Baking Conversion Charts

Since living in Germany, I’ve been exploring European recipes and baking… most of which are in Metric measurements.  This can be tricky since most recipes in the United States use the Imperial measurement system.

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Converting recipes can be time-consuming and frustrating so I’ve decided to make for you these easy to follow, super cute Baking Conversion Charts!

The Basic Ingredients Conversion Chart below will help you convert basic baking ingredients such as flour, sugar and butter.  We’ve also included powdered sugar and heavy cream since those are both used in many frosting recipes.

FREE PRINTABLE Baking Conversion Chart - Basic Ingredients | JavaCupcake.com

Download & Print the Baking Conversion Chart – Basic Ingredients

The Measurements & Temperatures Conversion Chart below is designed to help you with the rest of the ingredients in your recipe.  This easy to understand chart should make converting things like liquids and nuts or baking chips from Imperial to Metric.  We’ve also included a Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion to help with baking temperatures.

Baking Conversion Chart - Measurements & Temperature Download & Print the Baking Conversion Chart – Measurements & Temperatures

Finally, we’ve got a Mini Printable Temperature Conversion Chart below for you to keep close to your oven!  You could easily attach this to a magnet at stick it to your stove top!

FREE PRINTABLE Mini Baking Conversion Chart - Temperature | JavaCupcake.com

Download & Print the Free Mini Temperature Conversion Chart

I really hope you get some great use out of these charts!  A huge thank you goes out to the team who designers who made these charts possible!

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About Betsy Eves

Hi I'm Betsy- the owner of JavaCupcake.com! I'm also an Army wife, mother, blogger, writer, baker and traveler. I'm currently living in Germany... spending my days taking care of family, baking for friends and blogging!

38 thoughts on “Baking Conversion Charts

  1. Awesome! I have some Swedish cookbooks and recipes and they are all in metric! Pinning these for later so I don’t forget! Thanks for posting them! It’s gonna save me so much time rather than converting everything myself lol.

  2. Thanks for these adorable charts! I was looking for something I could post up in the kitchen and this is SUPER cute. I grew up in California but have been in Melbourne for several years now and I can never remember Imperial equivalents to Metric!

  3. Thanks for this cute conversion chart. I also live in Bavaria, not Graf though. I finally decided to print out something handy that I could tape to the inside of my cabinet next to my stove and this is perfect. Thank you!

  4. Thank you so much for coming up with these charts. They are so useful that I have a copy of these on my fridge for my weekly baking sessions! Also because they make the lives of homemakers so much easier, I would love to share this with my readers on my blog. Hence, I have included your charts in my blog (of course, with all credits and a link back to you and your team at The JavaCupcake Blog). Thank you so much for this useful chart. Cheers!

  5. I love this. People typically measure 1 cup of flour anywhere between 4-6 ounces…(contents may have settles, it may be unsifted or sifted, and people just ‘scoop’ differently.) I use only weight measures for baking now and my results are crazy super consistent. Thanks for the metric chart (I just use my scale and clean only 1 measuring device) YAY!

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