Recipe: Scrambled eggs (3 eggs, sunflower oil). Calorie, chemical composition and nutritional value.

How many calories are in scrambled eggs

The calorie content of scrambled eggs greatly depends on the method of its preparation and the additional products that are added to it. For example, if you fry eggs with tomatoes and without oil, then their energy value decreases by 30-50%.

Let's consider various options for preparing your favorite breakfast and its calorie content. We will assume that the dish is made from two eggs.

The calorie content of fried eggs is as follows:

  1. Fried egg with the addition of 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. On average, its calorie content is 190-200 kcal: eggs 150 kcal + butter 40 kcal. And if you fry scrambled eggs in butter, the calorie content of the dish will be even higher.
  2. Fried egg cooked in a frying pan without oil: 150-160 kcal.
  3. Regular scrambled eggs in vegetable oil. If you beat the eggs before frying them, the calorie content of the dish is slightly reduced. In this case, it will be equal to 150-170 kcal. If you cook without oil in a non-stick pan, subtract another 20-30 kcal.
  4. Scrambled eggs with tomatoes. When using regular unsweetened vegetables, the calorie content of the dish will be about 160 kcal. If you cook it with sweet cherry tomatoes, expect the energy value to increase to 220-240 kcal!
  5. Eggs fried in oil with cheese, sausage, and tomatoes will cost 300-340 kcal.

Recipe: Scrambled eggs (3 eggs, sunflower oil). Calorie, chemical composition and nutritional value.

Nutritional value and chemical composition of “Scrambled eggs (3 eggs, sunflower oil).”

The table shows the nutritional content (calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals) per 100 grams of edible portion.

NutrientQuantityNorm**% of the norm in 100 g% of the norm in 100 kcal100% normal
Calorie content291.9 kcal1684 kcal17.3%5.9%577 g
Squirrels12.3 g76 g16.2%5.5%618 g
Fats26.7 g56 g47.7%16.3%210 g
Carbohydrates0.7 g219 g0.3%0.1%31286 g
Water58.5 g2273 g2.6%0.9%3885 g
Ash0.9677 g~
Vitamin A, RE251.6 mcg900 mcg28%9.6%358 g
Retinol0.218 mg~
beta carotene0.052 mg5 mg1%0.3%9615 g
Vitamin B1, thiamine0.068 mg1.5 mg4.5%1.5%2206 g
Vitamin B2, riboflavin0.426 mg1.8 mg23.7%8.1%423 g
Vitamin B4, choline242.9 mg500 mg48.6%16.6%206 g
Vitamin B5, pantothenic1.258 mg5 mg25.2%8.6%397 g
Vitamin B6, pyridoxine0.135 mg2 mg6.8%2.3%1481 g
Vitamin B9, folates6.774 mcg400 mcg1.7%0.6%5905 g
Vitamin B12, cobalamin0.503 mcg3 mcg16.8%5.8%596 g
Vitamin D, calciferol2.129 mcg10 mcg21.3%7.3%470 g
Vitamin E, alpha tocopherol, TE7.677 mg15 mg51.2%17.5%195 g
Vitamin H, biotin19.548 mcg50 mcg39.1%13.4%256 g
Vitamin K, phylloquinone0.3 mcg120 mcg0.3%0.1%40000 g
Vitamin RR, NE3.4839 mg20 mg17.4%6%574 g
Niacin0.184 mg~
Potassium, K135.48 mg2500 mg5.4%1.8%1845
Calcium, Ca53.23 mg1000 mg5.3%1.8%1879
Magnesium, Mg11.61 mg400 mg2.9%1%3445 g
Sodium, Na129.68 mg1300 mg10%3.4%1002 g
Sera, S170.32 mg1000 mg17%5.8%587 g
Phosphorus, P186.1 mg800 mg23.3%8%430 g
Chlorine, Cl150.97 mg2300 mg6.6%2.3%1523 g
Iron, Fe2.419 mg18 mg13.4%4.6%744 g
Yod, I19.35 mcg150 mcg12.9%4.4%775 g
Cobalt, Co9.677 mcg10 mcg96.8%33.2%103 g
Manganese, Mn0.0281 mg2 mg1.4%0.5%7117 g
Copper, Cu80.32 mcg1000 mcg8%2.7%1245 g
Molybdenum, Mo5.806 mcg70 mcg8.3%2.8%1206 g
Selenium, Se30.677 mcg55 mcg55.8%19.1%179 g
Fluorine, F53.23 mcg4000 mcg1.3%0.4%7515 g
Chromium, Cr3.87 mcg50 mcg7.7%2.6%1292 g
Zinc, Zn1.0742 mg12 mg9%3.1%1117 g
Digestible carbohydrates
Mono- and disaccharides (sugars)0.7 gmax 100 g
Essential amino acids
Arginine*0.7645 g~
Valin0.7452 g~
Histidine*0.329 g~
Isoleucine0.5806 g~
Leucine1.0452 g~
Lysine0.871 g~
Methionine0.4065 g~
Methionine + Cysteine0.6968 g~
Threonine0.5903 g~
Tryptophan0.1935 g~
Phenylalanine0.629 g~
Phenylalanine+Tyrosine1.0935 g~
Nonessential amino acids
Alanin0.6871 g~
Aspartic acid1.1903~
Glycine0.4065 g~
Glutamic acid1.7129 g~
Proline0.3871 g~
Serin0.9 g~
Tyrosine0.4645 g~
Cysteine0.2806 g~
Sterols (sterols)
Cholesterol551.61 mgmax 300 mg
beta sitosterol32.2581 mg~
Saturated fatty acids
Saturated fatty acids4.7 gmax 18.7 g
14:0 Miristinovaya0.0387 g~
15:0 Pentadecane0.0097 g~
16:0 Palmitinaya2.9839 g~
17:0 Margarine0.029 g~
18:0 Stearic1.5129 g~
20:0 Arakhinovaya0.0774 g~
22:0 Begenovaya0.1129 g~
Monounsaturated fatty acids8.6484 gmin 16.8 g51.5%17.6%
16:1 Palmitoleic0.3774 g~
17:1 Heptadecene0.0097 g~
18:1 Oleic (omega-9)7.7806 g~
20:1 Gadoleic (omega-9)0.0387 g~
Polyunsaturated fatty acids10.8645 gfrom 11.2 to 20.6 g97%33.2%
18:2 Linolevaya10.7097 g~
18:3 Linolenic0.0581 g~
20:4 Arachidonic0.0968 g~
Omega-3 fatty acids0.1 gfrom 0.9 to 3.7 g11.1%3.8%
Omega-6 fatty acids1.2 gfrom 4.7 to 16.8 g25.5%8.7%

