I was on a quest to remake the cinnamon butter from Texas Roadhouse to go with my sunday dinner rolls.
After much perusing different recipes online I came across this one that I changed slightly. While most rip-offs consisted of just butter, honey and cinnamon this one had the textural difference I was looking for. Try it and feel free to let me know what you would or wouldn't change.
1 cup unsalted butter (2 sticks) VERY softened.
1/3 Cup sweetened condensed milk - chilled in the fridge
1 tsp Corn syrup (Karo syrup)
1 tsp cinnamon to taste
In a mixer or with a hand mixer whip the softened butter until smooth and creamy. Add in remaining ingredients one by one. Whip mixture on high speed scraping down sides until it is all incorporated.
Refridgerate until ready to use. Remove to allow it to soften approx an hour before you need it.. dependant upon the temperature in your kitchen. The texture of this butter with teh condensed milk does allow it to spread even when chilled, however for the best creamy and smooth texas roadhouse effect allow it to soften before use.
Serve with fresh hot rolls.