Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

I found this "clone" recipe at It is very similar to the cinnamon butter served at Texas Roadhouse restaurants in Dallas. They bring it to you to serve on their in house dinner rolls. (Please see recipe I posted for these rolls (Texas Roadhouse Buttery Dinner Rolls), just recently. I love how easy this is to mix up and serve, probably with ingredients you already have on hand. Cook time is prep. time.


  1. Mix and beat all ingredients listed, together, until smooth.
  2. Cover and refrigerate over night.


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This was a hit at last night's Christmas dinner. It does go great with rolls of all kind but my favorite combo is with yeast rolls. For anyone wondering about the oz conversion, I used 1/4 cup of brown and 1/4 cup of granulated sugars and the recipe amounts of butter and cinnamon.

mindy.tryon December 26, 2009

Wow, this was absolutely great. I made it to go on the sweet potatoes and dinner rolls for Thanksgiving dinner. I made a double batch and its already gone by saturday evening. We will make this again. YUM.

Margie99 November 27, 2010

I made this the other day and at first I skeptical because it looked like dirt. Then I added 2 more sticks of softened butter and it lightened up and looked just like Texas Roadhouse's spread (it also makes a whole lot more and doesn't affect the taste). It could use a tad less sugar and mine was crunchy so with the next batch I put the brown sugar in the food processor first to grind it up a bit. Also, if you're using real butter you don't have to refridgerate (same concept as a butter dish). Will make this over and over again...SUPERB!

Jessy0419 January 17, 2010

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