The energy value of Scrambled eggs (3 eggs, sunflower oil) is 291.9 kcal.

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** This table shows the average levels of vitamins and minerals for an adult. If you want to know the norms taking into account your gender, age and other factors, then use the “My Healthy Diet” application.

Calorie content of scrambled eggs

Knowing the energy value of BJU and the amount of nutrients in chicken yolk and white, it is easy to calculate how many calories are in scrambled eggs. It is immediately worth noting that different nutritional sources give different calorie figures for scrambled eggs. It all depends on what unit of product the data is for (100 g or the number of eggs), as well as what additional products are used to prepare the dish.

According to the reference book “Everything about food from a chemist’s point of view” (authors: I.M. Skurikhin, A.P. Nechaev), fried eggs have an energy value of 243 kcal/100 g . For comparison, one soft-boiled egg has a calorie content of 159 kcal/100 g. Knowing how much a chicken egg weighs, it is easy to calculate how many calories are in scrambled eggs from 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 pieces. But the thing is that products of different categories weigh differently:

  • Third category (3) – 35.0 – 44.9 g
  • Second category (2) – 45.0 – 54.9 g
  • First category (1) – 55.0 – 64.9 g
  • Select category (0) – 65.0 – 74.9
  • Highest category (B) – from 75 g

The calorie content of scrambled eggs from 1 egg can be:

  • 97 kcal (3 cat.)
  • 122 kcal (2 cat.)
  • 146 kcal (1 cat.)
  • 170 kcal (0 cat.)
  • 182 kcal (in cat.)

The calorie content of scrambled eggs from 2 eggs can be:

  • 194 kcal (3 cat.)
  • 244 kcal (2 cat.)
  • 292 kcal (1 cat.)
  • 340 kcal (0 cat.)
  • 364 kcal (in cat.)

The calorie content of a scrambled egg from 3 eggs can be:

  • 291 kcal (3 cat.)
  • 366 kcal (2 cat.)
  • 438 kcal (1 cat.)
  • 510 kcal (0 cat.)
  • 546 kcal (in cat.)

Calorie content of scrambled eggs with butter, tomatoes, cheese, bacon, onions

Of course, the total energy value of fried eggs depends on what components are added to the recipe. When adding more high-calorie foods (sausages, sausages, cheese, bread), this figure increases. If a dish is fried with vegetables (tomatoes, onions, zucchini, peppers), then its calorie content becomes lower.

For example, how many calories are in fried eggs with tomatoes and cheese? Let's look at the example of a classic recipe. It includes:

  • Eggs (chicken) – 4 pcs.
  • Tomatoes – 100 g
  • Hard cheese – 40 g
  • Butter – 5 g

It turns out that the calorie content of scrambled eggs from 4 eggs, tomatoes and cheese is: 159 x 4 pcs +20 + 146 + 37 = 839 kcal. Considering that the entire dish weighs approximately 380 g, its energy value per 100 g is 220 kcal.

To reduce the calorie content of fried eggs or scrambled eggs and make the dish more dietary, you should fry without oil or lard and avoid high-calorie additives. But in this case, scrambled eggs should be cooked in a non-stick frying pan, in the microwave or baked in the oven.

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