Favourite Maggie Beer Products Calorie Ranked

Everyone’s favourite food guru from the Barossa, Maggie Beer, has some great products and we’ve calorie ranked them for you. If you’ve ever wanted to know how many calories there are in that quintessential Quince Paste or the ever-popular pate, just scroll down this list, ranked from lowest to highest calories, to find out!

Maggie Beer with her products
Maggie Beer

We’ve covered our faves below, but if yours isn’t listed and you want to do some shopping you can check out her website yourself!

Maggie Beer Verjuice 16 Calories

Maggie Beer Verjuice has 16 calories, or 65 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 0 grams of fat, 0.1g protein, and no carbohydrates. There are 0 grams of sugar and 5mg sodium included. Maggie Beer’s Verjuice is an incredibly versatile product made from the juice of unfermented grapes. You can use Maggie Beer’s Verjuice as a gentle acidulant wherever you might find lemon juice or vinegar too tart.

Maggie Beer Red Wine Vinegar 16 Calories

This Red Wine Vinegar is aged in old oak barrels, and like wine, vinegar softens over time if unopened. This product is especially good as a base for salad dressing or vinaigrette. Maggie Beer Red Wine Vinegar has 16 calories, or 65 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 0 grams of fat, 0.1g protein, and no carbohydrates. There are 0 grams of sugar and 5mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Tomato & Basil Sugo 54 Calories

Maggie Beer Tomato & Basil Sugo has 54 calories, or 227 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 1.6 grams of fat, 1.6g protein, and 7.5 grams of carbohydrates. There are 6 grams of sugar and 389mg sodium included. Sugo is a traditional Italian style, slow-cooked sauce for stirring through pasta, adding to soup, or spooning over pizza bases. It’s made with slow-cooked vine-ripened tomatoes with onions, garlic, and basil.

Maggie Beer Pasta Sauce Sugo Tomato Chilli 54 Calories

This is the hot one! Maggie Beer Pasta Sauce Sugo Tomato Chilli has 54 calories, or 227 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 1.6 grams of fat, 1.6g protein, and 7.5 grams of carbohydrates. There are 6 grams of sugar and 389mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Vino Cotto 79 Calories

Maggie Beer Vino Cotto has 79 calories, or 329 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 15 grams of carbohydrates. There are 15 grams of sugar and 23mg sodium included. Made from the must of grapes, it works in any situation where you might use balsamic vinegar. For example, the classic strawberries and balsamic combination is taken to a whole new level with the use of Vino Cotto.

Maggie Beer Quince Paste 233 Calories

Its the famous Quince Paste! Maggie’s love for the quince came from the beauty of the tree in flower, so after reading about it she trialled her first “membrillo”, or Quince Paste. It makes cheese taste better, and will delight your guests and taste buds when you add it to a cheese board. Pro-tip: melt any leftover Quince Paste with a dash of Verjuice and brush over a rack of lamb before roasting for fancy restaurant-style flavour! Maggie Beer Quince Paste has 233 calories, or 976 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 1 grams of fat, 1g protein, and 60 grams of carbohydrates. There are 53 grams of sugar and 19mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Plum Paste 263 Calories

Maggie Beer Plum Paste has 263 calories, or 1100 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 1 grams of fat, 1g protein, and 62 grams of carbohydrates. There are 57 grams of sugar and 9.4mg sodium included. Use this Plum Paste by adding it to a stock-based sauce, particularly when cooking duck or game.

Maggie Beer Fig & Walnut Paste 284 Calories

If you like the subtle flavours of fig, you will enjoy this paste made with sweet figs and walnuts. It is the perfect accompaniment with washed rind cheese, hard sheep’s milk cheese, goat’s cheese & blue cheese. Maggie Beer Fig & Walnut Paste has 284 calories, or 1190 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 1.8 grams of fat, 1.8g protein, and 64 grams of carbohydrates. There are 60 grams of sugar and 17mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Pheasant Farm Pate 299 Calories

Maggie Beer Pheasant Farm Pate has 299 calories, or 1250 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 24 grams of fat, 17g protein, and 1.3 grams of carbohydrates. There are 0.2 grams of sugar and 970mg sodium included. This is the product that put Maggie Beer on the foodie map, way back in the 1990s. Made from chicken livers, it is crafted with beautiful, all-natural ingredients.

Maggie Beer Duck & Orange Pate 299 Calories

If the chicken-liver pate is a bit pedestrian for your tastes, then try an upgrade to this indulgent duck-liver and orange luxury spread. Maggie Beer Duck & Orange Pate has 299 calories, or 1250 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 24 grams of fat, 17g protein, and 1.3 grams of carbohydrates. There are 0.2 grams of sugar and 970mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Traditional Camembert 366 Calories

Maggie Beer Traditional Camembert has 366 calories, or 1530 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 32.5 grams of fat, 17g protein, and 2 grams of carbohydrates. There are 1 grams of sugar and 500mg sodium included. It is a soft cheese with a nutty flavour and a wonderfully soft, creamy mouthfeel that develops over time to become truly velvety in texture.

Maggie Beer Vintage Cheddar 380 Calories

No messing about with this extra-crumbly aged cheddar. It is the definitive hard cheese. Maggie Beer Vintage Cheddar has 380 calories, or 1590 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 31 grams of fat, 23g protein, and 1 grams of carbohydrates. There are 1 grams of sugar and 931mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Olive Tapenade Cheddar 380 Calories

Maggie Beer Olive Tapenade Cheddar has 380 calories, or 1590 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 31 grams of fat, 23g protein, and 1 grams of carbohydrates. There are 1 grams of sugar and 931mg sodium included. If you like your cheddar flavoured, and you enjoy olives, then you must try this Kalamata olive tapenade.

Maggie Beer Triple Cream Brie 406 Calories

This luscious Brie has cream added to the milk before the curd making stage, boosting the amount of butterfat to give a distinctive buttery mouthfeel. Maggie Beer Triple Cream Brie has 406 calories, or 1700 kilojoules, per 100 grams. Most of these calories come from 39 grams of fat, 14.4g protein, and 1 grams of carbohydrates. There are 1 grams of sugar and 580mg sodium included.

Maggie Beer Extra Virgin Olive Oil 884 Calories

Australian-made Maggie Beer Extra Virgin Olive Oil has 884 calories, or 3700 kilojoules, per 100 grams. All of these calories come from 100 grams of fat, 0g protein, and no carbohydrates.

Maggie Beer Products are Fancy

Yup, we said it, Maggie Beer’s food products are “fancy”. Not in the highbrow French Restaurant Haute Cuisine sort of way, but like the lady herself, Maggie Beer products ooze sophistication whilst retaining a down-to-earth farm-bred gravitas. They’re a cut above your average supermarket brands, with tantalising flavour combinations and heritage-driven ingredient choices. However, in terms of calories, they are no more or less what you’d expect from other brand products. At the end of the day, taste has no calories. If you want to try some Maggie Beer products for yourself, head on over to their site:

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