A pie is the filling of different sweet or salty substances that is baked in various mouth-watering sizes. These are served as desserts or snacks along with the main course. Traditional Peach pie is one of the famous dessert that adds high calories to the body. It varies according to the recipe.
A Peach pie filling weighing up to 85 grams contain 90 calories. Out of these 90 calories, only 2 % of calories come from sodium and 7 % of calories come from carbohydrates. The total sodium content in the same amount of Peach pie is 40 mg, the total carbohydrate content in it is 22 grams and the total amount of sugar availability is 18 grams. It does not contain any fat and is rich in vitamin C.
In another Peach pie, the calorie content in 133 grams contains 320 calories out of which 126 calories come from fat. In this amount 22% of calories come from fat, 15 % of calories come from saturated fat, 18 of calories come from sodium, 16 % of calories come from carbohydrates and 8 % of calories come from dietary fibre.
The total amount of fat content in an equal quantity of peach pie is 14 grams of which the total saturated fat content is 3 grams. The total sodium content in it is 420 mg, carbohydrate in it is 47 grams, the total dietary fibre content in it is 2 grams, sugar content in it is 23 grams and the total content of protein is 3 grams. It also contains 8% of vitamin A and 2 % of iron.
These calories vary according to the amount and the manufacturer. Calorie content in 1/2 pie weighing up to 141.5 grams is 380. Out of these 380 calories, 153 calories come from fat. In this Peach pie, 26 % of calories come from fat, 35 % of calories come from saturated fat 7% of calories are obtained from sodium, 17% of calories come from carbohydrates and 8% of calories are obtained from dietary fibre. It also contains vitamin C and iron.