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New Pizza Oven plus Two Pizza Crusts

 We recently purchased the Ooni Pizza outdoor oven.  It's a smaller, portable oven that uses either wood or propane gas, so I felt like we could take it camping with us for a fun meal!  We recently gave it its inaugural run, and to cut to the chase, we absolutely loved it.

My husband was the pizza chef.  He got the oven ready by lighting some real charcoal (not briquettes) and fed it some small pieces of wood.  He got the temperature to the recommended 900 degrees!  The outside stayed relatively cool and safe. My role was to make the pizza dough.

We tried two different doughs.  The first was a simple pizza dough by Baker Betty.  We liked the yeasty flavor of this dough, it was more like the pizza dough we are used to.  Go to the link to get the full recipe.  The second dough was the popular Weight Watcher Two Ingredient dough that is being used in all kinds of bread baking situations.  The recipe we used is below.

Baker Betty's dough is yeasty and delicious.  The crust rises well and forms luscious bubbles when baking.  The Weight Watchers dough is whiter, with smaller, denser bubbles and a less yeasty taste.  We decided when time was not an issue, we would always use the Baker Betty crust, but camping we would probably use the Weight Watchers crust.

Yield: 3
Author: Terri Steffes
Two Ingredient Pizza Dough

Two Ingredient Pizza Dough

This dough makes enough for three 12" crusts. While it isn't as yeasty as regular pizza dough, it is very good.
Prep time: 10 MinCook time: 10 Mininactive time: 15 MinTotal time: 35 Min


  • 2 c self rising flour
  • 1-2 c nonfat plain Greek Yogurt


  1. Add your flour to a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add in one cup of yogurt.  Using the dough hook on your mixer, blend the two ingredients together.  Add more yogurt if needed.  Yogurts have different levels of water and thus the range.
  3. Once dough has mixed into a ball, cover with a cloth and let rest for at least 10 minutes.
  4. Knead for 5 minutes on a flour-covered surface.
  5. Divide into three smaller balls.
  6. Form one ball into a circle by pressing your fingers into the ball.  continue until the circle is about 12"
  7. Place on stone, add ingredients and bake


Each of these pizza balls is about 400 cal. So one pizza could be a single serving.



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