None, however, rival “muffin Top” for sheer absurdity—and genius.
Manhattan is denser than an English muffin, but America is filled with emptiness.
And all of them dwarfed the FDA's dainty definition of a muffin serving (two ounces).
They adored their “Muffie,” as they called her, short for “muffin.”
Ideal Meal: Edamame and pomegranate seeds (wonderful for energy), paired with a whole-grain English muffin.
Mix in order given and bake in muffin tins ten or twenty minutes.
She buttered her third muffin and then glanced happily around the table.
They were sitting in her room with muffin, wistful and devoted, on the rug at Jean's feet.
He smiled lazily at her and took a muffin from a plate handed him by the waiter.
I would no more wish to be born a muffin man than a poet or an Archbishop.
"light, small cake made with eggs," 1703, moofin, possibly from Low German muffen, plural of muffe "small cake;" or somehow connected with Old French moflet "soft, tender" (said of bread). Muffin top in reference to waistline bulge over tight, low jeans is attested by 2005, from resemblance to baked muffins from a tin.
A young girl, esp one's girlfriend (1856+ Canadian)