A delicious kid’s breakfast of easy yoghurt flatbread with egg and avocado.
Easy Yoghurt Flatbread with Egg + Avocado
This is the easiest bread I have ever made! 2 ingredients and done in less than 10 minutes. A great one for the kids to help with (if you can cope with being covered in flour from floor to ceiling for a few minutes).
The best thing about this breakky….. no crusts for them to leave behind! You get a clean plate at the end. Really easy to make and a bit healthier than plain bread. I made mine the day before as we used them for pizza bases for dinner, then just warmed the breads up in a dry fry pan before cooking the egg.
Such a great way to give the kid’s a protein rich, sugar free, good fats filling breakfast on these cold Winter mornings before school or kindy.
Photographed on our fav dinner set from Bobo and Boo, made from eco friendly and non toxic bamboo. Such a great plastic free alternative. The easy to clean, sleeping teddy placemat is from Leo and Bella.
- 1 cup natural or greek yoghurt
- 1 cup self raising flour
- extra flour for dusting
In a bowl combine the yoghurt and flour until mostly mixed together.
Dust the bench lightly with the extra flour and tip mixture out onto bench.
Knead for about 5 minutes or until the dough comes together. It will start out quite crumbly with bits all over the bench, but as you knead it, pick those extra bits up and after about 5 minutes it will come together to form a smooth dough.
Break off small balls and roll out flat with a flour dusted rolling pin.
Place a dry fry pan (no oil) over med-high heat and shake off any excess flour, then place a bread into the fry pan. After about a minute it will start to bubble up just slightly, flip over and cook for about the same time on the other side.
Use a dry tea towel or cloth, to wipe out any flour from the fry pan between breads as this will start to burn.
Serve topped with a fried egg and sliced avocado.
These will keep for a few days in an airtight container in the fridge. Just warm up in a dry fry pan when ready to serve.
You can be quite generous with extra flour for dusting without the bread getting dry, this recipe is really relaxed. (I don't even measure mine now, I just mix together until it sticks like dough)