By now you already know that in March I joined Weight Watchers. And I didn’t want to mess around this time. #BecauseGoals. I have seen this two ingredient dough shared on Pinterest and on Instagram tons of times and it seems like people love it so I wanted to give it a try.
Not all nonfat Greek yogurt is equal, so make sure to scan yours to make sure your points are accurate for your two ingredient dough! But the Fage nonfat Greek Yogurt that I used was zero points. And this is SO simple. Add 1 cup of NFGY and 1 cup of self-rising flour and mix until a dough forms. If it is still a little sticky, add a tiny bit more flour.
NOTE: (If you don’t have self-rising flour, use 1 cup of all-purpose flour, 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder and a 1/2 tsp of salt and mix together before adding your greek yogurt.)
Put some flour down on the counter and knead your dough for 2 minutes or so. Then section into 4 equal pieces.
The full amount of dough is 11 #freestyle points and each section equals out to be 3 pts.
I rolled three of my sections out and formed them into bagels. For my 4th piece, I rolled it then cut it into bits because I was wanting to dip them in queso.
After you have your bagels on a tray, paint a little of an egg wash onto the tops.
Then I sprinkled them with Everything but the Bagel seasoning from Trader Joes. I didn’t use much because I wasn’t sure how I was going to like the seasoning. But of course, it is delicious!
Then bake this two ingredient dough for 18-22 minutes at 350°. My bits were perfect after 18 minutes but the bagels needed to stay for longer. I took them out after 20 minutes but they probably could have stayed for the full time with no issue.
I am a total “chips and dip” person and I have missed queso. Just for fun I checked the points while I was at the grocery store the other day and it was 1 point for 2 Tbsp and that is totally worth it to me. In case you are interested, I used Tostitos salsa con queso.
Don’t think you are limited to only making bagels with this amazing two ingredient dough! Because I have seen so many recipes made with this! Take a piece and flatten out and cook for a breakfast sandwich or pizza dough! The possibilities are endless!
Have you tried this two ingredient dough? What did you think of it?