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#2ingredientdough NAAN Bread

#2ingredientdough Naan Bread | My Skinny Sweet Tooth

There’s nothing this dough can’t do. Seriously.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock in the Instagram world, the 2 ingredient dough has finally came back into light after a few years. I have a very old blog post about it but it never took off like I had hoped, but ever since Weight Watchers launched their new FreeStyle Program, people caught on quick and I’m so glad! So what changed?

0% greek yogurt is now 0 smart points! *happy dance*

#2ingredientdough Naan Bread | My Skinny Sweet Tooth

Everyone has been making it for pizza, calzones, cinnamon rolls, burger buns, pretzels, bagels, EVERYTHING. There’s pretty much nothing this dough can’t do.

When I had tikka masala on the menu this week, I dug through my freezer for my trusty Trader Joe’s Naan. Unfortunately, it was freezer burnt and not the least bit appetizing. I tossed it in the trash and pondered going out for more. It didn’t take long for me to say, “Ummm. Nope. Staying in.” I headed to the pantry, got the self rising flour, greek yogurt and a few basic staples and *BAM!*, 2 ingredient naan bread was born.

#2ingredientdough Naan Bread | My Skinny Sweet Tooth

It’s almost like this dough was made to be naan because of the chewy texture and tangy flavor from the yogurt. It’s fantastic and only 3sp a piece (compared to 6sp of the ones now buried in my trash can.)

Dinner is going to be soooo good!

#2ingredientdough NAAN Bread

#2ingredientdough Naan Bread | My Skinny Sweet Tooth

Author: My Skinny Sweet Tooth
Yields: 4 naan
Serving Size: 1 naan
Smart Points per Serving: 3sp
Macros per Serving: 150 calories
0g Fat, 28g Carbs, 9g Protein


1 cup self rising flour (Plus more for dusting)
1 cup 0% greek yogurt
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp garlic powder (or minced garlic)
1 scallion (light and dark green part), chopped.


• Combine all ingredients into a bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook.

• Mix for several minutes until a dough ball forms. (Or mix/knead by hand in a
bowl for several minutes).

• Heat a nonstick skillet on medium heat.

• Meanwhile, separate the dough into 4 pieces.

• Lay out some parchment paper and dust lightly with flour.

• Shape each piece into a thin, oblong/”naan” shape. (Dusting lightly with more flour if needed.)

• Cook them one at a time in the skillet for 2-3 minutes per side.

• Enjoy!

6 thoughts on “#2ingredientdough NAAN Bread”

  1. I, too, decided to make naan with the two ingredient dough because I was making tiki Masala. I added a little garlic to the dough because that’s just the way I roll… it was delicious…


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