Nutritional Facts of Fig and Apricot Shake ( Pregnancy Recipe), Calories in Fig and Apricot Shake ( Pregnancy Recipe)

by Tarla Dalal
This calorie page has been viewed 2062 times


How many calories does one glass Fig and Apricot Shake have?

One glass (140 ml) Fig and Apricot Shake gives 150 calories. Out of which carbohydrates comprise 52.4 calories, proteins account for 22 calories and remaining calories come from fat which is 73.8 calories. One Green Smoothie provides about 7 percent of the total daily calorie requirement of a standard adult diet of 2,000 calories.

1 glass of Fig and Apricot Shake ( Pregnancy Recipe), Carbohydrates 13.1g, Protein 5.5g, Fat 8.2g. 

fig and apricot shake recipe | fig and apricot protein shake | apricot smoothie | fig apricot milkshake for pregnancy | with step by step images.

fig and apricot shake is a pleasing drink which is far superior than the ready shakes available in the Indian market. Learn how to make fig apricot milkshake for pregnancy.

Fig and apricot protein shake is best had early in the morning for breakfast as your body conserves more nutrients at this time of the day. It is best for mums-to-be who often do not feel like eating breakfast

Fig apricot milkshake for pregnancy is packed with fibre, calciumvitamin A, natural sugar and protein. These dry fruits will provide you with energy and will also satiate your hunger. A garnish of almond slivers accentuates the flavours further, making the drink a delightful treat.

Pregnant women who often experience nausea are advised to sip on drinks to keep it at bay. This apricot smoothie is a wise choice then. This drink is also suitable for kids and senior citizens to make up for their calcium and protein needs for strengthening bones and nourishing cells and tissues. 

Is Fig and Apricot Shake healthy?


Yes, this is healthy, but conditions apply. Let's see why.

Let's understand the Ingredients.

What's good.

1. Anjeer ( Dried Figs) 4.9 g of fiber is what ½ cup of dried figs offer and keep constipation at bay. 2 to 3 dried figs are a good source of fibre and dried figs soaked overnight and consumed next morning are often used as a laxative to cleanse the gut. Being a good source of potassium, dried figs can help balance the sodium and potassium ratio, thus controlling blood pressure and good for heart. Yes, figs contain a good amount of fiber which is sure to benefit you by keeping you full for longs hours. But dried figs are high in natural sugar and carbs and thus a good source of energy and thus should be eaten in moderation, especially by those aiming weight loss. The antioxidant phenol and fibre in dried figs both work together to eliminate free radicals which would otherwise damage blood vessels and trigger heart diseases. The calcium in it is needed to bone strengthening process. Due to its high carb count, diabetics should avoid them or have one occasionally and balance it with other low carb foods in that meal. See detailed benefits of anjeer, dried figs

2. Dried apricot: Dried apricot have all the moisture removed and thus they are high in calories as compared to the fresh apricots. Thus weight watchers need to monitor the quantity of dried apricots they have. They are a good source of fibre, but also high in carbs and so diabetics should avoid or strictly limit its consumption. They are a good source of few nutrients like potassium which helps to promote muscle and nerve function. Potassium also helps to maintain electrolyte balance in the body. The calcium in it can help strengthen bones. The fibre pectin in dried apricots can help prevent and overcome constipation.

3. Milk and Low Fat Milk : 1 cup of milk provides 70% of the Recommended Daily Allowance of Calcium. Milk promotes strong bones. The Calcium in Milk helps to protect your teeth against gum disease and keeps your jaw bone strong and healthy. Milk is low in carbs and therefore does not raise blood glucose levels. However diabetics must consider including low fat milk as advised by their dietitian only so as to avoid any fluctuations in blood sugar levels. Protein is another key nutrient which milk is rich in - 8.6 g from a cup. So all those looking to build protein stores can add milk and its products like curd and paneer to their diet. One cup of Milk gives 10 grams of carbs.  Low fat milk has lower fat and the same benefits of milk

What's the problem?

Sugar : Sugar used in the recipe is also called white poison. NOTE THERE IS NO NEED TO USE SUGAR IN THIS RECIPE, IT'S OPTIONAL. It is a simple carbohydrate with zero nutritional value. On intake, sugar will cause inflammation of the body which will last for many hours. It will spike your blood sugar level and shut down the fat burning process. This also causes high blood sugar levels in your body. The development of prediabetes comes from uncontrolled eating sugar and refined food products for many years and the classic symptom is if you have excess belly fat. This leads to diabetes and further onwards to heart attack, high blood pressure, strokes, impotence and kidney damage. 

Can diabetics, heart patients and over weight individuals have Fig and Apricot Shake?

Yes for heart and weight loss, but have limited amounts. Diabetics are better off eating the whole fruit than a smoothie. Use low fat milk instead of full fat milk. Dried apricot have all the moisture removed and thus they are high in calories as compared to the fresh apricots. Thus weight watchers need to monitor the quantity of dried apricots they have.

Can healthy individuals have Fig and Apricot Shake ?


Fig and Apricot Shake rich in.

1. Calcium : Calcium  is a mineral that makes bones stay strong. Required from kids to adults.

2. Phosphorus Phosphorous works closely with calcium to build bones. 

3. Good for pregnancy.

4. Relieves constipation.

Value per glass% Daily Values
Energy150 cal8%
Protein5.5 g10%
Carbohydrates13.1 g4%
Fiber0.2 g1%
Fat8.2 g12%
Cholesterol20 mg5%
Vitamin A203.5 mcg4%
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)0.1 mg10%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)0.1 mg9%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)0.3 mg3%
Vitamin C1.4 mg3%
Vitamin E0.3 mg2%
Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)7.6 mcg4%
Calcium269.1 mg45%
Iron0.5 mg2%
Magnesium25.7 mg7%
Phosphorus166.7 mg28%
Sodium24.4 mg1%
Potassium182.2 mg4%
Zinc0.4 mg4%
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Subscribe to the free food mailer


Missed out on our mailers?
Our mailers are now online!

View Mailer Archive

Privacy Policy: We never give away your email

REGISTER NOW If you are a new user.
Or Sign In here, if you are an existing member.

Login Name

Forgot Login / Passowrd?Click here

If your Gmail or Facebook email id is registered with, the accounts will be merged. If the respective id is not registered, a new account will be created.

Click OK to sign out from tarladalal.
For security reasons (specially on shared computers), proceed to Google and sign out from your Google account.

Are you sure you want to delete this review ?