[VIDEO] I Cannot Believe It’s 2 Ingredients NO Yeast Yogurt Bread Rolls

This 2 Ingredients No Yeast Bread Rolls is going to drive you crazy in love with it! It was made with very few ingredients and yeast is not one of them. This is another one of my I Cannot Believe It’s No Yeast series. So forget about the yeast, you can definitely make this without it. Let me show you how I made this.

No Yeast 2 Ingredients Bread Rolls

I have never imagined that one day I will be combing supermarkets and groceries just to find yeast. Who would have thought that yeast will run out of stock, I guess that is what most of is facing right now. I love baking bread, but with only few yeast left, I had been trying to use it as wisely as possible. This is not the time to test recipes that uses yeast. I used my yeast wisely and I had prioritized the recipe that I could use it for. I used it mostly for recipes that had been tested which only needs facelift in photography. That way, I am already sure that the finish product is guaranteed successful. So with the limited yeast I have, I decided to explore options on how to make no yeast bread.

What is 2 Ingredients Bread?

People are going crazy over this 2 ingredients bread without yeast. This is a bread made using self-rising flour and plain Greek Yogurt. So how does it work if there is no leavening agent in the recipe? Well, there is actually a leavening agent, but it is already mixed in the self-rising flour. Self-rising flour is made from low protein wheat. This flour have baking powder and salt added to it during the milling process, this is way it is called “self-rising” because you do not need to add a leavening agent to make the baked goods rise, it has already been added in the flour itself. Now, let us talk about the yogurt. Yogurt replaces a lot of ingredients in traditional bread. It replaces the egg and milk or water. Yogurt is basically is produced from fermented milk, so there goes your milk component. Although greek yogurt are thicker and have lower water content, it still have a lot of moisture that replaces the liquid when making bread.

No Yeast Bread Rolls

The Texture to Expect From This Bread

Bear in mind though that you will NOT get the same bread texture that uses the common bread ingredients. The texture will be different, the taste will be different. This is as good as it gets as a substitute when you do not have yeast or you have a very minimal ingredients. It may not be the perfect bread texture that we are all used to, but it could pass as a bread . Expect a heavy, compact and dense bread roll. It is moe like a sour dough bread, you can taste the tangy taste of the yogurt like a fermented bread. This is not going to be like the dinner rolls with soft and fluffy texture that we all love. This is not fluffy, but it is soft but compact. This 1 small piece of bread is quite heavy I ate this for lunch. You can use it as mini slider buns, serve it with butter or jam, serve it with soup and salad or have it for breakfast with some egg. If you like the traditional soft and fluffy bread, I have a compilation of the 11 of my homemade bread all with video, check it HERE.

NO Yeast Bread Video Recipes

Why You Should Make This NO Yeast Bread Rolls

  • You want to make bread but you do not have yeast
  • You have yeast but is scared of making yeast bread 
  • You want a quick recipe, no long wait to have the bread 
  • Super easy, no mixer needed  2 ingredients only (or 3 if making your own self rising flour)
  • The dough is very versatile, you can use it to make buns, pizza, bagel, flatbread, pretzels and more! There’s a lot of room to be creative with this dough
No Yeast Bread

Ingredients for NO Yeast Bread Rolls

Just like how I dissect the ingredients for my No Yeast Sandwich Bread and No Yeast Pizza, I am also going to do the same for this post. To better understand how this recipe works, we have to understand the ingredients. Plus, I would like to teach you how to blend one of the main ingredients for this recipe. Let’s put our nerd glasses on and let the class begins.

  • Self-Rising Flour – You can buy self rising flour in the same area as all-purpose flour. Self rising flour has lower protein content as compared to all-purpose flour or bread flour. It makes a fluffier bread because it already contains baking powder and salt in it. This skips the addition of baking powder and salt in the recipe. If you do not have self  rising flour, you can make your own blend by just mixing cake flour, all-purpose flour, salt and baking powder. Scroll down below to see how to make the mix. 
  • Plain Greek Yogurt – Plain Greek yogurt is simply plain yogurt that has been further drain to remove the water. This extra process is what makes Greek yogurt thicker than regular yogurt. This basically replaces the egg and milk in traditional yeast bread making. If you only have plain regular yogurt, use less as regular yogurt have more liquid. Set aside 1/4 cup and then just as as needed.
No Yeast Slider Buns

How to Make NO Yeast Bread Rolls

It can never get easier than this. Ready? Ok, begin by mixing the self rising flour with the yogurt. Mix until it forms into a dough. Gather the dough, but do not knead to much. You just want it to come together. Divide the dough into 4 portions. Roll to form a ball, slightly flatten an arrange in the baking sheet lined sigh parchment paper. Make a shallow cut (do not cut all the way through, about 1/4 inch deep) on top to allow even baking of the inside of the bread. Bake immediately, no need to rest the dough. That’s the beauty of no yeast bread. That’s it! You now have a No Yeast Bread Rolls, how about that? .

