Quick yoghurt flatbreads

These are so much nicer than shop-bought flatbreads; softer and far more delicious. And the wonderful thing is there’s no kneading, they take about ten mins start to finish and they give you extra protein, calcium and B12 from the yoghurt. You can have them simply rubbed with garlic, drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt or make a delicious herb and garlic butter. Or use them to make warm wraps and sandwiches with fillings such as falafel or hummus and salad, or mozzarella, tomato and basil. You can even top one with a poached egg, bacon and tomatoes to make a hearty brunch.


  • 260g self raising white flour
  • ¾ tsp of baking powder
  • 260g full fat natural yoghurt

To make herb and garlic butter just put a decent amount of butter in a processor and throw in some crushed garlic and any fresh herbs you have around (not coriander though – urgh!).

Nuush clients: Please apply the portion sizes stated in your account and divide the recipe so that you make only as much you need.


If making the garlic butter get that ready first – as described above in the ingredients section.

To make the flatbreads, use your freshly washed hands to combine the flour, baking powder and yoghurt in a mixing bowl; just gently press and squeeze until it forms a really lovely soft dough, it’ll only take a minute or two.

Now lightly flour the worktop, flatten the dough a bit and divide into two, then divide each half into four pieces. Shape them gently into balls then flatten them a little before rolling with a floured rolling pin. They should be 2-3mm thick. I would roll them all out before you start cooking otherwise it gets messy and frantic.

Score a few lines on the top of each one without cutting through, this will give the butter or olive oil somewhere to sink into.

Heat a griddle pan to HOT (or just a heavy frying pan if no griddle pan). No need for oil. Cook in batches, for a couple of mins on each side, they will puff up a bit, go a bit golden and get griddle lines on them.

If using the garlic herb butter have it ready and melted to pour over the flatbreads. Otherwise eat them with whatever you like!

Nutrition Info

Bread is a staple food so it’s important that it’s good quality without artificial additives. It gives us carbohydrates for energy and this flatbread contains yoghurt which provides valuable calcium, vitamin B12 and protein.


Good honest nutrition

Avoid those who don’t like bread or children.

Swiss proverb

Portion Guidelines

Instead of living with the bore of weighing food, counting points or calories and tapping everything you eat into a phone you can use nature’s custom-designed tool – your hands!

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