Cooking and Baking Conversions can be difficult to remember. How many cups in a quart? How many Tablespoons in a cup? How many teaspoons in a Tablespoon? Fahrenheit to Celsius, Imperial to Metric and more. We're here to help you out and included a few printables for you to print for easy reference. Maybe you want to make a triple batch of something, or a ¼ batch. Knowing kitchen math will help you know how to get accurate measurements.
Want to double a batch of Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies? Or maybe you want to make a ½ batch of Chocolate Revel Bars. These cooking conversions can help you with this!
Common Conversions for Baking
|1 cup flour||4.2 oz||120 grams|
|1 cup whole wheat flour||4.6 oz||140 grams|
|1 cup almond flour||3.9 oz||112 grams|
|1 cup quick oats||2.8 oz||80 grams|
|1 cup powdered sugar||4.1 oz||115 grams|
|1 cup sugar||7.2 oz||200 grams|
|1 cup brown sugar||7.4 oz||210 grams|
|1 cup sour cream||8.6 oz||240 grams|
|1 cup whole milk||8.6 oz||240 grams|
Measuring Equivalents for Volume
|1 cup||8 oz||16 Tbsp||48 tsp||240 ml|
|¾ cup||6 oz||12 Tbsp||36 tsp||180 ml|
|⅔ cup||5 ⅓ oz||10.6 Tbsp||32 tsp||160 ml|
|½ cup||4 oz||8 Tbsp||24 tsp||120 ml|
|⅓ cup||2 ⅔ oz||5.3 Tbsp||16 tsp||80 ml|
|¼ cup||2 oz||4 Tbsp||12 tsp||60 ml|
|⅛ cup||1 oz||2 Tbsp||6 tsp||30 ml|
|1/16 cup||½ oz||1 Tbsp||3 tsp||15 ml|
|1/48 cup||⅙ oz||⅓ Tbsp||1 teaspoon||5 ml|
More Volume Measurement Equivalents
|1 gallon||128 oz||4 quart||8 pint||16 cup|
|½ gallon||64 oz||2 quart||4 pint||8 cup|
|¼ gallon||32 oz||1 quart||2 pint||4 cup|
|⅛ gallon||16 oz||½ quart||1 pint||2 cup|
|1/16 gallon||8 oz||¼ quart||½ pint||1 cup|
Baking Conversions Farenheit and Celsius
|275 degrees F||140 degrees C||1||Very Cool or Very Slow|
|300 degrees F||150 degrees C||2||Cool or Slow|
|325 degrees F||165 degrees C||3||Warm|
|350 degrees F||177 degrees C||4||Moderate|
|375 degrees F||190 degrees C||5||Moderate|
|400 degrees F||200 degrees C||6||Moderately Hot|
|425 degrees F||220 degrees C||7||Hot|
|450 degrees F||230 degrees C||8||Hot|
|475 degrees F||245 degrees C||9||Hot|
|500 degrees F||260 degrees C||10||Very Hot|
I've designed some printables for you to print off and hang inside your kitchen cabinets 😉
Common Baking & Cooking Volume Conversions
Common Large Volume Conversions
Common Oven Conversions Imperial/ Metric
Common Foods Conversions Metric / Imperial
Volume is where we go teaspoons to Tablespoons, cup to quarts, ounces and gallons! If you remember there are 3 teaspoons in a Tablespoon and 16 Tablespoons in a cup, most of your baking and cooking needs will be met. Knowing these things will help when trying to double or half a recipe.
There are 3 teaspoons in a Tablespoon.
There are 1 ½ teaspoons in a half Tablespoon.
There are 2 Tablespoons in 1 ounce.
There are 16 Tablespoons in a cup.
There are 2 cups in a pint.
There are 4 cups in a quart.
There are 8 cups in a half gallon.
There are 16 cups in a gallon.
There are 8 pints in a gallon.
There are 2 pints in a quart.
There are 4 quarts in a gallon.
There are 48 teaspoons in a gallon.
There are 128 ounces in a gallon.
There are 8 ounces in a cup.
There are 32 ounces in a quart.
There are 16 ounces in a pint.
A pinch is 1/16 of a teaspoon.
A dash is ⅛ teaspoon or 2 pinches.
There are 8 ounces in 1 cup of butter.
There are 4 sticks (US) in one pound of butter.
There are 8 Tablespoons in a half cup.
There are 8 Tablespoons in a stick of butter.
A stick of butter is ½ cup or 8 Tablespoons butter.
There are 4 ounces in a half cup.
No. There are 3 teaspoons in a Tablespoon, and 1 ½ teaspoons in ½ Tablespoon.
There are 1 ½ teaspoons in ½ Tablespoon.
¾ teaspoon equals ¼ Tablespoon.
There are 1 ½ teaspoons in a ½ Tablespoon.
There are 6 "½ teaspoons" in 1 Tablespoon. There are 3 teaspoons in a Tablespoon.
¼ Tablespoon equals ¾ teaspoon or ⅛ ounce.
There are 1 ½ teaspoon in ½ Tbsp.
There are 3 teaspoon in 1 tbsp.
Metric to Imperial and vice versa conversions
Maybe you live in America and have a great recipe from the Great British Baking Show that you want to try, but don't have a scale. These conversions can be tricky since in the Metric system they go by weight for measurements, and the Imperial system is measured in volume. Weight allows for more accuracy, but volume allows for more ease.
There are 140 grams in a cup of flour
There are 150 grams in a cup of sugar.
There are 5 milliliters in a teaspoon.
There are 15 milliliters in a Tablespoon.
There are 240 milliliters in a cup.
There are 34 ounces in a liter.
There are 4 ¼ oz in one cup of flour.
350 degrees Fahrenheit = 180 degrees Celsius.
375 degrees Fahrenheit = 190 degrees Celsius.
400 degrees Fahrenheit = 205 degrees Celsius.
425 degrees Fahrenheit = 220 degrees Celsius.
450 degrees Fahrenheit = 230 degrees Celsius.
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