Texas Roadhouse is famous for their fluffy rolls and cinnamon butter, and now you can re-create them at home! Sweet, creamy and irresistible,Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter is the perfect pairing for any bread!
What makes a Texas Roadhouse roll so delicious? While the soft, fluffy and buttery roll is a great start, what really brings the whole thing together is that sweet yet savory Cinnamon Honey Butter!
Oh that butter…I think I’ve had daydreams about it!! It’s magical. It melts in your mouth (seriously!!) And I always find myself ruining my appetite for steak because I ate like 6 rolls covered in cinnamon butter!! (Don’t judge!)
So what to do??
Make a batch at home of course so I can have it anytime!!
While it tastes fancy, cinnamon butter is actually super easy to make at home and when you make a batch, it can last for up to a month in the fridge.
Key word: CAN. That is, if it actually lasts that long! Wink, wink…
Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter Ingredients
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- Butter — softened, but not melted
- Powdered sugar — sifted
- Honey — Make sure it’s smooth (not crystalized) for easier mixing
- Cinnamon — I love a strong cinnamon, but you can use any variety
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How to Make Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter
Cream together the butter, cinnamon, and sugar in a medium mixing bowl or the bowl of a stand mixer.
Add the honey and stir until everything is smooth and well combined.
If desired, scoop the cinnamon butter into a serving dish. You can also go ahead and put it into a storage container so you can save any leftovers.
Related: Try our copycat Texas Roadhouse butter on our Southern Buttermilk Biscuits too!
How to Store Cinnamon Butter
It’s perfectly ok to keep your cinnamon butter on the counter in a covered container for a couple days. However, after that you’ll want to keep it refrigerated, as this will greatly extend its shelf life!
You can store your cinnamon honey butter in the fridge for up to a month. Keep it in a sealed container to prevent other flavors from the fridge from mingling.
Can You Microwave the Butter?
If you keep your cinnamon honey butter in the fridge, it will be hard to spread as soon as you take it out to serve. It may be tempting to pop it in the microwave to speed up the softening process, but don’t do it! Microwaving your cinnamon honey butter will cause it to melt and the ingredients to separate.
Instead, allow the butter to naturally adjust to room temperature before serving.
Can I make this ahead of time?
Yes! You can make this honey butter recipe ahead of time! Because this recipe lasts so long in the fridge, you can whip up a big batch to use on all your recipes all month long!
You can even make a double batch and freeze some — it can keep for a few months in the freezer.
Can you make make cinnamon butter vegan?
Yes, you could absolutely replace the butter and honey with vegan substitutes. There are quite a few vegan margarine (butter substitutes) and vegan honey options.
I have never personally tried this, so I can’t vouch for the flavors of any specific substitutes, but if you give it a try let me know in the comments!
Can my baby try this?
Cinnamon honey butter is a favorite with my kids! However, it’s important to make sure that babies under one year old do not have any due to the potential for infant botulism. (Honey is considered perfectly safe for kids over age 1 and adults).
It feels a little alarmist to type that out, but I didn’t know about this until I had babies of my own, so I just wanted to make a note in case anyone is unaware.
Copycat Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter Recipe (Printable Copy)
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Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter Recipe
- Mixing bowl
- Electric mixer
- 1/2 cup butter softened
- 1/4 cup powdered sugar sifted
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- Cream together butter, sugar, and cinnamon in a medium-sized bowl with an electric mixer or stand mixer.
- Add honey and stir by hand until well combined and smooth.
- Keep any leftover butter in an airtight container in the fridge.
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