Pistachio Baklava is one of the traditional sweets of Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia. Baklava dates back to two centuries BC in ancient Rome, when they spread a dough-shaped layer and poured honey on it and rolled it, and maybe that is the reason why, in the origin of Baklava, Turkey and Greece are. Baklava has been very popular all over the world and is called an energy bomb because it has a lot of energy and is recommended as a pre-workout meal due to its high nutritional value. Pistachio baklava contains many vitamins, including calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin B due to pistachios. Of course, baklava is also very famous in Iran and is prepared in different flavors and shapes.
Calories of pistachio baklava
Due to its sweetness, Baklava calories are higher than other foods. Of course, it should be said that according to the type of raw materials used in each type of baklava, its calories are also different.
•Each 100 grams of Istanbul Baklava contains 428 calories.
•Each 100 grams of Iranian baklava contains 540 calories.
How many calories are in baklava?
A slice of baklava consists of about two hundred and thirty calories. Suppose your daily diet is about two thousand calories, so having a piece of baklava takes 11.5% of your daily diet. If you think that baklava may contain a lot of fat like other sweets, don’t worry. In fact, a slice of baklava contains 118 calories of carbohydrates, 100 calories of fat, and protein makes up for the remaining 12 calories.
The last word is that you can use pistachio baklava in your daily diet, but you must remember to pay attention to its calorie content.