Carbs in Radishes
One Cup of Radishes Contains
2g  Net Carbs
4g TOTAL CARBS   |   2g FIBER

Carbs in Radishes

By Jennifer Shun  |  Nutrition data source USDA

Radishes are a member of the Brassicaceae family, relating them to kale, broccoli, turnips, and cauliflower.

Crisp in texture, spicy to sweet in flavor, radishes shine in early spring. Displaying an array of jewel-tone hues from the gorgeous watermelon and French breakfast varieties to purple daikon, they add a pop of color shaved on a vegetable salad or highlighted on a crudités platter.  If you have extra time, pickling changes the game, elevating any sandwich, burger or taco to something altogether spectacular.

A good source of vitamin C, low in calories, and high in fiber, radishes are an excellent low carbohydrate snack, offering a crunchy, low-starch base to your favorite creamy spread.  Garlicky hummus, delicious fromage fort, and even a slow-roasted onion dip tops my list of favorites.



SERVING SIZESERVING WEIGHTTOTAL CARBSFIBERNET CARBS
1 cup, raw115g3.9g1.8g2.1g




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