A Cinnamon Honey Butter recipe that's whipped until light and fluffy! (2024)

This whipped Cinnamon Honey Butter recipe is made with only 5 ingredients, in less than 10 minutes. A delicious topping for popovers, toast, muffins, waffles, pancakes, and so much more!

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Cinnamon Honey Butter is a favorite topping

I’m not sure if you’d believe me if I were to share how many sticks of butter we’ve gone through the past few months. As we’ve spent more time than usual at home, we’ve found ourselves in the kitchen just that much more. I say it all the time: good food brings great comfort.

During this time, popovers have been on repeat. Besides being so very easy to make, they go with almost everything! And they transition wonderfully from the soups and comfort food of winter right into the salads and grilling of spring and summer. We go back and forth between this sourdough popovers recipe and these regular popovers.

And time and time again, no matter the meal, we come back to this light and fluffy whipped Cinnamon Honey Butter recipe. It’s a favorite topping at our house, and such an easy treat!

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Better than Texas Roadhouse butter recipe!

If you’ve ever bitten into a warm roll slathered with cinnamon honey butter at Texas Roadhouse, then you already know about the deliciousness of this spreadable treat.

My recipe is very similar to the Texas Roadhouse butter recipe, but mine has more fluffiness and cinnamon, and less honey. It’s how I prefer it. And I think it’s BETTER!

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Ingredients for the best cinnamon honey butter, plus variations and substitutions

This recipe uses five super common ingredients:

  • Unsalted butter – I prefer to use unsalted butter in my cooking and baking, so I can regulate the amount of salt added to each recipe. You could also use salted butter, but then skip the added salt. Also keep in mind that the quality of butter does matter. Starting out with a better butter will result in a better tasting cinnamon honey butter in the end.
  • Powdered sugar – This is the secret weapon when it comes to whipping up a light and fluffy honey butter. The powdered sugar gives volume to the butter and helps everything hold together so nicely. There really is no substitute for this ingredient.
  • Honey – You’ll find that I use less honey than most honey butter recipes. There’s two reasons for that: 1) I prefer a more subtle honey flavor and 2) Too much honey messes with the fluffy texture that I love. I think too much honey gives the butter a “greasy” like texture. A good substitute is pure maple syrup, which is extra lovely when paired with fall and winter meals.
  • Cinnamon – I use a heavy hand when it comes to the cinnamon. I inherited that particular spice love from Mom. Feel free to back off that quantity if you’re not as big of a fan. And again, the quality and strength of cinnamon will make a difference in the end product. If you’ve ever sniffed your way through a good spice company’s jars, you know that cinnamon can vary from soft and mellow to rich and strong.
  • Salt – I use a coarse kosher salt for all my cooking and baking. If you use plain table salt, start out with a bit less and then add more back in if you like. Also, sometimes I simply prefer a little more salty flavor, and throw in another pinch or two!

Another fun variation is to add a splash of pure vanilla extract or pure almond extract (please don’t use imitation extract!). You could also use vanilla beans, scraped straight from the pod. Or vanilla bean paste!

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How to make whipped butter

This recipe is super simple to make. For a fluffy whipped butter, just follow these instructions:

  1. Beat butter for 2 minutes. Be sure to use room temperature butter that is just slightly soft. Use a stand mixer or powerful hand mixer for best (fluffiest) results. Beating by hand will not give the same volume.
  2. Add powdered sugar, honey, cinnamon, and salt.
  3. Beat again for 2 minutes, to add increased fluffy texture.
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What to serve with honey butter?

Where to start?! Cinnamon honey butter is one of the best toppings around!

But here are a few suggestions for you. Serve this whipped butter with:

  • Sourdough Popovers
  • Popovers (not a sourdough recipe)
  • Cornbread Muffins – A great side for summer salads and grilling.
  • Buttermilk Pancakes – My family’s favorite pancake recipe!
  • Apple Oatmeal Pancakes – I love to make this recipe during the fall apple season.
  • Yeasted Waffles – A good waffle is such treat!
  • Sour Cream Banana Bread – The BEST banana bread, a favorite of mine since I was a kid.
  • Blueberry Muffins – From my grandma’s recipe box, I love the crumble topping!
  • Apple Bread – So many people love this recipe that’s stuffed with fresh apple flavor.
  • Peach Bread – I make this bread every summer when the peaches are super sweet and juicy.
  • Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins – My absolute favorite pumpkin recipe!
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Honey Butter FAQ:

How do you store honey butter?

Store the cinnamon honey butter in an airtight container at room temperature for up to three days. This fluffy butter is most definitely most enjoyable at room temperature.

Do you have to refrigerate honey butter?

If you still have butter left after three days sitting at room temperature, then put it in the refrigerator.

If you store it in the refrigerator, just let it come to room temperature before serving again. Do not microwave, as this will break down the fluffy texture…and possibly end up in a soupy mess!

How long will cinnamon honey butter last?

When stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, this honey butter will be good for about one month.

Can you freeze honey butter?

Yes. You can definitely freeze this butter.

Place desired amount of honey butter onto a piece of plastic and wrap it up tightly to remove any air. Wrap another layer of plastic wrap tightly over the first one, and then place in a freezer baggie. Freezefor up to 2 months.

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Cinnamon Honey Butter

Yield: 1 cup

prep time: 10 minutes mins

total time: 10 minutes mins

Just the perfect light and fluffy sweet topping for popovers, muffins, breads, pancakes, and more!!

4.8 Stars (12 Reviews)

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Ingredients

  • ½ c. unsalted butter softened to room temperature
  • ½ c. powdered sugar
  • 1 T. honey
  • 2 tsp. cinnamon
  • tsp. kosher salt

Instructions

  • Place butter in bowl of stand mixer and beat on medium-high to high speed for two minutes.

