Are you looking for a quick, easy bread recipe that’s low in calories, full of protein, and easy to make? Check out this slow cooker 2 ingredient dough bread recipe. This 2 ingredient dough is super-popular with Weight Watchers members because it’s low in points and easy to make. This crock pot version is especially easy and delicious. This dough is fun for kids and adults to make because it comes together so easily.
What is WW 2 Ingredient Dough?
Two ingredient dough is dough made with equal amounts of plain, non-fat Greek yogurt and self-rising flour.
Be sure to check out our basic WW 2 ingredient dough recipe here along with a variety of ways to use it.
Two ingredient dough takes just 2 items:
- Greek yogurt
- Self-rising flour
Mix these 2 ingredients together in equal amounts (1 cup of each for 6 servings, 2 points each on MyWW Green, Blue and Purple) and you can make bread, bread sticks, pretzels, pizza crust, and more.
Two ingredient dough is popular with WW members because it’s just 2 points per serving.
Do you need a low carb or gluten free variation? Check out our low carb 2 ingredient dough recipe for gluten-free, Paleo, keto and low carb lifestyles.
How Do I Make Bread in the Crock Pot?
Crock Pot bread is easy to make because the bread rises and cooks at the same time in the slow cooker.
Here are basic instructions for making bread in the crock pot.
- Shape your dough into the desired shape. I made my loaf round.
- Line crock pot with parchment paper and place dough in middle of paper. Be sure there are no large wrinkles that will stop bread from rising.
- Bake on HIGH for 2 hours.
- Check bread. The internal temperature should be 190-200 degrees and bread should be brown on the bottom. If you don’t have a thermometer, go by looks. It should be brown on the bottom and the top should not be wet or too soft.
- If desired (highly recommend) to brown the top, broil in the oven for 2-4 minutes so that bread has a crusty top.
Keep in mind this is a dough that rises with baking powder so it won’t rise as much as a yeast bread. Plus, the yogurt is heavy. Think of this as similar to a quick bread in texture.
While this isn’t a fluffy bread, the taste is absolutely delicious and has a sourdough-type flavor because of the yogurt.
What if I Don’t Have Self-Rising Flour?
If you don’t have self-rising flour, it’s no problem. Here is the substitute.
Homemade Self-Rising Flour
- 1 cup flour
- 1.5 tsp baking powder
- .5 tsp salt
Get complete details about how to make self-rising flour at home here.
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions About 2 Ingredient Dough
Can this crock pot bread recipe be baked in the oven?
Yes. After shaping, allow bread to rest, covered, in a warm place for 10-20 minutes. Then bake in a 350 oven for 25 minutes or until internal temperature of bread is 200 degrees.
Can this bread be made in the Instant Pot?
Yes, use the slow cooker option of the Instant Pot settings and follow the same directions as above.
Can this bread by made gluten free?
Yes. We recommend using Bob’s Red Mill gluten free flour and follow the instructions as indicated.
What else can I make with this dough?
Be sure to check out our list of 15+ recipes using 2 ingredient dough for lots of more recipes like pizza crust, calzones, cinnamon rolls, bread sticks, and more.
Can this bread be made without self-rising flour?
Yes. Substitute 1 cup flour, 1.5 tsp baking powder and .5 tsp of salt for self-rising flour.
Can bread be made with whole wheat flour?
It can, although the texture and rise will not be as good.
Can 2 ingredient dough be made into sandwich bread?
No, it is not recommend because the dough is heavier than what is required for sandwich bread.
Can you use regular yogurt for 2 ingredient dough?
No, yogurt that is not Greek yogurt will not be thick enough to give your dough the desired consistency.
My dough is too sticky. Help!
If your 2 ingredient dough is too sticky, add additional flour until the dough is able to be formed into a ball. Just keep in mind that additional flour adds points/calories to the total recipe.
What can 2 ingredient dough be made into?
Two ingredient dough can be made into bread, breadsticks, calzones, pretzels, bagels, and pizza crust. Click here for more 2 ingredient dough recipe variations.
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Crock Pot 2 Ingredient Dough Recipe
Prepare this delicious bread in minutes and let it cook for a couple hours in the crockpot. It’s easy, yummy, and a fun recipe for kids to make. The yogurt makes this full of filling protein.
This bread is delicious when it’s fresh (just be sure to wait for it to cool before slicing) and is great toasted.
Slow Cooker Two Ingredient Dough Bread Recipe
- slow cooker
- 1 cup self-rising flour
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
- Line slow cooker with parchment paper.
- Combine flour and yogurt in a large bowl.
- Mix until combined into a ball. The mixture will be somewhat sticky. If mixture is too sticky to work with, add more flour but adjust points accordingly.
- Place ball into center of parchment paper in slow cooker.
- Bake on HIGH for 2 hours.
- Check bread for doneness. If using a thermometer, bread should be 190-200 degrees. Bread should be brown on the bottom and not wet on top.
- If desired (recommended), broil in oven for 2-4 minutes to brown the top.
- Allow to cool. Cut into 6 slices.
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This 2 ingredient dough slow cooker bread is yummy as a side dish with dinner, or try toasted and enjoy with butter spray, butter, peanut butter, or other toppings. (Count additional points as needed.)
This is a heavier bread so not what I would use for sandwiches.
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