2-Ingredient Pizza Dough

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough – Greek Yogurt Pizza Dough – ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt

Pizza is my all-time favorite food. I could eat it every single day and never get tired of it. I am always looking for new pizza recipes. I’ve had this 2-Ingredient Pizza Dough saved for years and finally got around to making it. OMG! SO good! The best part is that the dough is ready to add toppings in about 5 minutes!

This 2-Ingredient Pizza Dough is made up of plain greek yogurt and self-rising flour. You can use any fat percentage of greek yogurt. I’ve used 2% and fat-free and it works great with both. We were worried about the dough having a weird flavor from the tangy yogurt, but it tasted great! Plus it has some added protein from the greek yogurt!

I made this dough in my stand mixer. I just dumped the ingredients in the bowl and let the mixer take care of the heavy duty mixing. If you are mixing this dough by hand, mix it all together and then transfer the dough to a floured surface and knead by hand for about 5 to 10 minutes.

I baked this 2-Ingredient Pizza Dough on a pizza steel. I LOVE my pizza steel! It makes the crust all nice and crispy! If you don’t have a steel, a pizza stone or just a regular pizza pan will work just fine.

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt
2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt
2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt
2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt
2-Ingredient Pizza Dough - ready to bake in 5 minutes!! Self-rising flour and greek yogurt. This is our go-to weeknight pizza dough! #pizza #pizzadough #greekyogurt

Yield: 1 (12 to 14-inch) pizza

2-Ingredient Pizza Dough – Greek Yogurt Pizza Dough

prep time: 5 MINScook time: 12 MINStotal time: 17 mins

ingredients:

  • 1 cup plain greek yogurt (can use non-fat)
  • 1-1/2 cups self-rising flour

instructions:

  1. Place pizza steel or pizza stone in cold oven. Preheat oven to 475ºF.
  2. Combine yogurt and 1 cup flour in the bowl of an electric stand mixer.  Mix until combined, scraping down the bowl as necessary until combined.  Add remaining 1/2 cup flour a little at a time until dough comes together and isn’t sticky. Knead on medium high for 5 minutes.  
  3. Remove dough from bowl and roll out into a circle on parchment paper. Roll out to desired thickness.
  4. Top dough with sauce, cheese and toppings. Using a large cookie sheet, transfer pizza to oven.
  5. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, until crust is golden brown. Remove from oven and enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Im confused on how to transfer from the cookie sheet to the hot pizza stone in the oven…are you supposed to use a spatula or something to move it from the cookie sheet onto the stone…does the dough not scrunch up and the toppings get all messed up when you do that? could you use wax paper or foil to do the same thing?

    1. I used the cookie sheet to slide the pizza onto the preheated stone/pizza steel. You can also use a pizza peel. I just didn't want to spend extra money on a pizza peel. It doesn't get messed up. You are carefully sliding the sheet under the pizza and carefully sliding it off the sheet onto the pizza stone.
      I don't suggest wax paper or foil. You can skip preheating a pizza stone and just use a pizza pan.

    1. Self-rising flour is 1 cup of all-purpose flour plus 1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon fine salt

  2. Is the pizza still on the parchment paper when you place it on the cookie sheet to put in the oven? Please clarify, I would very much like to try this recipe.

  3. Looks too easy to be true! 🙂
    Can this be made without a stand mixer. I'm not a very experienced baker.

    1. Absolutely! I wouldn't freeze it as a big ball (it will take too long to thaw). I would form it into a circle and then freeze it. If you make a couple of smaller pizzas, stack them on parchment paper before putting them in the freezer bag.

  4. Does this freeze well? Just curious bc I do meal prep and that would help out a lot. Thanks and love your recipes!!!

  5. I’ve made this before and really like it! If following Weight Watchers, the smartpoints come only from the flour if you use nonfat plain Greek yogurt! You can make a lot of other things with this dough also like bagels!

    1. I'll have to try bagels!! The dough is surprisingly good. I love that it is loaded with protein from the Greek yogurt!

  6. I see recipe calls for 1&1/2 C flour but I only see 1C being used. What happens with other half cup? Love your recipes. Tx.

    1. Just add the additional1/2 cup a little at a time until the dough comes together. I clarified the instructions.

    1. Just add the additional1/2 cup a little at a time until the dough comes together. I clarified the instructions.

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