Flour and Sugar Weight Chart & Cheat Sheet

Flour and Sugar Weight Chart Free Printable | The Bearfoot Baker

Hello, my name is Lisa and I cheat. Yep. You heard me correctly, I cheat every time I bake a recipe that calls for flour or sugar. You know what? I don’t feel bad about it at all. As a matter of fact, I want you to cheat with me. You should totally do it! Are you feeling some peer pressure? You should be! Come on, cheat with me by using this flour and sugar weight chart!

Flour and Sugar Weight Chart | The Bearfoot Baker

Flour and Sugar Weight Chart & Cheat Sheet

Flour and Sugar Weight Chart & Cheat Sheet
NOTE-(I updated the cart because the first one I made was a bit small. I am old and I need to be able to see if it is  113.5 grams of powdered sugar or if it’s 1135 grams of powdered sugar.  If you are wondering, it’s 113.5 grams! LOL)

Use this Flour and Sugar Weight Chart as a quick reference for volume, ounces, and grams so you don’t have to stop and calculate how many grams or ounces are in a cup every time you bake. This chart does all the work for you. All you have to do it stick it in a place where you can take a quick glance at it when you’re baking. Easy peasy lemon squeezy!

No more trying to convert cups to ounces or grams. Nope! Just look at this handy dandy little flour and sugar weight chart to see how much your recipe needs. No more trying to figure out how many cups is equal to how many ounces?  How many grams did you say were in a cup of confectioner’s sugar? Was it 113.5 grams or was that 113.5 ounces? STOP THE MADNESS PEOPLE! Just use this Bearfoot Basics weight chart and your baking days will be better days!

Being organized and keeping things simple will help you have fun in the kitchen. If you are always stopping to convert ingredients or if you are not using a food scale, you may not end up with the results you are looking for. Simple little charts like this will come in handy especially if you bake a lot. Eventually, you will memorize the weights of the ingredients in the recipes you use most often, but this chart will come in handy when you are making new recipes.

Here is a Baking Weight Chart that has a lot of ingredients like butter, molasses, brown sugar, and corn syrup listed. It even has meringue power if your interested. We all know that all-purpose flour, granulated sugar, and confectioners sugar are used in a lot of our recipes so having a cheat sheet seems logical.

If you need more, King Arthur’s Ingredient Weight Chart is great when you are looking for something that you don’t use often like gluten free flour or peanut butter. Now your baking should be a little easier since you don’t have to do math while you’r baking! Aren’t you glad you cheated with me? I knew you would be.

Bear hugs,