Low Fat Air Fryer Pizza

There’s no way you could make your own pizza dough and have a cheesy pepperoni pizza with just 5 grams of fat per slice in under 30 minutes, right? Wrong. With this simple air fryer pizza recipe, you can now replace the frozen and delivery pizzas with a healthier (and tastier) option on even the busiest of nights. 

You’ll find a printable recipe card at the bottom of this post along with a video tutorial. If you have ingredient questions, they’re likely covered in the post between here and there. If not, I’m happy to help! 

sliced pepperoni pizza in the ninja foodi air fryer basket

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Step 1: Mix all purpose flour, baking powder, salt, garlic powder, and fat free Greek yogurt together to make nearly fat free pizza dough. 

how to make Greek yogurt pizza dough with all purpose flour

This recipe almost uses the same Greek yogurt dough as my cast iron skillet pizza, with the only difference being the addition of baking powder. Since this pizza is air fried without olive oil like in the cast iron version, I wanted to give the dough a little rise to avoid a bland cracker-like crust. 

If you’re new to making Greek yogurt pizza dough, it’s super easy to make. And unlike my Greek yogurt biscuit dough or monkey bread pizookie, it’s almost impossible to mess up by over mixing. Just throw everything in a bowl, give it a stir, and use your hand to work everything into a ball of dough.

Once you’ve made a couple batches, you’ll be able to pump out pizza dough in about 5 minutes! 

Greek yogurt pizza dough beside Ninja Foodi air fryer basket

I used my 6.5-quart Ninja Foodi for air frying, so the pizza dough is ideal for making an 8″ crust to the fit the Foodi’s air fryer basket. If you’re using a smaller/larger air fryer, you can easily scale the recipe up or down for a better fit.

A few important notes for making the dough: 

  • Use a food scale if possible. You should be able to easily handle the dough. If not, your measurements are off. A food scale could’ve prevented that! (I have my recommended scale on my kitchen tools Amazon list.)
  • I’ve not had any luck substituting other types of flour or yogurt so substitute at your own risk. 
  • If you are having trouble handling the dough, you can use a rolling pin or spray your hands with a bit of cooking spray or sprinkle of flour. 

If you have any other dough questions, drop a comment at the bottom of this post. 

Step 2: Air fry the pizza dough at 400ºF for 12-15 minutes, flipping once, before adding toppings.

how to air fry the pizza dough

I mentioned that this crust is air fried without olive oil, but I did use a bit of olive oil cooking spray. It’s common knowledge that I have the quickest sprays this side of the Mississippi, so I don’t count any nutrition facts from cooking sprays. If you have a slower trigger finger and want to track it, go right ahead. 

You could also brush olive oil on both sides of the crust. I did this for my air fryer cheese bread, and half a tablespoon did the job perfectly. And that’s only 60 extra calories added to the entire recipe. Worth it! 

Can I use an oven to bake the crust instead of air frying?

Yep! My pepperoni sheet pan pizza recipe does just that with a slightly lower temp and longer bake time. You can play around with the temp and time. Just try to match the look of your bread to the photos above to know when to flip and add the cheese. 

Step 3: Add toppings and air fry for another 3-5 minutes.

toppings on the air fried pizza dough

I kept it simple with a marinara, cheese, and turkey pepperoni combo. Feel free to get creative just be aware of the quick cook time at the end. If you’re working with a topping that requires more than a few minutes to cook, you’ll want to cook it separately before adding the the crust.

You could also try reducing the temperature in the final run of air frying, but you’ll want to check on the crust to make sure you’re not burning it. 

If you want more topping ideas, I included a ton in the cast iron pizza recipe like a buffalo chicken dip pizza. There’s also my Ninja Foodi breakfast pizza that uses a biscuit crust. And my free Facebook group has a beaucoup of folks crazy about pizza you can get ideas from. 

pepperoni pizza in the Ninja Foodi air fryer basket

I think that’s all the notes I have for you. When you finally get a pizza this recipe, I wanna hear about it. Come back and leave a review or hop in my Facebook group and share it with the crew! 

pepperoni pizza in the Ninja Foodi air fryer basket

Air Fryer Pizza

Yield: 4 Slices
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Cheesy turkey pepperoni on top of a Greek yogurt pizza crust air fried to crispy perfection!


For the Pizza Dough

  • 1 C (120g) All Purpose Flour
  • 1/2 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/4 tsp Kosher Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 2/3 C (150g) Fat Free Greek Yogurt

For the Toppings

  • 1/3-1/2 C (80-120g) Pizza Sauce or Marinara
  • 1/2 C (56g) Shredded Italian Cheese Blend (mozzarella and parmesan)
  • 30g Turkey Pepperoni
  • Pinch of Crushed Red Pepper and Oregano (optional)


  1. Mix the dry dough ingredients together in a large bowl before adding the Greek yogurt. Use a fork or rubber spatula to mix everything together until crumbly. Empty the beginnings of the dough onto a flat surface and use your hands to form a ball of dough. (You can also use a food processor or stand mixer for this step.)
  2. Use your hands to press outward from the center of the dough, creating thicker edges for the crust than in the center. The dough should be about 8" in diameter.
  3. Spray the air fryer basket with cooking spray before adding the crust. You can spray the top with a little extra cooking spray or brush with olive oil to help with browning.
  4. Air fry at 400ºF for 8-10 minutes* or until golden brown. Use a fork or tongs to carefully flip the crust. Air fry for an additional 3-5 minutes until both sides are golden brown.
  5. Add the toppings and air fry an additional 3-5 minutes until the cheese is melted and toppings are cooked to your liking.


