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Baking Conversion Charts for Cooking and Baking

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Our Baking Conversion Charts are sure to take your baking to the next level. Say goodbye to measurement uncertainties and hello to perfect recipes. Let’s make and bake the world a better place together.

Your Ultimate Guide to Baking Measurements, Conversion Chart

Baking Conversion Charts: Abbreviations for Imperial Measurements

  • tbsp. = tablespoon
  • tsp.  = teaspoon
  • fl. oz. or fl oz = fluid ounce
  • oz. = ounce
  • c = cup
  • pt = pint
  • qt. = quart
  • gal = gallon
  • mL = milliliter
  • L = liter
  • lb. = pound
  • F = Fahrenheit
  • C = Celsius
  • °F = Degrees Fahrenheit
  • °C = Degrees Celsius

Baking Conversion Charts: Abbreviations for Metric Measurements

  • g = gram
  • kg = kilogram
  • mL = milliliter
  • L = liter
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Making baking a piece of cake with Baking Conversion Chart

Baking Conversion Charts: Other General Abbreviations

  • hr = hour(s)
  • min = minute(s)
  • doz = dozen
  • S = Small
  • M = Medium
  • L = Large
  • XL = Extra Large

Baking Conversion Charts: Essential Cooking Measurements that Are Fundamental

  • Dash = less than ⅛ teaspoon (tsp.)
  • 1 teaspoon (tsp.) = ⅓ tablespoon (tbsp.) = 5 milliliter (mL)
  • 1 tablespoon (tbsp.) = ½ fluid ounce (fl.oz) = 15 milliliter (mL)
  • 1 fluid ounce (fl. oz.) = ⅛ cup (c) = 30 milliliter (mL)
  • ¼ cup (c) = 2 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 4 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 59 milliliter (mL)
  • ⅓ cup (c) = 2.7 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 5 tablespoons (tbsp.) and 1 teaspoon (tsp.) = 79 milliliter (mL)
  • ½ cup (c) = 4 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 8 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 118 milliliter (mL)
  • ⅔ cup (c) = 5.3 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 10 tablespoons (tbsp.) and 2 teaspoons (tsp.) = 158 milliliter (mL)
  • ¾ cup (c) = 6 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 12 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 177 milliliter (mL)
  • 1 cup (c) = 8 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 16 tablespoons (tbsp.) = ½ pint (pt) = 237 milliliter (mL)
  • 2 cups (c) = 16 fluid ounces (fl. oz.)  = 32 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 1 pint (pt) = 475 milliliter (mL)
  • 4 cups (c) = 32 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 2 pints (pt) = 1 quart (qt) = 946 milliliter (mL)
  • 2 pints (pt) = 1 quart (qt.)
  • 4 quarts (qt) = 1 gallon (gal) = 3.8 liter (L)
  • 16 ounces (oz) = 1 pound (lb.)

The Volume Conversion Chart facilitates the conversion of various volume units, including teaspoons, tablespoons, milliliters, fluid ounces, and cups. Below are the commonly used volume conversion values

  • 1 teaspoon (tsp.) = ⅓ tablespoon (tbsp.) = 5 milliliter (mL)
  • 1 tablespoon (tbsp.) = 3 teaspoons (tsp.) = 15 milliliter (mL)
  • 4 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 2 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 59 milliliter (mL) = ¼ cup (c)
  • 8 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 4 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 118 milliliter (mL) = ½ cup (c)
  • 12 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 6 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 177 milliliter (mL) = ¾ cup (c)
  • 16 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 8 fluid ounces (fl. oz.) = 237 milliliter (mL) = 1 cup (c)

Converting Gallons into Quarts, Pints, Cups, Fluid Ounces, and Liters can be expressed through the following equivalences

  • 1 cup (c) = 8 ounces (oz.), 48 teaspoons (tsp.), 16 tablespoons (tbsp.), ½ pint (pt), ¼ quart (qt.)
  • 1 pint (pt) = ½ quart (qt.), 2 cups (c), 16 fluid ounces (fl. oz.), 0.125 gallons (gal), ⅕ liter = (L)
  • 1 quart (qt.) = 2 pints (pt), 4 cups (c), 32 fluid ounces (fl. oz.), ¼ gallon (gal), 0.95 liters = (L)
  • 1 gallon (gal) = 4 quarts (qt.), 8 pints (pt), 16 cups (c), 128 fluid ounces (fl. oz.), 3.8 liters = (L)

Kitchen Measurement Chart ensuring accurate Conversion between Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C), as well as Gas Marks

Conversion table
Gas markDegrees ° FahrenheitDegrees ° CelsiusDescription
14225107Very slow/very low
12250121Very slow/very low
1275135Slow/low
2300149Slow/low
3325163Moderately slow/warm
4350177Moderate/medium
5375191Moderate/moderately hot
6400204Moderately hot
7425218Hot
8450232Hot/very hot
9475246Very hot
10
(omitted in most tables)
500260Extremely hot

Baking Conversion Charts: Common Conversions for Butter Measurements

  • ¼ cup (c) butter = ½ stick = 4 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 12 teaspoons (tsp.) = 2 oz. = 57 grams (g)
  • ½ cup (c) butter = 1 stick = 8 tablespoons (tbsp.) = 16 teaspoons (tsp.) = 4 oz. = ¼ pounds (lb.) = 113 grams (g)
  • 1 cup (c) butter = 1½ sticks = 12 tablespoon (tbsp.) = 36 teaspoons (tsp.) = 8 oz. = ½ pounds (lb.) = 227 grams (g)

Frequently used conversions from US cups to grams for popular baking ingredients

  • 1 cup (c) of all-purpose flour [All-purpose flour is a medium-gluten white flour for all types of baked goods, from pizza dough to bread, pie crusts, cakes, and cookies] = 125 grams (g) = 4.41 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of almond flour = 96 grams (g) = 3.39 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of brown sugar = 200 grams (g) = 7.05 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of caster sugar [also known as superfine sugar] = 225 grams (g) = 7.94 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of granulated sugar [White sugar, also called table sugar, granulated sugar, or regular sugar] = 200 grams (g) = 7.05 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of confectioners’ sugar [Powdered sugar, also called confectioners’ sugar, or icing sugar] = 125 grams (g) = 4.41 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) honey = 340 grams (g) = 12 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of butter = 227 grams (g) = 8 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of milk = 244 grams (g) = 8.61 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of heavy cream = 238 grams (g) = 8.4 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of water = 237 grams (g) = 8.35 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 mashed bananas = 225 grams (g) = 7.94 ounces (oz.)
  • 1 cup (c) of chocolate chips = 160 grams (g) = 5.64 ounces (oz.)

Baking Conversion Charts

Alright, wrapping it up – our Baking Conversion Charts are the secret weapons for baking awesomeness. No more scratching your head over measurements; these charts are your kitchen sidekicks for making recipes spot-on. They turn the baking process into a smooth, foolproof dance, ensuring your goodies are top-notch every time. So, let the good times roll in the kitchen, armed with our trusty charts, and whip up some seriously magical treats. Happy baking, and may your kitchen adventures be full of tasty triumphs!

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  2. What a great resource. I always need the ML equivalents. Thanks for sharing this post at the Will Blog for Comments #20 linkup this week. I hope to see you there next week also sharing more posts–new or old! Have a great week.

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