## How many dry ounces is half a cup?

How many ounces equal half a cup? – There are four ounces in half a cup. This measurement is for liquid ingredients only.

### Is 4 oz dry half a cup?

How many cups is 4 oz? – In general, four ounces (4 oz) make up half a cup (1.5 cups). That’s about 113.4 grams. However, bear in mind that this conversion works for dry ingredients, like flour, baking powder, baking soda and refers to dry ounces. This will not work for the measurement of fluids.

### How much is a half cup?

Half of a cup, equal to 4 fluid ounces (0.1 liter) or 8 tablespoons.

## Is 8 oz dry one cup?

There is 1 cup in 8 oz. To convert ounces to cups on your own: 1 ounce = 0.125 cup.8 x 0.125 = 1 cup.

## How many dry ounces is 1 cup?

Measuring Cups for Dry Ingredients – To guarantee that the proper amount of ingredients is contained within each dry measuring cup, level them off with a butter knife or something comparable. Although dry materials might have the same volume, they may not have the same weight.

### How do I measure Oz in dry?

Ounces vs. Fluid Ounces: They Aren’t the Same! – Ounces are a unit of weight. Fluid ounces are a unit of volume. If measuring water, one fluid ounce weighs exactly one ounce of weight, however this ratio can change depending on the density of what you are measuring.

The good news is that most of the time, one fluid ounce of any liquid you’d use in cooking will weigh close enough to an ounce that it shouldn’t throw your final results off too much. Our friend Stella Parks has this to say about ounces vs. fluid ounces: “I’d like to go back in time and punch the guy who thought it’d be a good idea to force two different systems of measurement to share the same name.” We concur.

It can be very confusing. If a recipe calls for eight ounces of chocolate chips, is that eight ounces on a scale (weight), or a one-cup dry measure filled with chocolate chips (volume)? The convention in the US is this: If a dry ingredient is listed in ounces, it’s a unit of weight and should be measured on a scale.

If a wet ingredient is listed in ounces, it’s fluid ounces and should be measured in a wet measuring cup. Chocolate chips, oats, flour, pasta, and rice are all things that would be listed in ounces (weight), while water, stock, milk, cream, honey, or oil would all be listed in fluid ounces (volume). The exception to this rule is when a baking recipe very clearly lists weights before volumes.

In that case, every ingredient should be measured by weight on a scale. For instance, Kenji’s New York-style pizza dough lists weights as the primary measure with approximate volumes in parentheses and is a recipe designed to be completed 100% on a scale with no liquid or dry measuring cups required.

1. At Serious Eats, many of our serious baking projects are listed in this manner.
2. This is because we feel very strongly that using a scale and measuring ingredients—wet or dry—by weight is the best, most accurate way to guarantee consistency in your baking projects.* * By extension, any time you see a serious baking recipe that offers only measurements in volume and not in mass it should immediately set off alarms in your head.

Perhaps you should look for a different recipe!

### How many dry ounces is a cup of flour?

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For best results, we recommend weighing your ingredients with a digital scale. A cup of all-purpose flour weighs 4 1/4 ounces or 120 grams. This chart is a quick reference for volume, ounces, and grams equivalencies for common ingredients.

