BAKING Ingredient Weight Volume Chart
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Baking Ingredient Weight and Volume Chart

Baking Ingredient Weight and Volume Chart for your baking needs: Most baking professionals will weigh their ingredients with a digital scale versus using measuring cups and spoons. Mainly because they are baking in huge batches. When you’re baking in your home kitchen, bakers tend to use recipes that call for cups and teaspoons because it is a small batch.

Baking Ingredient Weight and Volume Chart

Keep in mind, there is no right or wrong way to measure your ingredients! Stick with what the recipe calls for. Use measuring cups when the recipe calls for cups. Use a digital scale when the recipe calls for an ingredient’s weight.

When a baking ingredient gets very low, using the metric system for weighing will help! It can be measured in very small amounts. Most digital scales will have a function that will allow you to switch to the metric system.

When you’re in need, here is a handy-dandy chart for measuring and weighing popular’s baking ingredients

INGREDIENTVOLUMEWEIGHT | AMERICANWEIGHT | METRIC
All-purpose flour1 cup4 ounces
Almond meal1 cup3 ounces
Baking powder1 teaspoon 4 grams
Baking soda 1 teaspoon6 grams
Bread flour1 cup4 1/2 ounces
Brown rice flour1 cup 4 1/2 ounces
Butter1 cup 4 ounces
Chocolate: chips, chunks, or bar1 cup6 ounces
Confectioner’s sugar1 cup 4 ounces
Corn syrup: light or dark1 cup11 ounces
Egg, large size1 whole1 1/2 ounces
Espresso powder1 tablespoon7 grams
Gluten-free all-purpose flour 1 cup5 ounces
Milk, whole1 cup8 ounces
Rice flour1 cup8 ounces
Salt, Kosher 1 tablespoon8 grams
Salt, table-style1 tablespoon18 grams
Sugar, white granulated1 cup7 ounces
Veg oil1 cup7 ounces
Walnuts1 cup4 ounces
Water1 cup8 ounces
Yeast, instant1 tablespoon1/4 ounce 9 grams
Yogurt1 cup8 ounces

Baking is more of a science than cooking. Make sure your ingredients are measured correctly and accurately to ensure sweet success!

Every recipe will vary from baker to baker. You may find you need to adjust an ingredient in a recipe…and that is normal. Enjoy your baking journey!

Ready to bake? Check out my recipe index here.

Need a digital scale? Check some out here.

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