Get in on two-ingredient dough

This versatile recipe is so easy to make, you won’t believe it.
Published March 7, 2023

Our two-ingredient dough is a fan favourite because it’s quick, healthy, and oh so easy to make.

Made with just self-rising flour and Greek yogurt, our dough is high-protein and carb-wise and can easily be used to make everything from bagels to pastries to pizza, and more. You can add in herbs and spices to create savoury breads, or try warm spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and nutmeg for a sweeter type of bread. You can also swap in gluten-free self-rising flour if desired.

Get the recipe here.

Check out all the ways you can use two-ingredient dough with some of our favourite WeightWatchers recipes below.


With two-ingredient dough, you can make breakfast favourites like bagels – and flavour them however you please – or breakfast calzones, which you can customize with different fillings.


One of the most common ways our members use two-ingredient dough is to make pizza. Of course, by its very nature, pizza is extremely versatile – you can choose any toppings you like. These are some of our favourites.

Cast iron creations

If you have a cast iron pan, two-ingredient dough works really well in it, getting a nice crust and even a slightly charred flavour. Try our cast iron pizza recipe or try making naan to pair with your favourite Indian recipes.

Snacks and sides

From garlic knots to knishes, two-ingredient dough is so versatile. Feel free to play around with these recipes and add your favourite herbs and spices to make them your own.

Dinner ideas

A cousin of pizza, flatbread is another great way to use our two-ingredient dough. This peanut butter and peach combo is sweet and savoury and could count as dinner or dessert. Try swapping in different fruits or nut butters to mix things up. And for those times you’re craving Mexican flavours, this dough makes a great tostada.


Not just for the savoury, two-ingredient dough makes great sweet treats, too. Try our ice cream cupcake bites, or our apple turnover recipe, created by one of our members.