Wasabi peanuts are quote popular among people who love to have crunchy snacks with their drinks. Wasabi peanuts basically have two major ingredients: peanut and wasabi. The peanuts are either fried or roasted before they are given a coating of wasabi to add extra flavor to them and make them crunchier. They are very popular in many households but they have their fair share of calorie contents. If you are one of those people who love to eat crunchy wasabi peanuts on a daily basis then you should be fully aware about all nutrient facts and metrics associated with it.
The following readings or metrics have been provided under the assumptions that the serving size of the wasabi peanut is 1 oz or 28 grams.
- Calories: 137
- Fats: 5 grams
- Carbs: 19 grams
- Proteins: 4 grams
From the above readings you can clearly make out the fact that there are total 137 calories in 1 oz or 28 grams of wasabi peanuts. Out of the total number of calories 45 calories are due to calorie from fat. As for calorie breakdown, the calorie breakdown of wasabi peanut gives equal percentage of fats, proteins and carbs.
The total fast constitutes 8% of the total daily intake. Out of the total fat 1 gram is saturated fat which constitutes 5% of the total daily intake. As for trans fat it is 0 grams. It is extremely low in cholesterol and contains 0 grams cholesterol with 0% contribution to daily content. It is fairly high sodium content and contains 120 milligrams of it which comprises 5% of the daily intake. The total carbs comprises 6% of the total daily intake. Out of total carbs 3 grams is sugar and 1 grams of dietary fiber. As for vitamins it contains 1% of Vitamin C, 1% Calcium and 2% of Iron.