Two ingredient pizza dough

This two ingredient pizza dough is a recipe I’ve been using for a number of years and I really love because it’s so simple – like most of my recipes!

Two Ingredient PIzza Dough. Quick and easy recipe for home made pizza bases. Click for the recipe or save for later. |

All you need is natural unsweetened yoghurt (or Greek yoghurt if you prefer) and self-raising flour.

Stir the yoghurt into the flour until it is one ball.  Then place the dough on a sheet of non-stick paper and keep sprinkling flour and kneading until it is no longer sticky.

Pizza dough

Now it is time to roll the dough to the size and thickness you want. Quick tip: When rolling out the dough I place non-stick paper underneath and on top to prevent the dough from sticking to the rolling pin.

Then you can add whatever topping you want.  Usually I make a more traditional pizza, but today I added pesto and grilled chicken.  It was delicious – and even the kids liked it!

Two Ingredient pizza dough

Two Ingredient Pizza Dough

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Two ingredient pizza dough
Recipe type: Main Meal
Serves: 1 medium sized pizza
  • 1 cup of self-raising flour (plus a little extra)
  • ¾ cup of natural yoghurt
  • Pizza sauce and toppings of your choice
  1. Preheat oven and baking tray to 210
  2. Place 1 cup of self-raising flour into a bowl
  3. Add ¾ cup of natural yoghurt and stir in until all the flour has been added. Add more flour until the mixture is no longer sticky.
  4. Place some non-stick paper on your bench. Sprinkle flour on the paper.
  5. Put the dough on the paper and kneed and spread out slightly with your hands. Add more flour if necessary.
  6. Place another sheet of non-stick paper on top of the dough.
  7. Use a rolling pin and flatten out the dough to the shape and thickness you require.
  8. Carefully peal of the top sheet of non-stick paper.
  9. Add your pizza sauce and toppings.
  10. Carefully remove the baking tray from the oven and slide the non-stick paper and pizza onto the tray.
  11. Place tray in oven for 10 to 15 minutes until pizza is cooked.


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  1. I have heard about this before but never tried. I am a pain as gluten free and lactose free. I might just try it with my ingredients and see if I get good results as so far have hates most of the gf pizza base recipes we have tried.

    • I don’t know anything about gluten and lactose free ingredients as I thankfully don’t have to use them. But it would be interesting to know if this works.

  2. Oh that is simple!
    I do try to limit our dairy though because one of my children can only handle small amounts, and the cheese on the pizza is enough for her. The yoghurt I think would be too much 🙁

  3. Ooh I need to try this! Thank you for linking up at #MeetUpMonday with and me (although I missed hosting this week)!

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  6. I love homemade pizza dough but sometimes it can be a bit time consuming to make from scratch. This looks like a great alternative.

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  8. Great recipe. I’ve made it a few times now and it is so simple, uses ingredients I always have and tastes great. I’ve been making it on my pizza stone on the bbq.

  9. Yummy – that sounds so easy and quick! We had pizza the other day with traditional dough bases that took ages to make – I didn’t make them though, my husband did, so I can’t complain! I really like the look of this topping, too. Trouble is, we always encourage the kids by getting them to make their own pizzas, but they will never eat them 🙁
    x Alice

    • Thanks Alice. Yes, it is a great easy recipe. My four-year-old doesn’t like the tomato sauce on pizzas. Maybe I should get them to make their own and then he can miss out the sauce.