Greek Yogurt Pizza…

For the past several months, Mr. BFF and I have both been trying to be more aware of what we are eating. Along with portion size and knowing exactly what we eat during the day, that also means knowing what is in what we eat. I’ve always had to be more aware of my food choices, because I have some food sensitivities, plus I hate eating things I can’t even pronounce. We’ve been going to the gym and working out regularly every week, even if it’s the treadmill at home. So, Mr. BFF has also been more aware of what he is eating, along with his protein intake as well.

I came across a 2-ingredient pizza dough recipe, so we tried it for the second time this evening. This time, I opted to use the Kitchen Aid instead of kneading the dough by hand. Wise choice for tonight and for the future…

  • 1 cup of plain Greek Yogurt (We used Greek Goddess yogurt – it’s not organic but it has 3 ingredients that I can pronounce!)
  • 2-1/4 cups total Self-Rising Flour

That’s it! Put the yogurt in the Kitchen Aid, start with about 1-1/2 cups of flour and let it go. The dough should be sticky and tacky, but not leave anything on your hands. I guess it can depend on the type of Greek yogurt that you use, but we ended up with 2-1/4 cups flour in total. Use a bit more flour to roll it out and put in on your pizza pan. Top as desired and cook at 450 degrees for 10 – 12 minutes, plus or minus. Voila!

Tonight’s pizza featured a light layer of homemade tomato sauce, followed with sauteed mushrooms, onions, garlic and spinach. Goat cheese and mozzarella were next. We topped it all off with some Roma tomato slices and Italian seasonings. Yum!

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