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Has anyone tried keeping rolls or muffins warm while en route to an
event in winter by putting them in a carrier along with a handwarmer?
Warm or even slightly warm muffins are so much more appetizing than
ones that are refrigerator cold.

Janet

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janet wrote:
Has anyone tried keeping rolls or muffins warm while en route to an
event in winter by putting them in a carrier along with a handwarmer?
Warm or even slightly warm muffins are so much more appetizing than
ones that are refrigerator cold.

Janet



You could always buy a small ceramic tile or use a ceramic trivet,
heated in the oven while the muffins cook. Wrap tile in a clean tea
towel and place in the bottom of the container carrying the muffins.

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*i wonder if you could heat one of those wraps that you use for
strains/sprains and wrap them in that, they stay warm a long while, Lee
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Has anyone tried keeping rolls or muffins warm while en route to an
event in winter by putting them in a carrier along with a handwarmer?
Warm or even slightly warm muffins are so much more appetizing than
ones that are refrigerator cold.

Janet



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Stormmee wrote:
*i wonder if you could heat one of those wraps that you use for
strains/sprains and wrap them in that, they stay warm a long while, Lee
*relurkedelurke
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Has anyone tried keeping rolls or muffins warm while en route to an
event in winter by putting them in a carrier along with a handwarmer?
Warm or even slightly warm muffins are so much more appetizing than
ones that are refrigerator cold.

Janet





While the muffins are baking, heat a ceramic tile (Home Depot or your
local tile store, cheap.)

Place the muffins in a basket or serving dish, wrap with a lean
dishtowel to absorb moisture (so they won't get soggy.) Place in an
insulated picnic cooler with one or more heated tiles, wrapped in
newspaper so they won't melt the interior of the cooler where they
touch.

The tile can also be used on top of a trivet below a casserole dish to
keep it warm at the table.

gloria p


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