10-Minute Bread Recipe Has No Yeast or Eggs (No Oven Needed!) by 30Seconds Food

Love comfort food baking but always seem to be short on ingredients? It’s totally possible to bake bread at home without yeast. In fact, there are yeast substitutes and yeast-free bread out there that taste just as good as their yeasty counterparts.

While experienced bread bakers might turn to sourdough starters when they are out of yeast, we wanted to find a way to get our homemade bread fix without that much work. We turned to Jennifer Tyler Lee, author of Half the Sugar, All the Love: 100 Easy, Low Sugar Recipes for Every Meal of the Day, for her recommendations on easy substitutes for making bread when you don’t have yeast on hand.

Wondering what kind of bread you can bake without yeast? You’ll be surprised how many types of bread you can bake without using any yeast! Here are some easy homemade no yeast bread recipes to enjoy.

Bread is a staple food that many of us enjoy. So it’s a good thing there are many delicious non-yeast bread recipes for emergency situations in which you can’t find any yeast at the stores.

If you are looking for other types of bread recipes, you could try these instead:

This shortcut recipe for quick no yeast cinnamon rolls makes buttery, homestyle rolls that fluff up beautifully—and in record time! Since you’re skipping the yeast, you can also skip the traditional dough rising and kneading and have cinnamon rolls in about 40 minutes. They’re perfect for the times you crave homemade cinnamon rolls, and don’t want to wait!

I’ve been on a quest to develop a recipe for quick cinnamon rolls that maintain all the flavor and fluff without the patience and work that yeast requires. (Because, in reality, I’m tired but still want to bake something. LOL.) My homemade cinnamon rolls take about 4 and 1/2 hours, or need to be prepped the night before. Even my easy cinnamon rolls require patience, rising, and kneading.

So if you want from-scratch cinnamon rolls NOW, make today’s no yeast version.

A bread recipe with no yeast or eggs? Yes! This tasty bread recipe takes about 10 minutes to cook! Did we mention no oven is needed either? This quick bread recipe is so delicious and simple enough for novice bread makers.

This soft bread can be eaten with jam or jelly, honey, cheese, as a
side dish or use it to make sandwiches. Yum!

Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Servings: Makes about 10

  • 1 2/3 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 4 teaspoons sunflower oil (you could use vegetable oil)
  • 1/2 cup milk

Here’s how to make it:

  • Sift the flour and baking powder into a mixing bowl. Add the salt.
  • Pour in the milk and oil. Stir until a dough forms.
  • Put the dough onto a flat surface. Roll out to 1/2 to 1 centimeter thickness.
  • Use a round cookie cutter or biscuit cutter to cut into rounds.
  • Heat a nonstick frying pan over medium heat. Put the dough circles into the pan and cover. Cook each side for 5 minutes.

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No yeast? No problem! These easy, yeastless bread recipes are exactly what you’re looking for. Everyone loves classic banana bread, but we also have everything from soda and beer breads as well as sweet breads that double as dessert. No matter what you’re looking for, you’re going to want to bookmark this collection of bread recipes that don’t require yeast.

Turmeric Banana Bread

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Turmeric Banana Bread Recipe

Though this company-worthy loaf is, no doubt, impressive, it’s really nothing more than a foolproof banana bread recipe with a few flavor tricks up its sleeve. A power couple combo of earthy turmeric and fragrant cardamon play extremely well with banana’s dense sweetness, boosting this classic quick bread’s comfy-cozy factor to new heights.

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

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Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Recipe

You know and love banana bread—now it’s time to meet the best version of banana bread, a.k.a. the absolute best way to use older, overripe bananas. Our Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is super moist thanks to a special ingredient: sour cream.

Classic Skillet Cornbread

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Classic Skillet Cornbread Recipe

This cornbread recipe is a classic for a reason: It’s easy, it’s delicious, and it works. You don’t need a lot of time for this one: The whole thing comes together in about 30 minutes.

Rhubarb Bread With Pecan Streusel

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Rhubarb Bread With Pecan Streusel Recipe

This tender rhubarb bread has a light citrusy flavor and beautiful flecks of pink rhubarb throughout. The crunchy streusel on top, complete with brown sugar, pecans, and hints of cardamom and nutmeg, takes this bread over the top and adds a delightfully nutty flavor.

