Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter: Homemade Happiness

Ashton Swank | Something Swanky

Famous Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Honey Butter made at home. It'll take you mere minutes, and it is SO good!

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"I could have made a meal out of their rolls and cinnamon honey butter!" How often do we hear this after a meal at Texas Roadhouse?? Every. single. time. 
Okay, okay. So I'm actually the person who says that every single time. But I hear it from others too, so I know I'm not alone! Right?!
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But really, I could eat that butter with a spoon... which, you know... wouldn't be super socially appropriate. So I figure this is one of those things that might be good to make at home. Where there's a little privacy... and my own spoons.
And if you happen to have a little more self control, and don't feel the need to scoop this butter into an ice cream dish with caramel sauce, it's still a recipe worth keeping in your back pocket. Your family will be super impressed with this special touch at meal time! It makes rolls and bread, banana bread pancakes, this yeast waffles recipe, and even sweet potatoes extra amazing! 
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Whip up a quick batch right now, it only takes a minute! 

  48 Servings

Ingredients

  • 2 sticks butter, room temperature
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 cup honey
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon

Directions

  1. Use a stand mixer, food processor, or hand mixer to whip all ingredients together until smooth.
  2. Cover and store in the refrigerator.
  3. Allow to sit out at room temperature for about 30 minutes before serving for easy spreading.

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    WAY too sweet. Cut the sugar and honey in half, at least, or leave out the sugar entirely. Also add a pinch of salt if using unsalted butter.

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    You would want to use half butter and half margarine if you want it to taste the same.

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    Danille here is a website for Texas Roadhouse Rolls http://cupcakediariesblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/copycat-recipe-texas-roadhouse-rolls.html

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    Not that it would last very long in my house, but how long can you store this for?

    Amber
    bluebonnetsandbrownies.com @ Angela

    Angela, compound butters usually last for about 2 weeks.

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    The recipe I use calls for 1 stick of salted butter, 1/4 cup of powder sugar, 1/4 cup of honey, and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon. Perfect goodness everytime!

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    @ Alisha

    Well some people make a bigger serving or a small one so depending on the sixe you want it to be.

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    I tried the butter recipe. WAY too much honey. It overwhelmed the flavor of the spread. Another site said begin with 1 tbs honey per stick of butter and add more to taste.

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    Thank you so much for this recipe!

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    What kind of butter are you using?

    Amber
    bluebonnetsandbrownies.com @ Jess

    Jess, it's just normal butter, sticks like you'd get at the grocery store. Any brand will do.

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    I ALWAYS say that.
    Thanks for the recipe! Might you know how to make a knock off of their rolls as well???

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    Yum! Where'd you get the small blue mason jar?

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    @ Beth

    Also, be careful if you're looking to get authentic masons in ball blue. This awesome little one pictured is very beautiful but it doesn't appear to be authentic ball blue. The color is to light for vintage. The threads of the jar will line up with the seam of the jar in an authentic 1/2 pt ball. Repro's were made in the 90's by ball and are still very beautiful (I own some) but most 1/2 pts in ball blue will almost always be in lightening jars (wire bails glass lids)

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    @ Beth

    You get the jars at almost any antique/thrift/oddity shops I'm a collector. eBay etsy garage sales, always good places to hunt. Watch out for shipping charges though they're ridiculous.




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