Convert Cups to Grams
If you don’t want to convert every recipe from cups to grams, you can also buy a set of cups and spoons. I have made this purchase, but don’t use it. Converting cups to grams is easy and after all I weigh everything. Below is a conversion overview for dry and wet ingredients. From cups to grams and from spoons to millilitres.
Important note: a cup with flower has not the same grams as a cup with brown sugar.
Do you miss an important ingredient? Let me know.
Cups to Grams for Dry Ingredients
|Ingredients||1 cup||3/4 cup||2/3 cup||1/2 cup||1/3 cup||1/4 cup|
Cups to Grams for Liquid Ingredients
|Cup or Spoon||ML||Tablespoon|
|1/2 teaspoon||2.5 ml|
|1 teaspoon||5 ml|
|1 tablespoon||15 ml||1 tbsp|
|1/8 cup||30 ml||2 tbsp|
|1/4 cup||60 ml||4 tbsp|
|1/3 cup||80 ml|
|1/2 cup||120 ml||8 tbsp|
|1 cup||240 ml||16 tbsp|
|1,5 cup||350 ml|
|2 cups||475 ml|
|3 cups||700 ml|
|4 cups||950 ml|
|5 cups||1200 ml||80 tbsp|
|6 cups||1440 ml||96 tbsp|
|8 cups||1920 ml||128 tbsp|
|10 cups||2400 ml||160 tbsp|
FAQ Convert Cups to Grams
Below you can find the most frequently asked questions:
What is a Cup?
A cup is used to measure the amount of ingredients that is needed for a recipe. This method mainly is used in USA, United Kingdom and Australia.
Which method is easier Cups or Grams?
It really depends on your own baking style. I’m always using a digital food scale to measure the ingredients. If you have a set of cups that can also be easy.
What is the difference between a Cup of Dry Ingredients and Liquid Ingredients?
It really depends on the ingredients. A cup of liquid is 240 ml. A cup of Butter (Dry ingredient) is also 240 grams, but a cup with rice is 190 grams.