Blueberry Zucchini Bread

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Blueberry Zucchini Bread Recipe

Our Blueberry Zucchini Bread is perfectly balanced: The whole wheat flour and zucchini give the loaf texture and nuttiness that makes it feel like it could almost be good for you. Meanwhile, the blueberries provide jammy bursts of sweetness.

Apple Cinnamon Bread

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Apple Cinnamon Bread Recipe

The rich quick bread is incredibly moist, thanks to the apple and sour cream, but the key to ensuring it’s as tender as possible is to avoid over-mixing. In fact, once the final addition of dry ingredients has been added to the batter, it’s helpful to finish incorporating everything together by hand.

Lemon-Poppy Seed Zucchini Bread

Lemon-Poppy Seed Zucchini Bread

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Lemon-Poppy Seed Zucchini Bread Recipe

The tender, fine-crumbed texture and bright lemon citrus flavor offer a refreshing change from traditional spiced zucchini breads. While using a few small, disposable loaf pans is a great plan if you want to gift your zucchini bread, you can also use one (8- x 4-inch) loaf pan to make a single loaf.

Avocado Matcha Banana Bread

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Avocado Matcha Banana Bread Recipe

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with banana bread. It’s a breakfast classic, like a plain bagel or a glazed doughnut. However, there are times when a classic just doesn’t thrill. That’s when we pull out the green stuff.

Beer Bread

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Beer Bread Recipe

An incredibly simple, 4-ingredient savory beer bread is the perfect fluffy and buttery companion to a bowl of vegetable soup on a blustery day. With such simple ingredients, you can whip this easy side up any time!

Cheddar-Caramelized Onion Bread

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Cheddar-Caramelized Onion Bread Recipe

You may have grown up eating classic Southern cornbread at fish fries, but give this Cheddar-Caramelized Onion Bread a try at your next cookout. This bread has a very unique texture, largely due to the use of almond flour. Serve it alongside hearty soups and stews instead of the usual white bread.

Brown Soda Bread

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Brown Soda Bread Recipe

Whole-wheat flour, wheat germ, and steel-cut oats (also called Irish oatmeal) make this a super-healthy interpretation of the classic Irish bread.

They Still Rise to the Occasion

No yeast? No problem! These easy baking recipes require no yeast and bake up quickly in your home oven. Whether you want to bake bread without yeast or try your hand at homemade treats such as cinnamon rolls and scones, but don’t have any on hand, these recipes will do the trick.

No Yeast Bread is an easy, no-fuss bread recipe that only calls for six ingredients and requires no kneading or rise time thanks to the use of baking powder! Pair this dense light crumb bread with any main meal or enjoy a slice with a slather of butter and jam! It also makes a great sandwich bread.

This easy white bread with no yeast is perfect for all your sliced bread.

❤️ Why you’ll love this recipe

  • This No Yeast Bread is super simple to make – perfect for any bread-baking beginner!
  • Pair this bread with any main meal or enjoy it plain with a generous slathering of butter – yummy!
  • Get creative and add in a variety of herbs, spices, or other delicious ingredients to vary this bread recipe. It’s a plain canvas for you to experiment with.

This no-yeast bread recipe is so easy, that it’s guaranteed to become your go-bread recipe from now on!

🛒 Ingredients

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Note: The full list of this no yeast bread recipe ingredients with their amounts and options are listed in the recipe card below.

🗒 Instructions

Note: This is an overview of the no yeast sandwich bread recipe instructions. The full instructions are in the recipe card below.

  • Add the dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl while the oven preheats.
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and then pour in the wet ingredients.
  • Mix the ingredients well to combine.
  • The batter should be thick once the flour has been incorporated fully.

  • Add the batter to a prepared loaf pan. Grease your fingers to pat down the batter in the loaf pan and smooth the top out.
  • Bake the bread for 30 minutes at 375℉. Remove the bread and lower the temperature to 350F, adding the loaf back to the oven for an extra 25 minutes, and covered with foil. Allow the bread to cool for 5 minutes in the pan before transferring it to a cooling rack for 45 minutes before slicing and serving.

🔪 Equipment

These are the questions we are most frequently asked about making No – Yeast Sandwich Bread recipe.

