This Weight Watchers 2 ingredient dough everything bagel recipe hits the spot when you are in the mood for a savory breakfast or afternoon snack. These everything bagels give you the flavor of your favorite bagel shop or store-bought bagel for just a fraction of the typical points. Best of all, it’s easy to make with just a few simple ingredients.
What Is 2 Ingredient Dough?
This recipe has been around for a long time, but with plain, non-fat Greek yogurt now zero points for most WW members, this recipe is so popular.
All the recipes with this dough are no-yeast and no-knead. The bagels, breadsticks, and more that you make have a tangy flavor similar to sourdough from the Greek yogurt. They are soft on the inside with a chewy crust on the outside that is perfect for any bread lover.
If you haven’t tried it yet, 2-ingredient dough is a bread recipe made with equal parts self-rising flour and Greek yogurt.
Click here for the complete 2 ingredient dough recipe instructions and recipes to make with it.
How to Make Self-Rising Flour
Don’t have self-rising flour? No problem because you can make it at home with our easy instructions to make your own self-rising flour.
What are the Points for 2 Ingredient Dough?
Two Ingredient dough is 2 points per serving on WW Program 2023.
Points updated October 2023.
What Can I Make with 2 Ingredient Dough?
This dough can be made into so many delicious things like:
- bread (a small loaf)
- bread sticks
- cinnamon rolls
- blueberry bagels
- pizza crust – one of our reader’s favorites!
Low Carb 2 Ingredient Dough
Do you require a bread recipe that is low in carbs and easy to make? Check out this amazing low-carb 2 ingredient dough recipe. This is great for Keto, diabetics, and those who do better with a lower carb eating style.
The low-carb dough variations are also gluten-free.
Answers To Frequently Asked Questions
I gave up bagels on my weight loss journey because of the high calories and points. Can I really eat these and lose weight?
Yes, you can! Most bagel shops or even grocery store bagels are 300-400+ calories each. These bagels are approximately 95 calories each or 2 WW points.
Why is my yogurt dough too sticky?
One of the top trouble-shooting questions we receive is how to fix sticky dough. This dough can be quite sticky. That’s why we recommend that you start with using ALL the flour and only HALF of the yogurt. Slowly add more of the yogurt until you have a pliable dough ball that you can work with.
Also, be sure to use the thickest parts of your Greek yogurt and strain off any extra liquid.
If you’ve already started making your dough and it’s too sticky to work with, add extra flour. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to adjust the points accordingly.
Do these bagels last for a while and what is the best way to store them?
These bagels don’t last very long in my house. They are best when eaten within a day or two of baking them, but if you do have leftovers, they freeze very well. To freeze, place the bagels on a sheet pan in a single layer so they don’t stick together. Place in the freezer to flash freeze.
After the bagels are frozen solid, remove them from the sheet pan and place the frozen bagels into a gallon storage bag and back into the freezer. Frozen bagels can be thawed on the countertop for a few hours or in the microwave for 30 seconds in you can’t wait.
Once they are soft, they are especially delicious toasted in the toaster or air fryer.
You can even freeze the raw dough. Make the dough and divide it into balls. Freeze the dough balls on a sheet pan so they don’t stick together. Thaw dough overnight, shape into bagels, and bake as directed.
What other varieties of WW bagels can I make?
You won’t believe the variety of bagels you can make from this simple 2 ingredient dough. Take a look at this list of Two Ingredient Dough Bagels & 15+ Bagel Recipes.
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Weight Watchers 2 Ingredient Dough Everything Bagel Recipe with Step-by-Step Instructions & Photos
Step 1 – Gather the ingredients
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Get the ingredients measured and ready to assemble the dough.
Step 2 – Mix Greek yogurt with self-rising flour & form dough
Mix flour and half the yogurt to form a soft dough. Gradually add more of the yogurt until you have a pliable, slightly sticky dough.
Knead by hand for 3-4 minutes or use an electric stand mixer with a dough hook attachment.
Dust your workspace with additional flour and turn the ball of dough onto the workspace.
Step 3 – Form into 6 balls
Divide dough into 6 equal portions and form each into a ball.
Step 3 – Form into 6 bagels and add toppings
Form each ball into a bagel shape. Make the hole in the center wider than you think necessary to allow rising.
Sprinkle the top of each bagel with the Everything But The Bagel seasoning, pressing in gently.
Step 4 – Bake
Place bagels onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat.
Bake in 350 oven for 18-22 minutes or until golden brown.
Step 5 – Enjoy!
You can serve these warm right out of the oven, or refrigerate to have for the week.
What are the best ways to top these bagels?
Here are some delicious options for topping these Everything Bagels:
- Make a bagel breakfast sandwich with an egg scrambled with veggies. (0 additional points)
- You can’t lose with a turkey or ham sandwich topped with light mayo or mustard. (0-3 points extra for the ham or turkey)
- Use a quick spray of I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Spray (0 points)
- Spread with Brummel and Brown Spread made with yogurt (1 T is 2 points).
- Spread with real butter (1 T is 5 points).
- Spread with light margarine (1T is 3 points).
- Top with cream cheese – regular (2 points for 1 T, light (1 T is 1 point), whipped (1 T for 2 points), or fat-free cream cheese (1/4 cup is 1 point).
This recipe is perfect to serve to friends and family and is a nice change from light bread. They’d be so yummy served at your next brunch or breakfast gathering, and are a perfect healthy bagel option to bring to your next potluck, too.
Weight Watchers 2 Ingredient Dough Everything Bagel
- 1 cup self-rising flour
- 1 cup non-fat Greek yogurt plain (you may not need it all)
- 1.5 T Everything Bagel seasoning mix
- 1 small egg white brush on when adding toppings
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix flour and half the yogurt to form a soft dough. Gradually add more of the yogurt until you have a pliable, slightly sticky dough.
- Knead by hand for 3-4 minutes or use an electric stand mixer with a dough hook attachment.
- Dust workspace with additional flour and turn ball of dough onto workspace.
- Divide dough into 6 equal portions and form each into each ball.
- Form each ball into a bagel shape. Make the hole in the center wider than you think necessary to allow rising.
- Place bagels onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
- Brush bagels with egg white and 1 ablespoon of water mixture so toppings stick.
- Sprinkle each bagel with Everything Bagel seasoning, pressing seasoning lightly into dough.
- Bake in 350 oven for 18-22 minutes or until golden brown.
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