All you need in the kitchen is a good kitchen conversion chart. Here is a handy guide that includes liquid conversions, a dry conversion chart, and an oven temperature conversion table.
Plus, download a FREE printable kitchen measurement conversion chart to refer to while cooking any time.
The right kitchen tools on hand, the perfect recipe, and an accessible cooking measurement conversion chart will ensure that you have successful baking inside your oven.
Make your life easier with this FREE printable conversion chart PDF, whether you are making a sandwich, reheating pizza, or baking a birthday cake.
I created this cheat sheet because I always have a tough time finding the perfect measurement table for myself.
Now I don't need to search the internet for the perfect conversion chart. It is a two-page FREE chart you can print out right now.
Measurement conversion chart
What is included in this kitchen conversion chart?
It covers liquid conversions from cups to tablespoons to teaspoons and milliliters.
It also includes dry measurement conversions (weight ounces, pounds, grams) and an oven temperature conversion chart.
You will find gallons, quarts, pints, cups, and liquid ounces conversions, too, perfect for making a pitcher of sangria for the next garden party.
Download the free printable kitchen conversion chart below.
How often do you see these confusing abbreviations like "tsp" or "Tbsp?" Isn't it even more confusing to see the only letter "T?"
You don't have time to sweat over these letters while making a new recipe, so let's break it down once and for all.
The following are the most common English unit abbreviations used in the recipes.
|t or tsp||teaspoon|
|T, Tbsp, tbl, tbs or tbsp||tablespoon|
|c or C||cup|
|fl oz, fl. oz. or oz. fl.||fluid ounce|
|ML, mL, Ml or ml||millililiter|
|L or l||liter|
|gal or GL||gallon|
|oz or oz.||ounce|
Common kitchen conversions
When in the kitchen, you may come across questions like "What is a cup?" or wondering how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon.
The following list will answer some common cooking conversion questions.
- 1 gallon equals 128 fluid ounces
- 1 gallon equals 3.785 liters
- 1 gallon equals 4 quarts
- 1 gallon equals 8 pints
- 1 gallon equals 16 cups
- 1 quart equals 2 pints
- 1 quart equals 4 cups
- 1 quart equals 32 ounces
- 1 quart equals 950 ml
- 1 pint equals 2 cups
- 1 pint equals 16 ounces
- 1 pint equals 480 ml
- 1 cup equals fluid 8 ounces
- 1 cup equals 16 tablespoons
- 1 cup equals 48 teaspoons
- 1 cup equals ½ pint
- 1 cup equals ¼ quart
- 1 cup equals 1/16 gallon
- 1 cup equals 240 ml
- 1 tablespoon equals 3 teaspoons
- 1 tablespoon equals ½ ounce
- 1 tablespoon equals 15 ml
Cup to tablespoon conversion
|⅙ cup||1 tbsp|
|⅛ cup||2 tbsp|
|¼ cup||4 tbsp|
|⅓ cup||5 ⅓ tbsp|
|½ cup||8 tbsp|
|⅔ cup||10 ⅔ tbsp|
|¾ cup||12 tbsp|
|1 cup||16 tbsp|
Tablespoon to teaspoon conversion
|1 tbsp||3 tsp|
|2 tbsp||6 tsp|
|3 tbsp||9 tsp|
|4 tbsp||12 tsp|
|5 tbsp||15 tsp|
|6 tbsp||18 tsp|
|7 tbsp||21 tsp|
|8 tbsp||24 tsp|
|9 tbsp||27 tsp|
|10 tbsp||30 tsp|
|12 tbsp||36 tsp|
|16 tbsp||48 tsp|
Teaspoon to milliliters conversion
|1 tsp||5 ml|
|2 tsp||10 ml|
|3 tsp||15 ml|
|4 tsp||20 ml|
|5 tsp||25 ml|
|6 tsp||30 ml|
|7 tsp||35 ml|
|8 tsp||40 ml|
|9 tsp||45 ml|
|10 tsp||50 ml|
|12 tsp||60 ml|
|16 tsp||80 ml|
|24 tsp||120 ml|
|32 tsp||160 ml|
|36 tsp||180 ml|
|48 tsp||240 ml|
Common temperature conversions
A free printable kitchen measurement conversion chart also includes conversions for oven temperatures in Fahrenheit, Celsius, and gas marks.
