Grams to Cups Converter

Grams are a weight measure, whereas a cup is a measure of volume. To convert grams to cups, we have to take into account the density of each specific ingredient. Therefore, you have to select an ingredient in the select box to perform your conversion.

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List of Ingredients

Our tool allows you to convert grams to cups for almonds (whole almonds), butter, cabbage (shredded cabbage), cocoa powder, all purpose flour, bread flour, margarine, chopped green/spring onions, uncooked basmati rice, uncooked rice, coarse salt, table salt, semolina, brown sugar, granulated sugar and powdered sugar


For a specific weight, the volume of liquids such as water, milk, soy sauce and of dry ingredients such as granulated sugar or salt are pretty consistent because their density is invariable.

Unfortunately, measuring other dry ingredients such as flour and bulk foods such as shredded cheese or chopped vegetables with a cup is not as precise, since those ingredients can be compressed to a variable degree.

For example, 100 grams of all-purpose flour fills 1 cup if sifted and about 0.7 cup if scooped.

Weight (Mass) Metric Unit Conversion

1 kg = 1000 g

Metric units abbreviations

  • kg → kilogram
  • g or gr → gram

Capacity Metric Unit Conversion

1 cup = 236.588 ml = 23.659 cl = 2.366 dl = 0.237 l

Metric units abbreviations

  • ml → milliliter
  • cl → centiliter
  • dl → deciliter
  • l → liter

US Standard Volume

1 cup = 1/2 pint = 1/4 quart = 8 fluid ounces = 16 tablespoons = 48 teaspoons

English units abbreviations

  • qt. → quart
  • pt. → pint
  • fl. oz. → fluid ounce
  • tbsp. or T. → tablespoon
  • tsp. or t. → teaspoon