Frozen Blueberries: Calories and Nutrition Facts per 100 Grams

Blueberries may not be in season right now, but they are still available as frozen fruit until they come back in season again. The biggest benefit of frozen blueberries is that they preserve most of the nutritional value of the fresh berries, if not all, essentially making up for the fresh berries not being available.

But what exactly is the nutrition of frozen blueberries? How many vitamins and minerals in 100 grams of frozen blueberries? How many calories for the same amount? How much of the daily values for essential vitamins and other nutrients does 100 grams of frozen blueberries get you?

Frozen blueberries nutrition 100 grams

The nutritional value of frozen blueberries is not the same as the nutritional value of fresh blueberries, although differences are quite negligible.

  • Nutrition facts per 100 grams of frozen blueberries:

  • Energetic value (calories): 51 kcal (kilocalories)
  • Carbohydrates content: 12.2 grams of carbs
  • Sugar content: 8.45 grams of sugars
  • Fiber content: 2.7 grams of dietary fiber
  • Protein: 0.42 grams of protein (the protein in blueberries does not have all essential amino acids)
  • Fat content: 0.64 grams of fat
  • Water content: 86.6 grams of water

100 grams of frozen blueberries has less sugar than 100 grams of fresh blueberries (8.45 grams versus 9.96 grams).

  • Vitamins in 100 grams of frozen blueberries:

  • Vitamin A: only 2 micrograms (mcg) from pigmented beta-carotene antioxidants, but no retinol
  • Vitamin B1: 0.032 milligrams (mg)
  • Vitamin B2: 0.037 milligrams
  • Vitamin B3: 0.52 milligrams
  • Vitamin B5: 0.125 milligrams
  • Vitamin B6: 0.059 milligrams
  • Vitamin B9 (folate): 7 micrograms (mcg)
  • Vitamin B12: 0 (There is no vitamin B12 in blueberries.)
  • Choline: 5.1 milligrams (mg)
  • Vitamin C: 2.5 milligrams
  • Vitamin D: 0
  • Vitamin E: 0.48 milligrams (mg)
  • Vitamin K: 16.4 micrograms (mcg) in the form phylloquinone

Frozen blueberries have almost 4 times less vitamin C than fresh blueberries.

  • Minerals in 100 grams of frozen blueberries:

  • Calcium: 8 milligrams (mg)
  • Copper: 33 micrograms (mg)
  • Iron: 0.18 milligrams (mg)
  • Magnesium: 5 milligrams
  • Manganese: 0.147 milligrams
  • Phosphorus: 11 milligrams
  • Potassium: 54 milligrams
  • Selenium: 0.1 micrograms (mcg)
  • Sodium: 1 milligram (mg)
  • Zinc: 0.07 milligrams

Nutrition facts from USDA.gov.

There is no vitamin D in frozen blueberries; fresh blueberries are also vitamin D-free.

Frozen blueberries calories nutrition facts 100 grams

Frozen blueberries have slightly less vitamin B1 and vitamin B2, but slightly more of vitamins B3, B5 and B6.

  • Frozen Blueberries: Daily Values

  • Energetic value: just 2.55% of the daily calorie intake for the average adult
  • Carbohydrates: under 4.45% of daily requirements for an adult person
  • Dietary fiber: 9.65% of daily requirements
  • Protein: less than 0.85% of daily requirements
  • Fat: 0.82% of daily requirements

Frozen blueberries are good to eat for fiber, but have almost no protein and under 1% fat content.

  • Sugar: Frozen blueberries are almost 8.5% sugar.
  • Water content: Frozen blueberries are over 86% water.

Also see what is the nutrition of fresh blueberries for 100 grams, with calories and daily values of essential vitamins, minerals and more nutrition facts.

Frozen blueberries vitamins 100 grams

Frozen blueberries are not an important source of vitamins, except for vitamin K which stands at close to 14% of daily values.

  • Vitamins in Frozen Blueberries: Daily Values for 100 grams

  • Vitamin A: 0.22% of daily values of vitamin A for the average adult person
  • Vitamin B1: 2.66%
  • Vitamin B2: 2.8%
  • Vitamin B3: 3.25%
  • Vitamin B5: 2.5%
  • Vitamin B6: 3.47%
  • Vitamin B9: 1.75%
  • Vitamin B12: 0%
  • Choline: 0.92%
  • Vitamin C: 2.77%
  • Vitamin D: 0%
  • Vitamin E: 3.2%
  • Vitamin K: 13.66%
  • Minerals in Frozen Blueberries: Daily Values for 100 grams

  • Calcium: 0.6% of daily calcium values for the average adult person
  • Copper: 3.66%
  • Iron: 1%
  • Magnesium: 1.2%
  • Manganese: 6.4%
  • Phosphorus: 0.88%
  • Potassium: 1.15%
  • Selenium: 0.18%

Frozen blueberries have virtually no sodium which recommends them for high blood pressure.

  • Sodium: 0%
  • Zinc: 0.63%

This post was updated on Monday / October 25th, 2021 at 12:07 AM