An ambrosia apple is a medium-sized, pink, orange and green-colored apple, originally cultivated in Western Canada. According to Orange Pippin, ambrosia apples are known for their sweetness. Full of fiber, they contain relatively few calories, making them a healthy choice for calorie-conscious dieters.
One medium-sized ambrosia apple contains about 80 calories, according to The Daily Plate. None of these calories are from fat.
Carbohydrates and Fiber
An ambrosia apple contains about 22 g of carbohydrates, with 5 g of those carbohydrates attributed to dietary fiber. This is more than 20 percent of the recommended daily value for fiber.
Ambrosia apples contain no saturated fat, no unsaturated fat, no cholesterol, no sodium and no protein. They do contain about 17 g of sugar per medium apple, as well as 20 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C.