try it!

The original version of the recipe calls for self rising bread but as you know, I am all about whole wheat bread! This crust is a true powerhouse. It is made from only 2 ingredients, is low in both calories a fat, and has the added value of protein!

It is a quick dough recipe and so far, I have used it for a pizza crust and for veggie dog and cheese stuffed breadsticks!

Alter it any way you would like!

If you are making a sweet treat..try flavored yogurt!

Add herbs for a savory concoction!

Enjoy!

Cook Time

Prep time: 8 min
Cook time: 10 min
Ready in: 18 min
Yields: depends on what you make with it!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Greek Yogurt
  • 1 cup flour, (any)

2 ingredients...2 steps

  1. Mix both ingredients together until a ball forms
  2. turn dough out onto floured surface. The flour is a MUST! This dough is a bit sticky!! Knead for 5 minutes and done! Use it anyway you would like!

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    • Mommymay profile imageAUTHOR

      Heather May 

      5 years ago from Ohio

      Thank you for checking it out KoffeeKlatch Gals! I didn't believe the recipe when I saw it but it worked! Thanks for the up,interesting, useful, and SHARE :)

    • Mommymay profile imageAUTHOR

      Heather May 

      5 years ago from Ohio

      Thanks Eiddween! I hope you enjoy your weekend as well!

    • Mommymay profile imageAUTHOR

      Heather May 

      5 years ago from Ohio

      Thanks Ghaelach! let me know how it turns out for you and what you do with it!

    • Mommymay profile imageAUTHOR

      Heather May 

      5 years ago from Ohio

      Not really sure Radcliff.....I think if you use self rising flour it might but I used wheat so it wasn't as light and fluffy but still tasted good and worked well...Let me know what happens with self rising if you use it!

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      Susan Hazelton 

      5 years ago from Sunny Florida

      I eat Greek Yogurt every day. The idea of using it to make bread is great. I love the two ingredient idea, it makes it so easy. Thanks for sharing. Up, interesting and useful.

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      Eiddwen 

      5 years ago from Wales

      A great recipe and one for me to save. Thank you for sharing and enjoy your weekend.

      Eddy.

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      Tirralan Watkins 

      5 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      Wow, this is such a great recipe to have on hand, and it's so quick and easy, plus I have all of the ingredients. Thank you Mommymay!

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      Ghaelach 

      5 years ago

      This sounds very interesting and I'll be giving it a try next week.

      Thanks for sharing.

      LOL Ghaelach

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      Liz Davis 

      5 years ago from Hudson, FL

      Whaaat? I'm all over this. Do the cultures in the yogurt make the dough rise? Thanks for sharing!

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      A. Bove 

      5 years ago from New York

      Thanks, I'll try it and shall report back! :)

    • Mommymay profile imageAUTHOR

      Heather May 

      5 years ago from Ohio

      I was actually able to get mine to go for a full pizza round but I like thin crust! A rectangle cookie sheet may be a bit too thin but it really does go far!

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      A. Bove 

      5 years ago from New York

      Hi there, how big of a pizza does this make? If I wanted it to fit a baking sheet, I guess it could be doubled?

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