Weight Conversions for Baking
If you’ve ever wanted a recipe converted from cups to grams or ounces, I’ve done all the hard work for you! Check out this free printable infographic on how to convert imperial measurements into metric. Never wonder again!
I finally listened.
I get that you want your recipes in metric. I hear you. I know you are out there, with your kitchen scales. Tragically, sans cups and tablespoons. Today, I’m making all your dreams come true.
It took me an entire weekend, but I banged it out. For you.
Basically every baking ingredient in my pantry. Every ingredient I’ve ever included in any recipe on this entire site. And a handful of others too, just in case I ever choose to bake with them at any point in the future.
I hope this wins me your undying love and affection.
Please bookmark this page! I’m going to put it in my sidebar too, for easy access. And, I’ve even uploaded the jpeg file to the interwebz, so you can download it, print it out, and tape it to the inside of your cupboard door.
Click here to download the free printable.
Please pardon this interruption! We’ll return to your regularly scheduled sinful dessert recipe programming next week.
Thank you so much for putting this together, I hate using cups because it feels so inaccurate. I think I may have spotted a typo – 1 cup of chocolate and 1 cup of chocolate chips should be the same, but you have chocolate (chopped) at 170g and 1 cup of chocolate chips at 17 g.
The only comment is, I still don’t understand when you are measuring a recipe that calls for 1cup of flour vs 1cup of water, we know that 1cup of water weights more than flour! How can I find the right weight???
Hey Vernon! If you check out the chart, you’ll see that 1 cup of water is equal to 237 grams. One cup of all-purpose flour is equal to 120 grams. It’s all right there in black and white.
I love all your post. Great blogger and baker. Generously sharing useful and tips and secrets in baking and science behind it. So lucky I found you.
Thank you so much Trix! I really appreciate your sweet and encouraging comment!
Hi! Thanks for the weight conversion guide, it’s a huge effort that’s very much appreciated by those of us who use metric measuremens! Please consider however, revising it so that the liquid ingredients are measured in mililitres as it is very unusual to measure liquids in grams!
Thanks for the suggestion Gillian!
Thank you so much for taking the time to do this, I ALWAYS prefer to weigh vice measure cups. I’m off to laminate now, thanks!
My pleasure Cherie! Hope you find it useful!
I would check the weights for the flour measurements again, for it has been my experience that 1 cup cake flour(100 gr.) is lighter than 1 cup all-purpose flour (125g) which is again lighter than 1 cup whole-wheat flour (150gr.) Thank you.
I love this, it simplifies things so much, thank you!
Of course! I’m so glad you can use it Cathy! Thanks so much for the great feedback!
Thank you so much sweetie! I really appreciate the pin!
Good work. A lot time & effort must have gone in preparing the chart, Congratulations & thank you so much.
My pleasure Sripriya! I’m so happy to know that it’s useful to you! Happy baking 🙂
Good work. Definitely a lot of time & effort must have gone in preparing this, thank you so much.
Thank you so, so much! Us Brits over in England use grams and I’m forever using various website to convert American cups to grams. This will save me so much time …
I’m so pleased that you can use it Ruth! I sometimes have to convert recipes for clients, so I know what a pain in the neck it can be. I hope this makes your life easier! Thanks so much for the sweet comment 🙂
This. Is. BRILLIANT! I am the worst for conversions, so having all of this in one place is AWESOME! Pinned!
Thank you so much Taylor and thanks for sharing on Pinterest too!
Thanks so much. You have saved hours of work for me. I really appreciate that I can download and print. Much thanks!!!
The pleasure’s all mine Nancy! I’m so glad you can use it and I hope it makes your life easier! Thanks so much for reading and commenting and have a great weekend 🙂
This is so handy! Thanks, Allie! 🙂
You bet Nora! I hope it’s useful for you. Enjoy!
LOVE IT !! THANK YOU !!
Of course! I’m so glad Eileen! Thanks so much for reading 🙂
Thank you so much! I bake with my scale, and this is useful.
Weighing ingredients is so much more precise, so I really appreciate that you like to do it that way Jane! I hope you enjoy the chart. Thanks so much for the sweet comment!
This is so incredibly useful! I love it!
Thank you so much Naomi! Hope you’re having a great weekend 🙂
This is incredibly useful, thanks so much! I can’t tell you how much time I have wasted in the past, having to stop before making something to google for information like this and now it is at my fingertips.
I have done it too Judy! It’s such a pain in the neck, I know. I hope this chart will be useful for the both of us! Thanks so much for reading and for the great feedback 🙂
Thank you !! that is great !!
My pleasure Pierrette! I hope this makes your baking easier and more enjoyable. xo
Allie, I love this!!!! SO useful!!!
Thank you so much Alice! Hope you’re having a great weekend my friend!