Are you looking for easy dairy-free quick bread recipes that bake up without yeast? You have arrived at the biggest collection of dairy-free yeastless loaves, including banana, pumpkin, zucchini, apple, chocolate chip, savory, and many more.
50 Dairy-Free Quick Bread Recipes for Yeastless Baking
This is a broad assortment with something for everyone. All of these quick bread recipes are made without any milk-based ingredients (milkless, butterless, etc), and most are suitable for nut-free and soy-free needs. Some are even gluten-free (as noted). And you can make any of these recipes into plant-based, egg-free and vegan quick bread if needed!
How to Make Eggless Quick Bread (if Needed)
Several of these are naturally egg-free quick bread recipes, but you can adapt any of them to be egg-free and vegan. Most quick bread recipes are fairly adaptable without eggs. See my post on How to Substitute Eggs for options. You’re bound to have several of these substitutes in your cupboard!
For gluten-free or grain-free quick bread recipes that are not already vegan, I recommend using aquafaba as an egg substitute. It will help to provide the most structure.
If you need a yeastless sandwich or toast bread, then look no further than this easy brown soda bread. It’s healthy delicious, naturally eggless (and vegan-friendly) and can be baked as a free-form loaf or in a loaf pan. I even bake it as mini loaves for little sandwiches!
This recipe is naturally egg-less, nutritious, and made purely from pantry ingredients. It’s adapted from a beloved cookbook that my grandma gave to me. We enjoy this dairy-free quick bread for breakfast.
If you like moist, sweet, indulgent pumpkin bread, than this easy vegan recipe is for you.
This sugar-free banana bread recipe is surprisingly egg-free, hearty, healthy, and delicious! It includes options for a sweeter vegan quick bread, if preferred.
This is such a fun vegan quick bread recipe to bake with kids! It’s great for holidays, like Christmas or Easter, but also for a spring or summer project.
This is another “kids can bake” recipe that’s actually top allergen free. It was whipped up by my friend Jereann and her daughter.
It has holiday appeal, but I think you’ll actually love this bread for tea time too. It’s infused with a cup of fresh brew.
This moist savory bread is just like classic Southern spoon bread, but without any dairy. It’s also naturally gluten-free.
There’s no need for dairy in this popular recipe. It’s a great way to use up a zucchini surplus.
You’ll love the moist texture and perfectly spiced flavor of this dairy-free quick bread. It’s sweetened solely with a little maple syrup or honey and pureed pear.
This vegan and gluten-free quick bread from my friend Kristina has all the sweet and tangy flavors of her favorite cinnamon cookie.
Treat yourself to this bakery-style loaf. It’s enriched with olive oil, extra banana, and big dairy-free chocolate chunks.
Go gum-free with this oat flour bread! The moist, slightly crumbly texture is so much nicer than most gluten-free pumpkin bread.
This is an all-time favorite recipe here on Go Dairy Free. And for good reason – it’s practically foolproof!
It’s hard to believe that this indulgent quick bread is top allergen-free. The recipe is from the original bakery of Erin McKenna.
Don’t worry, the recipe includes a non-alcoholic option, if needed. It’s a super-easy, naturally egg-free and yeastless savory bread with rustic appeal.
Pumpkin bread can be an everyday food, thanks to this wholesome, delicious, perfectly tender vegan quick bread recipe.
This depression-era peanut butter bread recipe calls for just six ingredients and five minutes of prep time. It’s super easy and economical to make and if you love peanut butter, you’ll enjoy this bread with your morning coffee or tea!
The chocolate goodness can be swirled in or stirred throughout for a purely chocolate loaf. You can add chocolate chips, or blueberries if you wish!
When dairy-free eggnog is in season, you can buy some extra shelf-stable supplies to make this delicious sweet bread year round.
This simple banana bread is a variation of my breakfast-worthy banana bread. It’s still nutritious, but a little more indulgent in the sweetness and moisture categories.
Granny smith apples, cinnamon, and brown sugar make this recipe into a special treat.
This lovely loaf simple begs for a big mug of tea or coffee! It’s a unique quick bread recipe by my friend Sarah.
If you’re looking for a real indulgence, make this sweet pumpkin bread, complete with streusel and icing.
Megan of Allergy Awesomeness somehow made this decadent dessert-like bread without gluten, eggs, dairy, nuts, or soy!
This vegan quick bread recipe was made specifically for creating dairy-free ice cream sandwiches. But the slices are pretty good on their own.
This is actually a fairly simple plant-based recipe, but I’ve used dairy-free creamer for an indulgent twist.
Everyone needs a good cranberry bread in their repertoire, and this one is made special with orange and pecans.
I bake this cornbread as mini loaves, and slather it with easy homemade blueberry “butter.”
You can double down on the two most popular quick breads with this dairy-free recipe.
My friend Jenn has a vegan blog, but she also specializes in oil-free baking. This perfectly sweet, soft, and moist bread is made without any butter, oil, dairy, refined sugar, or gluten.
Shandi of Not Perfect Paleo makes this gingerbread ultra-rich and flavorful with molasses and a double dose of spices.
You can gift these unique loaves around the holidays, but they’re also made with great springtime flavors.
Yes, that golden, moist, tender crumb is completely butterless, milkless, and eggless!
I think strawberry and banana are a natural combination, which is why they marry perfectly in this dairy-free quick bread – with or without glaze.
You might know it as a St. Patrick’s Day bread, but classic Irish soda bread is a great savory bread option year round.
According to my husband, dairy-free chocolate chips make every sweet quick bread better. This loaf is also rich and buttery.
This gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and nutritious bread is sure to satisfy every sweet craving for breakfast or dessert.
Move over pumpkin, it’s time for butternut squash to get some time in the quick bread spotlight. You can use fresh or canned puree, and you can even substitute another winter squash.
You might call it cake, but to me, this sweet, rich, spiced recipe is a deliciously moist bread.
I buy vegan nog at the holidays just so I can make mini loaves of this nog-infused and glazed dairy-free quick bread.
You might like this unique cornbread at Thanksgiving, but we also like it for using up pantry ingredients!
Our list wouldn’t be complete without some applesauce bread! This recipe is full of flavor with a soft and fluffy texture. It’s also gluten-free and oil-free and only has 8 ingredients!
Brown sugar and chocolate chips lend a youthful dessert appeal to this dairy-free quick bread recipe.
You can make this naturally gluten-free and allergy-friendly flatbread on the stove or in the oven, because we’ve included directions for both!
I was amazed by this gluten-free bread. It’s maple-sweetened, eggless, and gluten-free, but it has a delicious tender crumb!
My friend Kim shared this recipe with us many years ago. She infuses all of her recipes with nutrition and phenomenal flavor.
This is Hannah’s vegan version of “honey cake” for the holidays. You might also like it as a simple breakfast bread.
It’s hard to be a timeless classic like this one, but we still couldn’t resist adding a few options.
Hannah also shared this vegan quick bread recipe with us. It really is made with butterscotch pudding, which is surprisingly vegan!
You’ll love the rich, tropical vibe of this easy, wholesome, dairy-free, egg-free, yeast-free quick bread.
I must admit that I usually add at least a couple tablespoons of fat to quick bread recipes for the best crumb. But you will love this recipe if you’re following a fat-free or low-fat diet.
Their are no grains and no nuts in this gluten-free, dairy-free quick bread. It really is made with flaxseeds for a wonderfully “nutty” flavor.
I have to close with a recipe that nearly everyone can enjoy. I created this gluten-free, egg-free, nut-free, soy-free pumpkin bread about a decade ago, and it continues to be a favorite in many households. Everyone loves it!