|225 F||107 C||¼ Gas mark|
|250 F||121 C||½ Gas mark|
|275 F||135 C||1 Gas mark|
|300 F||150 C||2 Gas mark|
|325 F||162 C||3 Gas mark|
|350 F||176 C||4 Gas mark|
|375 F||190 C||5 Gas mark|
|400 F||204 C||6 Gas mark|
|425 F||218 C||7 Gas mark|
|450 F||232 C||8 Gas mark|
|475 F||246 C||9 Gas mark|
|500 F||260 C||10 Gas mark|
Common baking measurements conversions
|All-purpose flour||1 c||125 g||4.41 oz||16 tbsp||48 tsp|
|Brown sugar||1 c||200 g||7.05 oz||16 tbsp||48 tsp|
|Cake flour||1 c||100 g||3.53 oz||16 tbsp||48 tsp|
|Cocoa powder||1 c||118 g||4.16 oz||16 tbsp||48 tsp|
|Gluten-free flour||1 c||122 g||4.3 oz||16 tbsp||48 tsp|
|Granulated sugar||1 c||200 g||7.05 oz||16 tbsp||48 tbsp|
|Powdered sugar||1 c||125 g||4.41 oz||16 tbsp||48 tsp|
Butter measurement chart
Butter conversion is tricky for those making American recipes. Some of them call for sticks of butter, where
1 stick of butter equals ½ cup of butter, and
a half stick of butter equals ¼ cup butter.
|¼ cup||2 oz.||56.7 g||0.5 stick|
|⅓ cup||2.7 oz.||75.6 g||0.67 stick|
|½ cup||4 oz.||113.4 g||1 stick|
|⅔ cup||5.3 oz.||151.2 g||1.3 stick|
|¾ cup||6 oz.||170.1 g||1.5 stick|
|1 cup||8 oz.||226.8 g||2 sticks|
Measuring tools in baking
The proper tools for measuring out the liquid and dry ingredients are invaluable while baking. And a few well-purchased items will last you for years.
Here is a list of my favorite measuring tools when I am in the kitchen.
Kitchen scale: I've had this kitchen scale for many years, and it works great for my everyday cooking and baking.
Dry measuring cups and spoons: I love these copper measuring cups and spoons. The cups come in sizes of ¼ cup, ¼ cup, ½ cup, and 1 cup.
The set is accompanied by 1 tablespoon, ½ tablespoon, 1 teaspoon, ½ teaspoon, and ¼ teaspoon.
They are stackable, durable, and don’t rust or stain over time. Plus, detachable clip rings keep them secure.
If you prefer microwave-safe cups, choose this set of glass measuring cups.
Measuring shot glass: I can't believe how much I love this measuring shot glass. It is so easy and convenient for measuring small quantities of liquid ingredients.
If you love baking, then the right tools are essential for getting successful baking without fail. Read what tools every baker needs.
Other measurement conversion tables
Who has time for kitchen conversions? I don't think you want that kind of brain work in the middle of a recipe.
Let me help you out with some cooking and baking conversions so that all your kitchen tasks are done in the blink.
- Cups To Grams Conversions
- Crams To Cups Conversions
- How Many Grams Is In A Tablespoon?
- How Many Milliliters In A Tablespoon
- How Many Ounces In A Cup
- How Many Ounces In A Pint
- How Many Ounces Is In A Quart?
- How Many Ounces In A Gallon
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I hope you enjoy this printable cooking conversions chart. Forget the confusion around cooking measurements, baking equivalents, and cooking conversions.
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