Free Food Calorie Counter : Fruits and Vegetables

The free food calorie counter list below shows everyday foods with the calorie content in an average portion. The table also lists calorie content in 100 grams for easy comparison with other products which haven't yet been added to the free food counter. The calorie counter is broken down into 5 different parts just like the groups of the balanced diet. The table below lists number of calories in Fruit and vegetables. There is a free food calorie counter for each of the groups.

We want the free food calorie counter to become much larger so if the food you want is not displayed email us and it will be added to this calorie counter.

Fruits & Vegetables Calories per portion size *Calories per 100 grams (3.5 oz) Energy content
Apple4444Low
Banana10765Low
Baked beans17080Low
Beans dried (boiled)180130Low
Blackberries2525Low
Blackcurrant3030Low
Broccoli2732Very low
Cabbage (boiled)1520Low
Carrot (boiled)1625Low
Cauliflower (boiled)2030Low
Celery (boiled)510Low
Cherry3550Low
Courgette820Very low
Cucumber320Very low
Dates100235Med-High
Grapes5562Low
Grapefruit3232Low
Kiwi4050Low
Leek (boiled)1020Low
Lentils (boiled)150100Medium
Lettuce415Very low
Melon1428Low
Mushrooms raw (one average)315Very low
Mushrooms (boiled)1212Very low
Mushrooms (fried)100145High
Orange4030Low
Peas210148Medium
Peas dried & boiled200120Low
Peach3530Low
Pear4538Low
Pepper yellow616Very low
Pineapple4040Low
Plum3039Low
Spinach88Very low
Strawberries (1 average)5,630,6Low
Sweetcorn95130Medium
Sweetcorn on the cob7070Low
Tomato3020Low
Tomato cherry (3 tomates)617Very low
Tomato puree7070Low-Med
Watercress520Very low
Olives5080Low
Onion (boiled)1418Very low
One red Onion4933Low
Onions spring325Low
Onion (fried)86155High

Losing weight is possible with a diet of mostly fruits and vegetables, these foods are low in calories and help fill us up quicker resulting in less calories consumed. It's important to eat at least five portions of different vegetables and fruits each day. This is because fruits and vegetables provide the wide range of Vitamins, Minerals, and Phytochemicals your body needs to maintain good health and energy levels. A high energy level is vital if you wish to lose weight, remember you need to use energy to burn energy!

Portion sizes will vary depending on the type and make of product purchased. Portion size is very often a subjective view and may again vary according to bowl, cup or plate size used.


7 Responses to Free Food Calorie Counter : Fruits and Vegetables

  1. Ann Land says:

    I am trying to find the number of calories in a papaya.
    Thank you.

  2. Preeti says:

    Hi Ann, the number of calories in a cup of diced papaya is 55 and there is 13.7g of carb with 2.5g of dietary fiber.

  3. Nicola says:

    Hi im looking for the content calories, fat, protein, carbs etc of 'Bean Sprouts' (in water) and 'Bamboo Shoots' (in water). Thanks :)

    • ReneeR says:

      Hi Nicola, 2/3 cup of bean sprouts in water contain: 15 calories, 0 g total fat, 50 mg sodium, 3 g total carbohydrates, 1 g fiber, 1 g protein

      1 cup bamboo shoots in water contain: 20 calories, 0 g total fat, 15 mg sodium, 4 g total carbohydrates, 3 g fiber, 1 g protein

  4. Blue Sky says:

    Hi, I am trying to log my vegetable wrap but i dont have a clue how many calories it has!
    It is one whole wheat tortilla, two slices cheddar cheese, three slices tomatoe, two slices tofurkey, and a lowfat garlic herb spread, It doesnt have to be exact at all just a ballpark number so i can log it!
    Thanks!

  5. Franklin Johnson says:

    looking for a calories counter trying to control my carbohydrates. can you help Thanks

  6. Georgina says:

    Hi im trying to work out the different in per portion and per 100g.. I know may sound a little thick but cant work out why the calories double per portion to per 100g when there less than 100g in product... please help xx

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