Conversion Calculator For Cooking and Baking

Here is an all-inclusive conversion calculator designed to make your baking and culinary adventures just that much simpler.

Having access to a calculator that can convert between milliliters, cups, grams, and all the other methods of measurement is priceless.

There is nothing more frustrating than stumbling across the recipe of your dreams only to realize you don’t know how to measure the ingredients stated in it.

This is a common complaint amongst home bakers and cooks, hence the development of our conversion calculator.

Here is a calculator to solve your baking conversion problems. While grams to cups (and visa versa) is probably the most requested conversion, this conversion calculator covers them all.

It also has a list of the most popular baking ingredients that you can select from.

Read on to learn precisely how the calculator works and the suggested tips and tricks to getting the best out of your measuring techniques.

How the conversion calculator works

When you come across a recipe with metrics that are either foreign to you or that don’t have the right equipment, this tool will come in handy.

Step 1: select the first metric that you are converting from. For example grams.

Step 2: select the second metric you are converting to. For example, cups.

Step 3: you will see an ingredient list pop up. Click the button to allow the list to drop down. Select your preferred ingredient.

Step 4: type in the amount or quantity of the ingredient you are converting.

Step 5: select “calculate,” and you will see a reading pop-up with the conversion answer.

Metrics covered by the conversion calculator

Here is a list of what measurements you can easily switch between with this calculator:

  • How much is 500g flour in cups?
  • How many cups is 800g of sugar?
  • How to convert 200g into cups?
  • How to convert 250 grams to cups?
  • What is 1 cup of flour in grams?

All the time, right? You’re not alone. So before we get into it, here is the list of all the measurements that can be converted:

  • Grams
  • Pounds
  • Ounces
  • Milliliters
  • Liters
  • Kilograms
  • Tablespoon
  • Tablespoon (10ml)
  • Tablespoon (20ml)
  • Teaspoon
  • Pints
  • Quarts
  • Sticks (as in, sticks of butter)

Ingredients covered by the conversion calculator

Here is a list of which ingredients are covered by this conversion calculator:

  • Butter
  • Margarine
  • Vegetable oil
  • Cornflour or corn starch
  • All-purpose / plain flour
  • Self-raising flour
  • Spelt flour
  • Wholemeal flour

Milk and cream:

  • Buttermilk
  • Double cream
  • Half and half
  • Heavy cream
  • Milk
  • Single cream
  • Whipping cream

Sugars and sweeteners:

  • Black treacle
  • Brown sugar
  • Caster sugar
  • Golden sugar
  • Granulated sugar
  • Icing / Powdered / confectioner’s sugar
  • Maple syrup
  • Runny honey
  • Water

How to fill a cup correctly

This is a rather important part of measuring, as not all cups are measured equally. As you can imagine, if a cup is measured with an ingredient that is too densely packed, that can result in your recipe coming out a little drier than you’d hoped.

On the other hand, if you scoop the cup full of lumpy flour, those lumps can take up extra space in the cup and result in you under-measuring.

If you are measuring a dry ingredient out of a container, such as flour or sugar, make sure you loosen it up first before filling the cup up.

This can be done with a large spoon, either metal or wooden. Give the ingredient a good stir inside its container and fluff it up as much as possible so that it isn’t too densely packed.

When you are ready to fill the cup, fill a large spoon or tablespoon with the ingredient and fill the cup with it. Do not scoop the element out of the container directly into the measuring cup.

You’re going to want to level the cup off with the back of a spoon or knife to get an accurate measuring cup. A heaped cup is an over-measured cup.

Measuring wet ingredients is far more accessible as you can’t heap it up and over-measure.

The official US cup size is 236.588m, but most US cups are rounded off to 240ml for simplicity. There are some measuring cups are sold at 250ml. Half a cup should be kept at 120ml.

There is a reality around the fact that some measuring cups sold do not actually hold the amount they are designed for. This can lead to inaccurate measuring and, ultimately, the recipe failing or coming out really dry.

A scant cup is a cup that has been under-measured. Basically, it’s the opposite of a heaped cup.

What Is a Gram?

A gram is a measurement used to measure mass or weight and is part of the metric system. As with kilograms and tons, the metric system is used in many parts of the world as the main method of measuring.

The Imperial measurement system that is used by the US is slightly different from the original version as it was changed slightly by the US.

Grams are usually measured on a scale – either an analog or a digital scale.

What Is a Cup?

A cup in the United States is different from a cup in the United Kingdom, in terms of volume. Beyond the US and the UK, the rest of the world uses a metric cup.

