Calories in a Banana by weight, grams and ounces, by inches, and by cup measurementsp


Here are the calories in a banana, by size or inches, by weight, ounces, or grams, by number, or by cup measurement, whichever you prefer.

For the calories in other fruits and vegetables, and for the free printable (or copy and paste) fruit and vegetable calorie counter charts, you will find the page links awaiting you at the bottom of this page.

Bananas are delicious! They can be enjoyed by themselves or used to make other foods such as protein shakes and ice cream more delicious.

Unfortunately, they are also relatively high in carbohydrates. For that reason, even if you can afford the calories in a banana, you may want to enjoy them -- as we do -- only as an occasional treat because of the carbohydrate count.

Calories By size

So, let's find out more.

Here are the calories in a banana according to size.

  • 72 calories in one extra small banana less than 6 inches long
  • 90 calories in one small banana 6 inches long
  • 105 calories in one small to average banana 7 inches long
  • 125 calories in one medium to large banana 8 to 9 inches long
  • 135 calories in one very large banana over 9 inches long

Calories By Weight

Here are the counts according to weight.

  • 25 calories in each ounce or 28 grams of banana without the peel
  • 50 calories on 2 ounces or 57 grams of banana without the peel
  • 100 calories in 4 ounces or 114 grams of banana without the peel
  • 150 calories in 6 ounces or 170 grams of banana without the peel
  • 200 calories in 8 ounces or 227 grams of banana without the peel
  • 400 calories 1 pound (16 oz) or 454 grams of banana without peel

Calories By Number

Here are the counts according to number.

  • Two bananas
  • 144 calories in two extra small bananas less than 6 inches long each
  • 180 calories in two small bananas 6 inches long each
  • 210 calories in two small to average bananas 7 inches long each
  • 250 calories in two medium to large bananas 8 to 9 inches long each
  • 270 calories in two very large bananas over 9 inches long each
  • Three bananas
  • 216 calories in 3 extra small bananas less than 6 inches long each
  • 270 calories in 3 small bananas 6 inches long each
  • 315 calories in 3 small to average bananas 7 inches long each
  • 375 calories in 3 medium to large bananas 8 to 9 inches long each
  • 405 calories in 3 very large bananas over 9 inches long each

U.S. cup measurement in ounces and crams

Here are the counts by U.S. cup measurement, for other countries measuring in ounces or grams.

  • Sliced Banana
  • 135 calories in one cup of sliced banana, which is 5.3 ounces or 150 grams
  • 67½ calories in a 1/2 cup of sliced banana, is 2.65 ounces or 75 grams
  • 33¾ calories in a 1/4 cup of sliced banana, is 1.325 ounces or 37½ grams
  • Mashed Banana
  • 200 calories in one cup of mashed banana, which is 7.9 oz or 224 grams)
  • 100 calories in a 1/2 cup of mashed banana, which is 3.9 ounces or 111 grams
  • 50 calories in 1/4 cup of mashed banana, which is approx 2 ounces or approx 57 grams

Web pages related to the calories in a banana

For the calories or carbohydrates in other fruits and vegetables, and for free printable, or copy and paste, fruit and vegetable calorie and carbohydrate counter charts to use as daily guides for either weight loss or weight maintenance, see our counter pages for fruits and vegetables. You will find the links to those pages listed on the sitemap/index.

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Related web pages to help you further

Now that you know the number of calories in a banana, you may wish to see the following page for information about the calories in other fruits and to print, or copy and paste, our free Calories in Fruit Chart.



Calories in Fruit


Alternatively, use the link at the very bottom of this page to visit the CALORIES PER DAY, which is the first page in this section of our website.



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