## Convert Cups to Grams

Measuring your ingredients by weight (grams) can help make your ingredient amounts are accurate. It’s especially true in baking—think how much flour you can fit in a measuring cup depending on how much you pack it. These Convert Cups to Grams charts help you go between cups, grams, and ounces, depending on what your recipe calls for.

 All-purpose Flour and Icing Sugar) 1/4 cup=30 grams 1/3 cup=40 grams 1/2 cup=60 grams 2/3 cup=75 grams 3/4 cup=85 grams 1 cup=110 grams Granulated, Superfine or Caster Sugar 1/4 cup=55 grams 1/3 cup=75 grams 1/2 cup=115 grams 2/3 cup=150 grams 3/4 cup=170 grams 1 cup=225 grams Butter or Margarine 1/4 cup=55 grams 1/3 cup=75 grams 1/2 cup=115 grams 2/3 cup=150 grams 3/4 cup=170 grams 1 cup=225 grams Light, Golden or Dark Brown Sugar 1/4 cup=50 grams 1/3 cup=65 grams 1/2 cup=100 grams 2/3 cup=135 grams 3/4 cup=150 grams 1 cup=200 grams Unsweetened Cocoa Powder 1/4 cup=30 grams 1/3 cup=40 grams 1/2 cup=60 grams 2/3 cup=75 grams 3/4 cup=85 grams 1 cup=125 grams Cake Flour 1/4 cup=20 grams 1/3 cup=25 grams 1/2 cup=50 grams 2/3 cup=65 grams 3/4 cup=70 grams 1 cup=95 grams Sliced Almonds 1/4 cup=20 grams 1/3 cup=25 grams 1/2 cup=40 grams 2/3 cup=55 grams 3/4 cup=60 grams 1 cup=80 grams Ground Almonds 1/4 cup=50 grams 1/3 cup=65 grams 1/2 cup=100 grams 2/3 cup=135 grams 3/4 cup=150 grams 1 cup=200 grams Shaved Coconut 1/4 cup=20 grams 1/3 cup=25 grams 1/2 cup=40 grams 2/3 cup=50 grams 3/4 cup=60 grams 1 cup=75 grams Dessicated Coconut 1/4 cup=25 grams 1/3 cup=35 grams 1/2 cup=50 grams 2/3 cup=65 grams 3/4 cup=75 grams 1 cup=100 grams