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How Many Carbs Are In A Honeycrisp Apple? (Calculator)

When you’re trying to stick to a low-carbohydrate diet, it’s important to know how many carbs are in the foods you’re eating. A medium-sized Honeycrisp apple, for example, has about 23 grams of carbs – and enough to blow the carb budget (although this will vary depending on apple size and weight.

In this article, we’ll help you find the exact carb content you need for any size or weight of Honeycrisp apple using our quick reference charts and carb calculator.

Honeycrisp Apple Carb Content

The USDA confirms that 100g of raw Honeycrisp apple (including the skin) contains a total of 14.7g of carbs, which is equal to 0.147g per gram of apple.

The Honeycrisp apple is typically a larger variety of apple when compared to smaller varieties such as the golden delicious or gala apple. A medium Honeycrisp apple will weigh an average of around 192g and contains 28.2g of carbs (24.9g net carbs).

The quick reference table below shows the number of total carbs and net carbs you can expect in a small, medium, or large Honeycrisp apple based on average apple weights.

Honeycrisp Apple Size & WeightTotal CarbsNet Carbs
100g of Honeycrisp apple14.7g13g
Small apple (average 158g)23.2g20.5g
Medium apple (average 192g)28.2g24.9g
Large apple (average 236g)34.7g30.7g
Table to show carbs and net carbs in a Honeycrisp apple

The reason why apples are higher in carbs than some other fruits is because of the sugar content, and although these are natural sugars, this still has an impact on the carb value. In this example, an average-sized medium Honeycrisp apple contains 23.8g of natural sugars and 3.3g of fiber.

The table below shows the amount of natural sugar in various-sized Honeycrisp apples and the fiber content that is used to work out the net carbs.

Honeycrisp Apple Size & WeightTotal SugarFiber
100g of Honeycrisp apple12.4g1.7g
Small (average 158g)19.6g2.7g
Medium (average 192g)23.8g3.3g
Large (average 236g)29.3g4g
Table to show sugar and fiber content in a Honeycrisp apple

Please note – the data in these tables is based on average weights, and the weight of each apple will vary. For the most accurate data, use the actual weight (excluding the core) and input it into the calculator below.

Infographic to show the carb content of honeycrisp apples

Honeycrisp Apple Carb Calculator

The calculator below will help you to work out the exact carb content (total and net carbs) of a Honeycrisp apple based on a specific weight.

To ensure that the data is accurate, we recommend only weighing the parts of the apple you’re going to eat.

Input the weight of your apple to begin:

Did You Know?

Honeycrisp apples are sweet and delicious, but this sweetness makes them one of the highest-carb apples you can choose. As a general rule – the sweeter the apple, the more sugar, and carbs it will contain.

Are Honeycrisp Apples High In Carbs?

All apples are relatively high in carbs because of the amount of natural sugars they contain.

Honeycrisp apples are a particularly sweet variety, making them higher in carbs than most other kinds of apples.

Red apples, such as the Honeycrisp variety, tend to be higher in carbs than green apples because they’re sweeter. The net carb value of a green apple tends to be a little lower due to the sugar content being lower.

So, if you’re looking for a lower-carb apple option, choose a small green apple such as a Granny Smith instead.

Key Takeaways

We hope you’ve found the answer you were looking for on this page; here’s a quick rundown of the key points:

  • For those on a low-carb diet, a Honeycrisp apple would be considered fairly high in carbs at over 24.9g of net carbs per medium apple.
  • A Honeycrisp apple is one of the highest-carb apples because it contains more natural sugars than most.
  • If you’re on a low-carb diet and you can’t live without apples, opt for a small green apple (such as a golden delicious) instead.

Related Pages

This page is part of a series of useful articles on the carb content in apples and foods containing apples. You might also like the pages in the links below:

Resources Used For This Page

To ensure the nutritional information used in this article is accurate, we have used data from The USDA FoodData Central; the links below contain the source information:

Honeycrisp apple USDA nutritional information