Simple yoghurt flatbread pizzas…. perfect for a warm Winter’s lunch or easy Friday night dinner!
We are eating this flatbread for every meal in our house at the moment…. so easy and delicious, it’s such a relief for me having both kids finish entire meals without complaining! We are having it for breakfast with eggs and avocado and pizza for dinner. I use my home made tomato pasta sauce as the pizza base, making this possibly one of the healthiest pizzas your kid’s will ever eat. So easy to just top with whatever is in the fridge, my kids love bacon and cheese the best, but can also add veggies like tomato, capsicum, mushrooms, spinach and avocado.
The bases are so easy even a three year old can make them!
Simple Yoghurt Flatbread Pizzas
- 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.
Top with sauce, grated cheese and toppings of choice and bake in a hot oven until cheese is melted to your liking. I like mine a little crispy around the edges.
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)