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All Recipes, Tapas / December 2, 2020

Incredible 10-Minute Rosemary Bread Rolls | Easy No Yeast Recipe

There is nothing better than making homemade bread. It fills your kitchen with amazing aromas and it´s such a rewarding experience. However, making homemade bread can be difficult. Today, I´m going to show you how to make the easiest bread ever. We´re talking 10-Minute Rosemary Bread Rolls.

These bread rolls have an incredible texture & flavor, they´re made with the most basic pantry staples and it only takes 10 minutes of prep work. It just doesn´t get any better than this.

To make these bread rolls, I ditched the yeast and used baking powder instead. The difference? The bread is not as airy as a typical yeast bread, it´s much more denser. But the textures are still amazing and the flavors are even better.

TIPS & TRICKS to Make this Recipe: I used all-purpose flour, but you can also use whole wheat flour, bread flour or even self-rising flour. Just skip out on the baking powder if you use the self-rising flour. It took me exactly 25 minutes to bake these to perfection, but every oven heats differently. So keep an eye on the bread rolls after 20 minutes. You can always pierce them with a toothpick, if it comes out cleanly, they are ready to go.

Key Ingredients & Cookware I used in this Recipe:

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Incredible 10-Minute Rosemary Bread Rolls | Easy No Yeast Recipe

Course Bread
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings 12 Bread Rolls
Author Albert Bevia @ Spain on a Fork


  • 3 cups all-purpose flour 360 grams
  • 3 tsp baking powder 12 grams
  • 3/4 tsp sea salt 4.5 grams
  • 1 tbsp dried rosemary 3.35 grams
  • 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 45 ml
  • 1 cup cold water 250 ml


  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 15 ml
  • dash dried rosemary
  • sprinkle all-purpose flour


  1. Add 3 cups all-purpose flour into a large bowl, along with 3 tsp baking powder, 3/4 tsp sea salt and 1 tbsp dried rosemary, mix the dry ingredients together

  2. Then add in 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil and 1 cup cold water, mix together until you end up with a dough, then get in there with your hands and lightly knead the dough inside the bowl for 30 to 45 seconds or until all the ingredients are well combined, shape the dough into a ball

  3. Sprinkle some all-purpose flour into a clean flat surface, add the ball of dough on top, cut it in half and shape each half into a ball, cut each ball into 6 evenly sized pieces for a total of 12 pieces of dough, shape each one into a ball

  4. Grase a 8-inch round baking pan with some extra virgin olive oil, add the balls of dough into the pan, making sure they´re all in a single layer but compacted together, brush a kiss of extra virgin olive oil over the doughs and sprinkle with some dried rosemary

  5. Add the baking pan into a preheated oven, bake only option (bottom heat), 210 C - 425 F

  6. After 20 minutes change the oven setting to the bake + broil option (bottom + top heat) and go for another 5 minutes, the remove from the oven and transfer the bread rolls into a bread basket, best served warm, enjoy!

Recipe Notes

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  1. Asena

    1 star
    Broiled for 3 minutes came out burnt. Highly suggest no broil.

    07 . Feb . 2023
    • Spain on a Fork

      Sorry to hear that, every oven heats differently, so should have kept an eye on them if your broiler is that strong, much love

      08 . Feb . 2023
  2. Tom

    5 stars
    I made these for our Christmas Eve dinner to go along with the paella. I was doubtful they would convert well to gluten free, but they did! I used some gluten free baking mix and also some oat flour. They came out very soft and a great flavor with the rosemary. These were delicious with some butter and also tasted great dipped in the paella.

    26 . Dec . 2021
    • Spain on a Fork

      So happy to hear that! Much love 🙂

      27 . Dec . 2021
  3. Janeen U

    Thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe , I can’t wait to try this , I’ll have to wait though, I only have a Gluten free flour (Rice flour, Tapioca starch,& potato starch, xanthan gum, salt) That I have Never used before, a (family member can’t have Gluten) & honestly it’s been awhile since I’ve baked bread, & also I’ve been looking for easier & healthier ways to bake , & in general cook all meals! I do love to cook ,& eat well ! So , I’ll order some self rising on Amazon & try this out as soon as I get it , I will let you know how it turns out! Thanks again,! ????????????????

    10 . Sep . 2021
    • Spain on a Fork

      Sounds great! Much love 🙂

      10 . Sep . 2021
  4. S

    Hello! These look delicious! Is there any reason not to use fresh rosemary? And should I use more then to make up for the moisture? Gracias!

    12 . Jun . 2021
    • Spain on a Fork

      Dried herbs work best when you are baking, but you can totally use fresh if you like. Just double the amount 🙂 much love

      13 . Jun . 2021

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