Texas Roadhouse Rolls are even better made from your very own kitchen. Avoid the crowds and keep the baskets of rolls coming with this recipe!
IMITATION IS THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY
There is a Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse about a ten-minute drive from my doorstep. I’ll pack the entire family in my car to there and get one thing, and one thing only. The rolls!
Oh, my goodness, they are so good! Especially when they are warm, soft, and covered in their Cinnamon Honey Butter. If you’ve never tried them, no need to make reservations. I’ve got you covered with my Texas Roadhouse Rolls recipe. These are better than any steakhouse because they’re made with love from your own kitchen.
THE SWEET AND CREAMY STAR OF THE SHOW
Yes, this roll recipe makes one of the best dinner rolls that you’ll ever serve at your table. I love any excuse to make them because these rolls are vehicles for the cinnamon honey butter. That is truly why these rolls are irresistible! They’re so good you can serve them for an appetizer, side, and dessert. The cinnamon honey butter is super simple to assemble.
· ½ cup of butter – make sure the butter is brought to room temperature before mixing.
· ¼ cup of honey – Any honey bear will do, but I recommend local honey.
· 1/2 tsp of cinnamon – the perfect hint of spice.
Mix and chill in the fridge before serving. You’ll be scraping the bottom of the bowl with a roll to get the last bit of this delicious butter.
DO I NEED A RESTAURANT KITCHEN TO BAKE THE ROLLS?
The best part of this recipe is that you don’t have to leave your home to enjoy a fantastic restaurant style recipe. No need for any industrial ovens or mixers either. Everything you have in your kitchen will work just fine. The recipe yields 24 rolls, so unless you need to feed an entire restaurant full of people, this recipe is the perfect amount. These rolls are so fluffy and delicious, especially with the cinnamon honey butter. You’ll be reaching over the top of one another to make sure you grab the last one.
ENJOY THIS RECIPE? HERE ARE A FEW MORE OF MY FAVORITE ROLLS TO SHARE WITH THE FAMILY!
Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Rolls – Buttermilk biscuits baked with garlic, herbs, and plenty of melted cheese.
French Bread Rolls – A bit of Paris all rolled up into little rolls. These are my go-to rolls for dinners and parties.
Rosemary Rolls – Fluffy and buttery dinner rolls with an herbaceous rosemary infusion.
Garlic Parmesan Breadsticks – Pair your pasta with a homemade breadstick with plenty of butter, garlic, and parmesan cheese.
Texas Roadhouse Rolls and Cinnamon Honey Butter
- 4 teaspoons active dry yeast
- 1/2 cup warm water
- 2 cups whole milk scalded and cooled to lukewarm
- 3 Tablespoons salted butter melted and cooled slightly
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 7 cups all-purpose flour
- 2 large eggs
- 1 ½ teaspoons salt
- Dissolve yeast in warm water in the bowl of a stand mixer. Once yeast has dissolved and proofed, add milk, sugar and 2 cups of flour.Beat thoroughly on medium speed. Let stand until foamy (about 2 minutes). Add melted butter, eggs and salt. Beat well.
- Add in another 5 cups of flour, slowly, to form a soft dough. *NOTE* Do not use more than 7 cups of flour total. The dough will be very soft and somewhat sticky, you may think it needs more flour, but it does not.
- Knead dough on a floured surface, until it is smooth and satiny. ( I kneaded mine in my stand mixer with the dough hooks, for about 4 minutes) If you knead it with your hands, you will need to grease up your hands with some cooking spray and a bit of flour, to help the dough from not sticking to your hands.Once kneaded, place dough into a large, greased bowl. Cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled in size.
- Once dough has risen, remove from bowl and place onto a lightly floured surface. Lightly flour a rolling pin, and roll dough out into a large rectangle, that is a 1/2 inch thick. Carefully handling dough, fold the rectangle in half, to form a smaller, 1 inch thick rectangle. Using a pizza cutter, slice dough into 24 large squares or 48 small squares. Place squares onto greased cookie sheets. Cover, and let rise again, until doubled in size.
- Bake rolls at 350 degrees F. for 16 to 18 minutes, or until lightly golden on top. Remove from oven, and immediately brush tops with butter. Serve rolls with Cinnamon Honey Butter.
- Cinnamon Honey Butter: Mix together 1/2 cup salted butter, 1/4 cup honey and 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon. Store covered in fridge to chill before serving.