What type of bread is made without yeast?

Bread without yeast usually has a dense crumb on the inside instead of being light and fluffy. The dough is more like a loose batter than a firm consistency. No-yeast bread still achieves a golden crust top and is a delicious alternative to yeast-based bread.

What can I use instead of yeast bread?

To make a no-yeast bread, you can use baking powder, baking soda combined with an acid, or sourdough starter.

How do you get bread to rise without yeast?

If you don’t have yeast, you can still make bread like I have by using baking powder or by using baking soda. If you opt for baking soda then you will need to combine an acid such as white vinegar to activate it.

Is there a substitute for instant yeast?

Yes! You can use active dry yeast or all of the other substitutes already mentioned above.

👩🏻‍🍳 Tips

  • It’s important to continue to bake the loaf for an additional 25 minutes with the loaf covered by aluminum foil. This will allow the bread to completely cook through while also achieving a crispy golden top crust.
  • If you decide to freeze this no-yeast bread, consider slicing it first for easy toasting later on. You also won’t need to defrost any more than what’s required at any given time.

📚 Variations

  • For rosemary and lemon no-yeast bread: Add 2 teaspoons of chopped fresh rosemary and 2 teaspoons of chopped lemon zest.
  • For a nutty no-yeast bread: Add 1 cup of coarsely chopped walnuts or other nuts of your choice.
  • For olive no-yeast bread: Add ⅓ cup pitted niçoise olives, ⅓ cup pitted dry-cure olives and ⅓ cup pitted picholine olives, all coarsely chopped.
  • For pizza no-yeast bread: Add 2.5 oz of salami.

The hardest part is waiting for this yummy bread to cool before enjoying a slice slathered with bread.

🥫 Storage

Prior to storage, make sure that this No Yeast Breast is completely cool. You can then store your bread in a sealed container for up to 3 days at room temperature. If you intend to keep the bread for an extended amount of time, consider wrapping it and freezing it instead.

Homemade bread doesn’t have to be a challenge to make and this No Yeast Bread recipe is a perfect example of that! If you’re ready to try out more no-fuss bread recipes then consider this scrumptious Parmesan Herb Pizza Bread or my no-knead Dutch Oven Bread.

🍽 Serve with

No Yeast Bread is an understated bread that can be enjoyed with a variety of main dishes such as soups, stews, casseroles, and roasts. It’s also perfect with a slather of salted butter and jam! And don’t forget it makes amazing sandwiches.

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This bread without yeast recipe has certainly saved me on more than one occasion and I just love the fact that it can be paired with so many other main meal recipes!

Another delicious bread you’ve got to make is our Nana’s Irish Soda Bread recipe. It’s easy to make and it’s another bread you can create without yeast.

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Never worry about running out of sandwich bread, if you have flour in the house, you can have bread.

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📝 Recipe Card

This No Yeast Bread is a great recipe for anyone starting out with making their own bread from scratch. The dough can easily be mixed by hand and you won’t even need to allow additional time for the bread to rise prior to baking!

If you love this recipe please give it 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.

📖 Recipe

  • kosher salt * see notes (9g) If using table salt decrease amount to 1 teaspoon.
  • (54g) use olive oil, canola, sunflower, grapeseed – whatever plain oil you prefer.
  • Preheat oven to 375℉.
  • In a large mixing bowl whisk together the flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar.
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients. Mix together the milk and oil then pour the liquid in the well.
  • Stir until the flour is completely mixed. The batter will be thick.
  • Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan. Grease your fingers with no stick spray and pat the dough into the pan so it is perfectly lever. Smooth the top with your greased fingers.
  • Bake the bread for 30 minutes at 375℉.
  • Remove the loaf from the oven, lower the oven temperature to 350℉, loosely cover the bread with foil and return it to the oven for an additional 25 minutes.
  • Remove from the oven and let the bread cool in the pan for 5 minutes. Then use the excess paper to lift the bread from the pan and transfer to a cooling rack.
  • Cool completely before slicing. At least 45 minutes.

STORAGE: Prior to storage, make sure that this No Yeast Breast is completely cool. You can then store your bread in a sealed container for up to 3 days at room temperature. If you intend to keep the bread for an extended amount of time, consider wrapping it and freezing it instead.

