All of the baking conversion charts you'll ever need!

Published on 13 April 2022 2 min read

How many grams in a cup? What's gas mark 4 in celsius? How many millimetres are in a pint? How do you convert cups to grams? Whether you use metric or imperial measurements, it's likely you've found yourself asking these sorts of questions in the kitchen! We're here to rescue you with our simple conversion charts!

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Oven temperature conversion chart

When you're baking in a new oven, it always takes a while to get used to it! Your sponge cake might have been perfect in 20 minutes in your gas oven, but dry and crumbly in the same time when using a fan oven. Throw in the added confusion of converting oven temperatures, and it can all feel a little overwhelming. This oven temperature conversion chart will help get you off to a good start!

Gas mark

Celsius (°C)

Fahrenheit (°F)

1

140°C

275°F

2

150°C

300°F

3

175°C

325°F

4

180°C

350°F

5

190°C

375°F

6

200°C

400°F

7

220°C

425°F

8

230°C

450°F

Pro Tip

Use an oven thermometer to check the temperature of your oven – most of the time they are off by 10-15 degrees!

Liquid conversion chart

Liquid measurements can be baffling – while we still use pints to measure milk and beer, our tin cans and drinks bottles are measured in ml! When it comes to baking, recipes tend to differ, but this chart will help you make sense of it!

Metric (ml/l)

Pint

Cups

125ml

½ cup

150ml

¼ pint

200ml

250ml

1 cup

275ml

½ pint

300ml

450ml

500ml

2 cups

570ml

1 pint

750ml

3 cups

1 litre

1¾ pints

4 cups

Teaspoon conversion chart

When a recipe calls for a teaspoon or tablespoon, it can start to get a little confusing! Spoons vary in size, but when you use the ml equivalent you can be more accurate when baking.

Millilitre (ml)

Teaspoon/tablespoon (tsp/tbsp)

1.25ml

¼ tsp

2.5ml

½ tsp

5ml

1 tsp

10ml

2 tsp

15ml

1 tbsp

30ml

2 tbsp

Cups conversion chart

Cups to grams will differ depending on the ingredient you’re measuring, due to the weight of the ingredients not all being the same. To make sure the ratios are right, we recommend sticking to one form of measurement throughout your whole recipe - using either cups or grams - to keep it consistent. The end result might be slightly bigger or smaller, but it will still taste delicious!

One cup

Metric (grams)

Imperial (ounces)

Flour

140g

5oz

Caster sugar

225g

8oz

Brown sugar

170g

6oz

Butter

225g

8oz

Golden syrup

340g

12oz

Sultanas/raisins

140g

5oz

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