This post will help you if you’ve ever needed to know how many cups in a quart, pint or gallon and all of the most common kitchen conversions for success!

Whether you want to know how many cups are in a quart, how many cups are in a gallon, how many cups are in a pint, how to measure wet ingredients, or how to convert dry ingredients, it’s all here – plus a handy printable chart.

I’m sharing the answers to all of your basic baking measurement and kitchen conversion questions!

 

how many cups in a quart, pint or gallon

Have you ever wondered how many cups are in a quart, pint, or gallon? I often find myself in the kitchen and I find myself looking up the same measuring conversions time and time again. So, I thought you may be looking up the same thing. That’s where this handy-dandy post/printable chart comes in.

I have you covered in ALL of your basic measuring and kitchen conversions right here!

FREE Printable Memory Chart
FREE Printable Memory Chart – click on the picture above

How Many Cups In A Quart, Pint or Gallon?

 

  • How Many Cups In A Quart?

There are 4 cups in a quart.

  • How Many Cups In 2 Quarts?

There are 8 cups in two quarts.

  • How Many Cups In A Pint?

There are 2 cups in a pint.

  • How Many Pints In A Quart?

There are 2 pints in a quart.

  • How Many Quarts In A Gallon?

There are 4 quarters in a gallon.

  • How Many Cups Are In A Gallon?

There are 16 cups in a gallon

  • How Many Cups Are In A Half Gallon?

There are 8 cups in a half gallon.

Free Printable Kitchen Conversion Chart

With this extra hand Kitchen Conversions printable chart so you’ll instantly know how cups are in a quart, how many cups are in a pint, and how many cups are in gallon (and more!) without messing up the measurements by trying to do the math.

Print out the chart below, add to your recipe book or the inside of your cabinet door to refer to when baking.

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How many cups in a quart, pint or gallon printable chart

Kitchen Conversions

I get a lot of questions on baking and I’m answering some of them today!

Today I’m going to share some amazing baking tips that will help you walk into the kitchen feeling more confident!

  1. The first thing you will want to remember is that with baking, you have to be very precise and follow the recipe exactly, or you could end up with a mess on your hands.
  2. Remember to always measure your ingredients correctly or you will run the risk of your recipe being too dry, not rising, too moist or just not right.
  3. Baking isn’t as forgiving as cooking, so having the correct baking conversions on hands will make it easier to set your recipe up for success. That’s where this post and the handy dandy Kitchen Conversion Chart above will come in handy!

Check out this post if you want all my favorite tips for How to Bake a Cake that turns out perfect every single time!

How many cups in a quart, pint or gallon

 

Top Baking Conversions You Need to Know

Knowing conversions is important if you want to cut a recipe in half or even double it. If you don’t want to make a huge batch of something, just use these conversions to change your measurements. Or if you’re wondering just how much a pint, quart or gallon is, it’s all right here!

Be sure to print out the Kitchen Conversions Chart above to keep handy while baking!

  • How Many Cups in a Quart – There are 4 Cups in a quart
  • How Many Pints in a Quart – There are 2 Pints in a quart
  • How Many Quarts in a Gallon – There are 4 Quarts in a gallon
  • How Many Pints in a Gallon – There are 8 pints in a gallon
  • How Many Cups in a Gallon – There are 16 cups in a gallon
  • How Many Cups in a Half Gallon – There are 8 cups in a half gallon
  • How many Cups In a Pint – There are 2 Cups in a pint

Tablespoon and Teaspoon Conversions

  • How many Tablespoons in a Cup – There are 16 Tablespoons in a cup
  • How Many Tablespoons in half of a  Cup –  There are 8 Tablespoons in 1/2 cup
  • How many Tablespoons in a third of a Cup – There are 5 Tablespoons and 1 Teaspoon in 1/3 of a cup
  • How many Tablespoons in a fourth of a cup –  There are 4 tablespoons in1/4 cup
  • How many Tablespoons in an eighth of a cup – There are 2 Tablespoons in 1/8 of a cup
  • How many teaspoons in a tablespoon – There are 3 teaspoons in one tablespoon

Dry Ingredient Conversions

  • A Dash = 1/16 teaspoon
  • A Pinch = 1/8 teaspoon
  • 3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon
  • 3  tablespoons = 1/4 cup
  • 1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons
  • 1/8 cup = 2 tablespoons
  • 1/3 cup = 5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon
  • 3/4 cup = 12 tablespoons
  • 1 cup = 16 tablespoons

Wet Ingredient Conversions

  • 1/2 ounce = 1 tablespoon
  • 2 ounces = 1/4 cup
  • 8 ounces = 1 cup
  • 16 ounces= 1 pint
  • 1 pint = 2 cups
  • 1 quart = 2 pints
  • 1 gallon = 4 quarts

Hopefully this Kitchen Conversion Chart To Master Your Baking has been helpful for all those baking conversion questions you may have! If there’s something I didn’t answer, be sure to leave it in the comments below!