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You might have heard the term quick bread before, but what does it mean? Essentially, quick breads are any breads that do not require yeast. Instead of using yeast to make the bread rise, quick breads rely on other leavening agents like baking soda and baking powder to get height.

“Quick breads, like banana bread, zucchini bread, and cornbread are delicious and easy alternatives to yeast-based bread and can satisfy cravings in a pinch,” says Tyler Lee. Her recipe for banana bread gets its sweetness from dates, and her zucchini bread incorporates pineapple for a delicious twist with less added sugar. Both are easy and healthy takes on classic quick bread staples.

Try a No-Yeast Bread Recipe

No-yeast breads are another option. The flavor and texture won’t be the same as your typical bakery loaf. And the unusual aroma, more like cheese than bread, comes from the fermentation process that the ingredients go through. If you’ve made homemade yogurt, you’ll know what to expect.

“This recipe is more of a craft project than a quick and easy bread-making project,” she says. “It could also be a great science experiment for those cooking with kids.”

There’s always matzo, too.

Cream Cheese Frosting

This cream cheese icing uses a little more butter and a little less confectioners’ sugar than the icing I typically use on cinnamon rolls. But I love that it doesn’t use gobs of confectioners’ sugar; it’s a nice creamy, buttery, tangy blanket for your rolls. You could also try the maple version used on these pumpkin cinnamon rolls, or for a simpler topping, try this vanilla icing instead.

Can I Bake These as Cinnamon Roll Muffins?

Yes! If you love the slightly crusty, chewy exterior of a cinnamon roll that’s been baked closest to the edge of the pan, try baking these no yeast cinnamon rolls as muffins. After cutting your 12 rolls, place them in a greased standard 12-count muffin pan. Each roll gets that crusty edge all the way around, and they puff up beautifully when they bake. Such a fun recipe!

If you ever need an even quicker and easier option, these mini (no yeast) cinnamon buns use packaged crescent dough.

And if you’re on a roll (ha!), try these cinnamon roll cookies too. 😉

Key Ingredients & Why This Recipe Works

  • Baking Powder & Baking Soda: Since we’re skipping yeast, we need to replace it with another leavener. (Unless you want to eat cinnamon hockey pucks for breakfast!) I tried the dough with only baking powder at first, but quickly learned the dense rolls benefitted from a little baking soda as well. With the crutch of baking soda, the next batch browned a little nicer and fluffed up more.
  • Cold Buttermilk: Since we’re using a little baking soda, we need an acid in the dough. Buttermilk does the job, plus it also adds a little tang, a little fluff, and a little softness. (Like it does in pancakes!) And grab the buttermilk right from the refrigerator because cold milk keeps the otherwise soft and buttery dough workable.

Baking soda, melted butter, and buttermilk are also key ingredients in my no yeast bread recipe.

After a few trials and errors, I was shocked with the final result. These no yeast cinnamon rolls taste similar to the yeasted version and only took me about 40 minutes total. Obviously they’re not as flaky and doughy as the traditional, but I don’t think anyone would EVER notice or complain that there’s no yeast. (My 10+ taste testers ooh’d and ahh’d without batting an eye!)

Here are all of the ingredients you need for the dough & filling:

See Your No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls!

This shortcut recipe yields a dozen classic, homestyle cinnamon rolls that fluff up beautifully—without any yeast, kneading, or rise time. They’re perfect for the times you crave homemade cinnamon rolls, and don’t want to wait!


  • and 3/4 cups () all-purpose flour (spoon & leveled), plus more as needed for rolling
  • () granulated sugar
  • baking powder
  • baking soda
  • salt
  • large egg
  • (180ml) buttermilk, cold*
  • () unsalted butter, melted & slightly cooled


  • () unsalted butter, extra softened
  • () packed light or dark brown sugar
  • ground cinnamon

