5 jam, apple, custard doughnuts 35p  @ asda
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5 jam, apple, custard doughnuts 35p @ asda

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Found 7th Sep 2014
pack of 5 apple, jam, custard doughnuts 35p @ asda

I had a pack of 5 for 35p today so please don't edit the post

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50p in my Asda this morning..

Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for you.

Heat added!

Gollywood

Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for … Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for you.Heat added!



so?!

Apple doughnuts. Smaller and more expensive than the others.

Like previously stated^ ^ ^ ^ ^
35p for 2
50p for 5
This needs changed):

sparklehedgehog

so?!



so not a good deal as will make u a lot fatter

It's 35 for 2 not 5.

grfan

so not a good deal as will make u a lot fatter



Most people think this and its not true, just because it has sugar and fat in it, people think your get extra fat, not true, fact, put it this way, you eat either 1500 calories of veg and fruit, or 1500 calories of sugar or fat, your body weight stay the same, eat 3000 calories of veg and fruit, or 3000 calories of sugar and fat, you put on exactly the same amount of weight, its to do with how many calories you consume not what you eat, all to do with portion size and amount of calories you consume, saying that, to much sugar and fat is not good for you.

Great price, and I'd rather eat these than the overpriced krispy kreme rubbish.

shame they're not mixed bags. Sure the supermarkets are missing a trick there.

cold. Morrison's are by far the best

Daytrader

Most people think this and its not true, just because it has sugar and … Most people think this and its not true, just because it has sugar and fat in it, people think your get extra fat, not true, fact, put it this way, you eat either 1500 calories of veg and fruit, or 1500 calories of sugar or fat, your body weight stay the same, eat 3000 calories of veg and fruit, or 3000 calories of sugar and fat, you put on exactly the same amount of weight, its to do with how many calories you consume not what you eat, all to do with portion size and amount of calories you consume, saying that, to much sugar and fat is not good for you.


but your body will get a lot more nutrients from eating the fruit and veg rather than these and less likely to give your self diabities

Banned

Sainburys are the best by far.

deal_seaker

but your body will get a lot more nutrients from eating the fruit and veg … but your body will get a lot more nutrients from eating the fruit and veg rather than these and less likely to give your self diabities



Indeed, its not all about the calorie count.

Still, all things in moderation, nothing wrong with a donought now and then.

Gollywood

Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for … Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for you.Heat added!



Never knew such a thing existed "healthy doughnut".

Gollywood

Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for … Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for you.Heat added!



I think everyone that eats these knows what they're getting themselves in to. It's very obvious these are junk food. They taste good though, everyone has a choice, if you eat these daily then you're likely to have some impact on your health. Occasionally they're unlikely to have any significant effect on health.

Edited by: "Mark43" 7th Sep 2014

deal_seaker

but your body will get a lot more nutrients from eating the fruit and veg … but your body will get a lot more nutrients from eating the fruit and veg rather than these and less likely to give your self diabities



True, thats why i said at the end " saying that, to much sugar and fat is not good for you."

Supersid

Sainburys are the best by far.



Agreed

buttondup

shame they're not mixed bags. Sure the supermarkets are missing a trick … shame they're not mixed bags. Sure the supermarkets are missing a trick there.


asda used to do a mixed bag but quite hard to determine which is which so stopped :-)

Deffo 35p for 5 today at Asda clayton green. They may not be the best donuts out there but for value theyre first class, heat added

A strawberry jam doughnut is one of your 5 a day! Get an Apple/raspberry/blackberry and apricot jam filled versions! That's your 5/5 done!
Infact grab a cider and make it 6! You healthy dawg!

Custard donuts are awesome!

Gollywood

Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for … Far too much sugar & fat in these. Not healthy at all. Very bad for you.Heat added!



Bet you're fun at parties.

sezozzy

asda used to do a mixed bag but quite hard to determine which is which … asda used to do a mixed bag but quite hard to determine which is which so stopped :-)


Ah, game of donut roulette. YOLO...live dangerously, so one bite is not gonna kill you. X)

Love to see Asda release special editions of dozen pack of all sorts like chocolate, marshmallow, candy floss, peanut butter, honey, mango, etc. Variety is the spice of life.

Great price although the last time I bought doughnuts from Asda the Jam they used was just appalling. It was a thin sweet, watery syrup, I'd be very reluctant to call that jam.

5 pack apple are 35. Rest are 50p.

Bob buys 5 donuts. he eats 4.
What does Bob have now?

Diabetes.
Bob has diabetes.

Bob walks home eating a doughnut, his attention on licking the custard from his fingers, Bob gets ran over and dies. Moral of the story, eat all 5 before you set off home, you only live once.

stonkr

Apple doughnuts. Smaller and more expensive than the others.


And make you believe they were the first donuts invented, or at least patented.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 8th Sep 2014

Morrisons have the best donuts by a mile! We all know there not the best and we should eat a bag of carrot sticks, but everything in moderation

The ones in Sainsburys are the best doughnuts I have had (apart from Krispy Kreme) 50p at the moment too.

_Barny

cold. Morrison's are by far the best



Now here's a man who knows his doughnuts

sparklehedgehog

so?!


so?!!! obese people everywhere raking up all d room in supermarket aisles grrr
its like "move out of the way!!"

taking#

Daytrader

Most people think this and its not true, just because it has sugar and … Most people think this and its not true, just because it has sugar and fat in it, people think your get extra fat, not true, fact, put it this way, you eat either 1500 calories of veg and fruit, or 1500 calories of sugar or fat, your body weight stay the same, eat 3000 calories of veg and fruit, or 3000 calories of sugar and fat, you put on exactly the same amount of weight, its to do with how many calories you consume not what you eat, all to do with portion size and amount of calories you consume, saying that, to much sugar and fat is not good for you.

Not preaching but that's not actually true. There's actually a difference in energy availabilty that depends on the chemical complexity of the foods. If you had 1000 calories of a simple carbohydrate such as bread or pasta and 1000 calories of a more complex carbohydrate like horrible wholegrain bread and cereal then you'd put on far more weight stuffing yourself on the lovely white bread. And your body knows this, and that's why you think it's lovely. Of course fats and proteins also work the same. Basically anything you crave probably has high energy availability and is "baaaad for yooooo!".

Calorie counting is a very oversimplified but the message hasn't got out there yet. If you want to know more then press the red button on your keyboard now or google something like "Are all calories equal" or "when is a calorie not a calorie".

Duelling Duck

"when is a calorie not a calorie".


When it's too late and on your hips/bum/thighs/tum*?


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