Texas RoadHouse Butter Recipe

We love going out to dinner at Texas Roadhouse. My favorite part of the meal is the warm rolls and butter. The Texas Roadhouse butter is just so good!

I decided to try and make a copy cat Texas Roadhouse butter since the closest restaurant is 45 minutes from us.

This cinnamon honey butter is amazing! I am going to fully admit that not long after the pictures were taken the bread rolls were gone. This recipe is super easy to make and such a wonderful treat!

Plus it just tastes amazing.

Texas Roadhouse Butter

This Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter is amazing on dinner rolls, sweet potatoes, banana bread, cinnamon rolls, pancakes, waffles, or honestly anything you want to add a sweet butter too.

I just love how easy it is to make and how amazing it tastes.

For a while, I tried to keep some made in the refrigerator all the time but then I realized I was just trying to think of all of the things I could put it on. So now I only make this Texas Roadhouse Honey Butter when I really want it…which is more often than I really want to admit in writing. LOL!

There is a new Texas Roadhouse opening near us and I am so excited they are finally going to be close by! Somedays I just crave Texas Roadhouse Rolls, their amazing sweet potatoes and a killer cocktail. Spokane is finally going to have one in town!

No more driving all the way to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho to enjoy a killer barbecue meal.

I can’t believe we first shared this recipe back in January of 2013! So many things have happened in life since we started making this recipe it is hard to believe.

Don’t worry I am not going to give you a six-year run down of everything that has happened. If you are super interested in everything check out the daily diary posts here on the blog. They do a great job of sharing our life over the past few years.

 Texas Roadhouse Butter Recipe

Ingredients needed to make Texas Roadhouse Butter

1 stick unsalted butter – room temperature
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 tbsp honey, add more to taste
1 tsp cinnamon, add more to taste

How to make Texas Roadhouse Butter

Combine ingredients in a large bowl and mix with either a standing mixer or hand mixer.

I started making this in a bowl with a spatula and hand mixing the ingredients. I quickly poured everything into our KitchenAid Mixer

. The KitchenAid mixer made quick work of mixing everything together.

I started with the tablespoon of honey and teaspoon of cinnamon and added a bit more to taste. I really like the flavor of cinnamon so I added more than the recipe asked for.

How to make copy cat Texas Roadhouse Butter at home! This copycat recipe is so easy to make. Pair with rolls for a simple family meals!

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Copy Cat Texas RoadHouse Butter recipe

Enjoy this delicious Copy Cat Texas RoadHouse Butter recipe at home! Great on rolls!

  • 1 stick unsalted butter (room temperature)
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tbsp honey (add more to taste)
  • 1 tsp cinnamon (add more to taste)
  1. I started making this in a bowl with a spatula and hand mixing the ingredients. I quickly poured everything into our KitchenAid Mixer. The KitchenAid mixer made quick work of mixing everything together.
  2. I started with the tablespoon of honey and teaspoon of cinnamon and added a bit more to taste. I really like the flavor of cinnamon so I added more than the recipe asked for.

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16 Comments

I just made your copy cat Texas Roadhouse butter, omg yum!!!! I made it from homemade butter 🙂 thanks for sharing recipe

I tried to make a copy of cinnamon butter and I think my mistake was using brown sugar. I never thought about using powdered sugar. I am going to have to try this.