Like many of you, my favorite thing about Texas Roadhouse are the rolls, and that is largely due to their amazing honey butter! This Copycat Texas Roadhouse Honey Butter recipe will allow you to easily recreate the honey butter awesomeness right in your own home. I have seen a lot of variations of this recipe, but in my recipe, I go extra light on the sugar (as compared to many that I have seen) and that allows for more of the honey taste to come out. I have adjusted this over time and this is as close to the real Texas Roadhouse Honey Butter as I have found, we love it!
Copycat Texas Roadhouse Honey Butter
(makes approximately 1.5 cups of butter)
2 4-ounce sticks butter, at room temperature
1/4 cup powdered sugar
3/4 cup honey
1.5 teaspoons cinnamon
Pinch of salt
Add all of the ingredients to a stand mixer and attach the whisk tool.
Mix on low until the sugar is incorporated and then increase the speed. Mix for about one minute and then scrape the sides down. Do this one or two more times until all the ingredients are evenly combined. The mixture will look a little dark.
Turn the speed up to high and let it whip for about two minutes or until it’s lighter in color and fluffy.
If using right away, you can serve this immediately. If not, store it in the refrigerator and pull it out about 30 minutes prior to serving to soften up.
This is delicious on yeast rolls, scones, biscuits, pancakes, French toast or even pumpkin bread! Enjoy!
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