Wed. Dec 1st, 2021

Conversion Chart

CONVERSION CHART is essential for us, historically, many systems of units have been used, Just be careful because is not the same a cup of sugar compare to a cup of flour in terms of grams or ounces. Same happens to liquids, milk vs oil. So we made this chart really easy to understand and break down main ingredients used in today’s kitchen like rice, almonds, brown sugar, water . We also have the Spanish version tazas a gramos.

3/4 cup

=
12 tablespoons or
6 fluid ounces

7/8 cup

=
3/4 cup
plus 2 tablespoons

3/8 cup

=
1/4 cup plus two tablespoons
1/2 cup minus two tablespoons
 

How many Tablespoon

3 teaspoons
=
1 tablespoon or
1/2 fluid ounce
1 tablespoon
=
3 teaspoons or
1/2 fluid ounce
2 tablespoons
=
1/8 cup or
1 fluid ounce
3 tablespoons
=
1 1/2 fluid ounces
4 tablespoons
=
1/4 cup or
2 fluid ounces
6 tablespoons
=
3/8 cup or
3 fluid ounces
8 tablespoons
=
1/2 cup or
4 fluid ounces or
1/4 pint
12 tablespoons
=
3/4 cup or
6 fluid ounces
16 tablespoons
=
1 cup or
8 fluid ounces or
1/2 pint

How many Cups & Ounces

1/8 cup
=
2 tablespoons or
1 fluid ounce
1/4 cup
=
4 tablespoons or
2 fluid ounces
1/3 cup
=
5 tablespoons
plus 1 teaspoon
1/2 cup
=
8 tablespoons or
4 fluid ounces or
1/4 pint
2/3 cup
=
10 tablespoons
plus 2 teaspoons
5/8 cup
=
1/2 cup
plus 2 tablespoons
1 cup
=
16 tablespoons or
8 fluid ounces or
1/2 pint
2 cups
=
1 pint or
16 fluid ounces
3 cups
=
1 1/2 pints or
24 fluid ounces
4 cups
=
1 quart or
32 fluid ounces
8 cups
=
2 quarts or
64 fluid ounces or
1/2 gallon

Pints & Quarts

1 pint
=
2 cups or
16 fluid ounces
2 pints
=
1 quart or
32 fluid ounces
1 quart
=
2 pints or
4 cups or
32 fluid ounces
4 quarts
=
1 gallon or
8 pints
1/2 gallon
=
2 quarts or
4 pints or
8 cups or
64 fluid ounces
1 gallon
=
4 quarts or
8 pints or
16 cups or
128 fluid ounces
1/4 pound
=
4 ounces
1/3 pound
=
6 ounces
1/2 pound
=
8 ounces
3/4 pound
=
12 ounces
1 pound
=
16 ounces

How Many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon?

There are three teaspoons in one tablespoon.

How Many Tablespoons in a Cup?

There are 16 tablespoons in one cup.

FAQ

What is an eighth of a cup?

An eighth of a cup equals 1/8 of a cup. Using the right type of measuring cup can determine the outcome of the recipe you are making. Likewise, it is tough to fit the exact amount of a liquid in a dry measuring cup without spilling it over the sides

2% of 2 cups

2% of 2 cups equals 1/5 for each cup. The cup is a cooking measure of volume, commonly associated with cooking and serving sizes. It is traditionally equal to one-half US pint (236.6 ml), or an amount between 200 ml and 250 ml (​15 and ​14 of a liter) in the metric system, which may vary due to location.

How many cups is 8 tbsp

8 Tablespoons equal ½ cup. A cup filled by dipping a cup into a container can weigh as much as 50% more than a cup filled by sifting flour into it!

How many tablespoons in an eighth of a cup

2 tablespoons equals an eighth of a cup. If you insist on measuring dry ingredients by volume, the trick is to make sure to practice until you can accurately scoop a cup of flour that weighs the same five ounces each and every time

8th of a cup

The 8th of a cup equals 2 tablespoons. A United States tablespoon is approximately 14.8 ml (0.50 US fl oz), a United Kingdom and Canadian tablespoon is exactly 15 ml (0.51 US fl oz),and an Australian tablespoon is 20 ml (0.68 US fl oz). The capacity of the utensil (as opposed to the measurement) is defined by neither law nor custom, and it may or may not significantly approximate the measurement.

