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List of Vegetables & Fruits With Grams of Carbs

Updated February 21, 2017

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of the human diet. They provide people with fibre and essential vitamins and nutrients such as folate, potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C. Fruits and vegetables can contain carbohydrates, which many people avoid for dietary reasons. Low-carb fruits are some of the healthiest foods you can eat. Visit Nutrition.gov for a food calculator that will determine the carbohydrates, fat and protein content of any food item.

20+ grams of carbohydrates

1 medium potato (raw) = 33.87 grams of carbohydrates

1 medium banana (raw) = 26.95 grams of carbohydrates

1 sweet potato (raw) = 26.16 grams of carbohydrates

1 medium apple (raw) = 25.13 grams of carbohydrates

1 wedge watermelon (raw) = 21.59 grams of carbohydrates

1 large orange (raw) = 21.62 grams of carbohydrates

1 cup blueberries (raw) = 21.45 grams of carbohydrates

5 - 20 grams of carbohydrates

1 cup strawberries (raw) = 11.06 grams of carbohydrates

1 cucumber (raw) = 10.93 grams of carbohydrates

1 medium onion (raw) = 10.27 grams of carbohydrates

1 medium carrot (raw) = 5.84 grams of carbohydrates

1 medium green pepper (raw) = 5.52 grams of carbohydrates

<5 grams of carbohydrates

1 medium tomato (raw) = 4.82 grams of carbohydrates

1 cup white mushrooms (raw) = 3.13 grams of carbohydrates

1 cup iceberg lettuce (raw) = 2.14 grams of carbohydrates

1 cup spinach (raw) = 1.09 grams of carbohydrates

1 large squash (raw) = .5 grams of carbohydrates

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Rachel Frost began writing professionally in 2001 and works primarily in internal communications, marketing and corporate publication management. Frost writes externally for various websites. She holds a bachelor's degree in public communications from Buffalo State College and a Masters of Business Administration with a marketing concentration from Canisius College.