FREE Printable Kitchen Conversion Chart

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  • Use this FREE Printable Kitchen Conversion Chart when baking your favorite recipes! The perfect handy cheat sheet that sets you up for success every time!

    I use this printable conversion table all the time in my kitchen! It’s so helpful to have on hand and is perfect to refer to when making bread, cake, cookies, pies…you name it. So easy and convenient!

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    Free printable conversion chart

    With how much I know you all love to bake, I thought it would be nice to have a printable cheat sheet of all the baking conversions. Below you’ll find a free printable conversion chart for when you need to quickly cut a recipe in half.

    I laminated a copy of the conversion table and stuck a magnet on the back to go on my fridge. You could also frame the B&W version and put it up on the wall. That way the baking conversions are always available whenever you need to look something up real quick.

    We’ve also listed all the basic cooking measurements for you in this post. Click here for a handy dandy calculator that will do all the work for you.

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    Why is measuring ingredients accurately so important in baking?

    I love to bake and have gotten pretty good at it over the years, but it definitely is a science and takes some practice. I’ve found that you can be a little more lenient with measurements when cooking, however baking measurements need to be accurate. If the measurements aren’t precise, you may end up with bread that sinks or a cookie that’s flat.

    With this free printable measurement chart, you’ll have all the conversions you need for just about any baking recipe. This charts sets you up for success and is definitely a staple to keep handy in the kitchen. I love to use measuring cups and spoons, as well as a kitchen scale to precisely measure my baking ingredients so that each batch comes out perfectly.

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    Most common questions for cooking conversions

    Below are some of the most common cooking conversion questions that arise when in the kitchen.

    Gallon conversions

    • How many ounces in a gallon? – 128 fluid ounces
    • How many liters in a gallon? – 3.785 liters
    • How many quarts in a gallon? 4 quarts
    • How many pints in a gallon? 8 pints
    • How many cups in a gallon? 16 cups

    Quart conversions

    • How many pints in a quart? – 2 pints
    • How many cups in a quart? – 4 cups
    • How many ounces in a quart? – 32 ounces
    • How many milliliters in a quart? – 950 ml

    Pint conversions

    • How many cups in a pint? – 2 cups
    • How many ounces in a pint? – 16 ounces
    • How many milliliters in a pint? – 480 ml

    Cup conversions

    • How many tablespoons in a cup? – 16 tbsp
    • How many ounces in a cup? – 8 ounces
    • How many milliliters in a cup? – 240 ml

     Tablespoon conversions

    • How many teaspoons in a tablespoon? – 3 tsp
    • How many ounces in a tablespoon? – 1/2 ounce
    • How many milliliters in a tablespoon? – 15 ml

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    Convert cup to tablespoon

    • How many tablespoons are in 1/16 cup? – 1 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 1/8 cup? – 2 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 1/4 cup? – 4 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 1/3 cup? – 5 1/3 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 1/2 cup? – 8 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 2/3 cup? – 10 2/3 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 3/4 cup? – 12 tbsp
    • How many tablespoons are in 1 cup? – 16 tbsp

    Convert tablespoon to teaspoon

    • How many teaspoons are in 1 tablespoon? – 3 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 2 tablespoons? – 6 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 4 tablespoons? – 12 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 5 1/3 tablespoons? – 16 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 8 tablespoons? – 24 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 10 2/3 tablespoons? – 32 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 12 tablespoons? – 36 tsp
    • How many teaspoons are in 16 tablespoons? – 48 tsp

    Convert teaspoons to milliliters

    • How many milliliters are in 1 teaspoon? – 5 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 3 teaspoons? – 15 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 6 teaspoons? – 30 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 12 teaspoons? – 60 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 16 teaspoons? – 80 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 24 teaspoons? – 120 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 32 teaspoons? – 160 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 36 teaspoons? – 180 ml
    • How many milliliters are in 48 teaspoons? – 240 ml

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    FREE conversion chart printable download

    Simply enter your information below to download the free conversion table. For convenience, try laminating the chart and gluing a magnet on the back. That way you can easily stick it on the fridge for easy access. Or you could even frame it and hang it up on the wall!

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    Favorite measuring tools for cooking

    Below are my favorite measurement tools to use when in the kitchen.

    Measuring cups and spoons: I love these Simply Gourmet stainless steel measuring cups and spoons. They are super durable, dishwasher safe and stackable. They don’t rust over time and the measurement markings are engraved, so they never fade. Plus all of the measuring spoons fit into all spice jar sizes!

    4-Cup Measuring Cup: I’ve had this Pyrex 4-cup measuring cup forever and always use it. It’s made of glass, so it doesn’t stain and is microwave/dishwasher safe. And I just love the turquoise color. :)

    Kitchen Scale: I’ve had this kitchen digital scale for a couple years and it has worked great when I need to weigh something and measure the ounces or grams.

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    How can I measure food without a measuring cup?

    While I definitely recommend using measuring cups and spoons when at all possible, sometimes we get in a pinch and don’t have the measurement tools we need on hand. Below are some basic guidelines that will help in instances like these. You may notice a slight difference in your finished product, but these ballpark measurements should get you pretty close!

    • 1 Cup – Size of baseball or apple
    • 1/2 Cup – Size of tennis ball or light bulb
    • 1/4 Cup – Size of 1 large egg
    • 2 Tablespoons – Size of golf ball
    • 1 Tablespoon – Size of ice cube
    • 1 Teaspoon – Size of tip of finger (joint to tip)

    Happy Baking!

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