Check out this handy video on how to measure ingredients properly!

What Is The Difference Between Dry And Liquid Measuring Cups?

Did you know there are two types of measuring cups? There’s one for dry ingredients such as sugar and flour and one for liquid for oil, water or milk.

Dry measuring cups are meant to be leveled off with say a butter knife. While liquid measuring cups have a little spout that is for pouring the liquid out, so you can’t overfill it. You will find the measurements on the side of the cup with lines, versus measuring all way to the top of the measuring cup.

How To Measure Dry Ingredients Properly

how many cups in a quart, pint or gallon

Depending on the dry ingredient will depend on how you measure. A lot of times for items like brown sugar, you will pack the sugar tightly right into the measuring cup. Regular sugar, rice, oats, you pour it in until your measuring cup is full or scoop out of the container.

For flour, you will take a smaller spoon and scoop the flour into the correct measuring cup. Be sure to never pack it tightly into the cup.

If you do, you will get too much flour and it can leave your mixture over-dry and your recipe may not come out correctly.

Always read your recipe fully before starting in case there are special instructions on how to measure.

How To Measure Wet Ingredients

How many cups in a quart, pint or gallon

To measure your liquid ingredients, take your measuring cup and set it on a flat surface. Slowly pour your liquid in while bending down at eye level to see where your liquid is measuring. Eye-level is important to ensure you are measuring at the right level.

If you need a really good graphic to help you to memorize the measurements, this memorization chart is pretty handy!

If you need a little extra help converting – this calculator will help!

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About Kasey Schwartz

Hi, I’m Kasey, Founder of All Things Mamma – where I am dishing up family favorite recipes that are easy to make with simple, everyday ingredients. Plus – tips and tricks for living your best life!

Comments

  1. This is really useful post. I too wonder some about pint , quart etc. I am pinning this post for later.

  2. These are good conversions to have on hand. I can never remember these and it’s not worth messing up a recipe.

  3. Shannon Gurnee says:

    This is a great blog post with the measurement conversions. I’m constantly googling stuff like this.

  4. This is a great help for me! There are lots of recipes that use different measurement and it’s confusing sometimes. Thank you for this.

  5. Very useful info! I love cooking and always use kitchen measurement tools to get the right and precise amount of ingredients.

  6. I am going to have to print out your chart and post it inside a cabinet door. I always second guess myself.

  7. Jenn @ EngineerMommy says:

    This is a handy conversion chart for sure. It’s essential to know some of these conversions in the kitchen when you’re in the middle of a recipe.

  8. This is so useful to know in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing it!

  9. LOL I admit, I’m always using Google to double check b/c I can never remember! A printable to post on the inside of a cupboard would be awesome!

  10. I am ALWAYS Googling this info! I need to print out this info ASAP!! LOL!!

  11. Gervin Khan says:

    Oh, I am happy to read this article of yours. I am sometimes struggling about kitchen measurements and now I am glad that you shared these information with us as it will really help us in our cooking.

  12. I have a print out that I keep in the drawer by the stove. I have been meaning to vinyl it on the cabinet door.

  13. LOL! I literally have this kind of thing printed out and hanging on my fridge. I got tired of asking Siri lol

  14. I bake all the time and my biggest problem is doing a conversion. This is perfect. I am definitely going to hold onto this.

  15. Thanks for creating this printable. I’m always creating recipes and knowing this information is really helpful.

  16. GiGi Eats says:

    SOOOO above and beyond helpful!!!! Bookmarking!

  17. Sarah Bailey says:

    I honestly really struggle with measurements I find it so hard to work out what things equate to so this post is great! I’m going to have to save it so I know where to come back to when needed!

  18. Nellie Tracy says:

    This is such a great post! I am always “Googling” this information, love that it’s all right here!

  19. Tayler Ross says:

    I am always trying to cut recipes in half, so this guide will come in handy! I am definitely going to keep it bookmarked. Thanks so much for sharing it!

  20. Farrah Less says:

    Yes to this great resource i personally not good in measurement too. That is why i always ask google each time i have question. I am printing this and post it to our kotchen that way i dont have to rely on google thanks for sharing this what a life saver

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