I am usually anti-chain when it comes to dining out, but I have a weakness for Texas Roadhouse; it’s my guilty pleasure. If you’ve been, you know: Those rolls! THAT BUTTER! The butter alone is worth the trip. It’s a sweet honey-cinnamon butter that just melts in your mouth, especially when paired with their signature soft, buttery rolls. (Pardon me while I wipe the drool from my keyboard.)
A few weeks ago I was hardcore craving Texas Roadhouse butter — but I’ve been trying to cut back on my spending and dining out, so I decided to take a whack at making the stuff myself. And guess what? It’s crazy easy! And cheap! I will never spend $20 on an impulse steak dinner again just to satisfy my butter craving. (And yes, I know how ridiculous that sounds.)
This is valuable life hack, people. Here’s how to make Texas Roadhouse butter at home —
- Medium mixing bowl
- Electric handheld mixer or stand mixer
- Rubber spatula
- Glass or plastic container for storage
- 1/2 stick unsalted butter
- 1/8 cup powdered sugar
- 1/8 cup honey
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
DIY Texas Roadhouse Butter Recipe:
- Add the butter to your mixing bowl and using your handheld mixer (or a stand mixer with a whisk attachment), beat the butter for approximately 30 seconds until it’s pale.
- Add the sugar, honey, and cinnamon to the bowl and beat until well-combined. The mixture will be light and fluffy. This takes 1 to 2 minutes.
- Use the rubber spatula to transfer the butter to your container for storage or serving.
That’s it! This whole process takes less than 5 minutes and is foolproof.
Bake up some rolls and prepare for your world to be rocked.