It is no wonder people throw their hands in the air trying to figure this all out. It’s by no means simple unless you spend a lot of time figuring it all out.

To determine which cup size to use for a recipe, you need to determine where the recipe comes from. There are literally thousands of new recipes being loaded onto the internet every day.

These recipes come from all over the world; the key is knowing where they are from and whether they’ve been written for that country’s system.

In the US, a standard 1 cup has a volume of 8 ounces. In the United Kingdom, a cup has a volume of 9.61 ounces.

Conversion Charts

These have been designed as little bite-size conversion charts.

Grams To US Cups Conversion Chart For Common Ingredients

How much does a stick of butter or margarine weigh?

Weighing butter in sticks is a pretty standard way to measure out butter, especially in the United States. So, how much does a stick of butter actually weigh?

1 stick of butter is equal to 113g or 4 oz or ½ a cup.

Vegetable oil – grams to cups. This can be used for sunflower oil, olive, avocado etc

It might seem extreme to have all these conversion charts but really, they make the whole process of figuring out recipes and conversions so much simpler.

You can print them all out and pop them up somewhere in your kitchen or inside a little recipe folder.

The other option of course is to open up our conversion calculator which is a total cinch to use and do a speedy conversion.

The wonderful thing about this calculator is that it really does cover almost all the baking ingredients you are likely to need to convert.

Give it a try and let us know how it helps you in your baking and cooking practice.

Enter the total ingredients used and the total ingredient required by the recipe into the Baking Ratio Calculator. The calculator will evaluate and display the Baking Ratio.

Baking Ratio Formula

  • Where BKR is the Baking Ratio
  • IU is the total ingredients used
  • IR is the total ingredient required by the recipe

To calculate the baking ratio, divide the total ingredients used by the total ingredients required by the recipe.

How to Calculate Baking Ratio?

Example Problem #1:

  • First, determine the total ingredients used.
    The total ingredients used is given as: 30.
  • The total ingredients used is given as: 30.
  • Next, determine the total ingredient required by the recipe.
    The total ingredient required by the recipe is provided as: 20.
  • The total ingredient required by the recipe is provided as: 20.
  • Finally, calculate the Baking Ratio using the equation above:


The values given above are inserted into the equation below and the solution is calculated:

BKR = 30 / 20 = 1.5

Example Problem #2:

For this problem, the variables required are provided below:

Test your knowledge using the equation and check your answer with the calculator above.

BKR = IU / IR = ?

, MD, PhD candidate and Rijk de Wet

Use this baker’s percentage calculator to determine the baker’s percentage — the amount of ingredients you need relative to the flour when cooking baked goods.

Welcome to Omni’s baker’s percentage calculator, a simple and convenient tool to determine the proportion of a particular ingredient you need relative to the amount of flour you use. This proportion is called baker’s percentage.

  • What is baker’s percentage?
  • What is the baker’s percentage formula?
  • What is the baker’s percentage in bread – and more!

What is baker’s percentage?

Baker’s percentage (also known as baker’s math) is a method to determine the proportion of ingredients when baking relative to the flour weight. You can use baker’s percentage for many reasons, including:

  • Needing precise proportions of ingredients with one unit of measure;
  • Scaling recipes up or down without messing up the consistency of the dough or batter; or
  • Experimenting with ingredients by changing only one of them while keeping other ingredient percentages constant.

What is the baker’s percentage formula?

Now, you are probably wondering how to calculate baker’s percentage. Don’t worry; the best is yet to crumb 😉. The formula for baker’s percentage is quite simple:

For example, this would mean that we must add one part starter for each five parts flour we use in our recipe. “Part” can be any unit of weight — ounces, grams, kilograms, you name it!

🙋 We can help you with your baking passion: the sourdough calculator will become your best friend, after your starter!

Simple enough? Try experimenting with your recipes with the help of the Omni baker’s percentage calculator!

🙋 Remember that, in baker’s math:

If you are a chemist, you may have noticed a similarity between the baker’s percentage and measures of concentration. We explored them at our concentration calculator: we even have a percentage concentration to molarity calculator, that deals with the most similar measures to this cooking one!


To calculate the baker’s percentage for bread or any other baked goods:

  • Weigh the ingredient of your choice.
  • Divide the weight of your ingredient by the total weight of the flour.
  • Multiply the result by 100 to convert it to a percentage.
  • Voilà! You have now calculated the baker’s percentage.

What does 67% hydration mean in baker’s percentage?