*I used a 6.5-quart Ninja Foodi for air frying. Different air fryers may require different cook times/temps. Start on the lower end and extend as needed. You can reference the photos in the post above for visual cues on what your crust should look like at each step. If you don't have an air fryer, you should be able to bake the crust on a baking sheet or pizza stone.

Each slice (1/4 of the pizza) has 6 WW SmartPoints (blue plan).

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Slices Serving Size: 1 Slice
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 200Total Fat: 5gCarbohydrates: 25gProtein: 13g

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30 thoughts on “Low Fat Air Fryer Pizza”

    • For the all purpose flour you say to use 1 cup (120g) but 120g is not 1 cup, it’s 1/2….so am I supposed to use 1 cup or 1/2 cup?

      • 1 cup of all purpose flour weighs 120 grams per the nutrition label on the packaging. 1/4 cup = 30 grams on every all purpose flour I’ve ever used. And with my recipes, especially the baking ones, I’d always go with ingredient weight if you have a scale. So 120g for this pizza dough.

  • Weekly favorite here! I usually cut the recipe in half and use self rising flour instead of flour and baking powder. I love changing up toppings!!

  • I made this with my fiance today and we freaking loved it! I added some spray butter and garlic along the ends of the crust before baking it made a scrumptious ending to an amazing slice. I can’t recommend this recipe enough!!

  • This is a perfect recipe for easy weight watcher meal or anyone looking to watch the calories while enjoying pizza!

  • Made this in the oven today and…… LOVE. This is the only way I’m eating pizza ever again. I usually binge pizza without feeling full and I ate half and was stuffed. Trying it in the air fryer next time!

  • I love pizza so I knew I needed to try this recipe! I had a little issue with my dough being too wet. I Thank my nonfat yogurt had too much liquid in it. I had to add a little more flour but the crust still came out super tasty. I’m already looking forward to trying it again and hoping for a better result next time!

  • I tried this today and I added your sloppy Joes and some jalapeno peppers on top, turned out really good! The skillet pizza is still better but this one’s pretty close! The only thing was I think my pizza browned a little too much in 8 minutes so I might reduce the time a but next time. Other than that it was amazing!

  • I made 2 batches of the dough and each batch was super sticky. The 2nd batch I even used a little coconut flour to try to combat some of the stickiness To even be able to form a ball. I am not sure If my yogurt was to blame because it was a little bit runny. The 2nd batch I made in the oven and it was much easier to deal with.

  • Hi!
    I can’t wait to try this! However, I don’t have an air fryer… Could I make the base in the same way and then bake it in the oven to cook instead?

    • For sure! I’d guess the time and temp for the air fryer aren’t too far off from what you’d need for the oven. Use the process photos in the post for visual cues on when to flip. Good luck!

  • I recently found out I need to be dairy free., but I love 2 part dough. Has anyone come up with a way to do this without Greek yogurt? Or a dairy free recipe? Thanks

    • Someone recently posted in my Facebook group about making my Monkey Bread (similar dough recipe) with coconut yogurt instead of Greek yogurt. You may need to make some minor ratio tweaks but if you’re willing to experiment, I say go for it. 😀

  • A new Friday favorite for me! I was skeptical about this recipe at first (greek yogurt in Pizza dough??) but it is amazing. I’ve made the air fryer pizza 2 Friday’s in a row now and it really gives me a “cheat” meal to look forward to during the week. I love ricotta on my pizza so I have been making it with ricotta, meatball, spinach, and garlic sauce (instead of marinara) and it’s so good. I have the 4qt ninja air fryer and the dough is a bit much for the air fryer – i do make one pizza with it but it’s very thick (i like that though). I would recommend scaling back the recipe or making two pizzas with it if you have a smaller air fryer.

  • I loved the cast iron pizza but this is my new favorite!! Have made it twice this week already!

  • My family likes this better than the skillet recipe, and it’s easier. They also like it better than takeout. We live in Chicago so that is saying a lot. I make this probably once a week.

    • This pizza saved my life. Okay, that’s dramatic. But it really did help a girl out. I was week 3 into my cut and desperately wanted pizza. And not like a sad, flat, 1/2 tbsp of cheese, macro friendly pizza. I wanted the real dominos deal. I decided to make this as a compromise, and I’m happy to say I’ve made it probably 15 times since! It really is that good and easy! Oh and pro-tip: let your kid(s) help with the dough. It’s like slime for them and you get pizza out of it

  • I was able to make this usin Carbquick, but had to add about a TBS or 2 more yogurt to get the consistency right. Came out really good, (not as good as the real deal of coarse) but still good! Good option if you have less carbs to work with or want more pizza!

  • This recipe is literally so good! I have it at least once a week! I actually might prefer it over pizza bc you don’t feel that sick feeling after. I make a white pizza with the dough sometimes with cheese, garlic, Alfredo sauce and bacon 😋

  • I’ve made this countless of times lol both in the oven and air fryer. My fiancé and I both wanted some but our air fryer only fits one pizza at a time! 😭💔 the air fryer obviously cooks it faster but both ways are great! My fiancé only has two topping pepperoni and pineapple and my pizza has a million ingredients on it like spinach artichoke tons of cheese, green chilies, jalapeños. The works. So I like mine in the oven so the ingredients don’t fly around everywhere. But both pizzas always come out great 🙂

  • hi, I am excited to try this but have a question about nutrition facts. So if you eat the whole pizza you are looking at 100g carbs and 800 calories? I assume you typically do not eat the whole thing if you are counting marcros?

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