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Get one bag of 5 doughnuts (apple, jam or custard) for 65p or 2 bags for 70p.
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banned#1
Just 1 bag for me, im on a diet


Edit, better give me the 2, it is nearly christmas:santa:
#2
The price may have shrunk but so have the doughnuts.

Got a bag of these last week, miserable little specimens they were, half the size of only a few years ago.
#3
Custard doughnuts. :w00t:

One is never enough. :giggle:
#4
Same deal going on in Sainsbury's.
#5
mmm...........doughnuts !!!
#6
I wouldn't bother their d-nuts are terrible.As stated above they are tiny and nowhere near as nice as Morrison's are.

Oh and they always seems as if they are stale
#7
Dalkirst
I wouldn't bother their d-nuts are terrible.As stated above they are tiny and nowhere near as nice as Morrison's are.

Oh and they always seems as if they are stale


How much are Morrisons??
#8
Doughnuts at any price are a good deal
#9
sedj
How much are Morrisons??


69p for 5
#10
J400uk
69p for 5


or 2 for £1

i agree morrisons are nicer, got some asda ones earlier, not bad for 70p
#11
craig b
or 2 for £1


I don't quite follow your logic?

I posted 5 for 69p, and you reply 2 for £1?
#12
J400uk
I don't quite follow your logic?

I posted 5 for 69p, and you reply 2 for £1?


Perhaps he means 2 bags?
#13
I agree that ASDA doughnuts taste awful.

Spend that extra 30p and get them from Morrisons instead.

John
#14
I agree, entirely that Asda doughnuts are absolutely appalling. Their dough reminds me of old stale bread. However, what is this fascination ( on this site) with Morrison's? Frankly, the majority of their products are only slightly better than Asda. Their doughnuts atre so so, but nothing to write home about. Sainsbury's on the other hand produce heavenly jam doughnuts! Morrison's are a million miles behind J.Sainsbury and Waitrose, both for quality and overall value for money.

I tried Morrison's last week and wish I hadn't bothered now. The Patterson's shortbread they had on offer, I bought and then after tasting gave the remainder away. They actually tasted like shortcake biscuits from the value range with a hint of soya. One look at the ingredients list confirmed my suspicions. Their grated Mozzarella cheese was awful too (way too much added starch - so wouldn't melt), as was their sliced bread, white muffins, and passata. They don't sell Spanish olive oil (even Asda do that FGS). Any olive oil they do sell is in clear glass bottles, effectively being intoxicated by artificilal light. Their ground coffee range is dire, and they appear to be either more expensive than most other supermarkets on like for like products, or sell horrible cheap brands (like the notorious "Rathbones") just in order to be competitive with other supermarkets. Rathbones bread is massively inferior even compared to Sainsbury's basics sliced bread.

Frankly, I find the Sainsbury's basics range tastes on par, if not better than the brands and Morrisons own label products. However, I will commend the Morrison's (ex Safeway) "The Best" range, but given the high price would rather keep buying from J. Sainsbury.

A good price for doughnuts, but not good quality.
#15
jonboy32
I agree that ASDA doughnuts taste awful.

Spend that extra 30p and get them from Morrisons instead.

John


err, i'd love to spend 30p more and get them from morrisons, but morrisons would have to pay me £5 in petrol first!? :thumbsup:
#16
best doughnuts are from a bakers shop (havent got a crispy kreme nearby), though your paying 60p each.
#17
splatsplatsplat
err, i'd love to spend 30p more and get them from morrisons, but morrisons would have to pay me £5 in petrol first!? :thumbsup:


Well Splat, why not save yourself money and buy 6 x Sainsbury's jam doughnuts, fresh from the counter for just 68p? (17p each | 3ForThePriceOf2).

£5 to get to Morrisons. Goodness, you must live an awful long way away from one of their stores, or drive an incredibly fuel thirsty car. If Morrison's paid me £5.00 to visit the store in our local town I frankly wouldn't bother. I prefer to taste my food.
#18
zappster1966
The price may have shrunk but so have the doughnuts.

Got a bag of these last week, miserable little specimens they were, half the size of only a few years ago.


So does the jam:w00t:
#19
custard doughnuts; yum yum!
#20
Morrisons is 20mins away, sainsburys is at least 30. Tescos/Asda/Coop/Aldi/Lidl all locally - 5 mins. my car does 60mpg btw :thumbsup:

Im off to asda in a sec, custard doughnuts will be in my belly. ETA 2 hours :w00t:
#21
Better than most stores, they are 65 for 5 of a quid for 10. Heat added
#22
It'll be £4 for me on the bus (to morrisons) Takes 9 mins in a car, and one hour on the bus, 2 buses there, and 2 buses back!.

Morrisons donughts are nicer, i think they do custard and cinnamon they are lovely :thumbsup:
#23
Asda-filled? They must be vile, I prefer jam-filled myself.
#24
You are not gonna fudging believe this.

Just come back from Asda.

Bought 1 pack of custard, 1 pack of jam (to keep "them" happy) 2 packs for 70p

bit into my custard doughnut, yummy, soft, fresh, sweet.

bit a little bit more and......




No, not custard, not no custard either.

Whats worse than having no custard in a custard doughnut??













Apple fudging sauce,

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#starts a letter to local MP
#25
splatsplatsplat
You are not gonna fudging believe this.

Just come back from Asda.

Bought 1 pack of custard, 1 pack of jam (to keep "them" happy) 2 packs for 70p

bit into my custard doughnut, yummy, soft, fresh, sweet.

bit a little bit more and......




No, not custard, not no custard either.

Whats worse than having no custard in a custard doughnut??













Apple fudging sauce,

S
O
A
B




#starts a letter to local MP


Good old Asda eh! The custard is the only good thing about their custard doughnuts too.

I used to spend more time at the customer services desk negotiating refunds as a result of mispricing than actually shopping in store.

BTW, my local JS is also approx 30mins away and it costs me around £2.00 for a return journey (@ 71.8mpg). I even get an extra doughnut for 3p as well:-D

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