Cooking Conversion Tables

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I’m excited to share these Cooking Conversion Tables with you! Converting recipes can be confusing, whether it’s for savory dishes or baking. I always emphasize the importance of weighing ingredients for consistent and delicious results—especially in baking! These tables aim to make your cooking experience smoother and more enjoyable.

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Since the volume measurement of an ingredient is dependent on the measuring cup or spoon, how it’s packed, density, cut and water content. Volume to weight conversions are not absolute but constant with years of cooking and baking.

Each of these tables is searchable, in the upper right-hand corner you’ll see a search box. This is especially helpful in the ingredient section, start tying and the results will compile. If there’s a component that you use frequently and would like to see listed just let me know and I’ll get it added.

Baking Temperature Conversions

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How to Convert Oven Temperatures

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For instance, to convert 350°F to Celsius, you’d follow this equation:

  • 350 degrees Fahrenheit – 32 = 318
  • 318 x 5 = 1590
  • 1590 / 9 = 176.66 degrees Celsius, which can be rounded to 180 degrees Celsius

Volume Liquid Conversions

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Volume Dry Conversions

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Flour Conversions

Flours Volume Ounces Grams
Unbleached All-Purpose 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Bread Flour 1 cup 4 3/8 124
Durum Four 1 cup 4 3/8 124
Artisan Bread Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Irish-Style Flour 1 cup 3 7/8 110
Italian-Style 00 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Pastry Flour Blend 1 cup 4 113
Pasta Flour Blend 1 cup 5 1/8 145
Pizza Flour Blend 1 cup 4 3/8 124
Self-Rising Flour 1 cup 4 113
Sprouted Wheat Flour 1 cup 4 113
Unbleached Cake Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Unbleached Pastry Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
White Whole Wheat Flour 1 cup 4 113
Whole Wheat Flour 1 cup 4 113
Whole Wheat Pastry Flour 1 cup 3 3/8 96
Rye Flours
Medium Rye 1 cup 3 5/8 103
Pumpernickel 1 cup 3 3/4 106
White Rye 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Various Flours
Almond Flour 1 cup 3 3/8 96
Amaranth Flour 1 cup 3 5/8 103
Ancient Grains 1 cup 4 5/8 113
Barley Flour 1 cup 3 85
Buckwheat Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Chickpea Flour 1 cup 3 85
Coconut Flour 1 cup 4 1/2 128
Hazelnut Flour 1 cup 3 1/8 89
Oat Flour 1 3 1/4 92
Potato Flour 1 cup 1 5/8 46
Potato Starch 1 cup 5 3/8 152
Quinoa Flour 1 cup 3 7/8 110
Rice flour (white) 1 cup 5 142
Semolina Four 1 cup 5 3/4 163
Sorghum Flour 1 cup 4 7/8 138
Soy Flour 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Spelt Flour 1 cup 3 1/2 99
Tapioca Starch or Flour 1 cup 4 113
Teff Flour 1 cup 4 3/4 135
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Common Cooking and Baking Conversions

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Ingredient Conversions

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Length Conversions

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    1. Thank you! This is great information. I need to bookmark this page.

      1. Great, so glad it’s helpful Heather! 🙂

    2. Thanks for the great information. I often find myself needing to convert things to finish a recipe.

      1. Happy to help Julie, thanks for stopping by our site! 🙂

    3. This is great! This is great and I think will be handy for when my son leaves out of the country?

      1. Hi, Karie, yes absolutely if he’s used to US measures he can just work them backward. He’ll learn them quickly, the US, Burma, and Libera are the only countries not using the metric system in its entirety! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

    4. What a great thing you’ve put together! I attempted to follow The Great British Baking Show Cookbook last summer and bought a scale to weigh out measurements instead (I have been a spectacularly terrible baker in the past) and it was putsy, but I had some success. Whatever works, right?!

