This copycat recipe for Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter is so delicious – and you can easily make it at home anytime you want cinnamon butter!
Who hasn’t been to Texas Roadhouse and filled up on their delicious rolls and butter? I usually don’t eat butter on my rolls but cinnamon honey butter? It is too delicious not to use! There is nothing quite like slicing open a warm roll and slathering it in cinnamon butter.
If you have never been to Texas Roadhouse (and we don’t go all that often), don’t worry! This copycat recipe for cinnamon honey butter will allow you to enjoy it at home. I have my sister, Liesl, to thank for this recipe. She played around with several different recipes and adjusted proportions until she came up with this version. I tweaked it ever so slightly and this is the delicious result.
This simple recipe makes perfectly delicious cinnamon honey butter you will want to spread on everything. Toast, rolls, bread, pancakes, french toast – if it can be buttered, try it with this butter.
This is a great recipe to use when company is coming over. Serving this cinnamon butter with your rolls (either homemade or store bought), makes any roll taste so much better. You will impress your company when you make this butter.
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I was pleasantly surprised how simple this copycat butter recipe was to make! It only requires 4 ingredients and you probably have all of them in your pantry. Go ahead and check. If you do, promise me that you will make this butter soon.
The hardest part of this recipe? Waiting for your butter to soften. Once your butter is soft, just toss all four ingredients in your mixer and cream until you get a fluffy cinnamon honey butter. I hope you love it as much as my family does!
Here is how you make copycat Texas Roadhouse cinnamon honey butter.
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/3 cup powdered sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons honey
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
Cream softened butter in mixer. Mix in honey and cinnamon. Slowly mix in powdered sugar. Mix all ingredients until the butter is creamy and smooth. Enjoy!
Store butter in a tightly sealed container.
Do not microwave the butter! I have been known to microwave my butter on more than one occasion to soften it slightly for cookies. While that works for some recipes, microwaved butter will not work for this recipe. Your butter needs to be softened on the counter for several hours before mixing. One hour is the minimum softening time I would say. If you microwave your butter, it will change the consistency of the butter and the recipe will not work.
You can store the cinnamon honey butter at room temperature for 2 or 3 days. If you don’t use all by then, I recommend storing it in the refrigerator where it will last for several weeks…if you don’t eat it all by then! If you store your butter in the fridge, allow it to come to room temperature before using it. Once again, do not microwave this butter or it will become a runny mess.