1. (culinary) (United States) 
I can never resist my grandmother's blueberry muffins.Nunca puedo resistir las magdalenas de arándanos de mi abuela.
b. el bollo (M) 
Muffins in the United States can be savory but are usually sweet.Los bollos en los Estados Unidos pueden ser salados, pero suelen ser dulces.
2. (culinary) (United Kingdom) 
I prefer my muffins toasted with butter.Prefiero mis tortitas tostadas con mantequilla.
Afternoon tea is best accompanied by a muffin.El té por la tarde lo acompaña mejor un mollete.
1. (teacake) (United Kingdom) 
a. la tortita (F) 
b. la ≃ magdalena (F) (United States) 
muffin [ˈmʌfɪn]
1 (cake) magdalena (f) generalmente con sabor a chocolate o con trocitos de fruta; (generalmente con sabor a chocolate o con trocitos de fruta)
chocolate chip muffins
2 (eaten with butter) (Britain) mollete (m); (US) especie de pan dulce; bollo (m)
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