How to Make a Blend of Self-Rising Flour 

If you do not have self rising flour but you have cake flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder and salt then that’s all you need to make your own self rising flour. Here’s how: 

To Make 1 cup Self-Rising Flour:

OPTION 1:  This makes a softer bread because of the addition of cake flour 

Mix 2/3 cup of all-purpose flour + 1/3 cup cake flour + 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder + 1/3 teaspoon Salt 

OPTION 2:

1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder + 1/3 teaspoon Salt 

Can I Use Regular Plain Yogurt?

You could but that would require adjustment in the amount of self rising flour. Regular yogurt have more liquid and this will make the dough more wet and sticky. You have to keep on adding a little bit more flour until the dough is no longer sticky. 

If you want to use plain regular yogurt. drain the excess water from the plain yogurt using a muslin or cheese cloth. Leave it overnight in the refrigerator to let the extra water drip. Have a large bowl, place a sieve on top, put the muslin or cheese cloth then pour the yogurt. Cover and leave overnight to allow the extra water to drip.

Why Is My Bread Too Wet?

Because this No yeast yogurt bread uses a lot of yogurt the texture of the bread will be dense, heavy and moist. But if your bread turn out to be quite sticky and wet, here are possible reasons:

  • The yogurt used could have more water or liquid in it. Some Greek yogurt tends to be lighter while other tends to be thicker. Add a little bit more flour but not too much as it could make the bread tough and dense. Add 1 tablespoon at a time and gather the dough.
  • If you only have plain regular yogurt, use less as regular yogurt have more liquid. Set aside 1/4 cup and then just as as needed.

What Else Can I Use This Dough?

This dough is very versatile, you can use this to make bagel (recipe coming soon), pizza, flatbread, buns, pretzels and a lot more. Since the dough is quite heavy and dense, I find that they make great bagels, pretzels and flatbread. Give it a try.

How to Serve This Bread

For easy and quick serving, I like to serve it toasted with butter or jam. If I want something more filling, I like using it to make tuna, egg or chicken sandwich. Cold cuts and eggs are great to go with this bread too. This bread is quite heavy and dense, this makes for a great complete meal on its own. trust me on that, I feel really full and cannot eat anything else after finishing this tuna sandwich.

Small Batch No Yeast 2 Ingredients Bread Rolls

Tips in Making NO Yeast Bread Rolls

  1. Stir the Greek yogurt to mix the water on top. This will make the yogurt a bit lighter and not too thick.
  2. Do not knead the dough too much as two dough will get too sticky. The more you knead the dough, the more the flour absorbs the moisture from the yogurt. This could result to a wet dough and you will have to add more flour. Plus, over kneading could make it extra dense, as it is, the bread is already quit compact and heavy.
  3. Avoid adding too much flour as it could result to a dense tough bread. This is why it is important to follow up #2
  4. The dough will look crumbly and dry at first, just keep on mixing do not add more yogurt.  It will eventually come together
  5. Do not use electric mixer. It is better to do it manually so you can avoid over mixing and you can feel the texture of the dough 
Small Batch No Yeast 2 Ingredients Yogurt Bread Rolls

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Self-Rising Flour
  • 1 cup Plain Greek Yogurt

Instructions:

  1. Pre-heat oven to 350F.
  2. In a bowl, transfer the self-rising flour followed by the plain greek yogurt. Using a sturdy spoon, mix until it starts to come together then use your hands to further gather the mixture to form into a dough. Transfer in a floured surface and lightly gather then divide into 3 or 4 portions. Shape each piece into a ball the slightly flatten it.
  3. Make a cut on top of each bread, about 1/4-inch deep. This will help in the even baking of the inside of the bread since this is quite a heavy compact bread. Arrange in a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  4. Brush top with egg wash (optional). Alternatively, you can brush top with milk or simply dust the top with more flour. Use a sieve for even dusting.
  5. Bake at 350F for about 22 – 25 minutes or until the top is golden brown.
  6. Brush top with butter as soon as you take it out from the oven. Although optional, it is strongly recommended for added taste.
  7. Let cool completely before serving

Makes 4 Bread Rolls

Storage:

Since this uses a lot of yogurt, it is best to keep the bread refrigerated. Have it toasted when ready to eat. 

Small Batch No Yeast 2 Ingredients Yogurt Bread

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