Welcome to The Ultimate Cups to Grams Conversion Sheet!
Have you ever seen a recipe in cups and tbsp and wondered how it translates to grams? Gotten annoyed at a recipe that’s all in grams because all you have at home at cups?
Well, no more.
Below is a direct link to a very handy sheet we invite you to print – and love. We lovingly made it just for you!
It includes almost all ingredients regularly used on this website and many others like it.
All ingredients in the sheet were measured by us personally. We then added some illustrations to the sheet in case you want to print it out and stick it on your fridge. Better looking and more fun than, say, just a white piece of paper with a list on it.
Go ahead and print the sheet out, stick it on your fridge or inside one of your cupboards and then you’ll have a useful guide to convert all recipes – and beyond – from cups to grams (and vice versa).
2 x tablespoons = 1/8 cup
2 x 1/8 cups = 1/4 cup
2 x 1/4 cups = 1/2 cup
2 x 1/2 cups = 1 cu
It seems blatantly obvious but seeing it like this, it makes you realize that you really only need ONE measuring utensil to get EVERY SINGLE cup conversion.
So if a recipe calls for ¼ cup of something, you don’t NEED to own a ‘1/4 cup measuring cup’ because 1/4 cup is just 4 measuring tablespoons (because remember, 2 x tablespoons = 1/8 cup and 2 x 1/8 cups = 1/4 cup). If tablespoons bug you, you can just buy a 1/8 measuring cup. With it, you can get ¼ cups, ½ cups, and 1 cups! Moral of the paragraph: you DO NOT need to fill your kitchen up with all kinds of volume-measuring equipment if you don’t want to.
Let’s now turn to the list itself which features some of the most popular ingredients used here. Please feel free to print this out and stick it in your fridge if you want. The list will allow you to convert any and all recipes found in this website without requiring you to buy a measuring scale or a bunch of measuring cups/spoons. Win win, right?