Two Ingredient Dough
The most straightforward dough you'll ever make
Depends on what you choose to make (ex: bites, pizza crust, etc)
- ▪ 1 Cup NonFat Plain Greek Yogurt
▪ 1 Cup All Purpose Flour
▪ Cinnamon & Stevia
▪ Chocolate Pudding
▪ Everything Bagel Seasoning
▪ Parmesan Cheese
▪ Garlic Powder
▪ PB Powder + Water
1. Combine ingredients then season/fill however you'd like! Can make bite size pieces or use as a crust for a pie or pizza
2. Bake time will depend on size and shape of finished product; in general bake until crust becomes goloden
Buy It & Try It
Non-Fat Plain Greek Yogurt
Store I Purchase At: Aldi or Jewel Osco (Parent company: Albertsons)
Typical Price: $3-$5
Where In The Store: Yogurt section
1. Great source of protein and probiotic! I love to buy plain because it's really a blank canvas--you can use it to make Tatziki sauce or add some syrup and fruit and make it super sweet!
2. Minimal carbs and no fat per serving and really just a blank canvas! You can flavor and use it however you want!
3. Don't limit yourself with this product--you can create cream sauces, cream cheese spreads, and even homemade biscuits!
Everything Bagel Seasoning
Store I Purchase At: Aldi
Typical Price: $1-$3
Where In The Store: Seasoning section
1. By now I'm sure we're all obsessed with this seasoning! For me, Aldi has the best flavor and the best price when it comes down to it!
2. I have seen a lot of "everything bagel" seaoning at Tj Maxx or Homegoods in larger packaging and relatively low prices but I'm here to warn you and say, not all everything bagel seasonings are created equal!
3. I have heard people obsess over Trader Joes version--I think it's pretty much the same, Aldi just has better pricing!
Store I Purchase At: Amazon or Tj Maxx/Homegoods
Typical Price: Depends on the size container you buy
Where In The Store: Snack/food section (Tj Maxx/Homegoods)
1. Peanut butter without all the fat! Now I'm not saying don't eat fat, we all need to consume a good amount each day, but powdered peanut butter gives you the abililty to add flavor to recipes or top your meals with peanut butter and save some calories!
2. The best advice I have when adding water to make a spread is to use a 2:1 ratio. Two parts powder, 1 part water. It's easy to make the spread super water by adding even a little bit too much water so it's really best to add a tiny bit at a time until the consistency is just right!
3. Sometimes the powder can lack a little bit of the sweetness you would get with a normal peanut butter spread so if that's the case, add a little bit of stevia and you got yourself a sweet and low fat peanut spread!