A little (okay, a lot) late to the party, I have jumped on the "No Knead Bread" bandwagon. I was skeptical, (kneading isn't hard, what's the big deal?), but it's incredibly easy, relatively mess-free, and the end result is quite good. If you aren't lightyears ahead on me on this, (and you probably are), go ahead and give it a try. Find the original recipe here. The great thing is the recipe seems quite forgiving and you can have fun playing with different flours and flavors.
My first attempt! I just use normal, active dry yeast instead of the instant yeast listed in the ingredients. I use a rounded 1/4 tsp and the results seem fine. My dutch oven is also about half the size as recommended and I don't think it mattered one bit.
For my second attempt, I substituted 1/3 of the all purpose flour with whole wheat flour. It also turned out well, but a little bland.
For my last attempt, I stuck with the cup of whole wheat flour. I also upped the salt to 2 tsp, added 2 tbsp honey to the water, and added about 1/8 cup each of wheat bran and wheat germ, with an additional 1/4 cup water to compensate. This was my favorite yet.
Give it a try: you won't be disappointed!