List of Vegetables and their Calories

To follow on from yesterday’s post about fruits (List of Fruits and their Calories), here is a list of vegetables and their calories.  Each food item is shown per 100g.  Calorie amounts are approximate and you should use your own judgement.  Please leave a comment if you spot any mistakes or if there are items you’d like me to add.

Per 100g of product

  • Artichoke (cooked) – 47 Kcal
  • Asparagus (boiled) – 24 Kcal
  • Aubergine (cooked) – 15 Kcal
  • Baby corn (boiled) – 24 Kcal
  • Baked beans (tinned) – 78 Kcal
  • Beetroot (boiled) – 44 Kcal
  • Broccoli (raw) – 31 Kcal
  • Broccoli (boiled) – 24 Kcal
  • Brussel sprouts (boiled) – 35 Kcal
  • Butternut squash (boiled) – 39 Kcal
  • Cabbage (boiled) – 15 Kcal
  • Carrot (raw) – 43 Kcal
  • Carrot (boiled) – 22 Kcal
  • Cauliflower (boiled) – 28 Kcal
  • Celeriac (boiled) – 15 Kcal
  • Celery (raw) – 7 Kcal
  • Courgette (raw) – 18 Kcal
  • Cucumber (raw) – 19 Kcal
  • Gherkin (pickled) – 67 Kcal
  • Gourd (cooked) – 17 Kcal
  • Green beans – 24 Kcal
  • Green pepper – 15 Kcal
  • Kale (boiled) – 28 Kcal
  • Leek (boiled) – 21 Kcal
  • Lettuce – 14 Kcal
  • Mushrooms (raw) – 15 Kcal
  • Onion (raw) – 38 Kcal
  • Parsnip (roasted) – 75 Kcal
  • Peas (tinned) – 55 Kcal
  • Potato (baked in skin) – 109 Kcal
  • Potatoes (chipped and baked in Frylight) – 70 Kcal
  • Potato (chipped and fried) – 205 Kcal
  • Potatoes (new, boiled) – 72 Kcal
  • Potatoes (roasted in oil) – 150 Kcal
  • Pumpkin (boiled) – 46 Kcal
  • Radish (raw) – 12 Kcal
  • Red pepper (raw) – 27 Kcal
  • Spinach (raw) – 25 Kcal
  • Spring onion (raw) – 25 Kcal
  • Sweetcorn (tinned) – 86 Kcal
  • Tomatoes (raw) – 18 Kcal
  • Turnip (boiled) – 22 Kcal
  • Yellow pepper (raw) – 27 Kcal
  • Sweet potato (boiled) – 76 Kcal

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Need help preparing vegetables?  Checkout these links:

Celeriac Mash – how to prepare

Butternut Squash – Easy way to prepare

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Slimming World Speed Foods

fruit.jpgAll fruits and vegetables are good for you but these are Speed Foods.  Great for filling you up and helping with your weight loss.

Fruits

apples; apricots

blackberries; blackcurrants

carambola; clementines; cranberries

damsons

gooseberries; grapefruit; guava

lemons; limes; loganberries; loquats

mandarins; melon

nectarine

oranges

papaya; passion fruit; peach; pear; plum; pomelo

raspberries; redcurrants; rhubarb (raw)

satsumas; strawberries

tangerines

ugli fruit

whitecurrants

Vegetables

acorn squash; alfalfa sprouts; amaranth leaves; artichokes; asparagus; aubergine

baby sweetcorn; bamboo shoots; bean sprouts; beetroot; broccoli; brussels sprouts; butternut squash

cabbage; capers; carrots; cauliflower; celeriac; celery; chard; chicory; chillies; chinese leaves; courgettes; cucumber

endive

fennel; french/green beans

garlic; gherkins

kale

leeks; lettuce

mangetout; marrow; mushrooms; mustard & cress

okra; onions

pak choi; peppers; pumpkin

radicchio; radishes; rocket; runner beans

samphire; shallots; spaghetti squash; spinach; spring greens; spring onions; sugar snap peas; swede

tomatoes; turnip

vine leaves

watercress