This Magic Muffin is a special wish granting muffin that can grant wishes that are free of Da Rules with one bite. Whenever a godchild has kept his fairy godparents for over a year without revealing their secret, they may get this special gift as a present. According to Jorgen Von Strangle, "only children who have kept their fairies for over a year can be trusted with that kind of gift." Its only downfalls are that they grant rule-free wishes, so adults can use them (demonstrated by the school Muffin Man and Crocker), as well as a non-dominant species (demonstrated by Bippy the Monkey). Also, it tastes horrible. Despite its rule-free wishing ability, you can't wish for it to taste better. It's first and only appearance was in a backstory involving a similar plot to Abra-Catastrophe though only involving Tracy and Tricia. It will make it's MCF appearance however in MCF and the Fairly OddParents. It's role is currently unknown.


Timmy Turner was given this muffin by Cosmo and Wanda on the one year anniversary of meeting his godparents. However, the muffin falls into the hands of the school Muffin Man who wishes for mouthwash after tasting it and he actually gets it. Bippy the Monkey wishes for a world in which apes of all types were the dominant species. Timmy cannot revert the wish because fairies now serve the dominant species on Earth, monkeys. He finally manages to "trick" Bippy (or more specifically, Cosmo) into unwishing the wish. The muffin is used again by Crocker who wishes to catch a fairy, and then catches Wanda and uses her magic to take over the world. In the end, Timmy's mother and father beat the muffin out of Crocker's battle suit. Timmy finishes the muffin and wishes Cosmo and Wanda were his godparents once again.


According to the video game Shadow Showdown, these are the known ingredients.

  • Pixie Sugar
  • Mooncalf Milk
  • Phoenix Egg
  • Super Strong Hair Raising Flour

These items can only be found on the internet.

MCF StoriesEdit

It appears in an upcoming backstory based upon Abra-Catastrophe with Tracy and Tricia recieving the muffin after having Genie and Eden for a whole year. It makes a return in MCF and the Fairly OddParents in an unspecificed role as the authoress wants to keep the story mostly hidden.


  • The Magic Muffin is very similar to the lamp from the 1992 Disney film, Aladdin in which they are both very powerful and can grant any wish that is similar to Genie's magic powers.
  • The muffin briefly appeared again in Wishology, but this time Timmy knows not to risk using it.