Ingredient Volume Ounces Grams
’00’ Pizza Flour 1 cup 4 116
Agave syrup 1/4 cup 3 84
All-Purpose Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Almond Flour 1 cup 3 3/8 96
Almond meal 1 cup 3 84
Almond paste (packed) 1 cup 9 1/8 259
Almonds (sliced) 1/2 cup 1 1/2 43
Almonds (slivered) 1/2 cup 2 57
Almonds, whole (unblanched) 1 cup 5 142
Amaranth flour 1 cup 3 5/8 103
Apple juice concentrate 1/4 cup 2 1/2 70
Apples (dried, diced) 1 cup 3 85
Apples (peeled, sliced) 1 cup 4 113
Applesauce 1 cup 9 255
Apricots (dried, diced) 1/2 cup 2 1/4 64
Artisan Bread Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Artisan Bread Topping 1/4 cup 1 1/2 43
Baker’s Cinnamon Filling 1 cup 5 3/8 152
Baker’s Fruit Blend 1 cup 4 1/2 128
Baker’s Special Sugar (superfine sugar, castor sugar) 1 cup 6 3/4 190
Baking powder 1 tea­spoon 4
Baking soda 1/2 tea­spoon 3
Baking Sugar Alternative 1 cup 6 170
Bananas (mashed) 1 cup 8 227
Barley (cooked) 1 cup 7 5/8 215
Barley (pearled) 1 cup 7 1/2 213
Barley flakes 1/2 cup 1 5/8 46
Barley flour 1 cup 3 85
Barley malt syrup 2 tablespoons 1 1/2 42
Basil pesto 2 table­spoons 1 28
Bell peppers (fresh) 1 cup 5 142
Berries (frozen) 1 cup 5 142
Better Cheddar Cheese Powder 1/2 cup 2 57
Blueberries (dried) 1 cup 5 1/2 156
Blueberries (fresh or frozen) 1 cup 5 to 6 140 to 170
Blueberry juice 1 cup 8 1/2 241
Boiled cider 1/4 cup 3 85
Bran cereal 1 cup 2 1/8 60
Bread crumbs (dried) 1/4 cup 1 28
Bread crumbs (fresh) 1/4 cup 3/4 21
Bread crumbs (Japanese Panko) 1 cup 1 3/4 50
Bread Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Brown rice (cooked) 1 cup 6 170
Brown rice flour 1 cup 4 1/2 128
Brown sugar (dark or light, packed) 1 cup 7 1/2 213
Buckwheat (whole) 1 cup 6 170
Buckwheat Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Bulgur 1 cup 5 3/8 152
Butter 8 table­spoons (1/2 cup) 4 113
Buttermilk 1 cup 8 227
Buttermilk powder 2 tablespoons 2/3 18
Cacao nibs 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Cake Enhancer 2 table­spoons 1/2 14
Candied peel 1/2 cup 3 85
Caramel (14-16 individual pieces, 1″ squares) 1/2 cup 5 142
Caramel bits (chopped Heath or toffee) 1 cup 5 1/2 156
Caraway seeds 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Carrots (cooked and puréed) 1/2 cup 4 1/2 128
Carrots (diced) 1 cup 5 142
Carrots (grated) 1 cup 3 1/2 99
Cashews (chopped) 1 cup 4 113
Cashews (whole) 1 cup 4 113
Celery (diced) 1 cup 5 142
Cheese (Feta) 1/2 cup 2 57
Cheese (grated cheddar, jack, mozzarella, or Swiss) 1 cup 4 113
Cheese (grated Parmesan) 1/2 cup 1 3/4 50
Cheese (Ricotta) 1 cup 8 227
Cherries (candied) 1/4 cup 1 3/4 50
Cherries (dried) 1/2 cup 2 1/2 71
Cherries (fresh, pitted, chopped) 1/2 cup 2 7/8 80
Cherries (frozen) 1 cup 4 113
Cherry Concentrate 2 tablespoons 1 1/2 42
Chickpea flour 1 cup 3 85
Chives (fresh) 1/2 cup 3/4 21
Chocolate (chopped) 1 cup 6 170
Chocolate Chips 1 cup 6 170
Chocolate Chunks 1 cup 6 170
Cinnamon Sweet Bits 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Cinnamon-Sugar 1/4 cup 1 3/4 50
