Kitchen Conversion Tables

Conversion Tables

So I just started my baking journey and I find some recipes to be difficult to understand, especially if the amount of ingredients are in grams instead of cups or spoons. So I scoured the world wide web to find these useful conversion tables.

Kitchen Conversion Tables

There you have it. The conversions for some of the most common ingredients. But, of course, it is also worth noting that when you use cups as a form of measurement, you will most likely end up with varying measurement in terms of grams even if you use the same measuring method. It is still more accurate to use a kitchen scale.

Sources:

Cafe Fernando, All Recipes

25 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for this, in Britain we sometimes use the metric measurements, sometimes use the “old style” measurements (ounces, pounds, etc) and sometimes ‘cups’ – it’s so confusing. I’ve pinned & bookmarked this because I’m so awful at maths and I can never work it out

    1. I know, right? Doing math while cooking or baking, it boggles the mind. And thanks for pinning and bookmarking.

  2. This is super helpful! I never know how to convert stuff for recipes. I always have to google it. I think this is the reason why I’m a terrible baker. I usually just eyeball it or guess.

  3. Whoa, this is REALLY helpful. I am a food blogger, but with my English major background (ha!) I am always having to look this stuff up. Great to have it in one place. Thanks!

    1. Hi Brittany, yes, I’m actually thinking of doing a printable version…I’m just still trying to figure out how to do it properly with wordpress. Lol

  4. This is so informative. I am glad to find this resource. I am not a great baker. One thing that is particularly hard for me is all those measure conversions. You provided a nice reference!

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