WHO doesn't like doughnuts?!

To celebrate National Doughnut Week, the Chronicle has teamed up with Warings Bakery to offer FIVE lucky readers a baker's dozen.

A spokesman for Warings said: "Warings Bakery has been involved with National Doughnut Week since its inception in 1991 and we’ll once again be celebrating the week and raising money for The Children’s Trust.

"This year our theme is Alice in Wonderland and we’ve created a range of five fun and colourful doughnuts especially for the week including, The White Rabbit custard doughnut, Cheshire Cat Bubblegum ring doughnut and a very special Eat Me, Drink Me chocolate orange doughnut.

"Best of all raising money couldn’t be easier and more enjoyable. Just purchase any doughnut during the week and we’ll dough-nate 10p to the charity.”

To be in with a chance of winning some free doughnuts, all you have to do is answer this question: The largest doughnut ever made was an American-style jelly doughnut. It was made in Utica, New York, USA on January 21, 1993.

How much did it weigh?

A: 1.7 tons B: 1.1 tons C: 2.3 tons Email your answer and your name and contact number to competitions@berksmedia.co.uk by midnight, Monday, May 8.

(Visit thechildrenstrust.org.uk for the answer).