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Weight Watchers Pizza Dough Recipe – 2 ingredient pizza dough – no rising time! There are only 12 WW SP for the entire crust recipe, so if you want to eat the entire thing, you just need to save your weekly points. This pizza crust is also macro friendly.

Even if you’re NOT on Weight Watchers, this crust is delicious. It tastes JUST like a regular pizza crust and it’s super fast to make.

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2 Ingredient Healthier Pizza Crust

I’m calling this Weight Watchers Pizza Dough, but it’s also called 2-ingredient pizza dough or skinny pizza crust or so many other things. I didn’t invent this recipe (I have no idea who did) but I’m sharing it because it’s absolutely genius.

Why you’ll love this recipe

  • Just 2 ingredients!
  • The recipe is high in protein.
  • It’s chewy and tastes like regular pizza dough.
  • No yeast, no rise time!
  • It’s QUICK pizza dough so you can make it last minute.
Ingredients needed to make easy garlic knots

Pizza Dough Ingredients

  • Self Rising Flour: This makes up the base of the dough. You can buy self rising flour in the baking aisle of any store but if you don’t have it don’t worry, you can make your own self rising flour. I’ve added a note in the recipe how to substitute, and don’t worry it just adds 2 simple ingredients to the recipe (which you most likely already have: Baking Powder and Salt).
  • Nonfat Greek Yogurt: This is how the dough comes together and how the magic happens! Greek Yogurt gives the low calorie pizza crust tons of extra protein which is how it’s healthier. Use Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt.
shot of pizza with slice

Weight Watchers + Macro Friendly Pizza

When you make Weight Watchers Pizza Dough, you can eat the whole dough recipe for only 12 points.

Yogurt Pizza Dough has only 520 calories for the entire crust (without toppings).

But because this 2-ingredient pizza dough recipe is made with a secret ingredient, the protein is amped WAY up: there’s a whopping 17g of protein in this crust recipe.

Of course, toppings are extra calories, but if you’re dieting, my homemade pizza sauce is healthier than a lot of the ones out there. Use low-fat shredded mozzarella cheese if you want or make it a vegetarian pizza. Split it with your husband or wife or kid and you have the perfect portion controlled Friday Night Dinner.

rolled out raw pizza crust

How to make 2 Ingredient Pizza Dough

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Place your cookie sheet, pizza pan, or pizza stone in the oven to preheat with the oven.
  2. Stir together yogurt and flour until a thick dough forms. Turn out dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead until it forms a dough ball.
  3. Place ball on a sheet of parchment paper. Roll out to desired size (approximately 10-inches diameter). Top with desired toppings.
  4. Carefully transfer the parchment to the hot pizza pan.
  5. Bake for 20-30 minutes, or until crust is browned and cooked through.
  6. If you are adding a TON of toppings or notice that your crust is soggy in the center, then bake without toppings for about 15 minutes, then top with toppings.

Expert Tips for Weight Watchers Pizza Dough

  • Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt: use your favorite brand. Just make sure it’s nonfat and plain.
  • Self-rising flour. Don’t have it? Check out my post on how to make self-rising flour.
  • Want a flavorful dough? Add some granulated garlic or spices to the dough.
  • Just make sure the pizza is cooked all the way through before it’s done baking. If you want a crunchier crust, pre-bake it for a few minutes before topping it.
  • Make multiple pizza crusts by doubling or tripling the recipe.

2 Ingredient Pizza Dough FAQ

How many points are in WW 2 ingredient dough?

The dough has 12 points.

Can you freeze dough made with self rising flour?

Yes you can freeze the dough, either pre-baked or after baking.

Can you cook pizza on parchment paper?

It’s recommended to transfer the dough to parchment paper before baking. This makes it easier to place it on the hot pan.

How do you make a crunchy pizza crust?

The secret to a crunchy pizza crust – regular or skinny pizza dough – is to bake it on a hot pan (one preheated in the oven while the oven is heating).

Can I use whole wheat flour?

I don’t recommend using all whole wheat flour. If you’re making your own self-rising flour then do half and half whole wheat flour. This recipe should work fine if you substitute white whole wheat flour, but be sure to add the baking powder and salt.

The 2 ingredient dough is very wet, what happened?

There could be a few reasons for this and I think that brand of Greek Yogurt is the most likely cause. I usually use Chobani or whatever store brand there is. Some yogurts are wetter than others, and this can cause you to need more flour. If the dough is too wet, then add more flour until it comes together.

Is yogurt pizza dough Macro Friendly?

Yes – if you use Chobani yogurt, the macros (2 servings per pizza) 260 Calories, 47C/0F/17P. Want more protein? Use one of the specialty extra protein yogurts they have (like Oikos Triple Zero).

My recipe calculator told me this was more calories.

Every brand yogurt has a different calorie and nutritional count. The calculator in the recipe card used Chobani Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt as it’s base for the yogurt.

Do you need special tools to make pizza?

Nope but if you want to use my favorite tools I love this Pizza Pan and this Pizza cutter.

pizza dough on cutting board

Weight Watchers Pizza Dough

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2 ingredient pizza crust – weight watchers pizza dough that's macro friendly! Yogurt pizza crust has 2 ingedients and is so easy and tastes like regular pizza.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Yield 2 servings
Serving Size 1 serving


  • 1 cup nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1 cup self-rising flour see note
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  • Preheat oven to 400°F. Place baking sheet/pizza pan/pizza stone in oven to preheat with the oven.
  • Stir together yogurt and flour until a thick dough forms. Turn out dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead until it forms a dough ball.
  • Place ball on a sheet of parchment paper. Roll out to desired size (approximately 10-inches diameter). Top as desired. Carefully transfer the parchment paper to the hot pan.
  • Bake for 20-30 minutes, or until crust is browned and cooked through.

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Recipe Notes

How to make self-rising flour if you only have all purpose. To substitute: use 1 cup all-purpose flour and add 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Macros (2 servings per pizza; macros per serving): 260 Calories, 47C/0F/17P
Weight Watchers: 12 points for the entire crust.
Flavor your crust: Add 1 tsp of dried herbs or some onion or garlic powder when mixing.
Find it on My Fitness Pal as Weight Watchers Pizza Crust – Crazy for Crust. Nutritional Information shown using Chobani Greek Yogurt.

Recipe Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 260kcal | Carbohydrates: 49g | Protein: 17g | Cholesterol: 5mg | Sodium: 843mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 3g
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
Course Main Course
Cuisine American

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  1. This was so good! I’m really impressed and will definitely be using this again. Makes me not feel so bad for eating the whole thing!

  2. How is this so low in calories? 1 cup self raising flour = 340g = 1,139 calories. Is there a specific self raising flour I should be getting to bring the calories down?

    1. I’m not sure where you’re getting that high number. There are roughly 110-120 grams in a cup of all purpose flour and self raising shouldn’t be much different. (You can make 1 cup of self raising flour by adding 1 1/4 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp salt which is what I did and it came out fine.)

      Divide the dough ball in four knots and the total WW points for each knot is 4. I rolled the knot into a rope, cut it into inch size pieces and then rolled each in a mixture of 1 T nutritional yeast and a bit of garlic salt. 

      They were delicious and gave me the bread fix I’d been looking for since starting WW. A little goes a long way!