A small donut contains about 6g sugar, 6g fat, and 15g carbohydrates. A bowl of porridge is usually eaten with about 18g of sugar, and half a cup of milk which will give you 6g of fat, and contains 52g carbohydrates. Most people will eat two donuts, so you eat less sugar but more fat if you go for donuts over porridge. Can this be true? I am astonished if it is. Does anyone know?