Want a printable with some common kitchen measurements and their equivalents? Download this free Kitchen Measurement Conversion Chart!
Have you ever been cooking and realized that you needed to know how many tablespoons were in a cup or how many cups make a pint? I made a printable to share with my readers (you! :))with some common measurements and their equivalents including some metric measurements. I hope this kitchen measurement conversion chart helps you with all your kitchen adventures!
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This would work great hung up in a cabinet so it would be handy when needed. It would also work great in a recipe binder.
I sometimes use conversions when I am ordering online and trying to compare prices. So, you may find this helpful to have printed out near your computer.
I like to print out my printables on 24 lb paper. I like it better than the thinner 20 lb paper. I find this paper is a good price at Walmart. I also buy discount ink on Amazon so that my printables are very inexpensive. That way I can print a lot because I love it. 🙂
The conversion chart contains many common measurements. It also contains some metric conversions. This is helpful for those of us who learned about the metric system in school, but still don’t know it very well. Of course, I don’t know anyone like that. Ahem.
Scroll down for the link to download and print.
Click here to download the printable.
If you want to convert some other kitchen measurements, check out this conversion calculator. It covers all kinds of measurements, but the most helpful for cooking would be the volume, weight, and temperature tabs.