Is there a good white bread recipe for a bread maker that requires no yeast, but yields a similar quality product?

I am trying out my bread maker for the first time and I forgot to pickup yeast at the store. I was wondering if there is a good recipe,maybe using baking powder, that yields a tasty white bread without the yeast.

rickharris6 years ago
Irish Soda bread doesn't use yeast - Never used a bread maker to make it though.


Traditionally it is a brown bread but why not white.


Lots of recipes on line.


Just 1 example from sunbeam


Breadmachine Irish Soda Bread Recipe

The following bread machine Irish Soda Bread recipe is not traditional in that it includes yeast and certain ingredients like raisins and sugar not found in traditional Soda Bread recipes from Ireland, but that doesn’t make it any less tasty. Make sure to carefully follow the instructions when you make this Soda Bread. Be sure to check out the other recipes for Irish Soda Bread found here at Bread-maker.net.

Ingredients

2/3 c Water
1 1/4 tb Butter or margarine
1 1/3 tb Sugar
2/3 ts Salt
1/3 ts Baking soda
1 1/3 ts Caraway seeds
2 c Bread flour
2 tb Buttermilk powder
1 1/2 ts Yeast
1/3 c Raisins

Directions

Mix all the ingredients except the raisins in your bread-maker
Press Start
Add the raisins in after first kneading
Enjoy while hot

Kiteman6 years ago
Sorry, that's highly unlikely.
Unleavened bread becomes crackers if thin, bricks if thick. Go back out and get yeast.