Two Ingredient Pizza Crust

Back in high school I worked at Pizza Hut for a while. I really enjoyed the job for the most part. I got to know a lot of great people, got extra money, and free food too! There’s not much better than that when you’re a teenager. Back then I didn’t really care about my diet and what I put into my body. Times sure have changed now though and I haven’t had Pizza Hut since last year. Which isn’t an easy thing when Pizza Hut is one of the five restaurants in your town! But I’m sticking to my guns and still going strong. I’ve just found alternative ways to eat pizza and still feel good afterwards! Let’s be honest, everyone loves pizza. It’s such a versatile food. You can use so many different crusts, sauces, cheeses, toppings, the possibilities are endless! So today I’m going to give you a base recipe for a pizza crust and give you two ideas of what to top it with. But you have the freedom to top this with anything and everything you’d like.

Two Ingredient Pizza Crust

1 1/2 cups self rising flour*
1 cup greek yogurt

Mix together two ingredients in a medium bowl. That’s it. Honestly. Then you just use your dough to create a pizza like you normally would. This makes one 8 inch pizza crust. The crust will be pretty thick. Or you could make two smaller crusts and have two different pizzas like I did.

*If you don’t have self rising flour you can add 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder to your flour to make some!

Summer Pizza

Olive oil
Feta cheese
Parmesan cheese
Spinach, arugula, etc.

Coat your rolled out dough will a very thin layer of olive oil. Add the cheeses next, then top with pineapple. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and top with your greens. Drizzle with a little bit more olive oil. Slice and enjoy!

Traditional Pizza

Sauce of choice

Top your crust with a layer of sauce as thick as you desire. Add your cheese and mushrooms. Bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes. Remove from oven. Cut. Enjoy!

These pizzas are so quick and simple, you’ll be enjoying them within 25 minutes!

What’s your favorite pizza toppings?

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