67% hydration in baker’s percentage displays how much water your dough or batter contains in proportion to flour. For instance, if you have 1,200 g of flour, 67% hydration means 804 g of water in the dough.

What is the use of baker’s percentage?

You can use baker’s percentage in several ways, including scaling a dough or batter formula to make as many batches (or as few) baked goods as you desire — without messing up the recipe.

What is the percentage of flour in baker’s math?

The percentage of flour in baker’s math is always 100%. Note that if you add up all percentages of ingredients in baker’s percentage (including the flour) the sum will not equal 100%. The percentage indicates the quantity relative to the amount of flour.

This cooking measurement converter can convert any recipe into the units you like. It’s not a regular converter. It can freely switch between volume and weight units as well, not just one or the other. Isn’t that awesome? So, not only grams to cups but also grams to tablespoons or cups to pounds. Don’t have a kitchen scale, or do you not know how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon? No problem. Wondering how many tablespoons are in a cup? We’ve got you covered here as well. Remember that we’ve taken the average values of product density, so your ingredient may differ slightly. Also, it matters how tightly you pack the container, so the result obtained is a rough approximation.

If you want to understand the difference between various conversions and why we need the ingredient type to perform cooking measurements, read on, and you’ll find the answer.

Ounces to pounds, grams to pounds, ounces to grams.

Let’s start with simple weight conversions. For this kind of calculation, we’re just converting between different weight units or measurement systems, so we don’t need to know the ingredient type (specifically – its density).

🙋 Omni’s density calculator will help refresh your knowledge and deepen your understanding of this important concept.

In this cooking measurement converter, we’ve chosen five of the most popular weight units, which you can find in standard recipes:

  • Gram;
  • Decagram – 10 grams;
  • Kilogram – thousand grams, default unit in the metric system;
  • Ounce – 1/16 of a pound; and
  • Pound – basic weight unit in the US.

Also, we’ve decided to add sticks of butter as in the US butter comes in 2 or 4-stick packages.

From the table, you can quickly find out how to do conversions, for example:

  • Grams and ounces
  • Grams and pounds

Milliliters to cups, tablespoons in a cup, milliliters to teaspoons.

Recipes from the US often use volume measures instead of weight measures, so the units like cups or fluid ounces appear. If you want to know how to convert milliliters to cups, that’s the type of converter you need. Let’s have a look at the general volume conversion table:

Analogous to the weight conversion table, the volume table allows you to easily find the factors by which you need to multiply or divide if you want to switch between volume units, e.g.:

  • Milliliters and US cups
  • US tablespoons and a US cups
  • milliliters and US teaspoons

You’ve probably noticed that tablespoons, teaspoons, cups, fluid ounces, and pints differ between systems. So, you need to check which system is used. Fortunately, the difference is not significant in most cases, especially if you’re using small amounts of ingredients (like for baking one cake):

And if you’re wondering how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon, the answer is simple: 3. No matter if you’re using US type of spoons or 5 ml spoons – as long as you’re sticking to the same measurement system, one tablespoon is equivalent to three teaspoons.

Cups to grams, grams to teaspoons, grams to tablespoons.

And here, we come to the core of the calculator – conversion from weight units to volume or from volume to weight. For that, you need to know the ingredient and, more specifically – its density:

density = weight/volume.

So, to calculate how many grams are in a cup, you need to know if it’s a cup of sugar, flour, or honey. In this kind of conversion, we cannot provide one general conversion table – it would differ for every ingredient!

In our cooking measurement converter, we’ve chosen seventeen essential ingredients. In some categories, you can even specify the type of the product. The ingredients are listed below.

Cooking measurement converter

You’ve found some delicious-looking shortcakes. Unfortunately, the recipe is from across the pond, and the units look somewhat strange to you:

  • 125g butter;
  • 55g powdered sugar; and
  • 180g plain flour.

But you don’t have to give up! Just use this cooking measurement converter:

  • Choose the ingredient. Let’s start with the first product: butter. If your product is not on the list but you know the ingredient’s density, just hit the Advanced mode button and change the density value.
  • Enter the amount. In our case, it’s 125 grams. Use a drop-down list if the unit you’re looking for is not visible.
  • Here you are – the converter did the job! Now you know that 125 grams is a bit over one stick of butter (1.1), and it’s equivalent to 0.55 of a cup.

Select the units you want to convert and enter your measurement to convert from one cooking or baking ingredient measurement to another.

