Baking Conversions

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You may have noticed that I use a mixture of both cups and grams on here so I've made a list that might be useful, if you happen to use one or the other. Cup sizes vary depending on location so I have tried to provide the most widely used measurements.

For more detailed conversions visit my favourite and trusty/always on point sources: Traditional Oven and JoyofBaking.

A quick note on ingredients: all eggs and butter used in the recipes found on here are at room temperature unless it says otherwise.

Oven Temperatures

Celsius (C) to Fahrenheit (F)
100C = 212F
120C = 250F
140C = 275F
150C = 300F
160C = 330F
170C = 325F
180C = 350F
190C = 375F
200C = 400F
210C = 410F
220C = 425F
250C = 480F

Cups & Spoons to Volume

Note: 1 mililitre is the weight equivalent of 1 gram

Spoons 
1/8 TSP = 0.7ml
1/4 TSP = 1.25ml
1/2 TSP = 2.5ml
3/4 TSP = 4.4ml
1 TSP = 5ml
1 TBSP = 15ml

Cups
1/4 CUP = 60ml
1/3 CUP = 80ml
1/2 CUP = 120ml
3/4 CUP = 180ml
1 CUP = 235ml

Ounce to Grams 

1 oz = 28g

Ingredients to Grams 

Flour
1 CUP plain white flour = 125g
1 CUP self raising flour = 125g
1 CUP wholemeal flour = 120g
1 CUP bread flour = 127g
1 CUP rye flour = 127g
1 CUP 00 flour = 127g

Butter
1 CUP = 239g
1/2 CUP = 120g
1/3 CUP = 80g
1/4 CUP = 60g
1/8 CUP = 30g
1 STICK butter = 113g
1/2 STICK = 57g
1 TBSP butter = 14g
1 TSP butter = 4g

Sugar
1 CUP white granulated = 200g
1/3 CUP = 67g
1/2 CUP = 100g
1/4 CUP = 50g
1 CUP white caster = 175g
1/3 CUP = 58g
1/2 CUP =88g
1/4 CUP = 44g
1 CUP icing sugar = 125g
1/2 CUP = 63g
1/4 CUP = 32g
1/3 CUP = 42g
1 CUP light brown, packed = 215g
1 CUP dark brown, packed = 230g

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