Tesco Jam Doughnuts Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... was definitely the dough, it just wasn't jammy or sugary enough. Too often though Tescos don't cook the dough long enough ... more
by - written on 09/09/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
One day last week I found myself in a jam. Jam, geddit? If you think that was bad wait till my cheese and 'pickle' sandwich review! Se if I get in a 'pickle' with that! Anyhows I think that's enough! I was indeed in Tescos, just popping in to get a sandwich and of course these were put right next to the entrance and tempting me with a '2 for 1 pound' offer. I cant resist a bargain. I consider myself to know a bit about supermarket doughnuts, Sainsburys are the best, with Asda the worse, in between are plonked Tescos I did sit in the car to much my doughnut, taking it out the bag I was a little disappointed at the lack of sugar. Someone was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I have a very sweet tooth and love nothing more than indulging in a good pudding, cake or chocolate bar but as much as I like fancy expensive desserts I also love the humble jam doughnut too. On a recent trip to my local large Tesco store I could smell the fresh baked smell of the doughnuts wafting through the shop and this instantly started my cravings off. After picking up the shopping I needed I headed for the bakery section, where I knew exactly what I wanted a jam doughnut. I have never been a fan of ring doughnuts as they are just quite bland and I get bored of eating them half way through. The Tesco jam doughnut as with all doughnuts is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
I love a jam doughnut every now and again. Every so often I have an extra sweet craving which only a jam doughnut can fill! This craving happened to occur on Sunday when I was doing my weekly shop. The jam doughnuts come in a red packet with a small clear plastic hole so that you can see the doughnuts inside, which do look very good. There are the words 'a doughnut monster' on the front, with the clear plastic hole being given arms legs and eyes to look presumably like a doughnut monster! The packaging doesnt contain any nutritional information, which I'm quite happy about! You can find the jam doughnuts by the instore bakery and a packet of five doughnuts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 198 readings)
I love sweet food as all of you who read my reviews will know, and I nattered my wife to buy some of these for my packed lunch and some for a snack. They are delicious and very sweet, they are a decent size of about 4 inches or so, and they are all around the same size, and each one is covered in sugar and inside the dough there is a small amount of jam, and when it is eaten, sometimes the jam comes out and becomes a little bit messy over the mouth, well it does on my mouth lol. My wife sometimes says do I need a babies bib at times. For 5 they normally only cost £1 and they come in a nice bag, and my wife bought 2 bags for £1 on offer and so my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Okay let's get the specifics shall we? We got a pack of 5 of these on the 2 for £1 deal in tesco alongside a pack of 5 chocolate doughnuts. I fancied something abit different and i adore doughnuts and hadn't had them in a while. Each serving contains around (as per the tesco website): 205 calories 9g Sugar 7g Fat 3g Saturates 0.6g Salt Nutritional information from the tesco website (wait you're telling me a doughnut can actually be nutritious? Cool!!!) Typical Values 100g (3½oz) provide Per Doughnut Energy 1285kJ (305kcal) 860kJ (205kcal) Protein 5.4g 3.6g Carbohydrate 47.6g 31.9g Sugars 12.7g ... Read the complete review
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