2 Ingredient Pizza Dough

The easiest pizza you’ll ever make and you can eat the whole thing without feeling guilty 🙂

If you know me you know my favorite food in the entire world is PIZZA. I could eat it every day for the rest of my life if I had to. In light of having to be on stage in a bathing suit in 2 weeks…. I had to quit my habit of eating a large pizza by myself once a week.

Sad day. See you soon large Dominos thin crust with banana peppers and olives.

SO without having to give it up completely, I found an awesome hack. This is a “weight watchers” recipe and although I’m not doing weight watchers it definitely goes along with my low carb diet I’m trying to follow. This is not an original recipe of mine, just something I found online I thought I should share 🙂

ALSO from the pizza connoisseur herself…. this is no dominos pizza but let me tell ya it’ll do for the next 2 weeks! This dough gets crispy on the outside and remains a bit doughy on the inside. I hope you enjoy it!!!


1 cup of self rising flour

1 cup non-fat plain greek yogurt


Pizza Sauce (I use “Mezzetta Homemade Marinara” the healthiest I could find at Walmart aka made from all natural ingredients I could pronounce)

Shredded Mozzarella (go for the low-moisture, part-skim if you wanna keep it healthy)

ANY other topping you like on a pizza! My personal favs are spinach, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, roma tomatoes and chicken sausage!

These links are from Aldi, although you can use any chicken sausage!


Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

In a large bowl combine your cup of flour and yogurt. You will have to get dirty with this part, use your hands and knead the dough until it has all combined evenly.

On a flat surface (ex. cutting board) cover with flour and transfer your dough. Cover your rolling pin with flour and dust the top of the dough with flour so they won’t stick together. Roll the dough until its the width/length you desire. I just try and match the size of my baking sheet best I can.

Once your dough is rolled, transfer it to the pan you will be cooking it on. Cover your dough in the pizza sauce and any other topping you’re using. Personally, I like to add the spinach next, a little cheese to hold the spinach in place and then the remainder of my toppings.

Once your pizza is dressed, pop that baby in the oven at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes. After the 20 minutes I check it and just be your own judge if it needs to stay longer.

Personally, I like all my things extra crispy so I turn the broiler on for the last 2 minutes to get it nice and crisp!


The finished product!

Mississippi Pot Roast

As my mom said, “This is the best roast I have had in my entire life.”

This is just a little twist on your traditional pot roast, but man is it good and so easy!

1 roast (4-5 pounds. I use 3ish pounds because my crockpot is small)

1 package of ranch dressing mix

1 package of Au Jus mix

1 stick of butter

8-10 Pepperoncinis

Place the roast in the bottom of your crock pot. Sprinkle both packages of dry mix over the roast. Place the stick of butter on the roast & add your pepperoncinis all around. Cook on high for 7-8 hours!