Cooking / Baking Measurements & Conversions

  • Spoon measurements are level unless otherwise specified.
  • Conversions are approximate and have been rounded up or down.
  • Avoid mixing metric and imperial measures when creating a recipe.  Stick to metric or imperial for the whole recipe.
  • All spoon measurements on this are level, unless specified otherwise.
  • Ingredients are standard products found in most well-known super markets unless otherwise stated. 
  • Ingredients are standard versions (e.g. not skimmed, low fat, low salt) unless otherwise stated. 

Specific Cup Measurements

Butter
CupsLBsOuncesGrams
2116450
18225
3/46175
1/24100-110
    
Flour
CupsLBsOuncesGrams
4116450
28225
14100-110
3/4375
1/2250
    
Sugar
CupsLBsOuncesGrams
2116450
18225
3/46175
1/24100-110
Icing Sugar
CupsLBsOuncesGrams
3116450
211300
15150
3/44100-110
1/2375
Rice
CupsLBsOuncesGrams
11/28225
3/46175
1/24100-110

Weight Measures  
OuncesLBsGrams
125
250
375
4100/110
5150
6175
7200
8225
9250
10275
11300
12350
13375
14400
15425
161450
17475
18500
19550
201 1/4575
Liquid Measurements  
   
ImperialRecommended Metric (ML)   
1/4150   
1/2300   
3/4450   
1600   
1 1/2900   
1 3/41000
Liquid Measures
ImperialAmerican
PintCups
1/42/3
1/21 1/4
3/42
12 1/2
1 1/23 3/4
2
2 1/25

For reference: It’s important to note that a pint can vary depending on whether it’s British or Australian.  Also, Canadian recipes sometimes measure an imperial pint as 20 fluid ounces. American recipes will usually use 16 fluid ounces as the Pint measurement, but Canadian recipes sometimes use 16 and sometimes 20 fluid ounces. 

AmericanBritishAustralian
111Teaspoon
111Tablespoon
322Tablespoon
43 1/23Tablespoon
543 1/2Tablespoon

Cooking / Baking Measurements & Conversions

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