Who doesn’t love Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup! They are creamy, extremely tasty and come in different sizes from small to medium to large. The whole nation is in love with Reese’s cup. But what a lot of people don’t know is that it is full of carbs and calories and fat content that can make you gain a lot of weight. This is the problem with the problem of obesity, people love to eat but they don’t know how many calories they eat everyday while they are savoring some of the finest and tastiest food products in America. Reese’s cup come in different sizes and flavors and daily intake of these cakes will definitely make you a strong candidate for obesity.
Assuming that the serving amount is one then on that basis Reese Cups have 37.9 calories in all and 19.7 calories from fat.
- Fat: 2.2 grams
- Calorie: 37.9
- Carbs: 3.8 grams
- Protein: 0.72 grams.
From the overall fat there is 0.78 grams of saturated fat, 0.39 grams of polyunsaturated fat and 0.92 grams of monounsaturated fat. Cholesterol is 0.35 milligrams which is round about 0%. Dietary fiber in carbs is 0.22 grams. Sodium is 22.4 grams and potassium and 24.6 grams. This is the overall carb and calorie content in Reese Peanut Butter Cups.
Now let us come to vitamin content. Reese cup contains 1% calcium, 1% phosphorus, 1% vitamin B6, 2% Niacin, 1% Thiamin, 1% vitamin E, 2% copper and 2% magnesium. As you can pretty well see from the vitamin level, Reese cups are extremely low on vitamins. From this it can be concluded that they are not a very healthy source of food or a sweet dish. Make sure you don’t have them on a daily basis that too, too many in number.