Two Ingredient Bread Sticks

Here I go again with the “two ingredient” recipes. But seriously, that’s all it takes to make simple bready things. The two ingredients are plain Greek yogurt and self rising flour. No eggs, no milk and no shortening.

I have used this recipe to make pretzels, flatbreads and bagels. They all turned out delicious. What makes the difference is what goes on top. It’s crazy how it takes on the flavor of what it meant to be use for.

 

The other day I was having soup and salad and wanted some sort of bread stick to go with it, so I grabbed my yogurt and flour and made a dough.
I divided the dough into four pieces. With each piece of dough, I rolled into snake stick shapes and placed them on a lined cookie sheet and baked them for about 12 minutes. 

2 ingredient bread sticks.
•1/2 cup self rising flour.
•1/2 Cup plain Greek Yogurt.

-Bake 425 for 10-15 minutes.
-Brush with Butter (or garlic butter).
Makes four 6 inch sticks. Only 63 calories each.


I love how they turned out. They had the same texture as any other bread stick you get from a restaurant. It was the perfect portion with my lunch.

These bread sticks are not only easy to make, they are also on the healthy side of things. 
Each stick is only 63 calories so its less than a slice of bread and a whole lot better. I will be making more of these as they are now my favorite.


Off post: For some reason after I did an update, the spell check tab on my blogger tool bar is no longer there for some reason. I hope blogger gets that fixed soon. Meanwhile please excuse any misspelled words you find. 

10 comments

  1. Oh my gosh these look delicious! I'm going to try them!
    Dolly

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  2. Thank you for the recipe!!! I am going to make some of these!
    I noticed the spell check isn't working too! I miss it!

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  3. I'm amazed! And I'm going to give this a try - thanks for the tip!

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  4. Ok you convinced me, imma have to buy some Greek Yogurt. YOu always make food look good and easy. Love from over here...
    Sherry & jack

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  5. Hi Lisa!
    I can always count on coming by and finding interesting recipes! This cant be easier and they look good!
    Hope you are having a great weekend!
    jess xx
    www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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  6. Wow they look great.
    The spell check on my blog has not been there for the past week.

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  7. Two ingredients, 12 minutes, and then YUM! Perfect! I'm visiting from Wonderful Wednesday.

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  8. Chickpeas !!! sounds different, well I will definitely give a try to these cookies made out of chickpea. I need to give a surprise to my friends. This is the best option. Thank you so, Lisa, for the pictorial recipe presentation can't resist me from the tempting shots. Waiting for more such recipes !!! Enjoy Lisa.

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