Last updated on November 7th, 2022 at 12:54 am
Use this free printable to easily convert dry and liquid baking ingredients from imperial to metric or vice versa. We’ve included an oven temperature conversion chart too.
Almost everyone who bakes has gotten recipes online from a blog or baking site. It’s always fun to discover new goodies to make, but since the United States is one of only a few countries in the world to still use the imperial measurement system, you’ll likely need to convert a recipe at some point.
It can be frustrating if you’re not familiar with, and don’t have the right tools, to measure grams and millileters. And, if you don’t get it right…well, your recipe will suffer.
To make things simple, we’ve created this handy imperial to metric conversion chart. Now, at a glance, you’ll be able to convert millileters or grams to cups.
This chart takes away the guesswork, and shows the conversion for some of the most common ingredients used in baking.
And, we didn’t forget to include a baking temperature conversion chart. After all, there’s a world of difference between 200 degrees Fahrenheit and 200 degrees Celsius!
Imperial to Metric Conversion + Oven Temperature Conversion Chart
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