Help!

So as you guys have probably seen I work in grams, but not everywhere in the world does so I have devised this (hopefully!) helpful page. Here you can find every conversion you could possibly ever need to make your cakes and bakes super delicious.

Cooking Temperatures 

Fahrenheit to Celcius (F to C)

500 F – 260 C – 240C Fan- Gas Mark 10
465 F – 240 C – 220C Fan – Gas Mark 9
445 F – 230 C – 210C Fan – Gas Mark 8
425 F – 220 C – 200C Fan – Gas Mark 7
400 F – 200 C – 180C Fan – Gas Mark 6
375 F – 190 C – 170C Fan – Gas Mark 5
350 F – 180 C – 160C Fan – Gas Mark 4
325 F – 160 C – 140C Fan – Gas Mark 3
300 F – 150 C – 130C Fan – Gas Mark 2
285 F – 140 C – 120C Fan – Gas Mark 1
250 F – 120 C – 100C Fan – Gas Mark 1/2

Weight Conversion Tables

Cups, Tablespoons and Teaspoons to Millitiers (cup to ml)

1 cup – 16 tablespoons – 48 teaspoons – 240 ml
3/4 cup – 12 tablespoons – 36 teaspoons – 180 ml
2/3 cup – 11 tablespoons – 32 teaspoons – 160 ml
1/2 cup – 8 tablespoons – 24 teaspoons – 120 ml
1/3 cup – 5 tablespoons – 16 teaspoons – 80 ml
1/4 cup – 4 tablespoons – 12 teaspoons – 60 ml
1 tablespoon – 15 ml
1 teaspoon – 5 ml

 

Ounces to Grams

1 oz – 28 grams
2 oz – 56 grams
3.5 oz – 100 grams
4 oz – 112 grams
5 oz – 140 grams
6 oz – 168 grams
8 oz – 225 grams
9 oz – 250 grams
10 oz – 280 grams
12 oz – 340 grams
16 oz – 450 grams
18 oz – 500 grams
20 oz – 560 grams
24 oz – 675 grams
27 oz – 750 grams
36 oz – 1 kilogram
54 oz – 1,5 kilograms
72 oz – 2 kilograms

Pounds to Grams

1/4 pound – 112 grams
1/2 pound – 225 grams
3/4 pound – 340 grams
1 pound – 450 grams
1,25 pound – 560 grams
1,5 pound – 675 grams
2 pound – 900 grams
2,25 pound – 1 kilogram
3 pound – 1,35 kilograms
4,5 pound – 2 kilograms

 

Sugar Temperature Conversion

Thread – 107C/225F
Softball – 119C/238F
Firmball – 125C/256F
Hardball – 138C/280
Soft Crack – 151C/304F
Hard Crack – 168C/336F

Cake Tin Sizes

Round Tins – Square Tins
6 inch/15cm – 5 inch/13cm
8 inch/20cm – 7 inch/18cm
9 inch/23cm – 8 inch/20cm
11 inch/28cm – 10inch/25.5cm

 

I have sourced this information from:

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/conversion-guides

http://www.metric-conversions.org/weight/ounces-to-grams.htm

http://www.rapidtables.com/convert/temperature/how-fahrenheit-to-celsius.htm

 

I hope this helps!

Sarah x