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Calories in Cheese Cubes

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Calories in Cheese Cubes
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Sharp or mild, cheese cubes provide a nutrient-dense snack or they can lend a distinct taste and creamy texture to a variety of dishes, from appetizers to entrees. Like other forms of cheese, cheese cubes derive most of their calories from protein and fat.

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One cup of diced cheddar cheese contains 532 calories, reports the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Nutrient Database. A single serving of seven cheddar cheese cubes provides approximately 120 calories.


A cup of diced cheddar cheese provides 32.87 g protein, 43.74 g fat and 1.69 g carbohydrates. A single serving of cheddar cheese cubes typically contains approximately 7 g protein, 10 g fat and just about 1 g carbohydrates.


Like other dairy products, cheese cubes are a rich source of calcium, with a single serving providing approximately 20 percent of the recommended daily allowance of calcium for an adult. Additional nutrients present in cheese cubes include potassium, vitamin A and vitamin D.

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