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Calorie: List of Caloric Content of Foods

Calorie: List of Caloric Content of Foods

Calorie: List of Caloric Content of Foods

by: Arlene Gentallan

What is calorie?

    Calorie is a unit of energy. It has two types; namely: small calorie (cal) and large calorie (kcal, Cal). Small calorie is the energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 °C, while Large calorie is the energy required to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water by 1 °C. ( 1 Cal or 1 kcal = 1000cal)

    Large calorie (kcal, Cal) is the unit of energy measurement used for foods. In simple terms, calories is the amount of energy you get from the food you eat.


Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Apple (Medium size), (182g) 95
Banana (Medium size), (188g) 105
Grape (1 piece), (2.4 g) 2
Grape (1 cup), (92g) 62
Orange (1 fruit 2-5/8" dia), (131g) 62
Stawberry (1 small), (1" dia), (7g) 2
Stawberry (1 cup), (144g) 47

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Beer (1 can), (356g) 154
Wine/td> (1 serving 5 fl oz), (148g) 123
Cola (1 can 12 fl oz), (368g) 138
Powdered milk (1 cup), (128g) 635
Whole milk 3.25% fat (1 cup), (244 g) 148
Non fat milk (1 cup), (100 grams) 83
Milk, 1% fat (1 cup), (244g) 103
Coffee (1 cup plain coffee) 0
Espresso (1 fl oz), (30g) 3
Instant coffee (1 packet), (2g) 2
Instant mocha coffee (1 serving 2tbsp|), (13g) 60
Instant french coffee (1 serving 4 tsp), (13g) 63

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Potato (1 medium sized), (213g) 163
Baked white potatao (1 medium sized), (138g) 130
White bread (1 slice), (25g) 66
Multi-grain bread (1 slice), (26g) 69
Garlic bread (1 slice), (59g) 206
Pita bread (1 oz white unenriched pita), (28.4g) 78
Bagel (1 piece), (98g) 245
Roll (1 piece), (25g) 77
Muffin, plain (1 piece), (57g) 169
Muffin, blueberry (1 piece), (31g) 117
Spaghetti, cooked (1 cup), (140g) 221
Spaghetti (1 cup), (140g) 174
Macaroni, cooked (1 cup elbow shaped), (140g) 221
Macaroni, whole-wheat cooked (1 cup elbow shaped), (140g) 174
White rice (1 cup cooked white long-grain), (158g) 206
White rice (1 cup cooked glutinous), (174g) 169
White rice (1 cup steamed), (132g) 199
Brown rice (1 cup cooked long-grain), (195g) 216
Brown rice (1 cup cooked medium-grain), (195g) 219

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Chicken wings (1 wings bone and skin removed), (21 g) 43
Chicken liver (1 piece, 44g) 76
Roasted chicken leg (1 drumstick bone and skin, 105g) 182
Fried chicken (1 leg), (94g) 196
Pork broiled whole loin (3 oz), (85g) 206
Pork chop, blade, boneless, broiled (1 chop), (131g) 265
Beef rib steak (3 oz), (85g ) 302
Corned beef (1 oz cooked brisket), (85g) 213
Beef (3 oz tenderloin roast), (85 g) 276
Bacon, pan-fried (1 slice), (8g) 43
Bacon, microwaved (1 slice), (9.1g) 43
Yellowfin tuna (1 oz boneless), (28.4g) 31
Sardines, canned in oil (2 sardines), (24g) 50
Egg (1 large raw), (50g) 72
Egg (1 large boiled egg), (50g) 78
Egg (1 large fried egg), (46g) 90
Egg (1 large scrambled), (61g) 91
Egg omelet (1 large), (61g) 94
Quail egg, raw (1 piece), (9g) 14
Egg white, raw (1 large), (33g) 17
Egg yolk, raw ( 1 large), (17g) 55
Hotdog (1 piece), (52g) 151
Ham, boneless & roasted (11% fat) (3 oz regular), (85g) 151
Sausage (1 serving cooked beef sausage), (43g) 142
Sausage, meatless (1 slice), (28g) 72
Balogna (1 slice pork balogna), (23g) 57

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Hamburger, single patty (1 piece), (86g) 254
Hamburger, double patty (1 piece), (120g) 354
French fries, fast food (1 small serving), (71g) 222
French fries, fast food (1 medium serving), (117g) 365
French fries, fast food (1 serving large), (154g) 480
Pizza (1 slice 14" regular crust), (107 g) 285
Potato chips (1 oz), (28.4g) 152
Pretzel, hard salted (1 oz), (28.4g) 108

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Apple pie (1 piece 1/6 of 8" pie), (117g) 277
Milk chocolate (1 miniature bar), (7g) 38
Milk chocolate (1 bar), (1.55 oz), (44g) 235
Chocolate ice cream (3.5 fl oz), (58g) 125
Vanilla ice cream (1/2 cup), (66g) 137
Food preserves like jam and jellies (1tbsp), (20g) 56
Cake (1 piece without frosting), (95g) 352
Butter cookie (1 piece), (5g) 23
Chocolate chip cookie (1 piece medium), (2-1/4" dia), (16g) 78
Peanut butter cookie (1 piece), (3" dia), (20g) 95
Marshmallow (10 miniatures), (7g) 22
Marshmallow (1 cup miniature), (50g) 159
Doughnut with sugar (1 piece medium), (3"dia), (45g) 192
Doughnut with chocolate (1 piece medium), (3"dia), (43g) 195
Doughnut jelly( (1 piece), (3-1/2" x 1-1/2") 289
Doughnut with creme (1 piece), (3-1/2" x 1-1/2"), (85g) 307

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Butter (1 tbsp), (14.2g) 102
Margarine (1tbsp), (14.2g) 102
Peanut butter (2tbsp), (32g) 188
Liverwurst spread (0.25 cup), (55g) 168
Ketchup (1tbsp), (17g) 19
Fish oil (1 tbsp), (13.6g) 123

Food Product Serving Kcal (calorie)
Almond (1 piece), (1.2g) 7
Almond (1 cup sliced), (92g) 529
Cashew (1 oz), (28.4g) 157
Hazelnut (10 nuts), (14g) 88
Hazelnut (1 cup chopped), (155g) 722
Mixed nuts, oil roasted with salt added (1 oz), (28.4g) 172
Mixed nuts, oil roasted with salt added (1 cup), (134g) 813
Peacan (1 oz 19 halves), (28.4g) 196
Peacan (1 cup halves), (99g) 684
Wallnut (1 oz 14 halves), (28.4g) 185
Wallnut (1 cup ground), (80g) 523

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