How much is an eighth of a cup

An 8th of a cup equals 1/8 of 2 tablespoons, or 1 fl oz. In most places except Australia, one tablespoon equals three teaspoons—and one US tablespoon is 14.8 ml (0.50 US fl oz) or 15 ml (0.51 US fl oz).

How much is 4 cups

4 cups equal 64 tablespoons, which is the same as 946 ml. Remember that each cup equals 16 tablespoons, and 1 tablespoon equals 15ml. Also remember to check specially for each ingredient sugar, oil, butter, flour, powder sugar.

How many tablespoons in a cup

16 tablespoons make a cup. And 16 tablespoons make 1 miiliter, which is less than an ounce!

Tablespoons in a cup

A cup equals 16 tablespoons, and a cup equals 946 ml, which means that 946 ml equals 32 oz.

Tbsp to cup

16 tbsp equals 1 cup. 1 tablespoon equals tree teaspoons. There is no tablespoon at hand? Well, 1 cup equals 48 teaspoons.

How many tbsp in a cup

16 tbsp make a cup; 1 cup equals 32 oz of liquid. Remember that liquid and dry ingredients can be measure with the same amount with different tools.

Tablespoon to cup

16 tbsp = 1 cup

Tablespoons to cups

16 tablespoons equal 1 cup, and 1 cup makes 946 ml, which can be converted to 32 oz.

Tablespoon

A tablespoon equals 3 teaspoons, and 48 teaspoons can make a cup!

Do 2 tsp make 1 tbsp?

No. 3 tsp make 1 tbsp. Wet cups and dry cups are measured the same, as are wet and dry tablespoons and teaspoons. It’s important when measuring wet ingredients that you use a liquid measuring cup. While the amount you are measuring is the same as if it were dry, a liquid measuring cup allows you to reach the measurement you want without having anything spill over.

What is 1 12th of a cup?

1 12th of a cup equals 1 13 tablespoon. A tablespoon is traditionally equal to one-half US pint (236.6 ml), or an amount between 200 ml and 250 ml (​15 and ​14 of a liter) in the metric system, which may vary due to location.

Does 8 tbsp equal 1 cup?

No. 16 tbsp equal 1 cup. If there is no tablespoon around, 48 teaspoons can make 1 tablespoon.

How do you measure 1/8 of a cup?

You can measure 1/8 of a cup with 2 tablespoons. If you have no tablespoon around, 6 teaspoons can make 2 tablespoons.

What is 1/8 of a cup in tablespoons?

1/8 of a cup equals 2 tablespoons, and 6 teaspoons equal 2 tablespoons in case you have no tablespoon measure.

What is 3 tablespoons equal to in cups?

3 tablespoons equal 0.1875 Cups or 3/16 of a cup, which equals 44.36 mL.

What are three eights of a cup?

3/8 of a cup equals 3 oz, or 90 mL. which also equals to 6 tablespoons.

Does 8 tbsp equal 1 cup?

No. 16 tbsp make 1 cup. It is important when measuring wet ingredients that you use a liquid measuring cup. While the amount you are measuring is the same as if it were dry, a liquid measuring cup allows you to reach the measurement you want without having anything spill over.

Do 2 tsp make 1 tbsp?

No. 3 tsp make 1 tbsp. Take into account that measures vary depending on the location!

Do 16 tbsp equal 1 cup?

Yes, 16 tbsp equal 1 cup, and 48 teaspoons equal 1 cup too, because every 3 tsp equal 1 tbsp.

What is 10 tablespoons equal to in cups?

10 tablespoons equal 5/8 of a cup, or ½ cup plus 2 tablespoons. Remember that dry and liquid ingredients need to be measured according to their weight.

What is 1 12th of a cup?

1 12th of a cup equals 1 13 tablespoon

What is 1 tablespoon equal to in cups?

1 tablespoon equals 1/6 of a cup, which also equals to 3 teaspoons or ½ oz.

