Recipe: Sweet Cinnamon Butter


While this recipe is simple, it’s a must have for the breakfast table. It’s perfect on toast, english muffins, or even a decadent blueberry muffin fresh out of the oven. I have come up with the perfect concoction that you must make. It’s easy to make ahead and keep in your refrigerator too, as it lasts until it’s gone!

1 stick of room temp butter
1/2 cup of sugar
1.5 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract



Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix together until combined completely.


Place in a container or form until a log between saran wrap and refrigerate for future use. Try to not eat it with a spoon, because it’s THAT good.

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  1. Michelle Salais says:

    I’m totally making this for the kiddos. It’s kinda like how we always make cinnamon toast. It’s the same thing, butter with cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on top. Now I can just mix it alltogether. Never thought to do that.

  2. Sarah Hayes says:

    this stuff is addicting. I love it on fresh rolls. thanks for sharing the recipe

  3. pumpkinsfan76 says:

    Yummy! Thank you for sharing this recipe with us.

  4. I’ve never had or made cinnamon butter before, I can’t wait to give it a try. Thank you for sharing this post.

  5. Kelly Faber says:

    This look divine!! I would love to put this on my toast in the morning! I love jam, but this looks even better! Definitely trying!! Mmm

  6. My toddler loves cinnamon toast, I never thought of just mixing it all together so it’s ready to go! Also since it’s all combined, it would be less messy!

  7. I guess when you have kids this would be less mess when having cinnamon toast. It’s always been a favorite of mine. Sweet and buttery.

  8. This would make plain old toast so awesome! Thanks for sharing this idea. My kids will love it.

  9. laurie damrose says:

    I could make this with my kids.

  10. Yep. Cinnamon toast without the mess. Thanks for the recipe.

    slehan at juno dot com

  11. Sarah Oswald says:

    OMG!!!! I love cinnamon toast and this would make it easier to make, I also like it on french toast too. This looks so easy to whip up thanks for sharing i I will be making this soon.

  12. pumpkinsfan76 says:

    Thank you for sharing this recipe with us. It sounds really good.

  13. Along with your recipe, the other that I’d like to try is the french toast. That sounds good too.

  14. Michael W Perkins says:

    Gotta mix some up, looks really tasty on toast in the morning.

  15. The added vanilla is a wonderful little somthing extra! Very smart idea to make a whole stick and keep it in the fridge for later use!

  16. Michael W Perkins says:

    Mixed up a small batch yesterday, WOW, I shouldnt have.. Too tasty…

  17. OMG~I really like this recipe,Thanks for reminding me to make this

  18. linda moore says:

    love the recipe had it in a steak house in Ohio. Thanks for the share!

  19. The pecan pound cake looks tasty. I was looking through the recipes and wondering, what would pickled onions be used for? Obviously, I don’t cook much!

  20. Michael W Perkins says:

    Seems to be a hit, MAde a batch, Used a lilttle & This morning… Seems like the wife & Kid LOVE it too, GONE! All GONE!

  21. I would make apple butter and it sure wouldn’t last long so I’m sure this would be the same, I love cinnamon!!

  22. nenasinclair says:

    I’ve had this before, but have never made my own. I love it, so I’ve got to make it! Thanks for sharing!

  23. yummy i will have to try this. It looks very easy to mix up. Cinnamon is so good for you.

  24. Oh Yum! I’m going to have to make this. I like easy recipes because I hate to cook. lol!

  25. The herb mashed potato sounds pretty good. Also, the cinnamon pancakes are worth trying.

  26. Debbie Welchert says:

    Oh this sounds so good. I love cinnamon and sugar toast and this would be so perfect on my toast. I definitely have to try this.

  27. I don’t even know if I should make this recipe. It sounds like something I would not be able to resist once I’ve made it.

  28. The kids would love this on warm homemade bread!

  29. Jennifer G. says:

    Oh my gosh! This looks delicious! My daughter would probably eat this with her fingers! I love the simplicity of this! I have the perfect mason jar for this. I think I’m going to go make some right now 🙂

  30. I am definitely making this! My husband and I LOVE cinnamon and sugar toast, this would be just wonderful instead of regular butter! I can’t wait to try it! Thank you for sharing!

  31. Renee Smith says:

    I had to pin this one- Yummy! I can’t wait to make some fresh rolls to spread this on.

  32. i didn’t even know things like this existed! i am definitely bookmarking this and showing it to my mom!

  33. Dorothy Teel says:

    Wow, sweet cinnamon butter such an easy recipe and it would be great instead of buying prepared cinnamon butter and of course I could add as much cinnamon as I like, thank you for sharing such a wonderful recipe

  34. Thank you for this recipe. I will try it on my family. I love cinnamon butter.

  35. Theresa Lyon says:

    Sweet cinnamon butter? Sounds good on sweet potatoes or cinnamon raisin bread maybe!

  36. I absolutely love the recipe for Sweet Cinnamon Butter! It sounds heavenly!! I saved the recipe so that I can use it! I am definitely going to try this out! Almost sounds like the butter they give you at the Texas Roadhouse (and I love that butter too)! Thanks for this Yummy Recipe! Michele 🙂

  37. Oh yeah,the family would be in heaven,jumping up and down and in heaven.I have never made or tried this before but looks like it just melts in your mouth,throw it on a biscuit and oh so mouth watering.thanks for the recipe

  38. my grand use to make this when we dd the pie and then i would delver the thing i go and get the stuff for pie and then trade milk and fruit for makng thingk like this

  39. Oh my just started my diet again but this will be on a cheat day 🙂 the only cinnamon butter j have tried from Texas Road House. Homemade is always beer

  40. Lorna Patrick says:

    I want to make this butter and put it on homemade pumpkin bread. This looks amazing and I am sure tastes wonderful. Thank you!!

