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Conversion table for Baking

I created this page to help with the conversions. In my recipes I tend to use sometimes US measurements and sometimes European ones just that there is familiar measurements for all my readers :)

Hope this helps!

1 U.S. gallon = 3.85 litres
1 qt = 4 cups = 0.25 gallon = 9.63 dl
1 pint = 16 U.S. fl. oz. = 4.73 dl
1 liquid pint = 2 cups = 4.73 dl
1 cup = 8 U.S. fl. oz = 2.37 dl  (2dl+1 tbsp+1 tsp)
1 U.S. fluid ounce (U.S. fl. oz.) = 29,6 ml=2 tbsp

Tablespoons and teaspoons are the same size everywhere (believe me this was one questions also.) 1 tablespoon (tbs) is same as 3 teaspoons (tsp). All though i just learned one Australian tablespoon holds 20 ml where as in US and Europe it is 15 ml! Australian teaspoon however is 5 ml like everywhere else.

1 tbsp = 15 ml

1 tsp = 5 ml

1 dl= 100 ml = 0,42 cup (roughly 7 tbsp!)

I definitely recommend using a measuring cup for all your measurements (tablespoons and teaspoons incl). Especially with spoons it matters because if you are using just a regular spoon to measure your ingredients, you might get totally different amount. There is a huge difference in the capacity between spoons, depending on where and who made it. So stick to a measuring cup that has all the units in it and you will have the most accurate measurements. If you know the recipe well and if you know that the measurements are not that strict then you can of course just wing it! :)

Weight:

25 gramms (g) = 1 oz

50 g = 1,75 oz

100 g = 3,5 oz

1000 g = 1 kilo (kg) = 2,2 pounds (lb)

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