How many calories is 1 breakfast sausage link?

170 Calories
Fat13 g
Carbs2 g
Fiber0 g
Protein10 g

How many calories are in 2 breakfast sausage links?

There are 170 calories in 1 serving 2 links of Fresh Pork Sausage.

Other common serving sizes.
Serving SizeCalories
1 serving 2 links170
100 g304
Feb 4, 2008

How many calories are in 4 breakfast sausage links?

176 calories
There are 176 calories in 4 small patties of Pork Sausage Patty or Link. * The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet.

How many calories are in a whole sausage link?

There are 389 calories in 100 grams of Pork Link Sausage (Smoked).

Other common serving sizes.
Serving SizeCalories
1 oz110
1 link (4″ long x 1-1/8″ dia)265
100 g389
Feb 4, 2008

How many calories are in 3 breakfast sausage links?

3 Sausage Links
Nutrition Facts
For a Serving Size of 1 serving
How many calories are in 3 Sausage Links? Amount of calories in 3 Sausage Links: Calories 180Calories from Fat 144 (80%)
% Daily Value *
How much fat is in 3 Sausage Links? Amount of fat in 3 Sausage Links: Total Fat 16g

How many calories are in 5 breakfast sausage?

There are 426 calories in 5 links of Fresh Pork Sausage.

How many calories is a small sausage link?

There are 62 calories in 1 little link of Smoked Pork Sausage Link.

How many calories in a Bob Evans sausage link?

140 Calories
Fat11 g
Carbs0 g
Fiber0 g
Protein9 g

How many calories in a Jimmy Dean sausage link?

260
Nutrition Facts
Calories 260(1087 kJ)
Dietary Fiber0 g0%
Sugars0.5 g
Protein8 g
Calcium20 mg

How many calories in a fried sausage link?

Pork sausage, link/patty, cooked, pan-fried
Amount Per Serving
Calories88
% Daily Value
Protein 5g10%
Total Fat 7g9%

How many calories are in 4 oz of pork sausage?

345 calories
There are 345 calories in 4 ounces of Fresh Pork Sausage.

How many calories should I be eating to lose weight?

In general, if you cut 500 to 1,000 calories a day from your typical diet, you’ll lose about 1 pound (0.5 kilogram) a week. It sounds simple. However, it’s more complex because when you lose weight, you usually lose a combination of fat, lean tissue and water.