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5pk Jam or Custard Donuts 50p @ Asda

£0.50 @ Asda
ASDA Baker's Selection Jam or Custard Donuts 50p for a 5pk. https://groceries.asda.com/product/sweet-treats/asda-bakers-selection-jam-donuts/1000000469338 https://groceries.asda.com/product/sweet-tre… Read More
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1 Like #1
Must try these, normally buy the Morrisons Donuts because I like their Apple Version, same prices so must be the start of Donut Wars!
1 Like #2
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #3
no deal. they are at most 55p all year and are one of the worst supermarket doughnuts you can buy. they dont make them instore, they are small, dense and never have any sugar on them. spend an extra 15p and get sainsburys, which are made instore (fresher, lighter, properly sugared). At a push get Morrisons, again made instore but they coat icing sugar and in so doing ruin the 'nut - no crunch. Tesco are better than asda too, and they also ship theirs in. So dont waste your 50p, go to any other supermarket than asda.
1 Like #4
And as we are in Great Britain, it is Doughnut, not Donut.
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swoosh007
And as we are in Great Britain, it is Doughnut, not Donut.
Tell Asda not me ! Thanks ..... Although being a subsidiary of the American retail company Walmart it's no surprise, so let them spell it how they like (_;)


ps It's can't not cant http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tassimo-suchard-5-x-16-drinks-17-20-delivered-amazon-de-2454543

Edited By: rejector1 on Oct 27, 2016 15:08: Doh .............................................
2 Likes #6
swoosh007
And as we are in Great Britain, it is Doughnut, not Donut.

oO
#7
swoosh007
no deal. they are at most 55p all year and are one of the worst supermarket doughnuts you can buy. they dont make them instore, they are small, dense and never have any sugar on them. spend an extra 15p and get sainsburys, which are made instore (fresher, lighter, properly sugared). At a push get Morrisons, again made instore but they coat icing sugar and in so doing ruin the 'nut - no crunch. Tesco are better than asda too, and they also ship theirs in. So dont waste your 50p, go to any other supermarket than asda.


i agree about getting sainsburys but not morrisons. they are the worst thing I have ever put in my mouth!
1 Like #8
TiinaLouiise
swoosh007
no deal. they are at most 55p all year and are one of the worst supermarket doughnuts you can buy. they dont make them instore, they are small, dense and never have any sugar on them. spend an extra 15p and get sainsburys, which are made instore (fresher, lighter, properly sugared). At a push get Morrisons, again made instore but they coat icing sugar and in so doing ruin the 'nut - no crunch. Tesco are better than asda too, and they also ship theirs in. So dont waste your 50p, go to any other supermarket than asda.
i agree about getting sainsburys but not morrisons. they are the worst thing I have ever put in my mouth!
Isn't this dependent on the bakery in the particular branch? The equivalents from Sainsbury near me taste of vegetable oil, whilst Morrisons do seem to have more filling.
#9
swoosh007
no deal. they are at most 55p all year and are one of the worst supermarket doughnuts you can buy. they dont make them instore, they are small, dense and never have any sugar on them. spend an extra 15p and get sainsburys, which are made instore (fresher, lighter, properly sugared). At a push get Morrisons, again made instore but they coat icing sugar and in so doing ruin the 'nut - no crunch. Tesco are better than asda too, and they also ship theirs in. So dont waste your 50p, go to any other supermarket than asda.

don't agree about the tesco's ones. Tried their donuts a few times in different occasions. A few of them has no fillings in, totally rip off!
#10
Morrisons have the best donuts mmmm
#11
lidl have the best jam donuts 19p each but light, fluffy and often double filled
#12
Asda donuts come into store frozen that's why they are doughy and have no sugar on them. Have to agree with the last poster Lidl are the best.
#13
Welcome to the diabetes and obesity club. Doughnuts are the worst junk food. American invention I guess.
#14
rejector1
swoosh007
And as we are in Great Britain, it is Doughnut, not Donut.
Tell Asda not me ! Thanks ..... Although being a subsidiary of the American retail company Walmart it's no surprise, so let them spell it how they like (_;)


ps It's can't not cant http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tassimo-suchard-5-x-16-drinks-17-20-delivered-amazon-de-2454543


and I have gone a full 5 months with that missing apostrophe.
#15
sybiriya
lidl have the best jam donuts 19p each but light, fluffy and often double filled
NO! They're almost healthy in comparison to a real doughnut. They're light, fluffy, and don't feel like they've got so much lard in them that they'd drag you down with them into a river made of your own despair. Awful things. I want doughnuts to delight and then lead to a greasy malaise that reminds us of childhood summer holidays before daddy left.

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