How many carbs are in popsicle

27Calories

Per Serving

Number of Calories: Based on 1 serving 1.2 fl oz pop serving

  • Calories: 27
  • Fat: 0.08g
  • Carbs: 6.49g
  • Protein: 0g

Nutritional Value and Information

  • How many calories are in 1 serving?

    27 calories (0 kilojoules) are in 1 serving 1.2 fl oz pop - it is the same (calorie-wise) to 12.0 g of crescent rolls, 0.2 piece sesame bean pastry, and 0.28 square oat bran waffle.

    Overall Score

    Low

  • How many carbs are in 1 serving?

    6.49 g is 2.16% of your recommended limit per day of carbs for a healthy individual. Compared to foods in its food group, this food has a steep amount of carbs. In this case, around 5 percent of foods in this food group have a greater carbs/calories ratio. Likewise, this food has less carbs than almost 7 percent of all foods in our database. Having a steep quantity of carbs with a carbs/calorie ratio of 96.15%, it is around the same quantity as pumpkins, grapes and apple juice.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Sugar Free Orange Gelatin (Great Value), Jell-O Sugar Free Low Calorie Gelatin Snacks - Orange/Lemon-Lime (Jell-O), Sugar Free Gelatin Dessert (Winky Brand)

  • How much fiber are in 1 serving?

    For most men and women, 0 g is 0% of your daily recommended limit. Compared to foods in its food group, this food has a inconsiderable degree of fiber. Here, merely 0% of other foods in this food group have a lower ratio of fiber to calories. In the same way, this item has less fiber than almost 100% of all foods in our entire database. With a fiber/calorie ratio of 0%, this specific food has a miniscule level of fiber (it has the same degree as foods like candies, chocolate milk and croutons).

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Vanilla Light Ice Cream Cups (Eating Right), Mini Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Cookie (Erin Baker's), Sweet Peach & Apricot Newtons 100% Whole Grain Cookies (Nabisco)

  • How much protein are in 1 serving?

    Having a insubstantial amount of protein with a protein/calorie ratio of 0%, it contains the same amt as butter, nectar and gum. Compared to foods in the same food group, this specific food has a inconsiderable quantity of protein. Here, only 0 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower protein/calories percentage. Likewise, almost 100% of all foods in our entire system have a greater protein/calories ratio. 0% of your daily recommended consumption of protein will be filled by this specific serving size.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Sugar Free Lime Gelatin (Jell-O), Pistachio Frozen Yogurt (Yogurtland), Sugar Free Low Calorie Gelatin Snacks (Jell-O)

  • How much sodium are in 1 serving?

    0.17% of your daily recommended limit will be filled by 1 serving. Compared to foods in the same food group (sweets), this specific food has a ordinary degree of sodium. In this case, within its own food group, this specific food has less sodium than roughly 88 percent of other foods. In the same way, at most 12% of all foods among all food groups have a lower sodium/calories percentage. Having a reasonable amt of sodium with a sodium/calorie ratio of 14.81%, it has the same quantity as grape juice, ice cream cones and hemp milk.

    Overall Score

    Modest

    Alternatives: Ice Pop (Fla-Vor-Ice), 75% Cacao Dark Chocolate (Choceur), Black Sesame Dessert (Kawan Food)

  • How much sugars are in 1 serving?

    Compared to foods in the same food group (sweets), this item has a very high quantity of sugar. In this case, within its own food group, this item has less sugar than about 6% of other foods. Similarly, this item has less sugar than almost 8% of all foods we analyzed. 4.81 g is 12.03% of your recommended limit per day of sugar for a healthy person. Having a high amt of sugar with a sugar/calorie ratio of 71.26%, it has the same amt as berries, licorice and oranges.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Sugar Free Peanut Butter Cookies (Murray), Northwest Blackberry Sundae (Burgerville), Sugar Free Creme Chocolate (Dove)