How Much Does A Gala Apple Weigh? (With Calculator)

When you need apple weights for tracking calories, nutrition, or for cooking, things can get a little confusing because each apple is different and each variety varies in size and weight. In this article, we’ll be focusing on the weight of gala apples, to help you get the exact information you need.

The gala apple is a medium-sized apple when compared to other varieties. An average small gala apple weighs about 157g (5.5oz), a medium apple weighs about 172g (6.1oz) and a large gala weighs about 200g (7.1oz).

Read on to find out much more about gala apple weights and use our quick and easy charts along with our calculator to work out calories for any serving size.

Gala Apple Conversion Weights

Because apples are a natural product, they all vary in weight and size. I’ve categorized them into small, medium, and large so you can work out the average weight of your fruit.

The table below shows the conversion weights (in metric and imperial) for each size of gala apple (based on averages). Please note that each fruit will vary in weight, so use this as a guide only:

Gala apple sizeAverage metric weightAverage imperial weight
Small157g / 0.157kg5.5oz / 0.35lb
Medium172g / 0.172kg6.1oz / 0.38lb
Large200g / 0.2kg7.1oz / 0.44lb
Gala apple conversion weights

The figures above are based on averages, if you want exact data, it’s a good idea to weigh the apple (excluding the core) and input the weight into the calculator below.

infographic to show the average weight of a small, medium and large apple

Gala Apple Weight Conversion & Calorie Calculator

Use the calculator below to work out weight conversions (in metric and imperial) and calorie values for any serving size of gala apple.

Choose your preferred weight type and input your apple serving weight to continue:

Gala Apple Weight & Calorie Chart

The quick reference table below will help you find conversion weights and calories for various servings of gala apple.

These figures are based on averages using official calorie data from the USDA (see source link at the bottom of this page). The data confirms that 100g of gala apple (including skin) contains 57kcal (or 0.57kcal per gram).

For best results – calculate your apple weight using only the parts you’re going to eat and deduct the weight of the core.

Gala apple serving weightConversion weightCalories per serving
Average small apple (157g)5.5oz89kcal
Average medium apple (172g)6.1oz98kcal
Average large apple (200g)7.1oz114kcal
25g0.9oz14kcal
50g1.8oz29kcal
75g2.6oz43kcal
100g3.5oz57kcal
125g4.4oz71kcal
150g5.3oz86kcal
175g6.2oz100kcal
200g7.1oz114kcal
225g7.9oz128kcal
250g8.8oz143kcal
275g9.7oz157kcal
300g10.6oz171kcal
Table to show weights and calories for various servings of gala apple

Gala Apple Cup Weights

If you prefer to measure using cups, you can expect a cup of sliced gala apple to weigh about 109g (3.8oz), and a serving this size will contain 62 calories.

The table below shows various cup size weight conversions for gala apples:

Gala apple
measurement in cups (sliced)
Conversion weight
in grams
Conversion weight
in ounces
1/4 cup27g1oz
1/3 cup36g1.3oz
1/2 cup55g1.9oz
3/4 cup82g2.9oz
1 cup109g3.8oz
2 cups218g7.7oz
3 cups327g11.5oz
4 cups436g15.4oz
5 cups545g19.2oz
Table to show fuji apple cup conversion weights

How Many Gala Apples Are In A Pound Or Kilogram?

If you need to buy gala apples in bulk and are wondering how many you can expect to get in a pound or kilo depending on size, then here’s the information you need:

How Many Gala Apples Are In A Pound?

Based on an average-sized medium gala apple weighing about 172g (6.1oz), you can expect to get about three apples in a pound.

The chart below shows how many apples you can expect in multiple-pound weights (rounded to the nearest half or whole apple):

Number of poundsAverage number of small gala apples (157g) per weightAverage number of medium gala apples (172g) per weightAverage number of large gala apples (200g) per weight
1lb2.92.62.3
2lb5.85.34.5
3lb8.77.96.8
4lb11.610.69.1
5lb14.513.211.4
6lb17.415.813.6

How Many Gala Apples Are In A Kilogram?

Based on an average-sized medium gala apple weighing about 172g, you can expect to get about six apples in a kilogram.

The chart below shows how many apples you can expect in multiple kilo weights (rounded to the nearest half or whole apple):

Number of kilogramsAverage number of small gala apples (157g) per weightAverage number of medium gala apples (172g) per weightAverage number of large gala apples (200g) per weight
1kg6.45.85
2kg12.711.610
3kg19.117.415
4kg25.523.320
5kg31.829.125
6kg38.234.930

More Gala Apple Weight & Servings FAQs

How much does a Gala apple weigh in kilos?

An average small gala apple weighs 0.157 kilograms, an average medium-sized apple weighs 0.172 kilograms and an average large gala apple weighs about 0.2 kilograms.

How much does a gala apple weigh in pounds?

An average small gala apple weighs 0.35 pounds, an average medium-sized apple weighs 0.38 pounds and an average large gala apple weighs about 0.44 pounds.

More Apple Resources and Calculators

This page is part of a series of helpful articles related to apple weights, servings, and conversions, the links below will take you to the other articles in this series, depending on what you’re looking for:

How much does an apple weigh? – all about generic apple weights for various sizes.

How much does a red delicious apple weigh? – a page specific to the weights and calories of a red delicious apple

How much does a fuji apple weigh? – a page specific to the weights and calories of a fuji apple

How much does a Honeycrisp apple weigh? – a page specific to the weights and calories of a Honeycrisp apple

How much does a Granny Smith apple weigh? – a page specific to the weights and calories of a Granny Smith apple

How much does a golden delicious apple weigh? – a page specific to the weights and calories of a golden delicious apple

Source References

To ensure the nutritional information used in this article is accurate, I have used data from the USDA FoodData Central; the link below contains the source information in case you need it:

Gala apple nutritional information