Easy Ways to Use 3-Ingredient Dough: Pizza, Bagels & More
BreadsticksEven a complete baking novice can make these with ease! Just season the dough, roll it out, and bake it up. We’ll be dipping ours in marinara sauce, how about you?
PizzaOf course we're gonna use this dough to make a pizza crust -- that's a no-brainer! We like to whip up personal pies for built-in portion control. Add your toppings of choice, and dig in…
Bagels & Bagel BitesHere’s how to get a bagel fix that won’t break the calorie bank. Just season the dough -- our go-to is everything bagel seasoning, which you can order on Amazon -- and then form it into rings or balls. For fruity fun, use flavored Greek yogurt and freeze-dried fruit!
Hungry for More 3-Ingredient Dough Ideas?Start with this basic recipe, and then get creative…
Make Simple FlatbreadsDress 'em up however you like. Top one with hummus and veggies, your favorite sandwich ingredients… even fruit, yogurt, and cinnamon for a sweet spin!
Make Calzones or EmpanadasJust divvy up that dough into two 6-inch circles, and top half of each one with ingredients like mozzarella & marinara, or refried beans & shredded cheddar. Fold the dough over the filling, and press with fork tongs to seal before baking. Mmmm!
Make Garlic KnotsHello, comfort food! Roll out a strip of dough with your hands, tie it into a knot, and then bake. Toss or brush the baked knots with a bit of olive oil, and sprinkle with garlic powder and Parmesan cheese.
Chew on this:
April 24th (today) is National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day! Here's our classic recipe… Come to think of it, you could make it with today’s 3-ingredient dough!
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