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Versatile Two-Ingredient Gluten-Free Dough Recipe – Pizza Bases And More!

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Versatile Two-Ingredient Gluten-Free Dough

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When you follow a gluten-free or celiac diet sometimes it’s so easy to feel like there is absolutely nothing you can eat. Nice things like pizza are usually off-limits. It’s pretty rough but chin up, because this two-ingredient gluten-free dough will open up a whole new world of tasty baked goodies that are usually not an option for you!

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This recipe doesn’t even need yeast. It’s amazing!

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Of course, there are recipes that make substitutes for gluten-free pastries and doughs. However, the problem with those recipes is that they’re usually super difficult to make!

And who has time for that when all you really want to do is to go to the shops and buy a pizza?

I never used to make homemade pizza. My sister did and hers was amazing. To me, making dough just sounded like too much work until I found a two-ingredient recipe on Pinterest.

It wasn’t gluten-free which meant I had to swap the ingredients and make a gluten-free version. So I played around with the ingredients and ratios and came up with this awesome two-ingredient gluten-free dough.

What You Need For The Dough

So, all you need are plain or greek yogurt and self-raising gluten-free flour. Ok, I imagine you’re thinking, wow, how could it be that simple, and would it even work?

Well, of course, you need flour to make the dough so that’s what the self-raising gluten-free flour is for. And then you need some sort of raising and binding agent which is where the plain yogurt comes in.

It’s that simple.

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The best thing about this dough is that it’s super versatile and works really well in quite a few different recipes.

Once you’ve tried it in one recipe you’ll get a feel for how to use it in others.

Recipes To Make With This Dough

Just to give you some ideas I have used it as pizza dough because it makes a perfect pizza base! I’ve also used it to make garlic bites (delicious savory snacks coming to the blog soon). And I’ve used it to make Tasty Tornadoes.

There are a couple of other recipes that I’m excited to try it in and I’ll definitely be posting the ones that work.

Obviously, a few recipes have flopped but I will share with you the ones that are successful, simple, and delicious.

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I often say that I don’t like cooking but I actually quite enjoy it when I find recipes that are quick to do. And so I focus most of my time in the kitchen on finding recipes that are delicious but simple.

When we changed over from a normal diet to a gluten-free diet I faced a new challenge. Many gluten-free recipes are delicious but not simple!

So, of course, the swap over was quite daunting but I soon got the hang of it. Now, whenever I can I focus on simplifying gluten-free recipes and finding ones that are easy to make and only need a few ingredients.

The two-ingredient pizza dough is one of them and another one, my husband’s favorite, is gluten-free malva pudding.

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Easy Gluten-Free Malva Pudding

If you thought you couldn’t eat malva pudding on a gluten-free diet, I’m happy to tell you, you’re wrong! This recipe is really simple and it is absolutely divine!

Also, just by the way, if you’ve never had malva pudding you do not know what you are missing! Anyway back to the point, the dough.

Two-Ingredient Gluten-Free Dough Recipe

Check out more of my delicious and simple gluten-free recipes.

Two-Ingredient Gluten-Free Dough

Recipe by Joanna Steele / accordingtojo.comCourse: Snacks, Lunch, DinnerCuisine: Not SpecificDifficulty: Easy


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Make a delicious pizza, Tasty Tornadoes, or get creative using this super easy, two-ingredient, gluten-free, dough in any way you like!


  • 1/3 cup of plain or Greek yogurt

  • 1 cup of Self-Raising Gluten-Free Flour


  • Sieve the flour then add the yogurt.
  • Mix with a spoon until it forms a crumbly dough. Knead the dough with your hands. It might look a little dry but don’t add more yogurt. As you knead the dough it will begin to form into a nice round ball.
  • Lay out some glad wrap on your countertop. Stick it down with tape (I use masking tape). Also, wrap your rolling pin in glad wrap. The tape prevents though dough from sticking.two-ingredient gluten-free dough - easy dough -
  • On the glad wrap roll dough out to the desired shape for whatever recipe you’re planning on making.


  • It can be frozen so if you want to freeze some roll it out and then roll it up into a sheet of foil. Thaw completely before using it.
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How To Make Pizza With This Two-Ingredient Gluten-Free Dough

When you’re using this to make a pizza base, roll out the dough and place it in the oven for five minutes at 180 degrees Celcius. Then take it out and add your toppings. It’s best to cook your toppings first before placing them on the pizza.

We love chicken, pineapple, and two types of cheese. But you can put any toppings you want. That’s the fun part about making your pizza. So go wild with your toppings!

Once you’ve sprinkled your shredded cheese on top pop your pizza in the oven and bake it for another twenty or twenty-five minutes.

Take it out and enjoy your delicious, cheesy, homemade pizza, while it’s hot!

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6 thoughts on “Versatile Two-Ingredient Gluten-Free Dough Recipe – Pizza Bases And More!”

  1. Lisa Love

    Fantastic! The possibilities are endless, just different. I have switched many years ago to gluten free, dairy free (but for greek yogurt, and on occasion cheese), no sugar, only honey or live plant Stevia, keto foods only. Prebiotics, adaptogens, and probiotic. I drink tea and water only. So easy and fresh. Bam, what an amazing difference. Who knew? This will be great to try out.
    Doctors aren’t going to share this, as it cuts into their profit margins and big pharma is not happy with holisitc treatment.

    1. You’re so right! The possibilities are endless but you do have to be open to learning a whole lot of new recipes. There are some awesome ones out there. Easy and fresh are the best all the way! Well done on the tea and water. I drink too much coffee! And it’s so awesome to feel strong and healthy from all the nutrient rich foods. I’d love to know what you think of the dough. Drop a comment when you’ve tried it.

  2. Can I use coconut or spelt flour?

    1. Sorry for the delay I was away for a short while! I haven’t tried those flours in this recipe but from my experience with coconut flour in other recipes, it won’t work in this one. I don’t use spelt flour because we’re a strictly gluten-free family but it should work nicely because of the elasticity the wheat will offer. Hope it works/worked nicely for you!

  3. Dreama Rhodes

    Yay! Someone who understands the sacrifices we have to make on a gluten free diet. One of the things I miss the most is…. Big Macs!!! Then pizza.

    1. Ahh, it’s a struggle! But, once you’re in the swing of everything it gets easier. You’re so right though!! Endless sacrifices!! We crave burgers too and pizza ;( Hope you enjoyed the pizza dough?

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