Calories in Nuts

Nuts are a great source of protein and healthy fats.

However they must be eaten in moderation due to the density of fat calories.

Where possible nuts should be eaten raw (without salting or oiling). Values listed here are generally for raw nuts (unless specified).

Nut Calories and Macro-Nutrients

Nut Serving Calories Kilojoules Carbs
(g)
Protein
(g)
Fat
(g)

Almonds

raw, unblanched, 1/2 cup, 2.5oz 410 1715 14.0 15.1 35.9
Brazil nuts 1/2 cup, shelled (16 kernels), 2.5oz 401 1677 8.7 10.2 47.1
Cashews 1/2 cup dry-roasted, 2.4oz 390 1631 22.2 10.4 31.5
Chestnuts 15-18 nuts, 2.5oz 139 581 31.4 1.1 0.9
Coconut meat 1/2 medium coconut (4.5" diameter, 7 oz) 704 2943 30.2 6.6 66.7
Hazelnuts (filberts) 1/2 cup shelled, 2.5oz 446 1864 11.9 10.6 43.2
Macadamia nuts 1/2 cup, 2.3oz 467 1951 9.0 5.1 49.3
Peanuts 1/2 cup raw, 2.5oz 403 1683 11.4 18.3 34.9
Pecans 1/2 cup, halves, 2.4oz 373 1560 7.5 4.9 38.9
Pistachios 1/2 cup shelled, 2oz 317 1327 16.0 11.7 25.3
Walnuts (English) 42 halves, 2.5oz 464 1940 9.7 10.8 46.3

Peanut Butter and Almond Butter Calories

Nut Serving Calories Kilojoules Carbs
(g)
Protein
(g)
Fat
(g)

Peanut Butter (smooth, no added salt)

1 Tbsp 95 396 3.1 4.0 8.2
Peanut Butter (smooth, no added salt) 1/2 cup 765 3197 24.8 32.5 65.8
Almond Butter 1 Tbsp 89 370 3.0 2.1 8.3
Almond Butter 1/2 cup 791 3306 26.5 18.8 73.8

 

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