Measuring ingredients, especially dry ingredients will improve accuracy of all your recipes. Below is a handy baking chart to remember while baking. The more you use it, the more likely you will be able to have it memorized!

Save the hassel of taking out measuring cups, measuring by weight is not only easier but way more accurate!

Ingredients to Measure by Weight: Cup conversion to Grams:
Biscuit Crumbs (Graham Crackers/Biscuits) 1 Cup = 100 Grams
Bread Crumbs 1 Cup = 150 Grams
Butter 1 Cup = 227 Grams
Chocolate (chips) 1 Cup = 170 Grams
Cocoa Powder(unsweetened) 1 Cup = 90 Grams
Coconut (dried & shredded) 1 Cup = 90 Grams
Flour (all purpose) 1 Cup = 130 Grams
Flour (almond/almond meal) 1 Cup = 100 Grams
Flour (cake) 1 Cup = 120 Grams
Flour (quinoa) 1 Cup = 120 Grams
Flour (whole wheat) 1 Cup = 140 Grams
Nuts (chopped) 

Nut Butter (peanut or almond butter)

1 Cup = 100 Grams 

1 Cup = 240 Grams

Sugar (white)

Sugar (powdered/icing/Confectioner)

1 Cup = 200 Grams

1 Cup = 110 Grams

Sugar (brown) 1 Cup = 210 Grams
Sugar (raw cane juice) 1 Cup = 220 Grams
Yogurt 1 Cup = 227 Grams

 

For all those that measure in ounces, 1 OUNCE = 28 GRAMS

Please contact me if you have any questions about measuring ingredients. I would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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