Here’s What 200 Healthy Vegan Calories Look Like

Trying to chalk out a plan to get your adequate amount of calories per day from healthy sources can be a tiring task. For your information, here are five examples of 200 vegan calories. You can either have thee on your own or combine them in a salad.


Approximately 225 grams or a bowl of peas is a great example of what a daily intake of 200 calories could look like.  What’s more you also get a combination of protein sugar and carbs along with a complete source of calcium vitamin c and iron.

Baked Beans

Baked beans are one of these foods where a small bowl of roughly 195 grams can give you about the 200 vegan calories. Baked beans are also a good source of dietary fiber, multi vitamin and minerals essential for overall growth.

Dried Apricots

Just 80 grams of dried apricots will provide 200 calories. Dried apricots are also a rich source of carbohydrate and have high vitamin A content. However one should have apricots in moderation due to a high sugar content amounting to 68 mg per 130 gram serving.


300 grams of grapes provides 200 vegan calories Grapes in addition contain a rich amount of vitamins and minerals namely iron and vitamin c. There Although 300 grams of grapes will contain 50 mg carbohydrates of which 50 mg will be sugars, this is natural sugar and will not pose that much a risk to anyone’s health.


The most incredible thing about mini peppers is the extremely high amounts of vitamin c which delivers a whopping 569% per 180 grams of peppers. That is an unbelievable and phenomenal amount of vitamin c which is an essential vitamin for boosting ones immunity and is an anti oxidizing agent.

Musk Melon

Musk melon has a low calorie count as in most citrus fruits but extremely rich in essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. In order to get 200 vegan calories you would need 600 grams of melon. Honeydew melons are an excellent source of potassium and vitamin C which is a good anti oxidant that fights free radicals in the body. It is also good for firm skin tone and general health.

About Emre Rothzerg

Emre Rothzerg
Part-time programmer, full-time vegan.