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tim hortons donuts cost

Hi Anyone know how much a dozen or half-dozen nutella donuts costs?

Last time I bought one it rang up as a 'premium donut' which was 1.50 or so.
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GO somewhere worth buying donuts from
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My local TH was only selling them individually, $1.49 plus tax. They're sold out for now. Must be a hot item!
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Donuts from Tims? A donut should be a treat - therefore go to a specialty don't store and get yourself a freshly baked REAL donut. None of that frozen crap Tims sells.

Just disgusting.
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HumansOfToronto wrote: Donuts from Tims? A donut should be a treat - therefore go to a specialty don't store and get yourself a freshly baked REAL donut. None of that frozen crap Tims sells.

Just disgusting.
Donuts aren't baked, mr donut connoisseur, sir.
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Awjvail wrote: Donuts aren't baked, mr donut connoisseur, sir.
Good catch. I know they're fried. Trust me, there are great places to grab a donut in Toronto and Tims ain't it.
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Tim's donuts do not taste anything like the handmade sugar-coated donuts our grandparents used to make
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any gourmet donut shops in scarborough?
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unknown1 wrote: Hi Anyone know how much a dozen or half-dozen nutella donuts costs?

Last time I bought one it rang up as a 'premium donut' which was 1.50 or so.
Nutella are premium, so $1.50 is about right. Otherwise regular doughnuts are 99c.
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any real donut shops in downtown Toronto?
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HumansOfToronto wrote: Donuts from Tims? A donut should be a treat - therefore go to a specialty don't store and get yourself a freshly baked REAL donut. None of that frozen crap Tims sells.

Just disgusting.
The Boston creme tastes great. The Premium ones might also be okay, but other TH donuts fail.
Sounds like you're just upset with the way they do business rather than actually eating one.
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thesk8man wrote: any real donut shops in downtown Toronto?
How much are you willing to pay?? If you do mean real donut shop, there's this place on College street: http://jellymoderndoughnuts.com/

I'd rather save some money and go to Krispe Kreme though. Great donuts there!
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playnicee1 wrote: The Boston creme tastes great. The Premium ones might also be okay, but other TH donuts fail.
Sounds like you're just upset with the way they do business rather than actually eating one.
I don't mind their business Ro be honest. I just would rather use up the empty calories on a better donut.
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HumansOfToronto wrote: I don't mind their business Ro be honest. I just would rather use up the empty calories on a better donut.
Yup. But their Boston creme and their Maple creme are not bad. Then again, Krispe Kreme has better ones for a similar price, so my point remains rather moot.
I was grossed out by the Krispe Kreme coffee though, so I tend to stick with TH.
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Awjvail wrote: Donuts aren't baked, mr donut connoisseur, sir.
Donuts aren't fried, frozen, shipped, thawed, baked, mr donut connoisseur, sir.
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Cas77 wrote: Donuts aren't fried, frozen, shipped, thawed, baked, mr donut connoisseur, sir.
damn, really?
I thought they bake/fried at each tim store, not premade at the factory and re-heated at the store....
good to know

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