Friday, 17 October 2014

My Measuring cups and Measuring spoons

Previously, i did a post on Cup to gram measurements which was quite a relief to readers. Today, i've decided to show the pictures of the measuring cups i use including the measurements. Hope this would be useful to many. You could get these at any large supermarket or in shops where baking supplies are sold. The measuring cups and spoons in the pictures are also common, affordable and the prices don't drill a hole in the pocket so it's very necessary to have them.  

Cup Measurements:::
1 cup  = 250 ml
1/2 cup= 125 ml
1/3 cup = 83 ml
1/4 cup = 62 ml
1/8 cup = 31 ml


Spoon Measurements:::
1 tbsp  = 15 ml
1/2 tbsp = 7.5 ml
1 tsp    = 5 ml
1/2 tsp = 2.5 ml
1/3 tsp = 1.67 ml
1/4 tsp = 1.25 ml

22 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:46 pm

    Wow..thanks...this is really helpful!


    Abiola

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  2. MakaPeach7:40 am

    This is good dobby!

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  3. Me love, dis have bin my problem

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    1. you'd definitely find this useful.

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  4. teekay2:58 pm

    thanks for sharing this Dobby. Are measuring cups and spoons the same across the world? and do they all come with their measuring capacity written on them? thanks.

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    1. I'm not certain if they're the same across the world but i do know they all come with measurements written on them.

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  5. teekay2:02 pm

    Okay, thanks.

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  6. Thanx dobby,pls I want to knw d best affordable electric mixer dat I can buy.Pls,i need d answer ASAP

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    1. hi stella, it's really nice to have you here too :). In choosing a mixer it's either you want a hand mixer or a stand mixer. Hand mixers are more affordable and could go for as little as N2,000 and above. if you want a more stress free option then go for a stand mixer. With this you can mix large batches. you could get a good one from 6k and above. some good brands include murphy richards, russel hobbs and a host of others.

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  7. Thanks you so much .I really appreciate. You're the best, God bless you, you are so good at wat do.more grease to your elbow if I can say that.

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    1. You're welcome lizzy.

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  8. tiwa oladejo4:20 pm

    Thank you, just stumbled on your blog and its been useful, im a first time baker of cupcakes and i would like a post or a direct mail on perfect 12 hole vanilla recipe and tips on what to buy and what not to, thank you very much.

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    1. Hello Tiwa, Do check you mail box.

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  9. OK ma,so if u say 1cup in ur recipes are u referring to this cup or the milk tin cup

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    1. Hi Abimbola, i mean normal cup. Tin cup would be stated if used.

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    2. Anonymous4:41 am

      Is this cup the same with milk cup

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    3. Anonymous4:43 am

      Please if I don't have this measuring cups

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    4. Anonymous4:44 am

      Please if I don't have this measuring cups and spoons can I use tin milk cup and my teaspoons/tablespoons at home

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  10. Please, you didn't explain the measuring cups in grams. For the short bread I want to make, you said grams.

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    1. Hi Ella, please click on the "Cup to gram measurements" Link above for more clarification.

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