About this item
- English muffin bread made with fork-splitting technique
- Great for breakfast or for a snack
- Enjoy them at home or on the go
- 18 muffins in a package
Get a delicious addition to any breakfast or snack with Superbuy™ Fork Split English Muffins (18 ct., 36 oz.).
Why Are They Called Fork Split?
Superbuy Fork Split English Muffins are called fork split because they're pre-sliced, allowing you to easily cut open the English muffin breads with your fork. Splitting fork split English muffin breads with a fork helps the muffins better preserve their fluffy holes and textures. It's really as simple as that.
The Origin of the English Muffin
There are now many English muffin brands in the market today, including Superbuy Fork Split English Muffins. However, the English muffin has been around for nearly 200 years. The first known references of the English muffin first appeared in United States newspapers in 1859. But detailed descriptions of English muffin bread were not made until 1870, when published recipes started to circulate. English muffin breads were first made a commercial hit by England immigrant, Samuel Bath Thomas. By 1880 in New York City, Thomas had popularized English muffin bread and the fork-splitting technique. Listed in the dictionary, the English muffin bread is said to have originated in 1902, while a trademark filing in 1926 recognized Thomas was the first to use his name with the product in 1894. Surprisingly, English muffin bread is not really English, while the muffins are sold in markets and bakeries in the United Kingdom, they're mostly referred to solely as "muffins" and not "English muffins." English muffin breads are also sold in Germany and are generally referred to as Toastbrötchen, which means "toast bun." To this day, people enjoy English muffin brands and rely on them for a delicious addition to their breakfast or for a delicious snack.
How Do You Eat English Muffins?
Superbuy Fork Split English Muffins can be consumed in a wide variety of ways. Whether you want to eat them toasted, or fresh out of the bag, you can eat them sandwiched with eggs and bacon or sausage; or you can eat English muffin brands with jelly, jam or peanut butter.