Can homemade bread recipes without yeast still be deliciously light, fluffy and flavorful? You bet! Now, not only can you make them, but you can master them.

Little boys reaching for sliced loaves of bread on a table

Eliminating yeast from traditional recipes for sandwich bread, pizza dough, cinnamon rolls, doughnuts and more dramatically speeds up the time it takes to go from raw ingredients to fluffy, airy DIY dough indulgences.

Keep it simple and savory with no-yeast bread, the best-ever tortillas (hello, 30-minute recipe!) and the fluffiest pizza dough, or take a spin on the sweet side with cinnamon rolls and glazed doughnut holes, all without yeast!

Easy Homemade Bread (No Yeast): Get the Recipe

A loaf of homemade bread cut into slices on a wood cutting board

30-Minute Homemade Flour Tortillas: Get the Recipe

A stack of homemade flour tortillas in a blue towel

Easy Homemade Pizza Dough Without Yeast: Get the Recipe

A homemade pizza on top of a metal baking sheet

Easy Homemade Cinnamon Rolls Without Yeast: Get the Recipe

No-yeast cinnamon rolls in a baking dish with half of them frosted

Easy Homemade Glazed Doughnut Holes: Get the Recipe

A blue bowl containing homemade glazed doughnut holes stacked on top of each other

Easy Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits: Get the Recipe

Easy buttermilk biscuit cut in half and topped with honey butter

Bread recipes without yeast can be just as tender, fluffy and fulfilling as their yeast-filled counterparts, so don’t hesitate to swap out the yeast in favor of other pantry staples that can still do all the heavy lifting: baking powder and baking soda. Speaking of swaps…

No buttermilk? No problem! Check out our handy buttermilk substitutes guide for dairy and non-dairy options.

Containers of yogurt, sour cream,, milk and white vinegar as buttermilk substitutes

If you’re missing any other ingredients (I’m looking at you, eggs, baking soda and baking powder), we’ve also got you covered with our comprehensive ingredient substitutions guide.

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