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Practical kitchen converter - check how much does a teaspoon of honey weigh? One glass of milk - how many ml is it? Check out our kitchen measure converter.

Wondering how many grams a spoon has? How to measure 100 g of flour without weight, how many glasses will it be? How much does a glass of powdered sugar weigh?

Some dishes or cakes can be made "by eye" or "to taste". However, for many dishes or learning new recipes, it is essential to enter the exact weight of each ingredient. This seemingly easy task can be quite difficult. Especially when it turns out that we do not have a kitchen scale.

In the case of cakes, inaccurate measurement of sugar, flour, etc. may result in a disturbance of the proportions, which will result in a sticky or an undesirable taste or texture of the baking. So what to do and how to measure the right amount of grams, decagrams or milliliters? The answer is simple: use a glass, spoon or teaspoon to measure.

How many grams does a teaspoon of sugar have? One glass - how many grams of flour?

The simplest reference to keeping the proportion is to adopt the basic units of measurement based on water (for which ml and g are the same), that is:

  • 1 glass has a capacity of 250 ml, i.e. 250 g
  • 1 spoon is always 15 ml, i.e. 15 g
  • 1 teaspoon has a capacity of 5 ml, i.e. 5g
  • 1 butter is always 250 g

It should be remembered that a glass is never equal to a glass (or a mug) due to the fact that manufacturers make them in various sizes. However, the most important rule when converting kitchen measures is to keep proportions. So if the glass, instead of 250 ml, has 230 or 200 ml, it should not have a significant impact on the final baking result.

However, does 1 cup of flour, milk or sugar weigh the same as water? Well, the measurement of products other than water translates into slightly changed values. So 1 cup of sugar will be 220 g and a cup of flour will be 170 g.

The same is the case with spoons and teaspoons. For example, a tablespoon of honey is 21 g and a tablespoon of oil 15 g.

It is also worth getting acquainted with the accepted rules for butter, which are converted not only into spoons and teaspoons, but also into cubes. Typically a cube of butter is 200 g, a cube of margarine is 250 g, and a piece of butter is 300 g.

Discrepancies also occur in the case ofyeast. The yeast can be fresh or dried, which makes it significantly different in weight. 5 g of dried yeast makes up 10 g of fresh yeast, so if you replace fresh and dry yeast, give twice as much.

Worth knowing

It is also worth knowing sample dimensions of individual baking trays. The 26 cm cake tin can hold 10 glasses of dough. A 22 cm diameter cake pan is 12 glasses of dough.

Keksówka, i.e. a rectangular form with dimensions of 22x12 cm, consists of 8 glasses of dough, while a square form of 22x22 cm consists of two cakes.

The largest form, i.e. a rectangular plate, has dimensions of 22x33 cm and will fit as many as 15 glasses of cake.

Converters of measures and kitchen weights

In order to accurately measure the weight and amount of individual products such as flour, sugar, cream, potato flour, oil, it is worth using the kitchen measure converter.

Our calculator of kitchen measures and weights will help you to make the appropriate calculations and keep the ideal proportions. Try our kitchen measure calculator and enjoy cooking.

How to use the measure and weight converter? First select the product from the list, then the direction of converting measures and weights: milliliters to grams or grams to milliliters, finally enter the measure / weight value, e.g. 100.

After clicking "calculate" you will receive the measurement result. You can also convert glasses to spoons / teaspoons and vice versa - spoons / teaspoons per glasses, as well as spoons to teaspoons and teaspoons to spoons, if such a conversion is required by the recipe.

The kitchen calculator will facilitate the conversion of glasses, spoons and teaspoons into grams and vice versa. When the recipe recommends using e.g. 125 g of flour, and you do not have a weight on hand, you can use a glass, spoon and teaspoon as a measure.

Converters of kitchen weights and measures - TABLE

The weight and volume data of the products concerned can also be checked in the table below.

how many g in a glass (250 ml)How many g in a spoon (15 ml)How many g in one teaspoon (5 ml)
sugar220 g15 g5 g
flour170 g10 g3 g
water250 g15 g5 g
milk250 g15 g15 g
honey350 g21 g7 g
butter20 g7 g
s alt 300 g19 g6 g
oil225 g15 g5 g
cocoa125 g7 g2.5 g
cream 30%270 g16 g5 g
cream 18%220 g12 g4 g
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