      1. I think that’s great Stacey! Weighing ingredients makes a huge difference especially in baking, it’s really a magic component to making great baked goods. If you ever have any questions even if it’s not one of our recipes I’ll be happy to help out. Thanks so much for reading! 🙂

    5. You are my life saver! I struggle with any kind of conversion – I’m always calling the hubby and asking him to do for me. I’m printing this out, laminating and finding a safe spot for it in my kitchen (which by the way is finally getting put in on Monday – I’m so excited)

      1. I’m so excited to hear your new kitchen is going in, serious happy dance Nikki! ?? If you need an ingredient added just give me a shout and I’ll get it added to the list for you. Weighing ingredients is a game changer, thank you so much for being a part of our kitchen!!!?

    6. Definitely bookmarked this! Will save me from visiting “google” in the middle of a recipe 🙂

      1. Awesome, Suzan! Let me know if I’m missing anything and I’ll get it added. Thank you for visiting! 🙂

    7. OKKKKKAYYYYY! This is awesome! I am totally going to save this as I’m always scrounging the internet for hit info! 🙂

      1. Thanks so much, Emily, so glad that you like it! 😀

    8. Super helpful!! Thanks!

      1. Hi, Molly glad you like it! 🙂

    9. What a perfect reference! I bake a lot so this is very helpful.

      1. Great, thanks so much, Tracey!?

    10. So helpful, I need to line the insides of my cabinets with these!

      1. Hi, Caitt! Lol so glad that you like the conversion tables! 🙂

    11. OMG! This!!! Do you realize how much I google stuff like this ALL. THE. TIME?!?! Consider this pinned and bookmarked!

      1. Yeah, Tiffany! I do realize trust me, even after years of cooking I was still checking conversions just to make sure they were correct. SO time-consuming! That’s one reason I wanted to make sure that each table was searchable too, to keep the scrolling to a minimum. Thrilled that you find it helpful if you ever need anything added just let me know 🙂 Thanks so much for being a part of MGC! ???

    12. This is very helpful! I am from eastern Europe, so it does take some research when my mom is suggesting some recipe. Thank you for sharing this. I have also pinned it!

      1. Great, thanks so much, Anna! Appreciate the pin too 🙂 ?

    13. Leigh Ann says:

      Great tools! I love this and that it’s all in one place. Outstanding, thank you!

      1. My pleasure Leigh Ann, thanks so much for checking it out! 🙂 ?

    14. Perfect for kitchen challenged people such as myself!!!

      1. Lol, Jen 😀 so glad that you find it helpful! ?

    15. Junell DuBois says:

      What a great resource! I never know how conversions work.

      1. Thanks, Junell! 🙂 Glad you find it helpful!

    16. This is an awesome list, thank you.

      1. Hi Lynn, happy to be able to provide it for you! 🙂

    17. Wow great info! I’ve had to look some of these conversions up. This is very handy. Pinned.

      1. Thanks so much for Pinning too Cindy, so glad that you like it! 🙂

    18. This is so helpful! Im always struggling to convert while cooking.

      1. Great to hear Kat! 🙂 It can be time-consuming looking for different ingredient conversions, I really hope this makes it faster for people who use it. Thanks so much for checking it out!

    19. this is truly amazing and SO needed hahah thank you!

      1. So glad you like it, Liza, thanks so much for stopping by to check it out! 🙂

    20. Oh, my goodness – this is a great reference and resource when it comes to kitchen conversions. Thanks for putting this together for us!!

      1. Happy to do it, Tina, so glad that you like it!!! 🙂

    21. Tricia Snow says:

      Really helpful information! Thank you!

      1. Happy to put it together Tricia, thanks so much!

    22. Pauline Reynolds says:

      I guess I didn’t realize how many people struggle with conversions. It’s second nature to me. Another way to determine farenheit from Celsius is (375F – 1.8)/32=190.56C or (150C x 1.8) + 32= 302 F.

      1. Hi, Pauline! 🙂 I grew up on metric so it’s second nature for me too, but can be a real pain looking for certain ingredient conversions. It’s my hope that this helps and cuts down on the endless searching that can result. Thank you for your math conversion too! 🙂

    23. What a great cheat sheet for conversions! Definitely saving this for later.

      1. Thanks, Katie, so glad that you like it! 🙂

    24. Wow! This is an awesome list! Super useful. I’m always googling conversions. Thank you!

      1. So glad that you find it helpful Nicki, thanks so much for stopping by to check it out! 🙂

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