Around this time last year, we were going through shortages of several grocery essentials, including yeast. Thankfully, those shortages seem to be fewer and further between, but having some yeastless bread recipes on hand is always a good idea.
Perhaps you just prefer quick and easy bread recipes without a lot of kneading, rising, and fuss – if so, these recipes certainly fit that bill. Or maybe you just ran out of yeast and want to make some bread to go along with dinner. Whatever your reason, these delicious bread recipes are ones you will want to refer back to time and time again.
Yeastless Bread Recipes
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This bread is made from only 6 ingredients and is so easy to put together. Ready in about an hour, you’re going to love being able to whip up this quick and easy bread for any meal.
In a hurry? These dinner rolls are ready in a flash! Very ingredients needed, just mix, shape into balls, and bake!
This is a modern version of a traditional Indigenous fried bread recipe. SO yummy!
Only FIVE minutes of prep time goes into making this delicious bread. You probably have all the ingredients you need for it already on hand.
Is it dessert or is it a snack? Either way, this quick bread is scrumptious. Perfect addition to a weekend brunch!
This looks like yeast bread, but it isn’t! Made from honey and oats it’s ready in an hour.
This makes a small loaf but it’s ready in under an hour. The seeds on top take it to the next level.
Another bread that’s ideal for a brunch! The cinnamon and sugar mixture is delicious. Makes a perfect gift too!
Yes, beer bread! The fermentation in the beer helps it rise without the need for yeast.
Minimal kneading and ready in about half an hour? Yes please! This is the perfect bread recipe for busy people.
A simple flatbread recipe that requires no rising time and no yeast! Eat as is or serve with sandwich fillings.
A sandwich bread without yeast isn’t terribly common but here’s a good option. This recipe uses other ingredients to create that chemical reaction normally derived from the yeast, giving it that perfect sliced bread for sandwiches.
This is a really versatile bread recipe, easily switched up according to your taste. Easy peasy to make and it tastes somewhat like those yummy Red Lobster biscuits!