I just came up with this one (literally like 3 hours ago) for the picnic tonight at a friends house and I have limited ingredients at home (as in I already used up the yeast we had earlier) and I only had/have a short amount of time to make them (yay procrastination!). I modified a yeast free pizza dough recipe, and freshly made they are tasty and very similar to yeast rolls (not quite as chewy). As I found it virtually impossible to find a more-than-basic-rolls recipe with my short amount of patience with internet searches, I decided to contribute to the world wide web of recipes for the other quickly bored friends out there. I did this by hand (in a deep metal skillet, but that's beside the point) as well, so I don't know how it will translate to the mechanical world. Also I made 2 batches, so that's why the yield is a little weird and I can let you know that mixing the dry ingredients is not necessary but helps (I forgot the baking soda and salt at first on the second batch).