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Muffins are baked products of different sizes. It can refer to two distinct items, a partially raised bread and a cake like snack. Bread is derived from England or Europe, at least dating back to the early 18th century, while bread originated in North America in the 19th century. Both are common in today's world.

Fast bread muffins (known as "American muffins" or "muffins" for short) originated in the United States in the mid-19th century. In Britain, until the last decades of the 20th century, because of the popularity of coffee shops such as Starbucks, the use of the term to describe the cup-shaped cake or bun head in essence became a common phenomenon. (in the UK, there has been resistance to the term "cake does not apply") They are similar in size and cooking method to cupcakes, with the main difference that cupcakes are often made of paste and often sweetened. Icing (American icing). Muffins have both salty muffins, such as cornmeal and cheese muffins, and sweet varieties, such as blueberry, chocolate chip, lemon or banana flavor. They are usually eaten as breakfast food, often with coffee or tea. Bakeries, doughnuts and some fast food and coffee shops sell fresh muffins. Factory baked muffins are sold in grocery stores and convenience stores, as well as in some coffee shops and cafeterias.

The recipe for fast bread muffins was common in 19th century American recipes. Yeast based muffin recipes, sometimes called "plain muffins" or "wheat muffins" in 19th century American recipes, can be found in many older recipes. In her cookbook at Boston cooking school, Fanny farmer offers two types of muffin recipes, including muffins made from yeast fermented dough and muffins made from fast bread, which are shaped with muffin rings. Farmers say that when baking in an oven, such as a "stove top" baking with yeast dough, is a useful method

Pancakes (known as "British muffins" in the United States and elsewhere, or "muffins" in Britain) were first mentioned in literature in the early 18th century, although the product is undoubtedly older. The word "muffin" is believed to have originated from German muffins.

The product is a flat disc-shaped bread, usually unsweetened British or European bread. These muffins are very popular in the Commonwealth and the United States. Bread muffins are usually toasted for breakfast. They can be served with butter or margarine, and with sweet fillings, such as sauce or honey, or salty fillings (for example, round sausages, boiled eggs, cheese or bacon). Pancakes and muffins are usually eaten as breakfast food.

Pancake muffin is a kind of yeast fermented bread. Usually about 10 cm (4 inches) high and 3.8 cm (1.5 inches). Instead of being baked in an oven, they are cooked in a grill on the stove and flipped from side to side, giving them a typically flat shape, rather than the rounded top seen in rolls or cake muffins. Pancakes are well known to American settlers, but they decline with the advent of crispy pancakes. In 1880, they were reintroduced into the American market by the English American Baker, Samuel Beth Thomas.

Muffin pots and pans are usually metal baking pans with a circular bowl-shaped depression into which muffin batter can be poured. The muffin jar or pan can be lubricated with butter or cooking spray to reduce the problem of batter sticking on the pan. Or, use muffin cups or cartons. Cups or boxes are usually round pieces of paper, aluminum foil or silica gel with scallop shaped edges, making muffins round cup-shaped. They are used in the baking of muffins, so that the bottom of the muffin can is arranged in a row, so that the finished muffins can be easily removed from the tin can. The benefits of cooking are easy to remove and clean, more precise forms, and soft muffins; however, using them can prevent the formation of crusts. Various sizes of muffin boxes are available. Slightly different sizes are considered "standard" in different countries. The bottom of a small chassis is typically 1 to 1.25 inches (25 to 32 mm) in diameter and 0.75 inches (19 mm) in height. Standard size boxes have a bottom diameter of 1.75 to 2 inches (44 to 51 mm) and a height of 1.25 to 1.5 inches (32 to 38 mm). Some super large cases can accommodate cases twice as large as standard cases. Bakers in Australia and Sweden are used to using cartons that are taller and have a larger top diameter than those in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Muffineer was originally a sugar shaker that looked like a large salt cellar with a perforated top for dusting muffins and other sweet cakes. Later, in the 19th century, the term was also used to describe a silver or silver plated muffin dish with a dome and a compartment for hot water to keep the baked English muffins warm before baking.