What 200 Calories Look Like in Different Foods

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Wisegeek recently completed an informative study where they compared what 200 calories looks like for a variety of different foods. The study compared over 70 different types of foods and the findings can be quite surprising. Given that the average adult needs approximately 2000-2500 calories a day, it’s helpful to know exactly how different foods vary in terms of caloric density.


Apples (385 grams / 13.5 oz)



Butter (28 grams / 0.98 oz)



Broccoli (588 grams / 20.7 oz)



Snickers Chocolate Bar (41 grams / 1.45 oz)



Cooked Pasta (145 grams / 5.11 oz)



Hot Dogs (66 grams / 2.33 oz)



Kiwi Fruit (328 grams / 11.6 oz)



Jack in the Box Cheeseburger (75 grams / 2.6 oz)



Eggs (150 grams / 5.3 oz)



Celery (1425 grams / 50.3 oz)



Blackberry Pie (56 grams / 1.97 oz)



Mini Peppers (740 grams / 26.1 oz)



Canned Black Beans (186 grams / 6.56 oz)



Werther’s Originals Candy (50 grams / 1.76 oz)



Glazed Doughnut (52 grams / 1.8 oz)



French Sandwich Roll (72 grams / 2.5 oz)



Avocado (125 grams / 4.4 oz)



Canned Sweet Corn (308 grams / 10.9 oz)



Baby Carrots (570 gram / 20.1 oz)



Canned Green Peas (357 grams / 12.6 oz)



Canned Pork and Beans (186 grams / 6.56 oz)



Doritos (41 grams / 1.44 oz)



Dried Apricots (83 grams / 2.9 oz)