Calories in Apple Turnovers

A turnover is a type of pastry that contains a filling, usually fruit. The baker places the filling on a sheet of pastry dough, and folds the dough over to seal in the filling. The calories in these morsels can add up quickly.

Close-up of apple turnovers. (Image: Scukrov/iStock/Getty Images)


A single apple turnover weighing 57 g, or about 2 oz., provides 170 calories, which is 8.5 percent of the daily value for calories. This daily value assumes a standard diet of 2,000 calories per day, according to Fatsecret.

Carbohydrates, Fat and Protein

An apple turnover contains 92 calories from carbohydrates, 70 calories from fat and eight from protein. An apple turnover has 24 g carbohydrates, which provides 8 percent of the daily value for carbohydrates. It also has 8 g of fat, or about 12 percent of the daily value for fat. The protein content in an apple turnover is 2 g, which is 4 percent of the daily value for protein.


An apple turnover contains 260 mg of sodium, which is 11 percent of the daily value for sodium. It also has 2 percent of the daily value for iron.

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