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Two ingredient pizza crust 

Let me set the scene for you. One mom and two kids snuggling on the couch reading “I am Abraham Lincoln.”

Mom: (certain that her children are brilliant and know the answer to this question) “So Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President, but who is our president now?”

Girl: shrugs shoulders. No clue.

Boy: “Uhhhh…”

Mom: (prompting) “Barack…”

Boy: (jubilant) “Osweiler!!!”

No. NO. Our president is not Brock Osweiler of the Denver Broncos! Utter fail.

I had another fail today. Well, it was a semi-fail.

  
I found a two ingredient pizza crust recipe. Two ingredients? Yes! My life has certainly changed for the better!

The two ingredients? Greek yogurt and self-rising flour. Two ingredients I have!

  
In general, if something seems too good to be true, it is. Sort of.

  
I did not like this pizza. The dough (even when baked for longer than the instructions) was too soft and almost doughy.

  
And it had a sort of sour aftertaste. That’s the Greek yogurt for you.

  
So naturally, I didn’t have high hopes for the kid’s responses. I actually pulled out some hot dogs, just in case.

  
I was, therefore, shocked when the kids loved this pizza. Miss Rae’s exact words? 

“Like it? I LOVE it!”

What do they know? They think the president is also a back up quarterback.

Care to see for yourself?

1 cup Greek yogurt

1 cup self rising flour

Preheat oven to 450. Mix yogurt and flour. Will be super sticky. Knead on a very floured surface until smooth and manageable. Spread onto a pizza stone. Top with desired toppings. Bake for 12-15 minutes.

Enjoy? Maybe.

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