How many tablespoons are in a cup?

There are 16 tablespoons in a cup, but if you have no tablespoon for measuring, 48 teaspoons can make a cup too!

Story of Conversion Chart

In the past, many systems of measurement were defined on a local level, and could be based on factors as arbitrary as the length of a king’s thumb. While this may work on a local level, when considering trade, as well as science, having systems of units based on units that others may not be able to relate to or understand makes interaction difficult. As such, the development of more universal and consistent systems developed over time. Today, some of the systems of units in use include the metric system, the imperial system, and the United States customary units

Easy Convert 

 Liquids

cup milliters
1 cup 237 ml.
¾ cup 177 ml.
2/3 cup 158 ml.
½ cup 118 ml.
1/3 cup 79 ml.
¼ cup 59 ml.
   

Weight in a digital Balance

 
Grams Pounds
100 gr. 0.2 lb.
150 gr. 0.3 lb.
200 gr. 0.4 lb.
250 gr. 0.5 lb.
300 gr. 0.6 lb.
350 gr. 0.7 lb.
400 gr. 0.8 lb.
450 gr. 0.9 lb.
500 gr. 1.1 lb.
550 gr. 1.2 lb.
600 gr. 1.3 lb.
650 gr. 1.4 lb.
700 gr. 1.5 lb.
750 gr. 1.6 lb.
   

 

Laminated Almonds 

 Digital Balance
cups Grams
1/8 cup 10 grams
1/4 cup 20 grams
1/3 cup 25 grams
3/8 cup 30 grams
1/2 cup 40 grams
5/8 cup 50 grams
2/3 cup 55 grams
3/4 cup 60 grams
7/8 cup 70 grams
1 cup 80 grams
   

Almendras picadas

 
CUPS Grams
1/8 cup 25 grams
1/4 cup 50 grams
1/3 cup 65 grams
3/8 cup 75 grams
1/2 cup 100 grams
5/8 cup 125 grams
2/3 cup 135 grams
3/4 cup 150 grams
7/8 cup 175 grams
1 cup 200 grams
   

RICE

 
CUPS Grams
¼ cup 53 grams
1/3 cup 70 grams
½ cup 105 grams
5/8 cup 130 grams
2/3 cup 140 grams
¾ cup 158 grams

Rissoto o Arborio

 
CUPS Grams
¼ cup 50 grams
1/3 cup 70 grams
½ cup 100 grams
5/8 cup 125 grams
2/3 cup 133 grams
¾ cup 150 grams
1 cup 200 grams
   
   
   

White Sugar

 
CUPS Grams
1/8 cup 30 grams
1/4 cup 55 grams
1/3 cup 75 grams
3/8 cup 85 grams
1/2 cup 115 grams
5/8 cup 140 grams
2/3 cup 150 grams
3/4 cup 170 grams
7/8 cup 200 grams
1 cup 225 grams
   
   
   

Powder Sugar

 
Cups Grams
¼ cup 30 grams
1/3 cup 40 grams
½ cup 60 grams
5/8 cup 70 grams
2/3 cup 75 grams
¾ cup 85 grams
   
   

Brown Sugar

 
Cups Grams
¼ cup 63 grams
1/3 cup 83 grams
½ cup 125 grams
5/8 cup 156 grams
2/3 cup 167 grams
¾ cup 188 grams
1 cup 250 grams
   
   
   

 Cocoa

 
CUPS Grams
1/8 cup 15 grams
1/4 cup 30 grams
1/3 cup 40 grams
3/8 cup 45 grams
1/2 cup 60 grams
5/8 cup 70 grams
2/3 cup 75 grams
3/4 cup 85 grams
7/8 cup 100 grams
1 cup 125 grams
   

Coconut 

 
Cups Grams
1/8 cup 10 grams
1/4 cup 20 grams
1/3 cup 25 grams
3/8 cup 30 grams
1/2 cup 40 grams
5/8 cup 45 grams
2/3 cup 50 grams
3/4 cup 60 grams
7/8 cup 65 grams
1 cup 75 grams
   

