Note: Since the volume measurement of an ingredient depends on how you pack the measuring cup/spoon and on the ingredient itself (how it is cut, its density, its water content), the volumetoweight conversions are not absolute: they are simply a reflection of my own experience. Show
Every home cook has encountered the Cups to mL conversion dilemma. There’s nothing more annoying than opening up a recipe, only to realise that your measuring cup is missing and your knowledge of Imperial vs Metric is below par. The majority of Australian recipes use mLs or cups as measures of volume but it’s important to be able to convert between the two to measure liquids. So if you’re ever wondering how many mL are in a cup? We’ve got the answers for you below in a handy chart. Cups to mL Conversion TableAustralia, Canada, New Zealand, and some other Commonwealth Nations employ a “metric cup” of 250 millilitres. For reference, one dessertspoon is the equivalent of two teaspoons. CupsMillilitres1 cup250 ml3/4 cup190 ml2/3 cup170 ml1/2 cup125 ml1/3 cup80 ml1/4 cup60 ml1 tablespoon20 ml1 teaspoon5 mlIt’s also important to note that the US Standard (imperial) measure of a cup is different to Australia (metric) which is explained further below. American recipes often use ounces (oz) to measure liquids and for that, you can use this handy calculator here. Cup to mL CalculatorYou can also use this handy calculator below to convert cups to millilitres: Cups to mL Calculator Cup (unit) Size in the US vs MetricThe United States Cup measurement differs from Australia in that it is traditionally equal to onehalf US pint (236.6 ml) or what’s known as a customary cup. However, the cup currently used in the United States for nutrition labelling is defined in United States law as 240 ml. Click here for an Oz to mL to Cup Conversion Table. General FAQHow many mL in a cup?Australia, New Zealand and Canada employ a metric cup of 250 millilitres. What is a cup (unit)?The cup is a cooking measurement of volume. It is traditionally equal to onehalf US pint (236.6 ml), or an amount between 200 ml and 250 ml in the metric system Cooking Copy LinkShare Share this on FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditPinterestSend this by EmailMessengerWhatsAppCopy Link COFOUNDER Mr Scott Purcell, CFAScott Purcell is the CoFounder of Man of Many and a CFA Charterholder. Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney majoring in Finance and International Business. Prior to starting Man of Many, Scott spent 7 years at Westpac Institutional Bank as a Senior Financial Analyst. Scott was named as a Finalist for Publish Leader of the Year in the Mumbrella Publish Awards for 2021, as a Finalist in the NSW Business Chamber Awards for Young Entrepreneur in 2017 and brings extensive commercial and financial expertise to the media industry. Scott specialises in technology, finance, whisky and general lifestyle content. Imperial to Metric Volume Conversions Metric to Imperial Length ConversionsImperialMetric.4 inch=1 cm..8 inch=2 cm.1.2 inches=3 cm.1.6 inches=4 cm.2 inches=5 cm.3.9 inches=10 cm.1 yard 3 inches=1 meterHow many ml is 2/3 a cup?
What's 2 3 cup equivalent to?One half cup plus two tablespoons plus two teaspoons equals two thirds of a cup. Or, if you have the patience, ten tablespoons plus two teaspoons is also two thirds of a cup.
What is 2/3 of a cup milk?Liquid and dry ingredients conversion tables. Is 250ml the same as 1 cup?Volume of most liquids (water, juice, milk, cream) are converted by volume from imperial to metric: 1 cup = 250 mL. ¾ cup = 175 mL. ½ cup = 125 mL.
