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!
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.
Baking is not very forgiving. It is a science. Estimating the measurements of an ingredient in a recipe spells disaster. While you can easily get away with a handful of this or that when you’re cooking dinner, even the slightest miscalculation could turn your soft-baked chocolate chip cookies into rocks. The same goes for food in general. A small mistake in the measurements can ruin the entire dish. This is why it’s important to be precise when baking or cooking.
Understanding the correct measuring technique for a particular ingredient will guarantee better baking results. Soft cookies, fluffy cakes, flaky crust!
Use these Baking Conversion Charts to help you ensure that your baking will be pure perfection!
Basic Ingredients Conversion Chart
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.
Measurements & Temperatures Conversion Chart
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.
Mini Printable Conversion Chart
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!
I really hope you get some great use out of these baking conversion charts! A huge thank you goes out to the team who designers who made these charts possible!