Potato Flour or Mijo

 
Cups Grams
1/8 cup 10 grams
1/4 cup 25 grams
1/3 cup 35 grams
3/8 cup 40 grams
1/2 cup 50 grams
5/8 cup 60 grams
2/3 cup 65 grams
3/4 cup 75 grams
7/8 cup 85 grams
1 cup 100 grams
   

wheat Flour

 
cups Grams
1/8 cup 15 grams
1/4 cup 30 grams
1/3 cup 40 grams
3/8 cup 45 grams
1/2 cup 60 grams
5/8 cup 70 grams
2/3 cup 75 grams
3/4 cup 85 grams
7/8 cup 100 grams
1 cup 110 grams
   
   
   

Amaranth FLour ( NO Gluten )

 
Cups Grams
1/8 cup 10 grams
1/4 cup 20 grams
1/3 cup 25 grams
3/8 cup 30 grams
1/2 cup 50 grams
5/8 cup 60 grams
2/3 cup 65 grams
3/4 cup 70 grams
7/8 cup 85 grams
1 cup 95 grams
   

Yucca o manioc Flour

 
Cups grams
¼ cup 32 grams
1/3 cup 42 grams
½ cup 64 grams
5/8 cup 80 grams
2/3 cup 85 grams
¾ cup 95 grams
1 cup 127 grams
   
   
   

Almond Flour

 
cups grams
¼ cup 30 grams
1/3 cup 40 grams
½ cup 60 grams
5/8 cup 75 grams
2/3 cup 80 grams
¾ cup 90 grams
1 cup 120 grams
   
   
   

Corn Flour

 
cups grams
¼ cup 26 grams
1/3 cup 34 grams
½ cup 52 grams
5/8 cup 64 grams
2/3 cup 68 grams
¾ cup 77 grams
1 cup 100 grams
   
   
   

Rice Flour

 
cups grams
¼ cup 40 grams
1/3 cup 53 grams
½ cup 80 grams
5/8 cup 100 grams
2/3 cup 107 grams
¾ cup 120 grams
1 cup 160 grams
   
   
   

Butter or Margarine

 
cups grams
1/8 cup 30 grams
1/4 cup 55 grams
1/3 cup 75 grams
3/8 cup 85 grams
1/2 cup 115 grams
5/8 cup 140 grams
2/3 cup 150 grams
3/4 cup 170 grams
7/8 cup 200 grams
1 cup 225 grams
   

Maple Grade A

 
cups grams
1/8 cup 43 grams
¼ cup 85 grams
1/3 cup 113 grams
3/8 cup 128 grams
½ cup 170 grams
5/8 cup 213 grams
2/3 cup 227 grams
¾ cup 255 grams
7/8 cup 298 grams
1 cup 340 grams
   

Sémola / Polenta

 
cups grams
1/8 cup 20 grams
¼ cup 42 grams
1/3 cup 56 grams
3/8 cup 63 grams
½ cup 84 grams
5/8 cup 104 grams
2/3 cup 110 grams
¾ cup 125 grams
7/8 cup 146 grams
1 cup 167 grams
   

Heavy Cream

 
cups grams
1/8 cup 30 grams
¼ cup 60 grams
1/3 cup 82 grams
3/8 cup 92 grams
½ cup 123 grams
5/8 cup 153 grams
2/3 cup 163 grams
¾ cup 184 grams
7/8 cup 214 grams
1 cup 245 grams

International System of Units

The International System of Units (SI) is the standard metric system that is currently used, and consists of seven SI base units of length, mass, time, temperature, electric current, luminous intensity, and amount of substance. Although SI is used almost universally in science (including in the US), some countries such as the United States still use their own system of units. This is partly due to the substantial financial and cultural costs involved in changing a measurement system compared to the potential benefit of using a standardized system.

Since US customary units (USC) are so entrenched in the United States, and SI is already used in most applications where standardization is important, everyday use of USC is still prevalent in the United States, and is unlikely to change. As such, many unit converters including this Conversion Calculator exist, and will continue to do so to ensure that people globally are able to communicate different measurements effectively.

Use this Conversion Chart to convert between commonly used units.