Definition of Muffin. Meaning of Muffin. Synonyms of Muffin

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Definition of Muffin

Muffin
Muffin Muf"fin, n. [From Muff.] A light, spongy, cylindrical cake, used for breakfast and tea.

Meaning of Muffin from wikipedia

- A muffin is an individually portioned baked product, however the term can refer to one of two distinct items: a part-raised flatbread (like a crumpet)...
- An English muffin is a small, round and flat yeast-leavened sourdough bread which is commonly sliced horizontally, toasted, and buttered. It is often part...
- know the muffin man, The muffin man, the muffin man. Do you know the muffin man, Who lives on Drury Lane? Yes [or "Oh, yes"], I know the muffin man, The...
- A muffin top (also muffin-top) is a slang term typically used to describe a person's body fat that extends horizontally over the edges of the waistline...
- "The Muffin Tops" is the 155th episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 21st episode of the eighth season. It aired on May 8, 1997. In this episode...
- A muffin is a small quick bread, Muffin may also refer to: English muffin, a small yeast-leavened bread Muffin (software), the default window manager and...
- A muffin or cupcake tray is a mold in which muffins or cupcakes are baked. A single cup within a regular muffin tin is 100 millilitres (3.5 US fl oz)[citation...
- Muffin the Mule is a puppet character in a 1946 to 1955 British television programme for children. The animal puppet had been made in 1933 for Hogarth...
- Muffin Break is a franchise business of Foodco which operates small bakery cafe coffee shops throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. As of 2013...
- Muffin rings are metal cookware used for oven-baking or griddle-cooking muffins or English muffins. Muffin rings are circle-shaped objects made of thin...