Cream Cheese Icing

  • () butter, softened to room temperature
  • () confectioners’ sugar
  • pure vanilla extract
  • Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C) and grease a round 9-inch pie dish or 9-inch cake pan. (See Notes for muffin pan instructions.) For extra buttery rolls, I like to grease the baking dish with 1–2 teaspoons of melted butter instead of non-stick spray.
  • Make the dough: Whisk the flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt together. Add the egg, buttermilk, and melted butter. Mix with a wooden spoon or rubber spatula until a dough forms. Dough will be very soft and slightly sticky. If it’s too sticky and wouldn’t roll, add more flour, 1 Tablespoon at a time, until dough seems workable. Do not add more flour than you need; a soft dough is good.
  • Place dough on a floured work surface and, using a lightly floured rolling pin, roll dough into a 10×14-inch (25x35cm) rectangle.
  • Fill the rolls: Spread softened butter (the softer it is, the easier it is to spread!) all over the dough. Mix the brown sugar and cinnamon together. Sprinkle all over the top. Roll it up tightly into a 14-inch log. Using a very sharp knife, cut into 12 rolls; each roll is slightly wider than 1 inch. Arrange rolls in the prepared pan.
  • Make the icing: In a medium bowl using a handheld or stand mixer fitted with a paddle or whisk attachment, beat the cream cheese on high speed until smooth and creamy. Add the butter and beat until smooth and combined, then beat in the confectioners’ sugar and vanilla until combined. Using a knife or icing spatula, spread the icing over the warm rolls and serve immediately.
  • Cover leftover frosted or unfrosted rolls tightly and store at room temperature for up to 2 days or in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.


  • Make Ahead Instructions: If absolutely needed, you can make the dough and assemble the rolls the night before. Cover and refrigerate, then bring to room temperature before baking as directed. The rolls don’t puff up quite as nicely since the baking powder initially activates once wet. For best results, bake right away.
  • Freezing Instructions: Baked rolls can be frozen for up to 2–3 months. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator and warm up before enjoying.
  • Buttermilk: Buttermilk is required for this recipe, but in a pinch you can make your own DIY version of buttermilk if needed. Add 1 teaspoon of white vinegar or lemon juice to a liquid measuring cup. Then add enough whole milk to the same measuring cup until it reaches 3/4 cup. Stir it around and let sit for 5 minutes. The homemade “buttermilk” will be somewhat curdled and ready to use in the recipe.
  • Icing Alternatives: If cream cheese isn’t your favorite, you could top the rolls with vanilla icing, the brown sugar icing from these pumpkin donuts, maple icing from maple cinnamon rolls, or even the caramel icing from apple cinnamon rolls. Lots of options!

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How to Make Quick No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls

You can go from craving to eating warm, gooey from-scratch cinnamon rolls in record time. Here’s how my recipe works:

  • Make the dough: Whisk the dry ingredients together, then add in the wet ingredients. The dough should be quite soft, but not overly sticky.
  • Shape the cinnamon rolls: Roll the dough into a 10×14-inch rectangle. This measurement doesn’t need to be exact, so don’t stress. Spread butter on top and then sprinkle with cinnamon and brown sugar. Tightly roll up the dough and cut into 12 pieces. Place in a greased pan.
  • Make the icing: While the cinnamon rolls bake, make the icing using cream cheese, butter, confectioners’ sugar, and vanilla extract.
  • Eat: Slather the icing on your warm cinnamon rolls and enjoy!

Here are step-by-step photos so you know what to expect:

The assembly steps are exactly like regular cinnamon rolls, only without the rise time.

Before cutting, you can mark the 14-inch log with a knife to ensure you have 12 even rolls. That’s what I usually do:

Expect a Soft Dough

Do not incorporate more flour than you need in this dough. I want you to embrace a soft dough. Instead of mixing more flour INTO the dough to make it workable, use extra flour when shaping the rolls. If the dough is sticking to your counter and rolling pin as you work, dust it all with more flour.

Bottom line: Mixing in more flour than you need could result in crumbly, dense rolls. Instead, use it when assembling the rolls.

These No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls Are

  • Convenient if you’re busy and tired but still want homemade cinnamon rolls.
  • Ready in less than 45 minutes.
  • Soft, fluffy, and buttery.
  • NOT dense! Surprisingly not dense at all!
  • Packed with sweet brown sugar and cinnamon spice.
  • Slathered with tangy cream cheese icing.
  • Perfect as a special breakfast without all the work and waiting.

Plus, there’s NO kneading, NO rising, and the dough comes together in just 1 bowl. And you can bake them in a pie dish, cake pan, or even as cinnamon roll muffins. This recipe is dynamite.

