Pastry Flour: Calories and Nutrition Analyse



How many calories in pastry flour?

100g of pastry flour has about 358 calories (kcal).
Calories per: ounce | tablespoon | cup | half cup

For instance, tablespoon of pastry flour (7 g) has about 25 calories.

It is about 1% of daily calories intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity (for calculation we assumed 2400 kcal daily intake).

Scroll down for details and nutrition tables.

To visualize how much 25 kcal actually is, take in mind that calories amount from tablespoon of pastry flour is similar to calories amount from ie.:

  • 1 cube of sugar

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

Calories in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category

See all nutrition data of pastry flour on charts.

Calories358kcal/100g(101 kcal/oz)
Protein8.8g/100g(2.5 g/oz)
Carbs Total77.2g/100g(21.9 g/oz)
Fat1.6g/100g(0.5 g/oz)

Calories And Nutrition in Tablespoon of Pastry Flour (7 G), 100g and Ounce

per 100 gper ouncetablespoon of pastry flour (7 g)
Calories358 101.49 25.1
Carbs Total77.2 g21.89 g5.4 g
Fat1.64 g0.46 g0.1 g
Protein8.75 g2.48 g0.6 g
Water11.9 g3.37 g0.8 g

pastry flour - vitamins per 100g

  • Vit B1 (Thiamine)0.146 mg
  • Vit B3 (Niacin)0.988 mg
  • Vit B60.065 mg

Energy content of pastry flour

  • 86% CARBS
  • 10% PROTEIN
  • 4% FAT

pastry flour - minerals per 100g

  • Potassium142 mg
  • Magnessium22.4 mg
  • Calcium17 mg
  • Sodium1 mg
  • Iron0.87 mg

How many calories in 1, 2, 3 or 5 pastry flour?

As I wrote before tablespoon of pastry flour (7 g) has 25 calories. It is easy to count that two pastry flour have about 50 calories and three pastry flour have about 75 calories. In table below you can also see calories amount for four and five pastry flour.

  • Tablespoon of pastry flour (7g)25 kcal
  • Cup of pastry flour (120g)430 kcal
  • Half cup of pastry flour (60g)215 kcal
  • Ounce (oz) of pastry flour101 kcal
  • Half of medium size pastry flour12.5 kcal
  • Small size pastry flour (6g)20 kcal
  • Big size pastry flour (9g)32.5 kcal
  • Two medium size pastry flour50 kcal
  • Three medium size pastry flour75 kcal
  • Four medium size pastry flour100 kcal
  • Five medium size pastry flour125 kcal

Protein in pastry flour

Pastry flour has 8.75 g protein per 100g.
When you multiplay this value with weight of tablespoon of pastry flour (7 g) you can see that you will get about 0.6 g of protein.

Carbs in pastry flour

Pastry flour has 77.2 g carbohydrates per 100g.
In the same way as for protein we can calculate that tablespoon of pastry flour (7 g) has about 5.4 g of carbs.

Fat in pastry flour

Pastry flour has 1.64 g fat per 100g.
So it is easy to count that tablespoon of pastry flour (7 g) has about 0.1 g of fat.

tablespoon of pastry flour (7 g) has:

25kcalFor burning these calories you have to:
Bike4 min.Bike
Horse ride5 min.Horse ride
Play tennis2 min.Tennis
Run3 min.Run
Swim3 min.Swim

Interesting charts - compare pastry flour with other grain products

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

Fat in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Iron in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Magnesium in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Potassium in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Protein in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Sodium in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Vitamin B1 in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Vitamin B6 in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Water in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Carbohydrates in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Calories in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Calcium in Pastry Flour Based On Grain Products Category
Marcin Piotrowicz
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Marcin Piotrowicz

calories-info.com creator
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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