Mooofins™ are prepared to take Penn State, State College and the world by storm!
Mooofins are delicious quiche-like muffins paired with signature flavors, such as blueberry sausage, maple bacon and bell pepper mushroom. They are the creation of food science majors representing the College of Agricultural Sciences: Megan Woo, a senior from San Francisco; Jared Smith, a senior from Lebanon; Kelsey Rogers, a senior from Howard; Anthony Herdzik, a senior from Rochester, N.Y.; Kenny Vogel, a junior from Topsfield, Mass.; Shaina Melnick, a junior from Mount Joy; and Andrew Elder, a junior from Bellefonte. Mooofins debuted at the American Dairy Science Association meeting in Indianapolis, where they were named the best in the Dairy Research Institute’s New Product Competition.
You can read more about Mooofins here:
- Students’ dairy creation Mooofins wins national competition
- Student concepts give ‘excellent thought starters’ for innovative dairy-based breakfast products
- Penn State students pack a lot of dairy into their ‘Mooofins’
Recently the Mooofin team has reported some unexplained, suspicious activity in and around Penn State: although the recipe for Mooofins has been declared “top secret” and is kept in a vault at Mooofin headquarters, a mysterious figure known only as “The Mooofin Man™” has apparently been surprising and delighting folks with free Mooofins. Who is the Mooofin Man? And what is he up to? Stay tuned…