I was completely fascinated (and a little skeptical ) when this 2 ingredient dough started making the rounds on blogs and social media a few years ago. Could flour and yogurt really combine to make a bread dough I would want to eat? Well, the answer is absolutely YES! This 2 ingredient dough is so easy and so versatile. While I make it often for bagels, it’s also great in a pinch when you need a pizza crust or breadsticks. So in this time when we’re looking for easy recipes using pantry staples, give this 2 ingredient dough a try!

2 Ingredient Dough

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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2 Ingredient Dough for bagels and more

Ingredients

1 c. self rising flour

1 c. non fat plain greek yogurt (I highly recommend FAGE, I think it makes a difference) make sure you’ve stirred the yogurt so any water is mixed through.

Directions

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Mix the flour and yogurt together until dough ball forms. Put a little bit of flour on your work surface and lightly knead the dough. It shouldn’t be overly sticky, but is definitely a slightly wetter than a traditional bread dough. Divide into 4 equal portions. Roll into a ball, poke a hole in the center and form the bagel. For bagels, brush the dough with a beaten egg that has been mixed with a tsp of water. Sprinkle tops with salt, everything seasoning, sesame seeds or just leave plain.

OR, roll the 4 portions into breadsticks. Brush with egg wash, then sprinkle with garlic powder and parmesan cheese.

OR, divide into 2 portions and flatten into pizza crusts. Have fun with your toppings!

For pizza, top with sauce, cheese and whatever toppings you like. For all, bake in oven for about 20-25 minutes or until a nice golden brown. Don’t underbake. Let cool slightly and enjoy!

The bagels are yummy right out of the oven. Or, slice in half and gently toast…then add a schmear of cream cheese….ENJOYABLE! You’ll love having this 2 ingredient dough as part of your recipe arsenal. Just think! You’re always just 2 ingredients away from homemade bagels and bread! Let me know if you’ve tried this recipe in the comments below. And remember, you can now pin my recipes to Pinterest! I’d be thrilled if you’d share this with your friends and family.

Stay safe!

From my home to yours,

Jill