I saw this flatbread recipe on instagram, a flatbread made from only greek yogurt and flour, and I just HAD to make it. It’s such a genius idea. And it’s tastes hella good. So I whipped up a batch that night when I was having friends over for a Mediterranean night and instead of using flour, I used gluten free flour. And guess what? That shit was BOMB. So I recently tried it again and had Brian give it a try and he is obsessed. He loves this flatbread so much. Yesterday he put eggs on them then he also made a peanut butter and jelly in the afternoon. I was really happy he loved them…until I woke up this morning to find that he had used all of the heavy cream and hadn’t replaced it. I was ready for my one decaf coffee per week and he stole that beautiful moment from me. Is this what men are for? Training you for what it’s like to have a child in the house? Seems like it. So you know what I’m about to do? Passively aggressive stuff my face with all these flatbreads so he can’t have anymore. Totally the levelheaded response. I’LL SHOW HIM.
Actually, he probably won’t even notice because he could care less about food. Which is really surprising I married him. I always thought I would marry someone with super similar interests, meaning food, but I’ve married the complete opposite. Brian cares about golf, having a good night out, and watching the Chiefs. I hate all of those things. But he has a huge heart, loves the water, and wants to constantly grow and evolve as a human, so luckily we have a few things in common. And because of that, I can ignore the fact that he doesn’t care about an 8-course dinner made by a world renowned chef, with flavors I’ve never experienced before. I’ll leave those nights to myself or with a girlfriend. And his other qualities make up for the fact that he never refills the heavy cream. But for today, HE WILL PAY. Excuse me while I go stuff my face or simply hide the flatbread.
3 Ingredient Flatbread
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 30 minutes
- Total Time: 50 minutes
- Yield: 6-8 flatbreads 1x
- Add all ingredients to a large bowl and begin to mix together with hands. This will make a sticky dough.*
- Dust your hands in flour then roll the dough into 6-8 equal sized balls.
- Place more flour on hand surface and roll dough with a rolling pin to flatten it out.
- Heat a cast iron skillet or a nonstick skillet over medium heat, spray with just a bit of avocado oil spray, then add the flattened dough. Cook for a couple minutes, until bubbles begin to rise in the dough then flip to cook for 1-2 more minutes. Repeat with remaining dough.
- Use dough as flatbread crusts, add peanut butter and jelly, top with meat for a gyro-style wrap, or however you please!
*I found that different greek yogurts have different water contents. If you found that your dough isn’t getting sticky and it’s still crumbling apart, you can add 1 tablespoon of water at a time, mixing the dough together until it’s sticky
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