How to Convert Ingredients for Cooking and Baking

Whether you’re preparing a turkey for thanksgiving or scaling a recipe for dinner, you’ll eventually need to convert an ingredient from one measurement to another. You can convert a measurement in a few easy steps.

The first step is to find the conversion ratio between the two units. You can find the ratio by referring to the conversion charts below.

Once you have the conversion ratio, you can multiply it by the measurement to convert. For example, the conversion ratio from tablespoons to teaspoons is 3, so you can use this formula to convert tablespoons to teaspoons:

Kitchen Conversion Charts

Dry Measurements

Recipes are one of the many essential kitchen instructions in a food business. They are used daily to replicate dishes promoted and served in your food facility with uniform quality. Sometimes, this makes the preparation process a bit more time-consuming than it should be. In a food business setup, converting recipes also means upsizing or downsizing recipes depending on the number of customers served. The quickest way to translate a recipe to your needs is to use a Food Recipe Converter Calculator.

Recipe conversion can take up a lot of time, which could be costly for a fast-paced environment like a food service or production facility. What you need is a quick and accurate solution to generate recipes, calculate conversions, and implement correct values in your operations.

Learn how to use our Recipe Converter Calculator and its importance in this article.

What is a Recipe Converter Calculator?

A Recipe Converter Calculator is a conversion tool that you can use to translate or scale recipes to the correct portion size that you will need to prepare. This tool is a quick and easy solution when you need to prepare a bigger or smaller batch of a favorite recipe on hand.

The recipe measurement converter calculator can automatically scale the number of ingredient amounts needed to the desired recipe size with a few clicks. It can accommodate ingredients by weight, volume, or other measurements. The tool takes away the tedious task of thinking and manually computing with a kitchen calculator how much additional flour, milk, cups of water, baking powder, and butter to use when the cake recipe is good for 15 servings, and you only need 4 portions.

A conventional recipe calculator can help rescale ingredient weight measurements without manually computing everything. This tool helps reduce errors and promote the accuracy of all computations. In operations such as baking, a slight offset in the recipe can ruin the entire final product. The recipe will not go well even if you have the correct conventional oven, the perfect baking instructions, the exact time for baking, and high-quality baking ingredients if the recipe ratio is incorrect. Amounts of ingredient quantities, such as the exact percentage of water and dry ingredients, must be precise when scaling the recipe.

Who needs a Recipe Converter Calculator?

Food businesses with varying requirements of serving sizes would benefit the most from a Recipe Converter Calculator. Food service restaurants that operate catering services can use this handy recipe scaler to estimate the needed recipe ingredients from a recipe based on the target number of customers for an event. Also, production companies and retailers that produce bigger yields that may vary daily can use the recipe converter to gain accurate products. A good example is a large bakery business with different target yields daily will find the recipe calculator very useful for varieties of cakes and loaves of bread.

How to use a Recipe Converter Calculator?

The Recipe Converter Calculator at FoodDocs is a free tool that is quick and easy to use. The converter for cooking recipes can be used as a recipe multiplier or recipe divider to rescale a recipe according to your needs and download and print the recipe as a reference or even a grocery list.

The recipe calculator does not take rocket science to operate. Below are six easy steps to use our Recipe Converter Calculator.

We’ve provided an example of a basic Brownie Recipe to show you how this converter tool works.

Step 1:Enter the name of the recipe. For example, Fudge Brownie.

Step 2: List down the original recipe ingredient list, cooking measurement amount, and indicated unit of measurement from the original recipe. Choose from units of measurement for dry and liquid ingredients. Add more rows as needed. (Example: You can add Flour in grams or cups, depending on your given recipe.)

Ingredients list for a brownie recipe

Step 3:  Describe the instructions for preparing the dish in detail. Add any remarks, notes on conventional cooking time, instructions, or additional steps for the recipe in the provided section.

Preparation notes for recipe

Step 4: Add a picture/image of the prepared food.

Add image field for recipe

Step 5: Input the original recipe yield and desired yield for the converted recipe.

Original and target recipe yields

Step 6: CREATE THE RECIPES to get the original and converted recipes.

Step 7: Enter your email address and download the recipe cards for free.

The recipe calculator application will feature both versions of the recipe, the original and recomputed lists, for complete recipe comparisons in standard recipe formats. Verify the recomputed and previous recipe for correctness, ingredient conversions, and the basic steps for instructions before printing.

Generated recipe cards from the converter tool

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What are the benefits of a proper Recipe Converter Calculator?

