Flancs et crèmes desserts : tableau des calories
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Whether sweet or savory, puddings are typically made as a treat. Because puddings are often high in saturated fat and - in the case of dessert puddings – sugar, they should only be enjoyed in moderation. Refer to the calorie calculator for your favorite puddings to determine the calories and nutritional value.
Carbohydrate ContentMany puddings are high in carbohydrate content which is a major contributing factor in the number of calories the pudding contains. Dairy-based puddings have a similar nutritional profile to milk which is surprisingly high in carbs. For example, a ½-cup serving of chocolate pudding contains about 4.5 grams of fat, 4.5 grams of protein, and 28 grams carbs. Savory puddings and bread puddings are likely to be even higher in carbs. One serving of old-fashioned bread pudding has about 44 grams of carbohydrate.
Sugar ContentDessert puddings are meant to be sweet which means that they often have a high sugar content. Eating sugary foods in moderation is unlikely to have a negative impact on your health but, if high-sugar foods like puddings, are a regular part of your diet then it could affect you. In addition to the potential for weight gain, eating too many sugary foods may impact your blood sugar levels and put you at risk for developing diabetes and other chronic conditions.
Not all puddings are created equal. While many are high in sugar and saturated fat, other puddings contain vitamins and minerals and provide decent nutritional value in general. Refer to the calorie counter for your favorite puddings to determine the calories and nutritional value.