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Cakes Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL)


Last Update - 13th January 2016

Your search for Cakes returned the following food items.The item in this description with the lowest GI is Corn muffin, low-amylose with a GI of 102. This is classed as a food item with a high GI level.

The item in the list based around Cakes with the highest GI is Scones, plain, made from packet mix (Defiance Milling Co, Australia) which has a GI value of 92 ± 8. This glycemic index is classed as a high level index.

The range for the GI is -10 under the description Cakes.All of the items are classed in the high levels.

Please click on the item to display the Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL) which can be scaled for different food servings.

Cakes - GI and GL List

Corn muffin, low-amylose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 102 (high)
Glycemic Load = 52 (high) for a typical serving size of 57g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 30 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 29 g
Pancakes, buckwheat, gluten-free, made from packet mix (Orgran Natural Foods, Carrum Downs, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 102 ± 11 (high)
Glycemic Load = 29 (high) for a typical serving size of 77g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 22 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 22 g
Chocolate cake made from packet mix with chocolate frosting (Betty Crocker; General Mills Inc, Minneapolis, MN, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 38 ± 3 (low)
Glycemic Load = 18 (medium) for a typical serving size of 111g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 20 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 52 g
Vanilla cake made from packet mix with vanilla frosting (Betty Crocker, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 42 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 22 (high) for a typical serving size of 111g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 24 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 58 g
Apple, made with sugar, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 44 ± 6 (low)
Glycemic Load = 21 (high) for a typical serving size of 60g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 29 g
Sponge cake, plain, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 46 ± 6 (low)
Glycemic Load = 26 (high) for a typical serving size of 63g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 36 g
Banana cake, made with sugar, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 47 ± 8 (low)
Glycemic Load = 22 (high) for a typical serving size of 80g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 18 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 38 g
Apple, made without sugar, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 48 ± 10 (low)
Glycemic Load = 15 (medium) for a typical serving size of 60g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g
Corn muffin, high-amylose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 49 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Chocolate butterscotch, made from packet mix (Defiance Milling Co, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 53 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 30 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 15 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 28 g
Pound cake (Sara Lee Canada, Bramalea, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 54 (low)
Glycemic Load = 29 (high) for a typical serving size of 53g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 15 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 28 g
Apple, oat, and sultana, made from packet mix (Defiance Milling Co, Acacia Ridge, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 54 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 28 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 14 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 26 g
Banana cake, made without sugar, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 ± 10 (low)
Glycemic Load = 20 (high) for a typical serving size of 80g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 16 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 29 g
Blueberry (Culinar Inc, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 59 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 30 (high) for a typical serving size of 57g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 29 g
Pastry, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 59 ± 6 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 27 (high) for a typical serving size of 57g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 15 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 26 g
Bran (Grandma Martin’s Muffins; Culinar Inc, Aurora, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 60 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 25 (high) for a typical serving size of 57g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 14 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 24 g
Apricot, coconut, and honey, made from packet mix (Defiance Milling Co, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 60 ± 4 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 31 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 16 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 26 g
Carrot (Culinar Inc, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 35 (high) for a typical serving size of 57g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 20 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 32 g
Flan cake (Weston’s Bakery, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 65 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 45 (high) for a typical serving size of 70g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 31 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 48 g
Banana, oat and honey, made from packet mix (Defiance Milling Co, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 65 ± 11 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 34 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 26 g
Angel food cake (Loblaw’s, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 39 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 19 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 29 g
Croissant (Food City, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 31 (high) for a typical serving size of 57g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 26 g
Pancakes, prepared from shake mix (Green’s General Foods, Glendenning, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 ± 5 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 49 (high) for a typical serving size of 80g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 39 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 58 g
Crumpet (Dempster’s Corporate Foods Ltd, Etobicoke, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 69 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 26 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g
Oatmeal, made from mix (Quaker Oats Co of Canada, Peterborough, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 69 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 48 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 24 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 35 g
Cupcake, strawberry-iced (Squiggles; Farmland, Grocery Holdings, Tooronga, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 73 ± 12 (high)
Glycemic Load = 50 (high) for a typical serving size of 38g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 19 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 26 g
Doughnut, cake type (Loblaw’s, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 76 (high)
Glycemic Load = 37 (high) for a typical serving size of 47g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 23 g
Waffles (Aunt Jemima; Quaker Oats Co of Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 76 (high)
Glycemic Load = 28 (high) for a typical serving size of 35g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 13 g
Pikelets (Golden brand; Tip Top Bakeries, Chatswood, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 85 ± 14 (high)
Glycemic Load = 45 (high) for a typical serving size of 40g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 18 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 21 g
Lamingtons (sponge dipped in chocolate and coconut) (Farmland, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 87 ± 17 (high)
Glycemic Load = 50 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 25 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 29 g
Scones, plain, made from packet mix (Defiance Milling Co, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 92 ± 8 (high)
Glycemic Load = 33 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 8 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 9 g

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