Cost of 1 dozen donuts?


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2011-05-09 18:32:33
2011-05-09 18:32:33

It depends on the place. Dunken Donuts is 2.00 bucks. Dunken Donuts is the cheapest. :)

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1 dozen doughnuts today will cost $6.49

This depends on where you are shopping.

Go to the baker and ask!

They are about 8 dollars for a dozen and 5 dollars for 1/2 dozen.

Since there are 12 units in a dozen, at 12 cents ($0.12) per dozen, a donut costs one cent ($0.01). So, 100 donuts would cost $1.00. I'd like to know what shop sells donuts that cheaply.

This depends on which store you shop at.

in bennington vermont it's $5.99 that includes tax

I will ask my grandmother and will get back to you. LOL.

It depends on the place where your buying the donuts! For example, if your going to Dunkin Donuts, or Wegmans then it would be 2 whole different prices!!

12 donuts for 4.20 = 2 6/7 = 2.8571 donuts (approx) for 1.00

Baker's Dozen Donuts was created in 1978.

A dozen is 12. For an example a dozen donuts

In Toronto where I was living it was 6.60 Cad dollars

A dozen is approximately $6 plus tax a single doughnut is 80 cents

Well if you were to make donuts it would most likely after adding the cost of milk,eggs,flour,sugar,ext. it would cost about 8 to 10 dollars. personly I think you would be better off just buying a dozen at dunkin donuts of krispy cream. PS: French donuts are te best! Look up the recipe

It depends on where you buy them, not only the store, but the city. Also, different varieties of donuts can change the price as well. About 5 dollars is the normal price for a dozen at several cheaper places, but some of the more expensive might charge 8, 10, or even more for one dozen.

12 is a dozen of anything dogs or donuts.

For plain donuts, it's usually around $3.49 plus tax. 1 dozen = 12 1/2 dozen = 6

A sugared donut would cost 49 cents per dozen in 1963

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