Quick, No Yeast Fabulous Biscuit-Like Dinner Rolls Recipe

Finally! A delicious “no time for yeast to rise” dinner roll. A great biscuit-like roll recipe for breakfast, dinner, Thanksgiving, or Christmas! Spread jelly on it for breakfast of sop up some turkey gravy. Just in time for the holidays…I can’t wait to share this yumminess and simplicity with you all, today. Come on in and I’ll share the recipe for Quick, No Yeast Fabulous Biscuit-Like Dinner Rolls Recipe

Finally, a delicious, easy, homemade, quick No Yeast dinner roll. A great biscuit, or roll recipe for breakfast, dinner, Thanksgiving, or Christmas!

 

I discovered this recipe years ago when I was desperate for a quick homemade roll. On the way home from church, and way past the supermarkets…I realized I had no rolls for the Sunday Roast! That’s a tragedy, y’all! I mean, part of the magic of a Sunday Roast is scooping up all of the gravy with some kind of warm, yummy bread.

Finally! a delicious, easy, homemade, quick No Yeast dinner roll. A great biscuit, or roll recipe for breakfast, dinner, Thanksgiving, or Christmas!

Back at home, panic set in. I ransacked  the cabinets and came up empty. With no time to run to the supermarket, I researched a No Yeast dinner roll and found this life saver! The kicker is that there’s only five easy to find ingredients. The extra kicker is that this recipe is mixed all in one bowl. No need to mess up two dishes. Oh happy day!

Finally! a delicious, easy, homemade, quick No Yeast dinner roll. A great biscuit, or roll recipe for breakfast, dinner, Thanksgiving, or Christmas!

 

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Finally…Here’s your Quick, No Yeast Fabulous Biscuit-Like Dinner Rolls Recipe

No Time For Yeast Dinner Rolls
Yields 10
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Ingredients
  1. 2 cups of flour
  2. 1&1/2 tsp. of baking powder
  3. 1 tsp. salt
  4. 1 cup of milk
  5. 3 T. mayonnaise
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, and grease your muffin pans
  2. In a large bowl, stir the flour, baking powder, and salt together
  3. Add the milk and mayonnaise and stir until mixed in with above ingredients
  4. Spoon batter into prepared muffin tins
  5. Bake for about 15 minutes
Notes
  1. The batter will be similar to a chocolate chip cookie consistency
  2. Use about 2 Tbsp. of batter per roll for 10-12 rolls
Adapted from Cooks.com
Adapted from Cooks.com
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Adapted from Cooks.com

Crazy good, super quick, 5 ingredients NO YEAST dinner rolls! Perfect for Thanksgiving, and Christmas

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2 Comments

  1. Dee Cappello

    Can I use a flat cookie sheet instead of muffin pan?

    • Yes, you can! I actually just tested it out for you. It worked perfectly, and the kids were thrilled to have warm biscuit like rolls for jelly! What a treat. The batter is a cookie dough consistency, so you’ll want to treat the rolls like cookies. Give some space between each spoonful of batter to allow for some spreading. Also, I would suggest using parchment paper, so they don’t stick. If you want the biscuit like rolls to have a uniform look, you’ll want to use a large cookie scoop (one that holds about 2 Tbsp.). If you do less than 2 Tbsp. you’ll want to adjust your baking time accordingly. Otherwise, your rolls will have a crunchy bottom.

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