How Many Grams are in a Cup?
What is the equivalent of grams to cups is one of the most common questions I get! So many of you don’t use the Imperial Measuring system like we do in the US, but rather the Metric measuring system. And unfortunately all my recipes are written using cup measurements. BUT since I want to make sure everyone is able to make my recipes with ease, I created this chart that will be easy to reference when you’re baking with all the grams to cups conversions done for you!
This Grams to Cups Conversion Chart is meant to help make baking easier!
I want you to PIN, BOOKMARK, SAVE, DOWNLOAD this chart to save for future reference!
Print the CUPS TO GRAMS CHART!
I don’t ever want you to feel frustrated when trying to bake, so this chart is an easy reference! I really try to help everyone who asks me about how to convert cups to grams, but thought if I made an easy chart you could all reference it whenever you needed to, instead of waiting for me to respond. It’s perfect to print out and tape to the inside of your baking cabinet so you always have it handy!
There isn’t a single answer to the question “how many grams in a cup” because it depends on what you are measuring!
I’ve tried to break down the most common baking measurements that you will use on the chart. I’ve also included cups to ounces, and grams to ounces, because weight measurement is the most accurate way to measure ingredients. I’ll admit, I’m lazy and don’t always weigh ingredients, which is something I need to be better at doing. Baking can be so precise, and I want all your cookies to turn out perfectly!
Hope this chart helps you in your baking adventures!
Again, if you want to print this out, I have the free printable available here –> Cups To Grams Conversion Chart
A few other great resources I have on my site is a Baking Pan Equivalent Chart as well as a Baking Substitutions Chart!
19 comments on “Cups to Grams Conversion Chart”
This chart is very helpful. Can you also make for cocoa powder, castor sugar and lbaking powder and soda
I rarely leave comments, but it was too nice of you to make this conversion chart. I could not print it out, without saying thank you.
Hello Shelly, thank you for posting such a nice and informative article! I have been trying to find a decent conversion chart just for casual baking and writing down my recipes for homemade tea but every article I’ve found (until yours) has been written from such a nasty perspective that I never even finished the post. I’m not sure why so many people feel the need to dump on the Imperial System but it is very refreshing to find someone who simply puts the information out there without judgement or fuss.
Some people simply prefer measuring with cups and that’s okay because it’s MY kitchen and MY food for MYself! And using the Metric System is okay too, the point is that it’s totally up to you!
Anyway, thank you for being kind and not showing any sort of bias. You have made me very interested in the rest of this site; I will certainly take a look at all of your wonderful recipes! Haha! God bless you!
Thank you so much! I hope this helps!
So I am on a health kick and have choc zero white chocolate baking chips – the butter – the vanilla extract – and I do as instructed – due to the lack of sugar I would say – the taste was not AMAZING – so I tweaked it just a tad by adding choc zero maple pecan syrup and a little stevia – and boy oh boy talk about DELICIOUS- thank you for the recipe – although I had to make previsions I would have never known how easy it was to make an icing.
Love your conversions chart! Do you have a link to embedded it? <3
I don’t… just to print! Sorry!