Figs may be consumed in fresh raw form, dried form as well as roasted form. These are sweet in taste and quite nutritious. The calorie content in each of these forms differs from the other. Figs are also used to prepare jams. One oz of raw fig contains around 21 calories out of which 0.77 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of raw figs is 0.085 grams out of which 0.017 gram is saturated fat, 0.041 gram is polyunsaturated fat and 0.019 gram is monounsaturated fat. The total sodium content in it is 0.28 mg and potassium content is 65.8 mg. 1 oz of raw fig contains 5.4 grams of carbohydrates, 0.94 gram of dietary fiber and 0.21 gram of proteins.
A small raw fig that weighs around 40 grams contains 30 calories, medium raw fig which weighs approximately 50 grams has 37 calories and a large raw fig that has a net weight of around 67 grams contains 47 calories.
Most people prefer consuming figs in dry form. The calorie content in 100 grams of dried uncooked fig is 249 kcal. The calories in one cup of dried uncooked figs that weigh around 149 grams is 371 kcal and the calorie content in 1 dried and uncooked fig which weighs approximately 8.4 grams is 21 kcal.
Roasted fig is well liked by many. Roasting the figs enhances their taste but takes away some of the nutritional value. The calorie content in roasted figs is also different from the above mentioned forms. One serving of roasted fig contains around 64.6 calories. It contains a total fat content of 0.2 grams out of which 0.1 grams are polyunsaturated fat. The sodium content in an equal quantity of roasted figs is 0.9 mg, potassium content is 153.2 mg, carbohydrate content is 17 grams, dietary fiber is 1.9 grams, sugars 15 grams and proteins 0.5 grams.