Easy Yoghurt Flatbread made with just 2 ingredients and no kneading required! Ready in minutes. Perfect for lunch boxes, pizza bases, burgers and big breakfasts.
Easy Yoghurt Flatbread + Gluten Free Version
School morning Samurai sleeps til 8.30…… day at home when I plan to get work done before they wake…… up at 5.30. I am totally aware this is happening in houses everywhere, but jeez!! Here I am complaining about an extra 3 hours as I plan to drive the entire length of Western Australia with them…. ha ha luckily for me I have very low energy kids, they are completely happy just chilling in the car…… 9 hours may be a different story, we will see. For anyone who knows WA, we live in Dunsborough and driving to hang with my bestie of 30 years and her two kids in sunny Port Hedland……. almost tip to tip.
These are pretty much a staple in our house. Way better than a loaf of bread as no crusts are left behind. Also no added sugars or salt, just flour and yoghurt. I make a batch and keep in an airtight container for 3 days, reheat on a dry frypan and they taste light and fresh again.
I have bought some gluten free flour and will be experimenting next week using it, keep an eye out and I will update this recipe if it works out!
Easy Yoghurt Flatbreads
- 1 cup natural yoghurt
- 1 cup self raising flour, wholemeal is good
- 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.
You can be really generous with the flour and these still wont dry out.
A great recipe for the kids to help with......... very messy though!
For gluten free, use store bought gluten free flour and same measurements as above. Don't try and roll out too thin. Cook for a little longer on a lower heat to cook right through.
For the gluten free version I used this self raising flour and they worked perfectly!
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