Cocoa (unsweetened) 1/2 cup 1 1/2 42
Coconut (sweetened, shredded) 1 cup 3 85
Coconut (toasted) 1 cup 3 85
Coconut (unsweetened, desiccated) 1 cup 3 85
Coconut (unsweetened, large flakes) 1 cup 2 1/8 60
Coconut (unsweetened, shredded) 1 cup 1 7/8 53
Coconut cream (unsweetened) 1 cup 10 284
Coconut Flour 1 cup 4 1/2 128
Coconut milk; canned, well shaken 1 cup 8 1/2 241
Coconut milk (evaporated) 1 cup 8 1/2 242
Coconut Milk Powder 1/2 cup 2 57
Coconut oil 1/2 cup 4 113
Coconut sugar 1/2 cup 2 3/4 77
Confectioners’ sugar (unsifted) 2 cups 8 227
Cookie crumbs 1 cup 3 85
Corn (fresh or frozen) 1/4 cup 1 1/3 38
Corn (popped) 4 cups 3/4 21
Corn syrup 1 cup 11 312
Cornmeal (whole) 1 cup 4 7/8 138
Cornmeal (yellow, Quaker) 1 cup 5 1/2 156
Cornstarch 1/4 cup 1 28
Cracked wheat 1 cup 5 1/4 149
Cranberries (dried) 1/2 cup 2 57
Cranberries (fresh or frozen) 1 cup 3 1/2 99
Cream (heavy cream, light cream, or half & half) 1 cup 8 227
Cream cheese 1 cup 8 227
Cream of coconut 1/2 cup 5 142
Crème fraiche 1/2 cup 4 1/3 124
Crystallized ginger 1/2 cup 3 1/4 92
Currants 1 cup 5 142
Dates (chopped) 1 cup 5 1/4 149
Demerara sugar 1 cup 7 3/4 220
Dried Blueberry Powder 1/4 cup 1 28
Dried milk (Baker’s Special Dry Milk) 1/4 cup 1 28
Dried nonfat milk (powdered) 1/4 cup 1 28
Dried potato flakes (instant mashed potatoes) 1/2 cup 1 1/2 43
Dried whole milk (powdered) 1/2 cup 1 3/4 50
Durum Flour 1 cup 4 3/8 124
Easy Roll Dough Improver 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Egg (fresh) 1 large 1 3/4 50
Egg white (fresh) 1 large 1 1/4 35
Egg whites (dried) 2 table­spoons 3/8 11
Egg yolk (fresh) 1 large 1/2 14
Espresso Powder 1 table­spoon 1/4 7
Everything Bagel Topping 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Figs (dried, chopped) 1 cup 5 1/4 149
First Clear Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Flax meal 1/2 cup 1 3/4 50
Flaxseed 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Formaggio Italiano Cheese and Herb Blend 1/4 cup 1 30
French-Style Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Fruitcake Fruit Blend 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Garlic (cloves, in skin for roasting) 1 large head 4 113
Garlic (minced) 2 table­spoons 1 28
Garlic (peeled and sliced) 1 cup 5 1/4 149
Ghee 1/4 cup 1 1/2 44
Ginger (fresh, sliced) 1/4 cup 2 57
Gluten-Free ’00’ Pizza Flour 1 cup 3 1/2 100
Gluten-Free All-Purpose Baking Mix 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour 1 cup 5 1/2 156
Gluten-Free Bread Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Gluten-Free Measure for Measure Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Gluten-Free sourdough starter 1 cup 8 to 8 1/2 227 to 241
Glutinous rice flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Graham cracker crumbs (store-bought or crushed from whole) 1 cup (6 to 7 crackers) 3 1/2 100
Granola 1 cup 4 113
Grape Nuts 1/2 cup 2 57
Harvest Grains Blend 1/2 cup 2 5/8 74
Hazelnut flour 1 cup 3 1/8 89