The simplicity of a Recipe Converter Calculator is one of its greatest appeals. Using the recipe scaler can save you valuable time and reduce the likelihood of unnecessary deviations in the final quality and safety of the product. With a cooking measurement converter, you can ensure that your operations will always yield a consistent result, no matter the scale of the preparation.

  • Convenience. This recipe converter tool is a digital solution that removes the need for pen and paper, as well as the manual computation for converting a common recipe to a different scale. You do not need to use a calculator, a complicated formula, conversion rules, and notes, as the tool will do all the elaborate conversions to scale recipes. The converter features a wide range of common units. You can input all common ingredients by volume for cooking liquids or mass for dry ingredients. In addition, the final result yields a detailed and neatly presented custom recipe card that you can print and use for your operations and planning.
  • Accuracy of conversion. Performing the conversion and cooking calculations manually has a higher risk of inaccurate measurements, which could lead to problems with food safety and quality. For example, the wrong conversion of the required preservative for the recipe may significantly affect the product’s shelf life and increase the risk of causing foodborne illness. The recipe cooking calculator ensures that all values for cooking conversions are correct for accurate preparation.

What is the fastest way to plan and manage your food production?

Managing your food production operations can take a significant amount of your time. In addition, mistakes can cost you a lot, including safety, quality, and customer confidence. As such, accuracy and uniformity of information every time is a must.

Information such as recipes, food costs, food preparations, and cleaning records must be duly documented, analyzed, and verified to ensure that your business complies with regulations and at a profit-generating phase.

At FoodDocs, we will help you manage your food production information while improving your food safety compliance efficiency at the same time. We provide a digital solution that will help you manage all product-related information.

  • Our digital solution can help you create and compile all complete recipes and preparation instructions in one digital platform.
  • Our food production solutions include a dynamic view of all the significant allergens in your operations.
  • Calculate and plan your production using our Production Planning App, where you can access all information anytime.

Food Production App from FoodDocs

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Frequently Asked Questions

Need more information on the importance of recipe calculator and conversion? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding this topic.

What is the formula for converting a recipe?

In converting a recipe, you need first to compute the conversion factor. This factor will be used as a multiplier to get the desired yield of recipe.

To compute using the conversion factor method, you must determine the original Recipe Yield and the Required Yield. The conversion factor is computed using this formula:

Conversion factor = (Required Yield) / (Recipe Yield)

The conversion factor will then be used to convert the required ingredient portion from the original recipe. That is, if the original recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, and the conversion factor is 2.5, then:

= 2 cup of flour x 2.5

= 5 cups flour

Convert values to the nearest cooking fraction for convenience.

How do you resize a recipe?

Resizing a recipe is most commonly done by dividing or multiplying each ingredient requirement by the computed multiplier to get the required fractional amount. This recipe multiplier is acquired using the formula

Example: You only need a recipe for 5 servings, and the original recipe serves 10 portions. Computing for the conversion factor,

This conversion factor will then be multiplied by all ingredients from the original recipe.

How do you change the number of servings in a recipe?

Changing the number of servings in a recipe size means multiplying or dividing the amount of each needed ingredient needed by the conversion factor. If you have a recipe that can serve 6 servings and you need to serve 12 individuals, you need to multiply all ingredients by 2.

How do you measure a double recipe?

A double recipe means multiplying all of the ingredients used in a recipe by two to yield twice the original amount.

It takes a pinch of salt or any other ingredient to make it a zero or hero dish of the day!

For an amateur or experienced chef, it is always about being perfect with measurementns of ingredients. Measurements can be a real headache while cooking dishes with the desire to get the best compliments from the guests.

Especially when baking, the measurements should be spot on for preparing lip-smacking cake or cookies. That is the main reason we have come up with the cooking measurement calculator apps that will help you with the proportion of various ingredients.

And sometimes, it becomes crucial to reconsider the measurements. Suppose there is a party at your home, so the number of people for the same dish you are an expert on will need more ingredients. That is when the ideal measurements become crucial for you.

Therefore, don’t worry now, as you have the measurement cooking calculator apps for your rescue. It will help convert the measuring units to understand the proper volume quality better. The cooking calculator apps will help you a lot at your next brunch or dinner party, so go find your companion app now!!

