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Easy No-Yeast Homemade Dinner Rolls

Easy No-Yeast Homemade Dinner Rolls created by Alicia C.

No yeast, no kneading, no rising required! Recipe only makes about 5 rolls, so double or triple, as required.

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20mins
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directions

  • Mix dry ingredients.
  • Add milk and mayo.
  • Stir until mixed well.
  • Spoon into greased muffin tins.
  • Bake at 350 for approximately 15 minutes until golden brown.
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"No yeast, no kneading, no rising required! Recipe only makes about 5 rolls, so double or triple, as required."
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  1. Emily K.
    I LOVE this recipe!! I use it all the time for everything from cinnamon rolls, stuffed buns, hamburger buns, raisin bread, chocolate loaf, garlic bread buns, etc... A very versatile recipe. I often sub the mayo for sour cream or plain yogurt/greek yogurt.
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  2. Hideo N.
    After reading some of the other reviews I decided to do these as drop biscuits and replaced the salt with all purpose seasoning. Didn't have milk, but evaporated milk seemed to work fine. As expected, they're definitely too dense to be rolls, but they make nice soft biscuits, and they're good with some cheddar sprinkled on top. Oh, and I greased my pan with olive oil, but I don't know how much that affected the taste.
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  3. mandyrose27275
    Im glad to find this recipe again. After making Iit several times I very happy with this basic,super fast reliable bread. Thank you.
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  4. Anonymous
    the recipe is a fast biscuit recipe.......need to cut the salt completely and half of the baking powder.....the mayo will give it enough salt....
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  5. sharo4
    I felt these rolls (biscuits)were wonderful. Because of the virus, I was not able to find Bisquick. So I found these without yeast. I love to bake. It is my hobby so to find a recipe and love the finish product is rare. I always have to doctor things up. They really are biscuits due to the density and the final result. You can add cheese, various herbs etc. They made my Easter dinner complete for my husband and I!
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