Hazelnut Praline Paste 1/2 cup 5 1/2 156
Hazelnut spread 1/2 cup 5 5/8 160
Hazelnuts (whole) 1 cup 5 142
Hi-Maize Natural Fiber 1/4 cup 1 1/8 32
High-Gluten Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Honey 1 table­spoon 3/4 21
Instant ClearJel 1 table­spoon 3/8 11
Irish-Style Flour 1 cup 3 7/8 110
Italian-Style Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Jam or preserves 1/4 cup 3 85
Jammy Bits 1 cup 6 1/2 184
Keto Wheat Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Keto Wheat Pizza Crust Mix 1 cup 3 7/8 110
Key Lime Juice 1 cup 8 227
Lard 1/2 cup 4 113
Leeks (diced) 1 cup 3 1/4 92
Lemon Crumbles 1 cup 6 1/3 180
Lemon juice 1 tablespoon 14
Lemon Juice Powder 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Lime Juice Powder 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Macadamia nuts (whole) 1 cup 5 1/4 149
Malt syrup 2 table­spoons 1 1/2 43
Malted Milk Powder 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Malted Wheat Flakes 1/2 cup 2 1/4 64
Maple sugar 1/2 cup 2 3/4 78
Maple syrup 1/2 cup 5 1/2 156
Marshmallow spread, store-bought 1 cup 4 1/3 123
Marshmallow Fluff® 1 cup 4 1/2 128
Marshmallows (mini) 1 cup 1 1/2 43
Marzipan 1 cup 10 1/8 290
Masa Harina 1 cup 3 1/4 93
Mascarpone cheese 1 cup 8 227
Mashed potatoes 1 cup 7 1/2 213
Mashed sweet potatoes 1 cup 8 1/2 240
Mayonnaise 1/2 cup 4 113
Medium Rye Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Meringue powder 1/4 cup 1 1/2 43
Milk (evaporated) 1/2 cup 4 113
Milk (fresh) 1 cup 8 227
Millet (whole) 1/2 cup 3 5/8 103
Mini chocolate chips 1 cup 6 1/4 177
Molasses 1/4 cup 3 85
Mushrooms (sliced) 1 cup 2 3/4 78
Non-Diastatic Malt Powder 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Oat bran 1/2 cup 1 7/8 53
Oat flour 1 cup 3 1/4 92
Oats (old-fashioned or quick-cooking) 1 cup 3 1/8 89
Oats (prepared) 1 cup 5 1/8 147
Olive oil 1/4 cup 1 3/4 50
Olives (sliced) 1 cup 5 142
Onions (fresh, diced) 1 cup 5 142
Paleo Baking Flour 1 cup 3 5/8 104
Palm shortening 1/4 cup 1 1/2 45
Passion fruit purée 1/3 cup 2 1/8 60
Pasta Flour Blend 1 cup 5 1/8 145
Pastry Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Pastry Flour Blend 1 cup 4 113
Peaches (peeled and diced) 1 cup 6 170
Peanut butter 1/2 cup 4 3/4 135
Peanuts (whole, shelled) 1 cup 5 142
Pears (peeled and diced) 1 cup 5 3/4 163
Pecan Meal 1 cup 2 3/4 80
Pecans (diced) 1/2 cup 2 57
Pie Filling Enhancer 1/4 cup 1 5/8 46
Pine nuts 1/2 cup 2 1/2 71
Pineapple (crushed, drained) 1 cup 9 256
Pineapple (dried) 1/2 cup 2 1/2 71
Pineapple (fresh or canned, diced) 1 cup 6 170
Pistachio nuts (shelled) 1/2 cup 2 1/8 60
Pistachio Paste 1/4 cup 2 3/4 78
Pizza Dough Flavor 2 tablespoons 12
Pizza Flour Blend 1 cup 4 3/8 124
Pizza sauce 1/4 cup 2 57
Pizza Seasoning 2 tablespoons 1/3 10
Polenta (coarse ground cornmeal) 1 cup 5 3/4 163
Poppy seeds 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Potato Flour 1/4 cup 1 5/8 46
Potato starch 1 cup 5 3/8 152
