Sweet Cinnamon Butter – Softened butter with a hint of sweetness and bit of cinnamon. Perfect for muffins, pancakes, or toast.If you want to add a hint of sweet cinnamon to toast, muffins or your morning stack of pancakes, this sweet cinnamon butter is the perfect way to do that. Make ahead for convenience and at a moments notice. This delicious sweet cinnamon butter only takes a couple minutes to make if that. This butter is a perfect way to add a little fancy to your breakfast! This recipe is similar to Texas Roadhouse’s famous cinnamon butter. This recipe is a little sweeter but SOOOO good!
Can I use margarine or butter substitute?To be honest, I’m not sure. My best guess says yes but I’m a butter girl through and through. If you have butter, use butter. If not, I’d love to hear how this recipe turns out for you.
How far in advance can I make this sweet cinnamon butter?If stored in the fridge, this butter will keep for up 2-3 weeks. You can also freeze this butter and it will keep for months. For convenience, freeze in an ice cube tray or in a long snake-like tube so you can thaw only as much as you’d like to use. Serve at room temperature so the butter is soft enough to spread.
Here are some ideas of what you can serve with this sweet cinnamon butter:
- Easy Cinnamon Apple Crumb Streusel Muffins
- Sweet Baked Fluffy Omelet
- Thin Pancakes (Classic Crepes)
- Easy Cinnamon Apple Oatmeal Breakfast Muffins
- Buttery Soft Butterhorn Rolls
What would you serve this sweet cinnamon butter with?I’d love to hear your ideas on what you’d have this butter with. Drop me a comment and let me know! Here’s the full printable recipe:
Sweet Cinnamon Butter
Yield: 1 cup
Prep Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 1 minute
Softened butter with a hint of sweetness and bit of cinnamon. Perfect for muffins, pancakes, toast, and MORE.
- 1 cup butter, softened
- 2 T sugar
- 1 T cinnamon
- Cream all ingredients together for 1 minute. Serve with muffins, pancakes, toast and more.
- Room temperature: 2-3 days.
- Refrigerate: 2-3 weeks
- Freeze: several months
Oh. My. Word. That sounds A-MAZING! I think I need to try this. Thanks for sharing and thank you for stopping by.
I would fry up some fiji apples in this butter and put them in some vanilla yogurt topped with a crumbled biscotti! Yummy!
I want to try this the next time I make the muffins. Does the sugar stay grainy in the butter or become smooth?