Yoghurt Dough Mini Pizzas
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A simple dough with so many ways to turn these into pizzas. Your choice of toppings are only limited by your imagination! You can use the pan fried dough as a flatbread on it's own, mix flavours into the dough (like crushed garlic / dry thyme) OR you can make dessert pizza too with some cinnamon or vanilla essence added to the bases. I've even used yoghurt dough wrapped around a slice of banana and a chocolate button, dipped in cinnamon and baked for a fun "pocket cookie".
Serves: 3
  • 3 tbsp Natural Yoghurt (1 tbsp per mini pizza)
  • 3 tbsp SR flour (1 tbsp per mini pizza)
  • **Note** You can start to add wholemeal SR flour to the mix too and decrease the ratio of white: wholemeal / spelt flour to suit your family's preference) - For those not familiar with self raising flour - it is a flour with the rising agents already added to it. Instead, you can add baking powder to standard flour.
  • Olive Oil (for the pan)
  • Passata
  • Ham
  • Cheese
  1. Mix the flour and yoghurt together in a bowl so that you make a dough. Use extra flour on a flat surface to roll golf ball size dough balls into pizza bases.
  2. In a lightly oiled pan, cook the pizza bases on each side.
  3. Let them cool.
  4. Add your toppings to the pizzas and grill for 2-3 minutes until the cheese is bubbling.
Recipe by Play With Food at https://www.playwithfood.com.au/yoghurt-dough-pizzas-for-fussy-eaters/