Pumpernickel Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Pumpkin purée 1 cup 8 227
Quinoa (cooked) 1 cup 6 1/2 184
Quinoa (whole) 1 cup 6 1/4 177
Quinoa flour 1 cup 3 7/8 110
Raisins (loose) 1 cup 5 1/4 149
Raisins (packed) 1/2 cup 3 85
Raspberries (fresh) 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Rhubarb (sliced, 1/2″ slices) 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Rice (long grain, dry) 1/2 cup 3 1/2 99
Rice flour (white) 1 cup 5 142
Rice Krispies 1 cup 1 28
Rye Bread Improver 2 tablespoons 14
Rye Chops 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Rye flakes 1 cup 4 3/8 124
Rye Flour Blend 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Salt (Kosher, Diamond Crystal) 1 table­spoon 8
Salt (Kosher, Morton’s) 1 table­spoon 16
Salt (table) 1 table­spoon 18
Scallions (sliced) 1 cup 2 1/4 64
Self-Rising Flour 1 cup 4 113
Semolina Flour 1 cup 5 3/4 163
Sesame seeds 1/2 cup 2 1/2 71
Shallots (peeled and sliced) 1 cup 5 1/2 156
Six-Grain Blend 1 cup 4 1/2 128
Snow White Non-Melting Topping Sugar 1/2 cup 2 57
Sorghum flour 1 cup 4 7/8 138
Sour cream 1 cup 8 227
Sourdough starter 1 cup 8 to 8 1/2 227 to 241
Soy flour 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Sparkling Sugar 1/4 cup 2 57
Spelt Flour 1 cup 3 1/2 99
Sprouted Wheat Flour 1 cup 4 113
Steel cut oats 1/2 cup 2 1/2 70
Sticky Bun Sugar 1 cup 3 1/2 99
Strawberries (fresh sliced) 1 cup 5 7/8 167
Sugar (granulated white) 1 cup 7 198
Sugar substitute (Splenda) 1 cup 7/8 25
Sundried tomatoes (dry pack) 1 cup 6 170
Sunflower seeds 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Super 10 Blend 1 cup 3 3/4 106
Swedish Pearl Sugar 1/4 cup 1 3/4 49
Sweet Ground Chocolate and Cocoa Blend 1/4 cup 1 28
Sweetened condensed coconut milk 1 cup 10 1/8 288
Sweetened condensed milk 1/4 cup 2 3/4 78
Tahini paste 1/2 cup 4 1/2 128
Tapioca starch or flour 1 cup 4 113
Tapioca (quick cooking) 2 table­spoons 3/4 21
Teff flour 1 cup 4 3/4 135
The Works Bread Topping 1/4 cup 1 1/4 35
Toasted Almond Flour 1 cup 3 3/8 96
Toffee chunks 1 cup 5 1/2 156
Tomato paste 2 tablespoons 1 29
Tropical Fruit Blend 1 cup 4 1/2 to 5 128 to 142
Turbinado sugar (raw) 1 cup 6 3/8 180
Unbleached Cake Flour 1 cup 4 1/4 120
Vanilla Extract 1 table­spoon 1/2 14
Vegetable oil 1 cup 7 198
Vegetable shortening 1/4 cup 1 5/8 46
Vital Wheat Gluten 2 table­spoons 5/8 18
Walnuts (chopped) 1 cup 4 113
Walnuts (whole) 1/2 cup 2 1/4 64
Water 1 cup 8 227
Wheat berries (red) 1 cup 6 1/2 184
Wheat bran 1/2 cup 1 1/8 32
Wheat germ 1/4 cup 1 28
White Chocolate Chips 1 cup 6 170
White Rye Flour 1 cup 3 3/4 106
White Whole Wheat Flour 1 cup 4 113
Whole Grain Flour Blend 1 cup 4 113
Whole Wheat Flour (Premium 100%) 1 cup 4 113
Whole Wheat Pastry Flour / Graham Flour 1 cup 3 3/8 96
Yeast (instant) 2 tea­spoons 1/5 6
Yeast (instant) 2 1/4 teaspoons 1/4 7
Yeast (instant) 1 tablespoon 1/3 9
Yogurt 1 cup 8 227
Yuletide Cheer Fruit Blend 1 cup 4 1/2 130
Zucchini (shredded) 1 cup 4 1/4 to 5 1/4 121 to 150

