Weight Watchers Friendly 2 ingredient dough is so easy to make and incredibly versatile! This recipe has become quite popular among the Weight Watchers Freestyle community and it’s worth the hype! The great thing about 2 ingredient dough is that you can make so many different dishes, both sweet and savory, like 2 ingredient dough calzones! The possibilities are endless.
For those following the Weight Watchers Freestyle program, you only have to count the self rising flour as fat free Greek Yogurt is now zero points! You can also change up the portions in order to change the Points value, so there is a lot of flexibility when it comes to this dough! I have also heard that different self rising flours have different Points values, so do keep that in mind when you go to make this recipe. I recommend adding the flour you are using and the Greek yogurt to your Weight Watchers recipe builder and going from there.
To make 2 ingredient dough you will need self rising flour and non-fat Greek yogurt, both your brands of choice. Most have recommended the Gold Medal Self Rising Flour and the Fage Non-Fat Greek yogurt. I personally love King Arthur Flour and had Chobani on hand. This should show you that any combination of self rising flour and Greek yogurt brands will work!
This recipe is super easy because no matter what it’s 1:1 (equal parts). 1/4 cup flour and 1/4 cup of Greek yogurt… 1 cup flour and 1 cup of Greek yogurt… 2 cups flour and 2 cups of Greek yogurt. You get the idea! You can make whatever portion you need and divide it as you wish.
Tonight I wanted enough dough to make 2 individual pizzas and 4 calzones, so I added 2 cups of self rising flour and 2 cups of Greek yogurt to my mixer with the dough hook. You can also mix this dough together in a large bowl with a fork or in a food processor. Depending on what you’re making, you can also add in salt or various spices/seasonings at this point.
I allow the flour and yogurt to mix together until the dough forms into a ball and is fully combined.
The dough will be quite sticky, so I recommend adding a little extra flour to your board and the dough when it’s removed from the bowl.
From here, you can divide it any way you wish. With this batch I divided the dough into 6 portions, making each ball of dough worth 4 Weight Watchers Points on Freestyle.
On Instagram, you can follow #twoingredientdough and see all that is being made with this recipe. Everything from “poptarts” to pretzels to breakfast calzones. There are lots of great ideas out there. My family LOVES pizza and calzones, so we make them often. This week, 2 ingredient dough calzones are going to work with Neal for lunch. Easy peasy, delicious, and low in Points! Win, win!