How many calories are in 1 tbsp of dried vegetable mixture

22Calories

Per Serving

Number of Calories: Based on 1 tbsp serving

  • Calories: 22
  • Fat: 0.64g
  • Carbs: 3.38g
  • Protein: 1.2g

Nutritional Value and Information

  • How many calories are in 1 serving?

    22 calories (22 kcal) are in 1 tbsp - it is the same (calorie-wise) to 1.89 oz. baby carrots (raw), 78.57 g of kale (cooked), and 110.0 g of green peppers (raw).

    Overall Score

    Low

  • How much cholesterol are in 1 serving?

    With a cholesterol/calorie ratio of 0%, this item has a minute level of cholesterol (it has the same degree as foods like vinegar, okra and waffles). 0% of your daily limit of cholesterol will be achieved by this specific serving size. This specific food has a trivial quantity of cholesterol compared to foods in the same food group. Here, just 0 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower cholesterol percentage. Similarly, just 0 percent of all foods we analyzed have a lower cholesterol/calories ratio.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Italian San Marzano Tomatoes (Central Market), Country Cabbage Soup, Fresh Asparagus (Perkins Restaurant)

  • How much saturated fat are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has the same quantity of saturated fat as foods like grapefruit juice, ham and potato salad with a saturated fat/calorie ratio of 3.44%, which is a fair amount. Compared to foods in the same food group, this specific food has a high quantity of saturated fat. Here, almost 18 percent of foods in this food group have a greater saturated fat ratio. Yet, this specific food has less saturated fat than about 66% of all foods in our system.

    Overall Score

    Moderate

    Alternatives: Mushrooms (Pepperjax Grill), Carrots A la Parisienne (Europe's Best), Roasted Seaweed Snack Packs (Trader Joe's)

  • How much sodium are in 1 serving?

    This food has a average degree of sodium compared to foods in the same food group. Here, nearly 55 percent of foods in this food group have a greater sodium ratio. In the same way, almost 46 percent of all foods in our entire database have a lower ratio of sodium to calories. 31 milligrams is 1.29% of your daily limit for most individuals. Containing 704.55 milligrams for every 500 calories, this food has a reasonable level of sodium (it has the same amt as foods like carrot cake, tortillas and hamburgers).

    Overall Score

    Moderate

    Alternatives: Extra Fine Green Beans (Happy Harvest), Veggies Add-Ons (Regular Bowl) (Tokyo Joe's), Frozen Cut Italian Green Beans (Kroger)

  • How many carbs are in 1 serving?

    3.38 grams is 1.13% of your daily recommended consumption for a healthy individual. Having an above average degree of carbs with a carbs/calorie ratio of 61.45%, it has the same quantity as whole wheat bagels, polenta and sprouted breads. This food has a fair quantity of carbs compared to foods in the same food group (vegetables). In this case, within its own food group, this food has less carbs than about 67 percent of other foods. Likewise, roughly 39 percent of all foods in our entire database have a greater carbs ratio.

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Black Olives (Souper Salad), Stuffed Manzanilla Olives (Pompeian), Martini Olives Bathed in Vermouth with Lemon Peel (The Silver Palate)

  • How much protein are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has a great quantity of protein compared to foods in its food group. In this case, roughly 68 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower protein percentage. Similarly, almost 28 percent of all foods among all food groups have a greater ratio of protein to calories. 2.4% of your daily recommended limit will be met by this specific serving size. At 10.91 g per 200 calories, this food has a fine level of protein (it has the same degree as foods like pasta sauce, alcohol and coleslaw).

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Broccoli & Carrots (Eat Smart), Brussels Sprouts (Tanimura & Antle), Edamame Soybeans in Pod (Welpac)

  • How much sugars are in 1 serving?

    With a sugar/calorie ratio of 22.36%, this food has an above average level of sugar (it has the same amt as foods like cereal bars, mustard and trail mix). 1.23 g is 3.08% of your daily recommended consumption for most individuals. About 65% of all foods in our entire system have a lower ratio of sugar to calories. In the same way, this item has a average quantity of sugar compared to foods in the same food group (vegetables). In this case, within its own food group, this item has less sugar than around 54% of other foods.

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Stuffed Green Olives (Jason's Deli), Fresh Cut Whole Leaf Spinach (Del Monte), Calamata Greek Olives (Mezzetta)

  • How much fiber are in 1 serving?

    For a healthy male, 1.2 g is 4.8% of your DRV (Daily Recommended Value). Compared to foods in the same food group (vegetables), this specific food has a good amt of fiber. In this case, roughly 41% of foods in this food group have a greater fiber/calories ratio. In the same way, roughly 95 percent of all foods in our database have a lower ratio of fiber to calories. Having a high amount of fiber with a fiber/calorie ratio of 5.45%, it has the same degree as peppers, collards and fruit cocktail.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Quartered & Marinated Artichoke Hearts (Delallo), Spicy Chicken Chili Relleno (Seasons 52), Stir Fry Vegetables (Trader Joe's)