Top Cooking Measurement Conversion Calculator Apps to Make Easier Unit Conversions

Features of Cooking Converter:

  • Volume
  • Weight
  • Temperature
  • Wide variety of very common unit conversions

Features of BigOven Recipes & Meal Planner:

  • Have all your recipes in one place
  • Manage your grocery list
  • Discover More than 1+ Millions recipes

Features of Kitchen Stories: Easy Recipes:

Features of RecipeIQ: Recipe Calculator:

  • The nutrition calculator app for cooks-dieters-foodies and families
  • Take a photoes of any recpie
  • Create custom recipes
  • Favorite recipes
  • Convert in pounds-cups-grams and liters
  • Calculate the total nutritional value
  • Healthy meals plan

Recipe Keeper

Print your recipes, shopping lists and meal planner.

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Features of Recipe Keeper:

  • Add your own recipes, quickly and easily
  • Import recipes your favorite websites
  • Scan recipes recipes and PDF files
  • Organize your recipes and by category
  • Add ingredients to your shopping lists with one click
  • Weekly and monthly meal planner

Bored of cooking the same thing week in, week out?

Looking for new variations on your family’s favourite dishes?

Want tasty, everyday ways to use up the ingredients in your fridge?

  • Search by ingredients so you can easily use up what’s in your fridge.
  • We’re strictly advert-free! Browse and search recipes free of interruption.

Features of SuperCook Recipe By Ingredient:

  • 1 Million + recipes
  • 1,500 + sites covered
  • Shopping List that talks to your pantry
  • Powerful natural language search
  • Filters and Diets to discover the perfect dish
  • Collect, save and search your favorites
  • Personalized based on ingredients

Features of Kitchen Assistant – Recounting Ingredients. Timers:

  • Recalculation of ingredients
  • Cake Calculator
  • Recipe Book
  • Kitchen timer
  • Choice of calculation accuracy
  • Simple Recipes

Features of Yummly Recipes & Cooking Tools:

  • The exact time you want to eat and it’s instantly added to your calendar
  • You’ll even get a gentle nudge when it’s time to start cooking
  • Navigate hands-free through our step-by-step Guided Recipes

Features of Cooking Calculator:

  • Clean and easy interface to use
  • Supports volume, weight, and temperature conversions
  • Enter amounts and view results in standard cooking fractions
  • Quickly scale your recipes using fractions
  • 250+ Baking Ingredients
  • Liquid/Volume
  • Dry/Weight
  • Oven Temperature
  • Metric, UK and US units
  • Volume Converter

Features of ChefTap: Recipe Clipper, Plann:

  • Clip recipes from any website or blog
  • Adjustable text size for easy reading on your phone or tablet
  • Save pictures of recipes from the web site, or attach your own
  • No network connection required to view your clipped recipes.
  • Sort by favorites, new recipes, recently prepared, recently viewed or alphabetically
  • Clip and save up to 15 recipes without an account

New mode of working with categories


Features of Calculation of recipes:

Features of Cupful – Ingredient Weight-Volume Converter:

  • Easily convert quantities of ingredients from volume
  • Over 500 different ingredients supported
  • It’s an essential tool for every baker and chef
  • Precise measurements for helpfull in their baking and cooking

Features of Whisk: Recipes & Meal Planner:

  • Copy recipes from anywhere
  • Create your ideal meal plan for the week
  • Remember what inspired you
  • Turn your recipes into shopping lists
  • Get the groceries delivered to you

Features of Recipe calculator – CookBook:

  • Have you ever had 3 eggs in your recipe and only 2 left in the fridge?
  • Have you ever used a calculator in the kitchen before?

Baking is an exacting science. Because measuring by weight is far more accurate than measuring by volume, and thus more likely to achieve reliable results, in our recipes we provide ounce measures in addition to cup measures for many ingredients. Refer to the baking conversion chart below to convert these measures into grams.


1 cup all-purpose flour = 5 oz / 142g

1 cup cake flour = 4 oz / 113g

1 cup whole wheat flour = 5½ oz / 156g

1 cup granulated (white) sugar = 7 oz / 198g

1 cup packed brown sugar (light or dark) = 7 oz / 198g

1 cup confectioners’ sugar = 4 oz / 113g

1 cup cocoa powder = 3 oz / 85g

4 tablespoons (½ stick, or ¼ cup) = 2 oz / 57g

8 tablespoons (1 stick, or ½ cup) = 4 oz / 113g

16 tablespoons (2 sticks, or 1 cup) = 8 oz / 227g

  • U.S. all-purpose flour does not contain leaveners, as some European flours do. These leavened flours are called self-rising or self-raising. If you are using self-rising flour, take this into consideration before adding leavening to a recipe.
  • In the United States, butter is sold both salted and unsalted. We generally recommend unsalted butter. If you are using salted butter, take this into consideration before adding salt to a recipe.

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