Calories in Hubbard Squash
When cooked the serving size for Hubbard Squash equals 1/2 cup.
This variety of 'edible gourd' is often referred to as 'winter squash' but it's actually sown in late summer and is harvested in autumn.
It tends to have a very long shelf life when it is stored in a cool spot, therefore it lasts throughout the winter - thus its referred name.
Hubbard Squash is a good source for calcium.
Note that the cup of raw specimen in our data chart depicts almost 13 milligrams of Vitamin C and when cooked that amount in creases to 19.5.
This isn't due to the squash being cooked - because heat tends to erase precious vitamins and minerals from most food. It's due to more of the vegetable being required in order to make a one cup serving.
Per 1 Cup, Raw
|Total lipid (fat)||g||0.58|
|Carbohydrate, by difference||g||10.09|
|Fiber, total dietary||g||4.5|
|Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid||mg||12.8|
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