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Hi. You know those plastic, gel-filled sacks that keep things cold? Usually packed in packages like Hello Fresh or shipments that need to be kept chilled. They also can be warmed up. I use them for keeping casseroles and muffins warm when taking to events. I heat them up in hot / boiling water, wrap them in a dishtowel and place under the dish. Then place the whole thing in an insulated bag if you have one. Works great! You can purchase them on Amazon too. Hope this helps a bit!
Wrap them in double tin foil and then put them in a towel to transport.
You can bake a brick along with the muffins... Put brick into towel and transport along with the muffins.
Put them in a new, clean kitchen towel or hand towel in a bowl or simply rewarm them in the oven when you get to the party
The grocery stosells a cold pack and sells hot packs you microwave if you want to make one make a small pillowcase the size of the pan you will put them in fill with uncooked beans half way then seal it then microwave it holds the heat .put under the muffins
A styrofoam cooler is usually used to keep things cold, but it can also be used to keep things warm. Actually, any cooler would work as well. I hope this helps you. Good luck. p.s. now I'm craving corn muffins.