Which vegetables have the most CARBOHYDRATES?

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As a general rule, vegetables are not categorised as foods rich in carbohydrates like legumes or types of pasta. In general, the majority of vegetables have little carbohydrates, the only ones that stands out in this ranking is yucca, sweet potato and sweet corn. These three vegetables are also more calorific because calories and carbohydrates have a direct relation. If you want to know the calorific value of each food, you can consult our calorie calculator.

If you want to find out more nutritional information about each vegetable in this list, just click on the name of the vegetable and it will take you to it’s page.

  • Cassava 38.06 g each 100gr. 78.40 g per serving (206 g.)
  • Garlic 33.06 g each 100gr. 44.96 g per serving (136 g.)
  • Sun-dried tomatoes 23.33 g each 100gr. 25.66 g per serving (110 g.)
  • Sweet potato 20.12 g each 100gr. 26.76 g per serving (133 g.)
  • Maiz Corn 18.7 g each 100gr. 27.12 g per serving (145 g.)
  • Parsnip 17.99 g each 100gr. 23.93 g per serving (133 g.)
  • Potato 17.49 g each 100gr. 13.12 g per serving (75 g.)
  • Topinambur 17.44 g each 100gr. 26.16 g per serving (150 g.)
  • Leeks 14.15 g each 100gr. 12.59 g per serving (89 g.)
  • Artichoke 10.51 g each 100gr. 13.45 g per serving (128 g.)
  • Carrots 9.58 g each 100gr. 12.26 g per serving (128 g.)
  • Beetroot 9.56 g each 100gr. 13.00 g per serving (136 g.)
  • Onions 9.34 g each 100gr. 14.94 g per serving (160 g.)
  • Brussels sprouts 8.95 g each 100gr. 7.88 g per serving (88 g.)
  • Green cabbage 8.75 g each 100gr. 1.40 g per serving (16 g.)
  • Fennel 7.3 g each 100gr. 6.35 g per serving (87 g.)
  • Shitakee mushrooms 6.79 g each 100gr. 1.29 g per serving ( g.)
  • Broccoli 6.64 g each 100gr. 6.04 g per serving (91 g.)
  • Pumpkin 6.5 g each 100gr. 7.54 g per serving (116 g.)
  • Chilli 6.5 g each 100gr. 5.85 g per serving (90 g.)
  • Turnip 6.43 g each 100gr. 8.36 g per serving (130 g.)
  • Yellow peppers 6.32 g each 100gr. 11.76 g per serving (186 g.)
  • Cauliflower 6.2 g each 100gr. 8.37 g per serving (135 g.)
  • Red peppers 6.03 g each 100gr. 8.98 g per serving (149 g.)
  • Aubergine 5.88 g each 100gr. 4.82 g per serving (82 g.)

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