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cinnamon-honey butter recipe

Cinnamon-Honey Butter Recipe

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This sweet spread is a scrumptious complement to bread, dinner rolls, pancakes, and waffles.

Total time:  07 S
Servings:  28
Calories:  85


  • 1 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1 cup butter softened
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 1 tbsp.
  • Fat: 6g
  • Saturated Fat: 4g
  • Cholesterol: 17mg
  • Sodium: 47mg
  • Carbohydrates: 7g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sugar: 7g
  • Protein: 0g


  1. Add all ingredients to Twister jar in order listed, and place Twister lid on jar. Blend on Speed 3 (or a low speed) for 5–7 seconds while turning Twister lid counter-clockwise.
  2. Serve immediately or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks (if it lasts that long!).
  3. Remove butter from refrigerator and allow to soften before serving.

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  • Barbara, I’ve made cinnamon honey butter before and mine has lasted about a week before it all had gotten eaten. I also use fresh butter, raw honey and no sugar ;)

    Janette Bennett on

  • that is one huge blender jar for one cup of product!

    Jan on

  • Thanks Jeanette. I am only one person and I think I’ll cut the quantity in half.

    Barbara on

  • Why add sugar? Cinnamon-Honey-Butter… DING, DING, DING!

    Dominique Storni on

  • Does this really need sugar????

    Suzana on

  • OMG, you’re right! They actually call for sugar, why??! I like your version.

    No_Slack_Jack on

  • What is it w/ this silly company and all the sugar…Can you say Type 2 diabetes?

    moonlight on

  • The storing for 3 days was before serving it.

    Shawn on

  • Maybe for preserving. IDK…???

    missjewels20 on

  • I made a similar recipe (with no sugar) which called for walnuts. (Better yet, try roasting them!) It was amazing! A very popular Christmas gift in a pretty jar or crock.

    RASolo on

  • I agree. Butter lasts for months if refrigerated, honey never spoils (just crystallizes, which can be reversed by submerging the bottle a pot of hot water for a few minutes), and cinnamon and sugar are also very long lasting…so why would combining them result in something that lasts just three days? I am quite sure it could be saved weeks if not months in the fridge.

    Shazmataz on

  • Crappy web site. Why does the print formatting come out horrible. It’s so easy to develop a print/no-print style in CSS.

    Jeffe on

  • What about Indian Ghee it keeps for extended periods on your counter top as long as you don’t pollute it with other food on your knife. Cinnamon was used as a preservative, and for honey choose Tupelo honey. It keeps until it’s used up and will not turn to sugar, honey is antibacterial.

    robin on

  • Barbara, you can freeze it just fine too! It can last for about a year in the freezer when wrapped tightly!

    Janette Bennett on

  • did you put anything else with the Christmas
    gift besides the butter? Any crackers or bread?

    rap on

  • Hi Suzana. The powdered sugar helps make the butter sweet and keep it soft. Though this butter will harden if placed in the refrigerator. If you are concerned about the sugar content, you can omit it.

    Blendtec on

  • The powdered sugar is to thicken it not to make it sweeter, if they wanted to make it sweeter they would add regular sugar.

    Annie Zee on

  • Does it have to be the twister jar or will the standard wildside jar do?

    Michelle on

  • Can I make this in my wildside jar?

    Gidman on

  • I agree

    walda151 on

  • Yes, you can! However, since the Wildside jar is larger, you may need to increase the amount of ingredients.

    Blendtec on

  • I would think that this could be stored for longer than 3 days. Anyone know?

    Barbara on

  • So i need to wait 3 days to serve it?

    Jamie W on

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