This is epic.
This is life changing.
This is two ingredient pizza crust for all your homemade pizza adventures.
🍕 = ❤️
Self rising flour and plain greek yogurt magically transforms into pillow-y, slightly chewy (in a good way) with a slightly crisp crust. Say what?! I don’t know who came up with this concept but they are nothing short of genius.
Full disclosure: I didn’t have self-rising flour on hand but with a quick google search was able whip some up in about 3 minutes. (Flour, salt, baking powder, baking soda) so technically I made 5 ingredient pizza crust but that just isn’t as catchy! 😂
Oliver’s favorite part: punching the dough. This really wasn’t necessary to do but he had his mind made up. (If you know Oliver, then you know what I mean here!)
I was impressed how easy the dough was to manage. As in, I let Oliver roll it out without even cringing that he would tear it. You definitely want to roll it out thin to get a crisp crust. I made this into one large pizza but next time I will split it into 2 different crusts and bake on my circular pizza screens. Do you have a pizza screen?? If not I would hit up Amazon and never look back! Think grilled pizza this summer, crisp crusts in your oven any time of the year. Yep, a pizza screen is my secret weapon to amazing homemade pizza. (Don’t ask me why I didn’t do it this time! 😭)
2 ingredient pizza crust
1 1/2 c self-rising flour* (sifted and leveled)
1 c plain Greek yogurt (I used whole milk yogurt)
Place ingredients in a stand mixer with the hook attachment and mix on low for one minute to combine. You may need to use a spatula to be sure the ingredients are incorporated and then mix on medium speed for 4-5 minutes.
Roll out on a floured surface until thin. Place on a sheet pan or divide dough to make 2 smaller pizzas.
Top with favorite ingredients and bake at 450 for about 12 minutes.
I brushed my crust with olive oil and sprinkled with Italian seasoning/garlic salt before serving.
*To make your own self-rising dough: 2 c all-purpose flour, sifted + 3 tsp baking powder + 3/4 tsp salt + 1/2 tsp baking soda (This makes more flour than needed in the recipe above but the extra can be used for flouring your counter and rolling pin.)