  • Add powdered sugar, honey, cinnamon, and salt, and beat for two minutes more.

  • Transfer to a jar or container. This is best served at room temperature. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 3 days or refrigerate for up to 1 month. Bring to room temperature before serving again.

Notes

from a farmgirl’s dabbles

Nutrition Information:

Serving: 1 Calories: 70kcal Carbohydrates: 5g Fat: 6g Saturated Fat: 4g Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g Cholesterol: 15mg Sodium: 18mg Sugar: 5g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated by Spoonacular. I am not a nutritionist and cannot guarantee accuracy. If your health depends on nutrition information, please calculate again with your own favorite calculator.

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© Brenda | A Farmgirl’s Dabbles

Cuisine: American

Course: Condiments & Seasonings

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This post was originally published in 2010, and then updated in 2020.

A Cinnamon Honey Butter recipe that's whipped until light and fluffy! (2024)

FAQs

How do you mix honey and cinnamon? ›

How To Use: You can mix equal parts of honey and cinnamon powder till you get a paste. Spread this paste on your toast or mix it in your juice. How To Use: Mix two teaspoons of cinnamon and one teaspoon of honey with a glass of warm water. Consume it once a day.

Can you use whipped butter in place of butter? ›

Because the air content increases the volume of whipped butter, whipped butter cannot be substituted by volume into recipes calling for stick butter. However, whipped butter can be substituted into recipes on an equal weight basis.

Can you whip your own butter? ›

After the butter has softened to room temperature, put it in a small mixing bowl. Add either milk or water. Whip with a hand mixer on low speed for 1 to 2 minutes. Increase the speed to high speed, and mix for an additional 2 to 4 minutes until the butter is light and creamy.

How much whipped butter equals 1 stick? ›

Adding air increases the volume of the butter, not the weight. In other words, a 4-ounce stick of butter measures 1/2 cup in volume, and 4 ounces of whipped butter measures 1 cup.

How much honey and cinnamon should you mix together? ›

ingredients
  1. 4 tablespoons raw honey.
  2. 2 tablespoons cinnamon.
  3. 3 cups water.

What does cinnamon and honey do to your body? ›

Individually, both honey and cinnamon may lower risks of developing heart disease. Honey has been shown to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels by 6%, triglyceride levels by 11%, and potentially boost HDL (good) cholesterol levels. Cinnamon, in turn, has been shown to reduce total cholesterol levels.

Why is my whipped body butter not fluffy? ›

The fat blend is too soft and can't hold air in it.

If it's so soft that it tends towards liquid, you won't be able to whip any air into it. If your body butter liquifies in the bottom of the bowl from the get-go, you need to increase the percentage of solid ingredients and reduce the percentage of liquid ingredients.

Is whipped butter the same as light butter? ›

Whipped Butter is regular butter with nitrogen gas whipped into it. This process creates a higher-volume, lighter butter that is easier to spread at colder temperatures.

Which heavy whipping cream is best for making butter? ›

Any brand will do. You need the higher fat content. Heavy cream is approximately 40% butterfat and 60% milk solids and water. The best option would be fresh, raw cream from pastured Jersey cows.

How do you know when butter is whipped enough? ›

If your butter is just right

The mixture is lightened in color, it's visibly fluffy, and it's not clinging to the sides of the bowl.

What happens if you whip butter too long? ›

If you overmix, the butter will separate out of the mixture and it will be grainy and soupy. Be sure to stop once your butter becomes light and fluffy.

How do you make butter fluffy without a mixer? ›

Cut softened butter into thin pieces, then use a fork to mix ingredients into a paste. Next, use a spatula or wooden spoon to stir the mixture vigorously, folding ingredients together for about 10 minutes until you achieve a pale yellow color and creamy consistency.

How much butter does 2 cups of whipping cream make? ›

Just for reference, 2 cups of cream will make 1 stick of butter (100 grams, 3 1/2 ounces, or 1/2 cup). You'll also get about 1 cup of buttermilk. To take your butter a step further, you can make it into compound butter or whipped butter.

Is whipped butter better than stick butter? ›

Nutrition of Whipped Butter

That is 30 fewer calories and 3 fewer grams of saturated fat, which can be helpful if you are trying to reduce your intake. That said, whipped butter might not perform as well in baked goods as regular butter, since it contains more air.

Why is whipped butter better? ›

The air makes it less dense so a tablespoon of it has about 30-50% less calories and saturated fat than regular butter does.

How do you dissolve cinnamon in honey? ›

Directions
  1. Pour 1 cup of honey into a saucepan and add the cinnamon sticks.
  2. Push the cinnamon sticks down with a spoon to submerge them in the honey.
  3. Let the mixture warm up for 10 minutes on low heat.
  4. Remove from the stove and let the infused honey sit from 2 hours to 2 weeks.
  5. Store in a glass jar.

How much honey and cinnamon should I take daily for weight loss? ›

While the jury's still out when it comes to weight loss, a daily dose of the mix — one teaspoon of honey and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon in a cup of green tea or drizzled over a banana — will at least taste good. Check out some evidence-backed tips for fast weight loss here.

How much honey and cinnamon should I take daily? ›

As far as recommended daily dosages of either one, experts recommend consuming no more than a tablespoon of honey or one-quarter to about 1.25 teaspoons of cassia daily (there are no human studies available yet for optimal dosing with Ceylon cinnamon).

What is the best time to drink cinnamon and honey? ›

The best time to drink these detoxifying beverages is early in the morning when you are on an empty stomach. Why? Right after you wake up, your energy levels are low, you may be feeling lethargic and hungry.

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