How Many Apples In A Kilogram? (With Calculator)

A common question when it comes to cooking or baking with apples is how many are in a kilogram. Knowing this information can help you get the right amount for a recipe without having to weigh them.

The problem is, that apples are a natural product so they can vary in weight considerably, so to get the most accurate answer we will use averages, based on different-sized apples.

Using average weights for generic apples you can expect to get four to six apples in a kilogram. This is equal to four large apples or six small ones.

In this article, we’ll help you to estimate the number of apples in any kilogram weight as accurately as possible and you can use our quick calculator to convert kilogram weights to apples for any serving.

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The Number Of Apples In A Kilogram (Per Size)

When you categorize apples into small, medium, or large, you can expect to get just under seven small apples, five and a half medium-sized apples, or four and a half large apples in a kilogram.

The chart below provides a quick reference guide to the number of small, medium, or large apples you can expect in a kilogram weight (from one to ten kilograms). If you need to calculate numbers not covered in this chart, skip to the calculator below.

Number of KilogramsNumber of small apples
(weighing 149g
each) per weight
Number of Medium apples
(weighing 182g
each) per weight
Number of large apples
(weighing 223g
each) per weight
1kg6.75.54.5
2kg13.4119
3kg20.116.513.5
4kg26.82217.9
5kg33.627.522.4
6kg40.33326.9
7kg4738.531.4
8kg53.74435.9
9kg60.449.540.4
10kg67.154.944.8

Apple To kilogram Calculator

This calculator will help you to work out how many average-sized small, medium or large apples are in any kilogram weight.

Input your apple size and weight in kilograms using a decimal value if applicable (for example 2 or 2.5 kilograms) to get started:

Average Apple Weights (used for this article)

All the data and information used in this article is based on average apple weights (as per the USDA). For information, here are the typical weights of an average small, medium, or large apple:

  • Average small apple weight – 149g / 0.149kg
  • Average medium apple weight – 182g / 0.182kg
  • Average large apple weight – 223g / 0.223kg

The Number Of Apples In A kilogram (Per Variety)

Each variety of apple will vary in size and weight, which will impact the amount you get in a kilogram. For example, a smaller variety of apple like the golden delicious has an average medium apple weight of 169g, compared to a large variety like red delicious where a medium-sized apple weighs 212g.

The charts in this section will help you to work out how many apples you can get in a kilogram per variety, for an average small, medium, or large apple in that class.

Number Of Fuji Apples In A Kilogram

Fuji apples are typically larger apples, but like any variety, they will vary in size and weight. A medium-sized fuji apple weighs an average of 192g per fruit, so you will get about five medium apples per kilogram.

Number of kilogramsAverage number of small fuji apples (158g) per weightAverage number of medium fuji apples (192g) per weightAverage number of large fuji apples (236g) per weight
1kg6.35.24.2
2kg12.710.48.5
3kg1915.612.7
4kg25.320.816.9
5kg31.62621.2
Table to show the number of fuji apples per kilogram weight

Number Of Honeycrisp Apples In A Kilogram

Honeycrisp apples are another example of a larger apple variety. An average medium-sized Honeycrisp apple weighs about 192g, so you can expect about five medium apples in kilogram.

Number of kilogramsAverage number of small Honeycrisp apples (158g) per weightAverage number of medium Honeycrisp apples (192g) per weightAverage number of large Honeycrisp apples (236g) per weight
1kg6.35.24.2
2kg12.710.48.5
3kg1915.612.7
4kg25.320.816.9
5kg31.62621.2
Table to show the number of Honeycrisp apples per kilogram weight

Number Of Gala Apples In A Kilogram

A gala apple variety is typically a smaller variety and a medium-sized gala weighs about 172g. You can expect to get about five to six medium gala apples per kilogram based on this weight.

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
Table to show the number of gala apples per kilogram weight

Number Of Granny Smith Apples In A Kilogram

The Granny Smith apple is another example of a smaller variety and an average medium-sized apple will weigh about 167g. Using this weight as an average, you can expect to get about six medium Granny Smith apples in a kilogram.

Number of kilogramsAverage number of small Granny Smith apples (144g) per weightAverage number of medium Granny Smith apples (167g) per weightAverage number of large Granny Smith apples (206g) per weight
1kg6.964.9
2kg13.9129.7
3kg20.81814.6
4kg27.82419.4
5kg34.729.924.3
Table to show the number of Granny Smith apples per kilogram weight

Number Of Golden Delicious Apples In A Kilogram

The golden delicious apple is smaller than most varieties and a medium apple will weigh an average of 169g. Based on this average weight you can expect to get six medium golden delicious apples in a kilogram.

Number of kilogramsAverage number of small golden delicious apples (129g) per weightAverage number of medium golden delicious apples (169g) per weightAverage number of large golden delicious apples (215g) per weight
1kg7.85.94.7
2kg15.511.89.3
3kg23.317.814
4kg3123.718.6
5kg38.829.623.3
Table to show the number of golden delicious apples per kilogram weight

Number Of Red Delicious Apples In A Kilogram

Red delicious apples are one of the largest varieties of apple and an average medium-sized apple will weigh about 212g. Using this average figure, you can expect to get about four to five medium red delicious apples in a kilogram.

Number of kilogramsAverage number of small red delicious apples (158g) per weightAverage number of medium red delicious apples (212g) per weightAverage number of large red delicious apple (260g) per weight
1kg6.34.73.8
2kg12.79.47.7
3kg1914.211.5
4kg25.318.915.4
5kg31.623.619.2
Table to show the number of red delicious apples per kilogram weight

How Many Cups Of Apple Are In A Kilogram?

A cup of sliced apple will weigh about 109g and a cup of chopped apple will weigh about 125g. Taking these weights into consideration, you can expect to get just over nine cups of sliced apple per kilogram and about eight cups of chopped apple per kilogram.

The table below shows more cup weight-to-kilogram conversions – please note that weights might vary slightly if the apple is chopped into larger pieces because this will create more air space in the cup.

Number of
kilograms
Number of (109g) cups of
sliced apple per weight
Number of (125g) cups of
chopped apple per weight
1kg9.28
2kg18.316
3kg27.524
4kg36.732
5kg45.940

For more information and a calculator that you can use to convert apple cup weights, take a look at the article in the link below:

How Much Does A Cup Of Apple Weigh? (With Calculator)

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 – including a calorie calculator.

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

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

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

References Used for this Article

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:

USDA apple nutritional information and measures