 # How many milliliters are in a cup?

Knowing how many milliliters are in a cup is one of the useful conversions we should know, especially if we like cooking.

Well, when we make a recipe, we come across quantities that we have no way of measuring or we calculate them wrongly.

For example, if we talk about a cup of flour, can we calculate the amount with a coffee cup?

Stay with us and learn how to calculate how many milliliters are in a cup.

## Millilitres in a cup

The first thing you have to know is where the recipe comes from. Why? Because the measure can vary.

In Latin America, Canada and New Zealand one cup is equivalent to 250 cm3 or 250 ml.

However, if it is a recipe from the United States, one cup of any of the ingredients you need will weigh 236.5 ml.

Finally, the United Kingdom and the countries that were once British colonies use the measure known as the imperial cup. In this case, an imperial cup corresponds to 284.1 ml or cubic centimetres.

## Quick calculation of cups to millilitres

One of the most common ingredients in any kind of sweet or savoury recipe is water.

You need to know how many milliliters a cup of water has. The established measure is 240 ml of water equivalent to 1 cup. With that base measurement you can calculate the other conversions quickly.

## What is the capacity of a cup of coffee?

If you need to know the amount of liquid in a cup, the measurement is as follows:

1 cup is 225 ml

3/4 cup is 170 ml

1/2 cup is 110 ml

1/4 cup is 56 ml

## How many grams are in a cup

The cup is a very common measure for measuring the ingredients of various recipes, especially when it comes to pastries.

Let’s see how many grams there are in a cup of dry ingredients:

### Cup of flour and icing sugar

1 cup equals 125 g

1/2 cup equals 65 g

1/3 cup is equivalent to 50 g

1/4 cup equals 30 g

### Cup of white or brown sugar

1 cup equals 220 g

1/2 cup equals 110 g

1/3 cup equals 85 g

1/4 cup equals 60 g

### Butter Cup

1 cup equals 200 g

1/2 cup corresponds to 100 g

1/3 cup equals 65 g

1/4 cup equals 50 g

### Cup of cocoa powder

1 cup equals 95 g

1/2 cup equals 45 g

1/3 cup equals 30 g

1/4 cup equals 20 g

### Cup of chocolate chips

1 cup equals 170 g

1/2 cup equals 75 g

1/3 cup is equivalent to 65 g

1/4 cup equals 45 g

### Cup of whole hazelnuts

1 cup is equivalent to 130 g

1/2 cup equals 70 g

1/3 cup equals 50 g

1/4 cup equals 35 g

### Cup of almond powder

1 cup equals 115 g

1/2 cup equals 55 g

1/3 cup equals 40 g

1/4 cup equals 30 g

### Cup of raisins

1 cup equals 115 g

1/2 cup is equivalent to 65 g

1/3 cup equals 45 g

1/4 cup equals 30 g

### Peanut cup

1 cup equals 150 g

1/2 cup equals 75 g

1/3 cup is equivalent to 50 g

1/4 cup equals 25 g

### Oatmeal cup

1 cup equals 105 g

1/2 cup equals 55 g

1/3 cup equals 40 g

1/4 cup is equivalent to 25 g

## Cups to measure milliliters

We already know how to calculate most common ingredients in both cups, grams and milliliters.

In the case of grams you will need a small weight in your kitchen to calculate exactly how much material you need.

If you need to calculate the milliliters of liquids, at Monouso we have a tool that will help you with that task.

Hard Glass PS Cups are rigid containers that, in addition to being very durable, come with markings so you can measure the milliliters of any liquid.

This way, you can cook your delicious dishes without complications.

### How many milliliters does one cup of water equal?

Currently, the established measurement is 240 ml per cup of water. So. you can calculate the rest of the conversions quickly.

### How do I measure milliliters in cups?

Debemos recordar que 1 taza son 225 ml, 3/4 de taza son 170 ml, 1/2 de taza son 110 ml y 1/4 de taza son 56 ml.

### How do I measure grams in cups?

It usually depends on the food to be weighed: flour, powdered sugar, cocoa powder…

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