A ring chart that shows which nutrients contribute to total calories. There are 269 calories in chickpeas (cooked) that come from 21% protein, 65% carbohydrates, 14% fat and 0% alcohol. A pie chart showing the macronutrient components of chickpeas (chickpeas) (cooked). This food is composed of 60.77% of water, 8.94% of proteins, 27.67% of carbohydrates, 2.61% of fat and 0% of alcohol.
A 1-cup serving (164 grams) provides approximately 14.5 grams of protein, which is comparable to the protein content of similar foods, such as black beans and lentils (. In a small study, eating 1.25 cups (200 grams) of suppressed chickpeas after meals increased blood sugar levels by up to 36%, compared to eating 2 slices of white bread (. Before one of the meals, they ate 1.25 cups (200 grams) of chickpeas and then 2 slices of white bread before the other meal. Chickpeas are an excellent source of iron, containing approximately 26% of the DV in 1 cup (164 grams) (.