How many calories does a full chocolate cake have?
There are about 1,500-2,500 calories in a full chocolate cake, depending on the size of the cake and the recipe used.
It depends a lot on factors of the cake, such as icing, layers, fillings, decorations (sprinkles, shaved chocolate, piping, ect.) and they type of cake (milk chocolate, baking chocolate, dark chocolate, ect.). Generally, a small slice of fairly simple and plain chocolate cake will be about 200 calories. A large slice can be about 400 calories. But a more complex cake can be up to 700 or 800 calories a slice.
There is no exact number. The range in calories is very wide, based on simple factors like size, type of cake, ingredients, frosting, decorations, filling, number of layers, and so on. A simple piece of non-fristed vanilla cake can be 100 calories. A decadent chocolate cake with layers of fudge, nuts, chocolate, crunchies, and multiple layers with a choclate icing could easily be 800 calories.
1/2 a cup of Nubi Yogurt is equal to 4 oz. 4 oz. is equal to 80 calories. So, if you want a low calorie treat a 1-1/2 cup of Nubi Yogurt is aprox 250 calories. This is a very generous portion. A large chocolate muffin with chocolate chips is over 600 calories or a slice of chocolate cake with frosting is 400 calories.
If the chocolate cake is store bought, the calorie content is usually listed on the packaging. If the chocolate cake is homemade, the calorie content is determined by all the ingredients used, the quantities of those ingredients, and the weight of your slice. Please feel free to ask the question again and include more detail.