The number of calories in Pecans varies based on its method of preparation as well as its quantity. 20 halves of Pecans which weigh around 1 oz contain 196 calories. Out of which 183 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of Pecans is 20.4 grams out of which 1.7 gram is saturated fat, 6.1 grams is polyunsaturated fat and 11.5 grams is Monounsaturated fat.
It does not offer any cholesterol content and the sodium content is also nil in Pecans. One oz of Pecans contains 3.9 grams of carbohydrates, 2.7 grams of dietary fiber, 1.1 gram of sugar and 2.6 grams of proteins. It also contains iron, calcium other essential minerals and vitamins.
One cup of chopped Pecans which weigh around 119 grams contain 822 calories out of which 771 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of Pecans is 85.6 grams, out of which saturated fat content is 7.4 grams, polyunsaturated fat is 25.7 grams and monounsaturated fat content is 48.6 grams. The total carbohydrates content in a cup of chopped pecans is 16.5 grams, dietary fiber is 11.4 grams, sugar is 4.7 grams and total protein content is 10.9 grams.
One cup of Pecan halves which weigh around 108 grams contains 746 calories out of which as many as 700 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of Pecan halves is 77.7 grams, saturated fat content in an equal quantity of Pecans is 6.7 grams, polyunsaturated fat content is 23.3 grams and monounsaturated fat is 44.1 grams. Total Carbohydrates in one cup of Pecans is 15 grams, Dietary Fiber is 10.4 grams, sugar content is 4.3 grams and protein content is 9.9 grams. The amount of other micronutrients such as iron, calcium and vitamins also varies according to the quantity of Pecans.