Two-Ingredient Pizza Dough

Two simple ingredients are all you need to make this no-rise homemade pizza dough.  Just mix, roll out, top, and bake!

Two simple ingredients are all you need to make this no-rise homemade pizza dough.  Just mix, roll, top, and bake!

So, who's on Pinterest?  Oh, oh,, me, me!  I am a pinning fool.  I can get lost browsing and pinning for hours.  Like, for real.  There's just some much good stuff going on over there!

Pinterest = virtual pinboard for collecting links to oodles of content on the internet.  I'm saying this like you might not know what Pinterest is, which is doubtful, but you never know.  Not everyone is a psycho about it as I am.  Here're my Pinterest boards.  Go check 'em out and give me a like if you're so inclined.  I share tons of fab stuff!

Aaaanyway, Pinterest is where I first found out about this magical two-ingredient pizza dough.  It caught my eye because, hello, just two ingredients.  I mean, how could that work, right?  Can you really make pizza dough with just two ingredients?

Yep.  You sure can.  All you need is some Greek yogurt and some self-rising flour.

Amazing, right?  I thought so, too.  In less than half an hour from start to finish, you can make homemade pizza with homemade dough.  That's right, this dough doesn't need time to rise!  Cray.  You should totally use my homemade sauce recipe, too.  We love it and it is so easy to make!

This dough is kind of like a sourdough variety, so don't expect a New York-style crust.  It comes out puffed up just enough, nice and soft, and just a little chewy.  My whole family gobbled it right up!  I am definitely putting it in the rotation for homemade pizza night!

Two-Ingredient Pizza Dough

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  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 1/2 cups self-rising flour

  1. Combine the yogurt and one cup of the flour in a stand mixer with a dough hook attachment.  Knead on medium-high for 5 minutes. 
  2. Slowly add the remaining 1/2 cup flour until the dough comes together.  Depending on the thickness of the yogurt, you may need to add more or less flour.  The dough should be slightly tacky, but not sticky.
  3. Turn dough out onto a floured surface.  Dust with flour, then roll out and top with toppings.
  4. Bake for 10-12 minutes in a pre-heated 450 degree oven.


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