This three ingredient cinnamon butter is simple but so delicious, it has the perfect balance of sweetness and spice. A hot southern buttermilk biscuit straight out of the oven with this freshly made cinnamon butter on it is just pure heaven in my books. My little obsession with cinnamon can be out of control at times , I even sprinkle it in my coffee. I have bought many brands and many types , Siagon Cinnamon is the best hands down. It is rich and fragrance and really gives anything you make with is a punch of cinnamon flavor. Most grocery stores have some type of brand , it is a little more expensive but try it once and you will be hooked.
I have been making this butter for several years and a small container of it can be found in my fridge at any given time. You are probably wondering what you would use this butter for. Below I will list a few things I enjoy this condiment with. Pretty much anything you put butter.
What does this butter go with?
- Buttermilk Biscuits
- Hot Rolls
- Pancakes-Like my Pumpkin Apple Pancakes
- French Toast
- Smeared on sweet breads like Banana Breads
- Baked Sweet Potatoes
- Oatmeal or any hot cereal
- Steamed Carrots
Let’s Make Cinnamon Butter!
Gather your ingredients : Room Temperature Butter, Brown Sugar , and cinnamon.
Combine the butter, brown sugar and cinnamon in a bowl.
Stir all of the ingredients until combined. Store in a covered container in the fridge.
Smear on anything your heart desires.
- 1/2 cup Salted Butter-Room temperature
- 1 Tablespoon Light Brown Sugar
- 3/4 Teaspoon Cinnamon
- Stir The brown sugar and cinnamon into the butter until blended well
- Store in a covered container in the fridge.
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my grandma used to make this for us to have on our toast after church on Sundays…SO delicious ‘specially’ when it melts a bit…oh my goodness the memories this conjures up
What a sweet memory , thanks for sharing .
what is toost? spell mistake? also another spell mistake or? no store in fridge???
great taste from childhood days though –
First off thanks for the comment!! Marlie since you did not leave a real email and I can’t email you directly I will address your comment here. If you would kindly take the time and read the About me(find it here ) section I never claim to be a writer . I can cook and I am not a great writer, but I get by. I did a quick check and google loves the way this post is written and unfortunately that’s what matters in the blogging world. By the way I looked over this 4 times and had my husband looked over it. I never found the spelling mistake of “Toost” anywhere. Happy cooking , Debbie