Honey: Calories and Nutrition Analyse



How many calories in honey?

100g of honey has about 304 calories (kcal).
Calories per: ounce | tablespoon | teaspoon | cup | half cup

To illustrate, tablespoon of honey (22 g) has about 67 calories.

It is about 3% of daily calories intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity (for calculation we assumed 2400 kcal daily intake).

Honey - calories, kcal

Scroll down for details and nutrition tables.

To visualize how much 67 kcal actually is, take in mind that calories amount from tablespoon of honey is similar to calories amount from ie.:

  • 1 apple
  • 0.5 glass of Coca Cola (220 ml glass)
  • 0.5 slice of cheese
  • 0.5 slice of bread
  • 0.5 glass of milk
  • 3.5 cubes of sugar

Take a look at tables below to see details about honey nutrition.

Calories in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category

See all nutrition data of honey on charts.

Calories304kcal/100g(86 kcal/oz)
Protein0.3g/100g(0.1 g/oz)
Carbs Total82.4g/100g(23.4 g/oz)
Fat0g/100g(0 g/oz)

Calories And Nutrition in Tablespoon of Honey (22 G), 100g and Ounce

per 100 gper ouncetablespoon of honey (22 g)
Calories304 86.18 66.9
Carbs Total82.4 g23.36 g18.1 g
Dietary fiber0.2 g< 0.1 g< 0.1 g
Fat0 g0 g0 g
Protein0.3 g< 0.1 g< 0.1 g
Water17.1 g4.85 g3.8 g

honey - vitamins per 100g

  • Vit B2 (riboflavin)0.038 mg
  • Vit B3 (Niacin)0.121 mg
  • Vit B60.024 mg
  • Vit B9 (Folic acid)0.002 mcg
  • Vit C0.5 mg

Energy content of honey

  • 100% CARBS
  • 0% PROTEIN
  • 0% FAT

honey - minerals per 100g

  • Potassium52 mg
  • Phosphorus2 mg
  • Magnessium2 mg
  • Calcium6 mg
  • Sodium4 mg
  • Iron0.42 mg
  • Zink2 mg

How many calories in 1, 2, 3 or 5 honey?

As I wrote before tablespoon of honey (22 g) has 67 calories. It is easy to count that two honey have about 134 calories and three honey have about 201 calories. In table below you can also see calories amount for four and five honey.

  • Tablespoon of honey (22g)67 kcal
  • Teaspoon of honey (7g)21 kcal
  • Cup of honey (340g)1034 kcal
  • Half cup of honey (170g)517 kcal
  • Ounce (oz) of honey86 kcal
  • Half of medium size honey33.5 kcal
  • Small size honey (18g)53.6 kcal
  • Big size honey (29g)87.1 kcal
  • Two medium size honey134 kcal
  • Three medium size honey201 kcal
  • Four medium size honey268 kcal
  • Five medium size honey335 kcal

Protein in honey

Honey has 0.3 g protein per 100g.
When you multiplay this value with weight of tablespoon of honey (22 g) you can see that you will get about 0.1 g of protein.

Carbs in honey

Honey has 82.4 g carbohydrates per 100g.
In the same way as for protein we can calculate that tablespoon of honey (22 g) has about 18.1 g of carbs.

Fat in honey

0 g of fat - honey has no fat.

Honey - caloies, wieght

tablespoon of honey (22 g) has:

67kcalFor burning these calories you have to:
Bike10 min.Bike
Horse ride12 min.Horse ride
Play tennis7 min.Tennis
Run7 min.Run
Swim8 min.Swim

Interesting charts - compare honey with other Sugars and sweeteners

When you look at charts below you will see how honey looks like in comparsion to other products from its category. When you click on selected product you will se detailed comparsion.

Fiber in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Iron in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Magnesium in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Potassium in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Sodium in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Sugar in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Vitamin B2 in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Water in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Carbohydrates in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Calories in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Calcium in Honey Based On Sugars And Sweeteners Category
Marcin Piotrowicz
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Marcin Piotrowicz

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Healthy diet and healthy lifestyle promoter

All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.

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