Grab this delicious and easy Copycat Texas RoadHouse Cinnamon Butter recipe – SO good and perfect with a fresh batch of bread!
Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter Copycat Recipe
This stuff is amazing! When I made homemade bread earlier this week something made me think of Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter, so I knew I had to hunt down a recipe for it . . . apparently I'm on a mission to sabotage my hips!
This recipe is so simple, and I'm betting most of the ingredients are right in your pantry. (In fact, I found a can of sweetened condensed milk that was just about to expire – it's a good thing I decided to make this stuff because heaven forbid we let sweetened condensed milk go to waste around here!)
And, if you're trying to pinch a few pounds (it seems like penny pinchin' and pound pinchin' are my daily battles!), well, forget the diet for a little while and plan a few extra minutes to exercise today. This one is worth it!
How Do You Make Cinnamon Butter from Scratch?
Here is a super easy recipe for you – and all you need is just 4 ingredients!
- sweetened condensed milk
- corn syrup
Start by whipping the butter with an electric mixer and then add the remaining ingredients. Mix everything until well combined – it's that easy! You can use immediately or it can be stored in the refrigerator for several weeks.
Copycat Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter
- 1 Cup Butter Softened
- 1/3 Cup Sweetened Condensed Milk Chilled
- 1/2 tsp Corn Syrup
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- Whip butter with electric mixer
- Add remaining ingredients and mix well
- Enjoy! This can stay in the refrigerator for several weeks!
This recipe was adapted from food.com, and is by FAR one of the best I've found. It is SO good and you can make it in advance if you have a special dinner coming up.
Can I Buy Cinnamon Butter at the store?
If you're not wanting to make this at home, they DO make cinnamon butter that you can purchase at your local grocery. Land O'Lakes has a good variety, but the creaminess won't be there like it is if you make it at home. But if you're looking for something quick or don't want to make your own, that's certainly an option too.
Can I add Honey and make Honey Cinnamon Butter?
Yes! If you prefer a sweeter butter, just add a tablespoon of honey after you whip your butter. This will give the butter a slightly different and sweeter flavor.
SEVERAL years ago I made this, and came across this conversation that I had with my Reagan as she was watching our Kitchenaid whip up this butter. That girl can turn even butter into an hour long conversation, and she was only three when this happened! (I don't know where she gets it . . . )
Reagan (while hovering on her step-stool with her nose right up on top of the mixer): Momma . . . is dat chocolate in (d)there??? I yike chocolate. . . it's really good . . . it tastes yummy . . . is dat chocolate momma?
Me: No baby, it's cinnamon.
Reagan: Cinnamon? I YIKE CINNAMON! It's so yummy. . . it smells really good . . . do I yike cinnamon momma? I can taste it. . . I can EAT it . . . maybe I should yick (lick) it momma . . . it's really good . . . and I can momma . . . it's really okay if I can!
***Meanwhile, I turn my back . . . WHY WOULD I EVER TURN MY BACK IN THE KITCHEN???
Reagan: Do I yike it momma . . . do I really yike it?
(silence…and then of course, the slobbering of straight cinnamon all over that girl's mouth – she licked the top of the McCormick's Cinnamon clean – BLECK!!!)
Reagan: I no yike it momma . . . but maybe I do yike it . . . because I can still taste it (as she sees me take the fluffy-buttered-beater off the Kitchenaid) I can eat it momma . . . . it's really good . . . . . . . . . . .
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