Yummy Apricot Pecan Bread

Every time I prepare this yummy bread, I always receive raves. It’s perfect with coffee or as a gift, plus it’s really quick and easy to prepare. —Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas

Next, take a look at our easy yeast bread recipes.

What Can I use instead of yeast in bread?

Yeast can be substituted with buttermilk, lemon juice, or milk mixed with vinegar. Baking powder is also another popular substitute. There is also sourdough bread which is another delicious option.

Here you’ll find everything from no yeast cinnamon rolls to banana bread, naan bread, soda bread, and many more recipes that don’t use yeast!

Classic Gluten-Free Banana Bread

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Slow Cooker Mozzarella and Herb Soda Bread

This easy slow cooker mozzarella and herb soda bread does not require yeast or rising time and is full of cheesy flavor with the addition of fresh herbs!

Cassava Flour Bread

This cassava bread is a gluten-free, nut-free, paleo sandwich bread option. Perfect for those suffering from allergies.

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Small Loaf Sourdough

This easy, no-knead sourdough recipe will result in a gorgeous sourdough boule that’s just right for your family!

Buttermilk Pancake Bread

This tender, sweet buttermilk pancake bread has a coffeecake texture with notes of maple and buttermilk, a slight crunch from the cinnamon-sugar streusel topping, and is perfect for any pancake lover.

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Easy Cinnamon Swirl Bread with Lemon Glaze

With a simple and delicious 2 ingredient lemon glaze, this cinnamon swirl bread is super easy and satisfying and it’s just like eating a cinnamon roll, but in the form of an easy loaf!

Coconut Flour Bread

This Coconut Flour Bread is easy to make, vegan, gluten-free, yeast-free, no-knead, nut-free, sugar-free, oil-free, and contains no eggs! It’s moist, fluffy, has a neutral flavor, and slices easily for sandwiches or toast.

Easy Pumpkin Bread

Best pumpkin bread is so easy to make! Everyone is going to love this moist chocolate pumpkin bread, filled with pumpkin spice flavor and chocolate chips.

Rustic Gluten-Free Cornbread

Rustic Gluten-Free Cornbread that’s vegan and top 8 allergy-free. Baked right in your grandma’s seasoned cast iron skillet, this cornbread recipe will bring back all the comfort and good feels!

Guinness Bread

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Southern Self Rising Biscuits

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Peanut Butter Bread

This Peanut Butter Bread is simple to make and tastes delicious! Such an easy quick bread recipe that’s perfect for breakfast or snacking.

These super Quick No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls are a deliciously easy alternative to classic cinnamon rolls – and will be ready in less than 1 hour! These Cinnamon Rolls made with no yeast make the most delicious breakfast or sweet treat.

Soft Gluten-free Yeast-free Bread

Gluten-free + Yeast-free bread, no leavening required, and in just one hour you will be able to enjoy your soft and tasty freshly baked bread loaf!

Healthy Tropical Banana Bread (with Lime Glaze)

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Honey Buckwheat Soda Bread with Sea Salt

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Cinnamon Raisin Bread

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Bacon Cheddar Cheese Bread Recipe is a savory quick bread recipe made with basic kitchen ingredients. Our easy homemade bread is made without yeast and takes just minutes to put together.

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There you have it! 30+ yummy bread recipes to make without yeast.

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Bake Beer Bread—and DIY Self-Rising Flour

“There are a few alternatives for feeding our desire for homemade bread, even when we don’t have yeast on hand,” says Tyler Lee. “Beer bread is one of the easiest types of bread you can make. It only requires a few basic ingredients, and it doesn’t use yeast.”

Many beer bread recipes call for self-rising flour—if you don’t have that ingredient on hand, you can make your own from scratch by adding 1½ teaspoons of baking powder and ¼ teaspoon salt to each cup of pastry flour called for in a recipe.

Try using pastry flour if it’s available (it has a lower protein content), but all-purpose flour will work, too. Gluten-free blended flours will work here as well. “Beer bread has a flavor akin to sourdough, with a slightly bitter aftertaste. Its crumb is moist but more crumbly than your typical chewy, traditional homemade yeast-based loaf.”

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