I like no kidding. It is still a sarcastic exclamation but it is gentler in tone than "well done Einstein" and politer than invoking Sherlock's alliterative and ever-popular expletive excrement.
The Free Dictionary gives:
Informal Everyone already knows that! Did you just find that out? (Sarcastic.)
It has a second and more literal meaning, which I think is more common (backed up by a quick google search though this is hardly definitive), of "I am being serious" or "I'm not making this up". But the sarcastic "everyone already knows that" is still well-known and the meaning would be clear from context. Here's an example usage in print:
That includes the latest season of “The Bachelorette,” where multiple guys have made fools of themselves in front of Kaitlyn Bristowe. You may be thinking, “No kidding. It’s reality TV. Isn’t that the point?” Well, sure. But according to some reality TV insiders, a surprising number of contestants start out fairly normal and truly think they understand the process. However, they’re in for an unpleasant surprise when they realize they’re actually in way over their heads. — Emily Yahr, "Here's one possible reason ‘Bachelor’ and ‘Bachelorette’ contestants act like lunatics", The Washington Post, 30 June 2015
Here the author uses the phrase "no kidding" in a slightly unusual way: by placing it in the mouths of her readers, she acknowledges that what she is saying sounds obvious rather than radical, but goes on to emphasise that there is an unexpected twist and the matter is more complicated than it first sounds.