Pizza Hack–With Only Two Ingredients!

If you’ve ever tried a recipe on Pinterest only to have it fail miserably, chances are you’re in search of some food hacks that actually work. Reddit recently posted a recipe for two-ingredient pizza crust that almost seems too good to actually be true. For the crust, all you need is 1 1/2 cups of self-rising flour and a cup of Greek yogurt!

Self-rising flour is best for this recipe because it already has baking powder. Yogurt acts like yeast when mixed with the flour and has fermentation ingredients that will produce a tasty, chewy dough. The final result is fluffy and thick, so if you prefer Chicago-style pizza, have made pizza at home before, or tend to go to places like Papa John’s or Pizza Hut for delivery, you’ll probably enjoy this recipe.

After combining the flour and yogurt you can add an extra half cup of flour if it seems that the dough mixture is too soft. Stir the ingredients with a spoon then knead the dough into a ball. You may feel like the dough isn’t sticky enough, but that will change once you bake it.

Top the dough with sauce, cheese an your favorite toppings, and put it in a preheated oven at 450 degrees for 12-13 minutes.

This is the perfect pizza trick if you’re in a hurry, and you can’t tell that the crust was made with yogurt. Most of the people who tried the pizza say the end product is delicious. A few people even said the pizza reminded them of their childhoods, which is usually one of the highest compliments when it comes to food.

The only drawback to this recipe is that the dough tends to be very soft in the middle, which makes it a little difficult to hold.