40 thoughts on “Texas Roadhouse Rolls and Cinnamon Honey Butter”
I love when copy cat recipes work! These rolls look excellent~
I’m SO excited to try these! I live in Kentucky now and Texas Roadhouse is huge here. I’m not the biggest fan of just mixing honey and butter because of THIS recipe: https://jamiecooksitup.blogspot.com/2009/11/lion-house-honey-butter.html
I’m originally from Utah and the Lion House has THE BEST honey butter ever.
I can hardly wait to try these! I have a lot of good roll recipes, but I think this will be THE one! Thanks 🙂
Holly these look absolutely DELICIOUS!!!! I so wish I could reach through the screen right now and eat like 5 of these with that delicious butter! YUM-MY!
I just love the smell of homemade rolls rising and baking. I’ve never been to a Texas Roadhouse, but these rolls sound really good! 🙂
Carboholic that I am these are KILLING me! These are going on the “must do” list right now!
Those are beautiful rolls! I love making honey butter. I keep it in my fridge almost all of the time.
Holy Moly – I just died and went to heaven!!
woah. The rolls look perfect, but with that cinnamon honey butter? Over the top delish!
Oh my goodness NO WAY! I LOVE these rolls!! I cannot wait to try these! New follower here. Can’t wait to try all your yummy recipes!
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Oh Yeah! Texas Roadhouse’s rolls are basically dessert. SO sweet and tender I almost feel guilty eating them, but I’m sure going to try out this recipe. Thanks!
I’m a major bread-aholic, and these look amazing!
Thanks for posting these recipes. There is no better comfort food than hot rolls, right out of the oven.
Your blog is a wonderful place to visit.
I fricking love rolls! Well, just bread in general, lol. I love that honey butter—probably going to be making that pretty soon!
Those buns look so great! Must be really wonderful served with cinnamon butter.
Yum. These are my fav and the butter. I say no more..delicious.
The cinnamon honey butter looks gratifying, will definitely try these out… they look great and the ingredients are already at home.Love your blog… my first time here.
Very nostalgic for me, Honey Butter was my very first blog post (not as good or as pretty as yours)
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I am SO making these! My family LOVES these rolls!
I love any form of bread and top it with cinnamon butter and life is GREAT!! I make cinnamon butter all the time. It’s an addiction in my house!! YUM
Wait – how did I miss this recipe?!?! Girl, you know I love me some rolls! My thighs are just begging for these little babies. LOL
I just love bread oh and that cinnamon butter is perfect sounding!!
This looks like a great recipe! I love the shape and the easy way to achieve it.
I love Texas Roadhouse rolls. They are so addicting. I can’t wait to try these. I am always looking for a new roll recipe! I linked over to you from This Chick Cooks! Thanks.
Those rolls look amazing. Love the cinnamon butter!
OOh I love their rolls and the cinnamon butter! Thank you for sharing 🙂
Can’t wait to try these! I agree Texas Roadhouse rolls are pretty much the reason we go too!
I am so totally going to make these! I LOVE LOVE their rolls but we don’t have a Texas Roadhouse near us. Thanks for the recipe!
I am so glad I found your recipe for Twix ice cream cake on Pinterest because it means I found your blog! Wow you have the most delicious looking recipes and I can’t wait to try ALL of them!
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My husband just made these rolls and they are DELICIOUS!!!
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Yum Yum Yum I want this now lol. Great blog check out my food blog.
Have a great Day 🙂
Is it okay to do everything BUT bake the rolls the night before? Have the raw rolls in the fridge overnight? Thanks!!
I agree with you on Texas Roadhouse being all about the rolls. I have been craving these since I can’t find a single one in the northeast! Thank you so much for the recipe!
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Can they be frozen after baking? They are in the oven now! I’m excited, but in my excitement I forgot that my husband and I probably can’t eat 24-48 rolls (although I’m sure we will try).
Anonymous- I’ve never tried freezing them, but I would imagine they would be fine to freeze. Let me know how they turn out if you do. Hope you love them as much as we do 🙂
Does this recipe work well if you halve it?
I have made these rolls so much! Everyone loves them and I love that they make so much. Still trying to get them all the same size, though. Can’t seem to ever do that:)
Can you freeze them before baking them?
Kelly, I never have, but I’d imagine you could freeze these just fine before baking. Let them thaw and rise before baking.