5 Pack of Doughnuts 47p @ Morrisons
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5 Pack of Doughnuts 47p @ Morrisons

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Found 11th May 2015
Seems a great price for a pack of 5 doughnuts.

Same price for different flavours, On the shelf I seen raspberry filled, custard filled and sugared ring doughnuts.

Grab them while you can

Offers ends Sunday 24th May 2015...
- KiKai

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Think these used to be 65p & two for £1.

Good price for soft powdered doughnuts. Used to be my favorite out all the selections with Asda, Tesco etc. They use sugar in the doughnut which is horrible. But the powder stuff is nicer.

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kos1c

Think these used to be 65p & two for £1. Good price for soft powdered … Think these used to be 65p & two for £1. Good price for soft powdered doughnuts. Used to be my favorite out all the selections with Asda, Tesco etc. They use sugar in the doughnut which is horrible. But the powder stuff is nicer.


Yes these did used to be 65p / 2 for £1. Still a saving of 6p for two bags is better than nothing

I agree with you on the sugar, I think Morrisons doughnuts are really nice, Very moreish though

powder stuff? you mean caster or castor sugar?

love em when they're fresh, just a shame i have to eat the whole pack before they go stale.. first world problems.

jackthabiskit

powder stuff? you mean caster or castor sugar?



Yeah caster sugar, it's like powder, so I had wrote that, as wasn't sure on it's name.

It's seems nicer with that over grain sugar.

Bought the sugar ring donuts today and there's 6 in a packet.

fyi They don't for part of a calorie controlled diet or are one of your 5-a-day

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kos1c

Yeah caster sugar, it's like powder, so I had wrote that, as wasn't sure … Yeah caster sugar, it's like powder, so I had wrote that, as wasn't sure on it's name.It's seems nicer with that over grain sugar.


Haha reminds me of this,
"Powdereeed sugaaar!"
Edited by: "OllyA95" 11th May 2015

So much nicer and cheaper than the expensive hyped crap that is Krispy Creme.

Hate the soft powder sugar on Morrison's doughnuts .... Sainsbury's make the best jam doughnuts by far, they use proper sugar.

Morrisons use Icing Sugar to coat the doughnuts (I used to make them years ago). This make them the worst. Asda are next because they never seem to have much sugar. Tesco score second place for consistent sugaryness, but the nut itself can be a bit heavy. Sainsburys top the lot. Light, good jam, plenty of crispy sugar and bigger than the others too.

These are by far the best doughnuts out there if you get to morrisons on the day these are baked then you are on to a winner! Moreish and the sugar that they use goes all crystally its niiiiiiice

Morrisons are insanely sickly, seem to remember them being cooked in a way that meant the dough had a slight crisp to it which I really liked. They're tasty enough for you to want to eat more than one at a time but sickly enough to make you wish you really hadn't.

Tesco doughnuts on the other-hand are terrible, they almost never put enough jam in them so they end up horribly dry. Their 'duffins' however are incredible.

Bought a pack yesterday and they were not very nice at all. Dry and tasteless. They always were my favourite supermarket doughnut - perhaps I was unlucky. Have to say Greggs are now my doughnut of choice.

If anyone's interested its national doughnut week so that's why they are 47p for 5.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 13th May 2015

Yum I love doughnuts, cheers OP...

mmmmmm

http://your.morrisons.com/Global/Doughnuts/MORR-71_Doughnut_Page_Cropped_120515_v1.jpg

Original Poster

KiKai

Yum I love doughnuts, cheers OP...


No worries, Everyone loves a good doughnut Cheers for adding the expiry date, Couldn't find this at first but I see they have now updated the website.

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Chanchi32

mmmmmm


Thanks for this

31706569-53ZHb.jpgBought 5 pack jam doughnuts and 5 pack custard filled doughnuts from Morrisons last week. Less than half a teaspoon of filling in both varieties. Absolutely dreadful. I know they were only 50p for five, but honestly, I would rather pay extra for a decent amount of filling. This is not a new issue either. Test, Sainsbury's and Morrisons have all been guilty of this for the past year. Stop it! They're vile and I'm fed up with playing 'hunt the filling'.
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