The number of calories in Blackberries varies based on its form. While many people prefer consuming blackberries in their raw form some opt for blackberry juice; the calorie content in each of these forms is different from the other.
One cup of raw blackberries contains around 74.9 calories out of which just 5 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal serving of blackberries is 0.56 grams of which the monounsaturated fat content is 0.055 grams, polyunsaturated fat content is 0.32 gram and saturated fat content is 0.02 gram. It also contains some amount of potassium, iron, calcium and certain other essential minerals and vitamins. The total carbohydrate content in one cup of raw blackberries is 18.4 grams, dietary fiber content is 7.6 gram and protein content is 1 gram.
1 oz of raw blackberries contains around 14 calories out of which a mere 0.95 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal serving of blackberries is 0.11 gram. Out of this 0.11 gram around 0.01 gram is monounsaturated fat content, 0.06 gram is polyunsaturated fat content and 0.0038 gram is saturated fat content. The total potassium content in an equal serving of black berries is 52.9 mg, carbohydrate content is 3.4 grams, dietary fiber is 1.4 gram and protein content is 0.19 gram.
One cup of blackberry juice contains around 92.5 calories out of which 13.5 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal serving of blackberry juice is 1.5 grams.
It contains 2.5 mg of sodium content, 425 mg of potassium content, 19.5 grams of carbohydrate content, 0.25 gram of dietary fiber and 0.75 gram of protein. Consuming one fl oz of blackberry juice would mean taking in 11.5 calories out of which 1.7 calories are from fat. The calorie content in blackberry juice varies based on the amount of sugar content added to it.