Are you looking to tuck into some cotton candy? Are you concerned about the sugar content? I’m not surprised. Besides, this sweet confectionary is literally made by spinning pure sugar! Thankfully, it may not be as bad as you might think.
So, how much sugar is in cotton candy? The average cone, stick or serving of cotton candy (14g weight) has around 14g of sugar. There tends to be 1g of sugar for every 1g of flossing sugar used. However, the amount of cotton candy and brand of flossing sugar can influence this total.
While cotton candy is voluminous, a lot of this has to do with the way it is produced.
The sugar is literally spun and melted through tiny air holes, expanding out the candy and therefore making it go much further.
As such, cotton candy is essentially sugar and air.
And we all know there is no sugar in air!
But what about the calories, or fat even? Let’s take a look!
Cotton Candy Nutrition
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Is cotton candy a lot of sugar?
Cotton candy is considered to have a lot of sugar, at least compared to most other foods. However, comparatively speaking, a serving of cotton candy is typically similar to a can of soda/piece or two of fruit.
How many grams of sugar is in 1 oz of cotton candy?
There are around 28g of sugar in 1oz of cotton candy. Although this may vary depending on the brand.
How many tablespoons of sugar are in cotton candy?
There are typically between 1-2 tablespoons of sugar in your average serving of cotton candy.
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Hello, I’m Matthew – a candy enthusiast and the founder of Sugar Stand. I created this site to share everything I learn about the world of candy – from brands, and products all the way through to recommendations and opinions. If you have a sweet tooth like me, you’ve come to the right place!