Want to know how many tablespoons in a fluid ounce? Learn how to convert fluid ounces to tablespoons (fl oz to tbsp) and enjoy these ounces to tablespoons conversions.
There are numerous conversions to be confused with, and one of them is between ounces and tablespoons.
This handy tool is devoted to volume measurements: fluid ounces and tablespoons.
To convert from dry ounces to tablespoons and tablespoons to ounces, you must know the density of the ingredient you use.
So, let's find the answer to the most common question: how many tablespoons in "x" number of ounces?
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Fluid ounces and tablespoons
Fluid ounces and tablespoons are both units of volume. They are the most common kitchen measuring units used by chefs, home cooks, and cooking enthusiasts to measure liquid ingredients.
A liquid ounce is abbreviated as fl oz or oz fl, a tablespoon is most commonly abbreviated T, tbsp, tbs, or rare tblspn.
A tablespoon is mainly used for serving, it is the largest spoon used for eating in some parts of Canada.
1 US tablespoon = 3 teaspoons, 1/16 cup, ½ fluid ounces, 0.03 US liquid pint, 0.000014787 cubic meters, or 14.8 milliliters.
1 metric tablespoon equals 15 ml.
1 Imperial tablespoon = 3 imperial teaspoons, 0.06 Imperial cup, 0.625 imperial fluid ounces, 0.03 Imperial pint, or 18 milliliters.
Australian tablespoon has a different volume from the ones mentioned above.
1 Australian tablespoon = ⅔ fl oz, 4 teaspoons, and 20 ml.
A fluid ounce (aka regular ounce) is a United States customary and Imperial unit of volume. So US liquid ounce is different from the Imperial fluid ounce.
How much is a fluid ounce?
1 US fl oz = 1/128 US gallon, 1/32 US quart, 1/16 US pint, ⅛ US cup, 2 US tablespoons, or 6 US teaspoons.
1 fl oz Imperial = 0.00625 Imperial gallon, 1/40 Imperial quart, 1/20 Imperial pint, 1/10 Imperial cup, 1.6 Imperial tablespoons, or 4.8 Imperial teaspoons.
How many tablespoons in an fl oz
1 fl oz to a tablespoon (1 fl oz to tbsp)
How many tablespoons in one fluid ounce?
1 fl oz = 2 tbsp (US system), so
there are 2 tablespoons in a fluid ounce.
How many Imperial tablespoons in one Imperial fluid ounce?
1 fl oz Imperial = 1.6 tbsp Imperial (Imperial system), so
there are 1.6 Imperial tablespoons in an Imperial fluid ounce.
How to convert ounces to tablespoons
To convert US fluid ounces to tablespoons, divide the number of fluid ounces by 0.5, where 0.5 is a conversion factor:
tablespoons = fl oz ÷ 0.5, or
multiply the volume by the conversion ratio, which is 2:
tablespoons = the fl oz x 2.
Let's have a look at examples.
How many tablespoons in 2 fluid ounces
2 fl oz ÷ 0.5 = 4 tbsp, or
2 fl oz x 2 = 4 tbsp, so
there are 4 tablespoons in 2 fluid ounces.
How many tablespoons in 4 fluid ounces
There are 8 tablespoons in 4 fluid ounces.
How many tablespoons in 6 fluid ounces
There are 12 tablespoons in 6 fluid ounces.
How many tablespoons in 8 fluid ounces
There are 16 tablespoons in 8 fluid ounces.
How many tablespoons in 16 ounces
There are 32 tablespoons in 16 fluid ounces.
How many tablespoons in 24 ounces
There are 48 tablespoons in 24 fluid ounces.
How many tablespoons in 32 fluid ounces
There are 64 tablespoons in 32 fluid ounces.
Fluid ounces to tablespoons conversion chart
This table converts US fluid ounces (fl oz) to the volume in US tablespoons (tbsp).
|⅛ fl oz||¼ tbsp||16 fl oz||32 tbsp|
|¼ fl oz||½ tbsp||16 fl oz||32 tbsp|
|½ fl oz||1 tbsp||17 fl oz||34 tbsp|
|¾ fl oz||1 ½ tbsp||18 fl oz||36 tbsp|
|1 fl oz||2 tbsp||19 fl oz||38 tbsp|
|2 fl oz||4 tbsp||20 fl oz||40 tbsp|
|3 fl oz||6 tbsp||25 fl oz||50 tbsp|
|4 fl oz||8 tbsp||30 fl oz||60 tbsp|
|5 fl oz||10 tbsp||35 fl oz||70 tbsp|
|6 fl oz||12 tbsp||40 fl oz||80 tbsp|
|7 fl oz||14 tbsp||45 fl oz||90 tbsp|
|8 fl oz||16 tbsp||50 fl oz||100 tbsp|
|9 fl oz||18 tbsp||55 fl oz||110 tbsp|
|10 fl oz||20 tbsp||60 fl oz||120 tbsp|
|11 fl oz||22 tbsp||65 fl oz||130 tbsp|
|12 fl oz||24 tbsp||70 fl oz||140 tbsp|
|13 fl oz||26 tbsp||80 fl oz||160 tbsp|
|14 fl oz||28 tbsp||90 fl oz||180 tbsp|
|15 fl oz||30 tbsp||100 fl oz||200 tbsp|
Free printable conversion chart
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My favorite measuring tools
While I use my kitchen scale for all sorts of things, from creating recipes for the blog to making recipes in everyday life, there are certain tools I use too.
These include measuring cups and spoons, which help me make recipes measured in the US measurement units.
So, I created a list of my favorite baking tools, including measuring ones:
- Kitchen scale
- Measuring cups and spoons
- Collapsible measuring cups and spoons
- Nesting measuring cups
- Measuring cup
- Measuring spoons
- Liquid measuring cup
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