How to keep just-baked chocolate chip cookies warm for one-hour delivery

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I'll be baking chocolate chip cookies for a fundraiser. (I will be making from scratch unless deadlines force me to use prepared dough.) I plan on baking about four dozen at a time, then packing them up and delivering them (very small town, all delivered within an hour). What sort of container do I want for all the cookies, and then how should I wrap each dozen? Thanks all!
 
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I would suggest a plastic container, I feel the only problem could be condensation.
You could use something called a hot pan I think it's called. My husband used to be a pizza delivery driver and they used hot pans to keep the pizzas hot until they were delivered.
Maybe look on amazon...
 
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Right before it's time to serve the biscuits, microwave the bag for a minute. Then, line a bowl or basket with a tea towel, put the heated bag in, and pile on the biscuits. Drape a second tea towel on top to keep the heat in and your biscuits should stay warm until people are ready for seconds.
 

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