The Crème Royale Facts – Nutritional Information

Just one medium sized potato, 150g, provides a good proportion of the recommended daily requirements of many important vitamins and minerals.

For an inexpensive, high-energy snack, cook a potato for 2-4 minutes on each side in a microwave.

Served with low-fat toppings, it is the perfect healthy snack no matter what your lifestyle.

Kilojoule / Kilocalorie Comparison of 100g Portions

Potato, peeled, boiled 263 50
Rice, white, boiled 523 127
Pasta, white, boiled 497 120
Bread, white 1040 252
Bread, wholemeal 939 227
Muesli Bar, Fruit 1550 375
Toasted Muesli 1690 409
Croissant, plain 1640 398

NUTRITION INFORMATION – Potato unpeeled & boiled
(Serving Size 150g)

per serving
% Daily Intake‡
(per serving)
Quantity per 100g
(or 100ml)
Energy 421.5kJ (100.8) 5% 281kJ (67)
Protein 3.75g 8% 2.5g
Fat, total 0g 0% 0g
– saturated 0g 0% 0g
Carbohydrate 19.2g 6% 12.4g
– sugars 0.6 g 1 % 0.4 g
Sodium 4.5 mg 0 % 3 mg
Vitamin C 31.5 mg 70 % 21 mg
Fibre 3.45 g 12 % 2.3 g

Comparison of energy (kj) per 100 gram serve*

Comparison of fat content (g) per 100 gram serve*

*For comparison, potato was unpeeled and boiled. Pasta made from white flour, prepared without added fat. Rice was white with no added fat. Bread is average of all flours without margarine or butter. Noodles were Asian style, average of all flours and types, prepared as directed without added fat. Nutrient values used for comparisons are from the Australian AusNut database.
Data Source: Dr. Trent Watson in a project facilitated by HAL in partnership with Ausveg.
‡Percentage daily intakes are based on an average (8700kJ), may be higher or lower depending on your energy levels.
Percentage Recommended Dietary Intakes (RDI) were calculated using the schedule Standard 1.1.1 of the FSC.

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