Note: If you’re comparing the weights in this chart with those on our recipe site, you may see differences in the gram amounts for some ingredients. Don’t worry; these small discrepancies are due to rounding and similar factors. For ease of use, go by the weight you see in the recipe.

#### Is 4 oz the same as half a cup?

½ cup = 4 fluid ounces = 8 tablespoons. ¼ cup = 2 fluid ounces = 4 tablespoons.

## Does 2 oz equal half a cup?

What are 2 ounces? – Two ounces is a common unit of measurement for liquid ingredients, and it equates to roughly one quarter cup. This means that 2 oz of liquid is the equivalent to four tablespoons or half a cup. Knowing how many cups are in two ounces can be an invaluable asset when cooking and baking—especially when precise measurements are necessary.

### Is 250ml half a cup?

VOLUME & WEIGHT EQUIVALENCIES 1 cup = 250 mL. ¾ cup = 175 mL. ½ cup = 125 mL.

### What is a half cup in grams?

All-Purpose Flour

Cups Grams Ounces
1/2 cup 63 g 2.2 oz
2/3 cup 83 g 3 oz
3/4 cup 94 g 3.3 oz
1 cup 125 g 4.4 oz

## How much is a half cup in grams?

1/2 cup = 115g.2/3 cup = 153.3g.3/4 cup = 176.7g.

#### Is 1 8 cup the same as 1 oz?

Liquid ingredients – With liquids, the answer is simple and easy to remember. Liquids are measured in fluid ounces, and there are 8 fluid ounces in 1 cup. This is true of all liquids. So;

1/8 cup = 1 Ounce1/4 cup = 2 Ounces1/3 cup = 2 ½ Ounces1/2 cup = 4 Ounces2/3 cup = 5 Ounces1 cup = 8 Ounces1 ½ cups = 12 Ounces2 Cups = 16 Ounces2 ½ Cups = 20 Ounces3 Cups = 24 Ounces4 Cups = 32 Ounces

#### What size cup is 8 oz?

How many ounces are in a cup? – One cup is equal to 8 ounces. To convert from cups to ounces, simply multiply the number of cups (1) by 8 which equals 8 ounces. This conversion works for both wet and dry ingredients.

## Is 1 cup dry the same as 1 cup liquid?

Ask a Gear Head It might seem like a pain, but there’s a reason you should keep both sets on hand. By Published May 16, 2022. Dear Gear Heads, I see people on TV using one set of measuring cups for liquids and another set for dry ingredients like flour and sugar. Is that really necessary? I have a small kitchen and I hate doing dishes, so I’d really prefer to buy (and use and clean) only what I really need.

Thanks, Jean in Alliance, Ohio Liquid measuring cups and dry measuring cups have one big thing in common: They hold the same volume. A 1-cup liquid measuring cup and a 1-cup dry measuring cup, for example, both equal 16 tablespoons. But the experts on TV are correct: You can’t use them interchangeably.

(I hate doing dishes, too, Jean. But hear me out.) We’ve tested using dry and liquid measuring cups interchangeably, and the results are clear: For the best and most accurate results, you should use liquid measuring cups to measure liquids and dry measuring cups to measure dry ingredients.

### What is half of 1 2 cup dry?

Half of 1 cup is 1/2 cup, half of 1/2 cup is 1/4 cup, and half of 2/3 cups = 1/3 cup.

### How many dry ounces is 1 cup?

Measuring Cups for Dry Ingredients – To guarantee that the proper amount of ingredients is contained within each dry measuring cup, level them off with a butter knife or something comparable. Although dry materials might have the same volume, they may not have the same weight.

### Is half a cup the same as 4 oz?

½ cup = 4 fluid ounces = 8 tablespoons. ¼ cup = 2 fluid ounces = 4 tablespoons.

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