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.
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No Yeast Beer Bread
Bake a beautiful loaf of bread with only five simple ingredients, including a can of your favorite beer. The yeast in the beer works its magic on the dough—which also includes self-rising flour—omitting the need for any proofing or kneading.
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Flaky biscuits are a must-have for sopping up gravy and sauces at special family meals. This winning recipe needs no yeast to bake up perfect, homestyle biscuits that would be right at home on your grandmother's table.
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No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls
Make these last-minute cinnamon rolls with no planning needed on lazy mornings when a sweet pastry craving strikes. They taste just like the classic bakery rolls, including a divine, sweet cream cheese glaze that you drizzle on when the rolls are still warm from the oven.
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Give the corner doughnut shop a run for their money with this easy homemade cake doughnut recipe. Decorate the sweet, nostalgic treats simply with a dusting of cinnamon-sugar or leave them plain for dunking into your morning mug of coffee.Continue to 5 of 19 below.
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No Yeast Sandwich Bread
Want to try your hand at baking your own white bread for sandwiches but lack yeast in your pantry? This genius recipe uses common baking ingredients to achieve a tall, white bread loaf with the perfect texture. The dough takes mere minutes to come together in the stand mixer and bakes up beautifully in a loaf pan in your oven.
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Peach Cobbler Bread
Enjoy the sweet taste of peach cobbler in this moist, fruity quick bread that packs plenty of visual appeal. A layer of sliced peaches over the top of the loaf makes this easy snacking bread worthy of your Instagram feed.
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Two Ingredient No Yeast Pizza Dough
Craving homemade pizza, but lack yeast in the pantry? You can still make a crusty pie that rivals delivery with this genius pizza dough recipe that relies on self-rising flour, plus one other, surprising ingredient: yogurt! Assemble in 10 minutes and bake it in 10 more, adorning the crust with your favorite toppings.
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Easy No Yeast Soft Cheddar Pretzels
Enjoy a comforting soft pretzel snack without the need to babysit a yeast dough. It takes only 30 minutes to make this easy, cheesy recipe. You'll get 16 soft cheddar pretzels you can munch while doing yard work or eat on-the-go when running errands.Continue to 9 of 19 below.
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Homemade bagels are a fantastic trick to have up your sleeve. These use a sourdough starter (it's great for sourdough bakers who don't want to waste discard) for a wonderfully rustic tangy flavor and chewy texture. Be sure to allow time for the dough to rise twice, and rest overnight, before boiling, topping, and baking.
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No Yeast Focaccia
Focaccia is an Italian flatbread that's typically topped with olive oil and herbs, and cut into squares for eating. Add it to your Italian menus with this easy, classic recipe that dresses the bread with rosemary and coarse sea salt for fantastic flavor and texture.
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No Yeast Dinner Rolls
In less than 20 minutes with just four ingredients, you can bake a batch of fluffy, family-pleasing dinner rolls. Their secret is using self-rising flour (or an easily doctored up basic flour), which helps the rolls rise up nice and high in the oven, with no yeast needed.
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Tender, buttery scones make a wonderful breakfast or brunch treat. Enjoy a burst of bright blueberry flavor with these summery pastries you can make all year round, with fresh or frozen berries. They are easy to mix and bake in under half an hour and freeze well up to three months.Continue to 13 of 19 below.
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Orange Date Bread
Orange juice and chopped pitted dates add a wonderful sweetness to this delicious quick bread that's even easy enough for older kids to make on their own (with adult supervision). Make an extra loaf for your freezer or freeze individual slices for another day.
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Irish Soda Bread
Traditional Irish soda bread relies on baking soda and buttermilk instead of yeast for its signature rise and delicately tangy flavor. It takes only one hour to bake a rustic round loaf with a wonderfully crusty exterior and a dense, soft crumb flecked with chewy currants or raisins.
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Sweet and luscious strawberry bread is a simple, memorable treat that makes a lovely addition to a Mother's Day brunch, afternoon tea, or after a family meal with the addition of cream cheese icing. It's as simple to make as banana bread with fabulous sweetness from fresh strawberries.
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Pumpkin Bread With Cream Cheese Filling
A delicious, sweetened cream cheese filling makes this spiced pumpkin bread extra special. It's a fabulous way to enjoy all your favorite fall flavors and makes an excellent holiday bread. The recipe yields two loaves—one for now and one to freeze for later (or to share).Continue to 17 of 19 below.
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Classic Zucchini Bread
Classic zucchini bread is an excellent way to use up any leftover zucchini you have from your garden. Serve slices alongside barbecue meats at cookouts or enjoy it as an afternoon snack.
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Hawaiian Butter Mochi (Mochi Cake)
Hawaiian-style butter mochi shares the irresistible sweetness and bouncy texture of its namesake Japanese treat, baked into a snacking-cake form. Perfectly sweet and chewy with fragrant notes of coconut and vanilla, it makes a delicious gluten-free dessert for the whole family to enjoy.
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No Yeast Sourdough Bread
Jump on the sourdough bandwagon with this recipe, which makes it easier than ever to achieve the perfect loaf sans store-bought yeast. You only need a few simple ingredients, including sourdough starter, which you can do at home, purchase from a bakery, or barter from a friend. Sourdough takes time, but your patience will pay off with delicious rewards.