Carbs in Pumpkin
One Cup of Pumpkin Contains
7g  Net Carbs
8g TOTAL CARBS   |   1g FIBER

Carbs in Pumpkin

By Jennifer Shun  |  Nutrition data source USDA

Pumpkin belongs to the family of winter squashes, including but not limited to,  delicata, acorn, kombucha, butternut and spaghetti. Differing from summer varieties by a hardened rind, hard squash stores exceptionally well, making it an ideal winter food.

Dotting markets and grocers from early fall into winter, pumpkin is an autumnal superstar. Finding fame infusing decadent spiced beverages and decorating Halloween gatherings to landing on the Thanksgiving dessert table by way of a custard-textured pie. But pumpkin’s culinary repertoire shouldn’t end there. Outside of being seasonally festive, pumpkin makes a delicious side dish, soup base, and flavor-packed topping to a hearty greens salad.

Containing seeds, squash is actually a highly nutritious, antioxidant-rich fruit abundant in vitamin C. High in fiber and low in carbohydrates, pumpkin squash is a low glycemic food also loaded with vitamin A.



SERVING SIZESERVING WEIGHTTOTAL CARBSFIBERNET CARBS
1 cup, cubed116g7.5g0.6g7g




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