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Bakers Dozen Doughnuts £1 @ Sainsburys
Bakers Dozen Doughnuts £1 @ Sainsburys

Bakers Dozen Doughnuts £1 @ Sainsburys

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oh they back on? haven't seen them since before christmas. amazing nice donuts. i bought a pack once that had 14 in it. was like finding money. with sugar on it.

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Faxy Fowler

Is there a sign that displays this price?



Yup, couldn't get a pic tho didn't have my phone on me.

Faxy Fowler

Is there a sign that displays this price?



I can confirm this one - on sale yesterday.

Can also confirm this... but seriously? Proof, for the sake of a quid?

Just inside the door of my local, weren't great think they weren't fresh that day

Eating one now 13 for a quid.

Dozen != 13!

I remember seeing these for £1 when that BOGOF cookie offer was on at the start of the month

Previously frozen though as most of their bakery products are nowadays, especially the ones on offer

'Bakers Dozen'...........GEAT film !;)

They've been on sale for ages....

Source: Me. Sainsbury's Staff LOL.

meinnit

Dozen != 13!I remember seeing these for £1 when that BOGOF cookie offer … Dozen != 13!I remember seeing these for £1 when that BOGOF cookie offer was on at the start of the month


no, dozen is 12

Honestly... oO

OP says "Bakers Dozen" which is 13.

And != means "not equal to".

rdwarr

Honestly... oOOP says "Bakers Dozen" which is 13. And != means "not … Honestly... oOOP says "Bakers Dozen" which is 13. And != means "not equal to".



Some people eh?

12 doughnuts vs. MBeeching.

We had these in the Sainsbury in Oldbury (Savacentre) and they were tainted with a horrible plastic taste from the packaging. I ended up throwing them away!!

midjet666

We had these in the Sainsbury in Oldbury (Savacentre) and they were … We had these in the Sainsbury in Oldbury (Savacentre) and they were tainted with a horrible plastic taste from the packaging. I ended up throwing them away!!



I doughnut know what to suggest

Seen these quite a few times, been around for awhile. Still, if you get a good batch they're great for £1. Bought a pack before going to the cinema. Came out with 2 left :O They're addictive.

Also -

1. Bakers dozen is a dozen +1 for the baker. So it's 12 to sell and 1 for the baker to have. That's where the term bakers dozen (13) came from.
2. In the 13th century, it was a crime to short change customers. This was met by quite harsh punishment, to avoid this bakers would give out 13 instead of 12 for a dozen to avoid the accidental short change.
3. 13 circular items sit on a rectangler baking tray perfectly. Therefore instead of making 13, selling 12 and keeping 1 (or wasting 1). Or making 12 with a space. They would make and sell 13.

Pick one of the explanations which I found :P (top one my father once told me)

SilentRoss

Seen these quite a few times, been around for awhile. Still, if you get a … Seen these quite a few times, been around for awhile. Still, if you get a good batch they're great for £1. Bought a pack before going to the cinema. Came out with 2 left :O They're addictive.Also - 1. Bakers dozen is a dozen +1 for the baker. So it's 12 to sell and 1 for the baker to have. That's where the term bakers dozen (13) came from.2. In the 13th century, it was a crime to short change customers. This was met by quite harsh punishment, to avoid this bakers would give out 13 instead of 12 for a dozen to avoid the accidental short change.3. 13 circular items sit on a rectangler baking tray perfectly. Therefore instead of making 13, selling 12 and keeping 1 (or wasting 1). Or making 12 with a space. They would make and sell 13.Pick one of the explanations which I found :P (top one my father once told me)


Thanks for the explanation!

My brain says "NO!", but my stomach says "YES! NOM NOM NOM!"
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