  41. We love the cinnamon butter at Texas Roadhouse. I have been thinking about making our own to go with a copycat recipe for their rolls that we also adore. With the right recipes, we’ll never go out to dinner! Think of the savings!

  42. This looks so yummy. I’ll have to make this for my son. I’m sure he would love it on toast.

  43. I wonder if this is like the cinnamon butter that they have at some restaurants? I’m sure it is. I’m going to try it. I think I’ll end up eating the whole batch though!

  44. I’m going to use this recipe today. I’m making french toast with bacon. It should be tasty.

  45. This recipe looks fabulous and is something that I could do with my grand kids.

  46. Darla Peduzzi says:

    This recipe would definitely be a hit in our house! My grandson loves toast with cinnamon sugar, so I’m sure he would love this! Thanks for the recipe!

  47. This looks so good! I love making honey butter too!

  48. Christina Strapp Lambert says:

    Yum, yum, and yum!!! I will definitely be making this for my family!!

  49. As you probably know I am really into new recipes lately. This cinnamon butter sounds soooo good. I am going to give it a try. Thank you for sharing

  50. That is an easy recipe that holds up well in the fridge. It’s good to have on hand when my sweet tooth calls.

  51. I’ve never had cinnamon butter. This sounds so good!

  52. Sarah Matos says:

    Cant wait to try this. Texas Roadhouse has me hooked on their cinnamon butter and hot buns.

  53. Really must try this!!!

  54. I have had this at restaurants and loved it. Thank you for sharing

  55. Thanks for this easy recipe. I’ll definitely make this.

  56. Thanks very much for posting your recipe for Sweet Cinnamon Butter! I Love this recipe! I haven’t made it yet, but I do have the recipe written down (printer broke again!). Once I start Baking for Christmas, I’ll probably make it then! Thanks again for posting this for all of us! I really do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂

  57. Amber Ludwig says:

    Mmmmm! It almost reminds me of the butter at Texas roadhouse! My son would absolutely love this! And I would love this for a mommy snack 😉 Easy and delicious! Can’t go wrong!

  58. Kayla Britton-Goldsmith says:

    I have to make that for muffins in the morning, yum!! (or any roll, like Roadhouse, lol)

  59. This is great. I’m copying this now. My daughter loves this on toast and french toast. Thanks for sharing.
    Carol L

  60. This is very good on a warm raisin bagel. I’ve tried it on french toast and toaster pastries,. It works well on those too.

  61. Can’t wait to try this on an English muffin. May have to surprise my wife some morning!

  62. Alaina Brown says:

    Oh my goodness. I think I’m gaining weight just by looking at your recipes. Haha!

  63. laura rubenstein says:

    This looks fun to make and delicious 🙂

  64. i have not tried this yet. I keep saying I am going to do it but I haven’t yet. I guess I just need to set aside the time. This looks so good

  65. This cinnamon butter is so good. I love it. Thank you so much for sharing

  66. This cinnamon butter is so good. Even my grandkids like it. Thank you for sharing

  67. I love this recipe. I enjoy it on toast in the morning. Great for snacks too.

  68. Laurie Sexton says:

    what a wonderful idea, and so simple. I love a lot of things with cinnamon. I don’t know if you know this but, there is a recipe like the “Chex puppy chow” I don’t know if you know that, but now I found a recipe for “Chex cinnamon” and I can tell you it is awesome.!!! If you are interested or already have it let me know.

  69. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) says:

    I love this idea. Usually, we always have a mix of cinnamon and sugar on hand that we sprinkled on buttered toast or rolls but this would make things so easy by having it premixed on hand.

  70. I really need to try this recipe! I would love it on a toasted bagel in the morning 🙂

  71. I have never tried cinnamon butter but this sounds so good and I think my son would love it!! I will be making this for sure!!

  72. I love cinnamon and never thought to make a compound butter with it, Oooh I’m excited to try this to have with homemade bread!

  73. This is good on toast and French toast. I prefer the flavor over jam, and it’s simple to make.

  74. This would be nom on so many items and thank you for sharing this great recipe with us….I love recipes.

  75. Amber Ludwig says:

    My grandma always had this whipped up for toast in the morning!! Its such a special memory for me <3 We would think it was such a treat!! Thanks for sharing a recipe that is very similar!!

  76. This looks so tasty and so easy – and a quick gift idea for the holidays, as well!

  77. Edna Williams says:

    I’m making this recipe! Gotta have this! Thanks for sharing!

  78. clojo9372 says:

    I have never heard of this before and it looks soooooooo good. Especially at breakfast on a muffin or something. I am definitely gonna give this one a try! Thank you so so much! 🙂

  79. I do not think I have ever had cinnamon butter before, will definitely try this recipe.

  80. Kaitlinn Pratt says:

    Oh this cinnamon butter recipe is perfect, I’ve actually been looking for one that would go well with a sweet bread recipe that my sister gave me that I’ve been wanting to turn into rolls!!! Thanks!

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