How many ounces are in a cup?

How many dry Oz are in a cup? According to the USA metric system, a cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces, and an ounce is equal to 1/8 of the cup.
How many ounces are in a cup?
  1. What is a cup?

    A cup is a volume unit. Its symbol is “c.” There may be various cups, but the division or conversions are done from a standard size cup.

  2. How many ounces are in a cup?

    You might be stuck in a situation when you want to cook something, but as per the recipe, you don’t know how many ounces are in a cup? It is a really annoying situation as just because of one wrong step, you might not want to spoil the entire dish.

  3. Types of ingredients

    There can be dry and wet ingredients that you might have to convert into ounces. Dry ounces should be weighed on a scale as it is a unit of weight, such as baking soda, salt, baking powder, flour, etc. If it is a wet ingredient, you should use a weight measuring cup as it becomes volume. Some of the wet ingredients can be milk, juice, honey, etc.

  4. Conversion of a dry ounce

    One dry ounce equals 1/8th of a cup, which equals two tbsp or 28.3 grams. If you want to calculate it for some other reason, you just need to take a dry measuring cup and then see the number of dry ounces and multiply it by 0.125.

  5. Conversion of a wet ounce

    According to the US customary volume measurements system, there are 8 fluid ounces in one cup, compared to 16 tbsp. But it is not the same everywhere as the US’s cup size is not the same as the UK. A US cup is 240ml, and in the UK, it is 250ml. Hence,

    1 US cup (236.59mL) = 8 US fluid ounces
    1 US cup (236.59mL) = 8.327 UK fluid ounces
    1 UK cup (284.13mL) = 10 UK fluid ounces
    1 UK cup (284.13mL) = 9.607 US fluid ounces

  6. How to measure liquid ingredients in one cup?

    The first thing needed is a liquid measuring cup to measure the liquids. This cup would also have a pouring edge, which would help the ingredients transfer easily without spilling, and you would get the exact calculation.

  7. Calculation table

    Here is the calculation table for you to make you aware of other conversions from ounce to cup:

    US Cup Us Fluid Ounce Imperial Cup Imperial Fluid Ounce
    1 8 0.832674 8.32674
    2 16 1.665348 16.65348
    3 24 2.498022 24.980219999999996
    4 32 3.330696 33.30696
    5 40 4.1633700000000005 41.6337
    6 48 4.996044 49.96043999999999
    7 56 5.828718 58.28717999999999
    8 64 6.661392 66.61392
    9 72 7.494066 74.94066
    10 80 8.326740000000001 83.2674
    Ingredient 1 Cup
    (US)
    1/2 Cup
    (US)
    1/3 Cup
    (US)
    1/4 Cup
    (US)
    Flour (plain)
    (529g/L)
    4.41 oz 2.21 oz 1.47 oz 1.1 oz
    Flour (self-raising)
    (529g/L)
    4.41 oz 2.21 oz 1.47 oz 1.1 oz
    Flour (bread)
    (550g/L)
    4.48 oz 2.24 oz 2.21 oz 1.12 oz
    Butter
    (959g/L)
    8 oz 4 oz 2.67 oz 2 oz
    Honey
    (1420g/L)
    11.85 oz 5.93 oz 3.95 oz 2.96 oz
    Margarine
    (973g/L)
    8.1 oz 4.05 oz 2.7 oz 2 oz
    Milk
    (1035g/L)
    8.64 oz 4.32 oz 2.88 oz 2.16 oz
    Oats
    (432g/L)
    3.6 oz 1.8 oz 1.2 oz 0.9 oz
    Sugar (granulated)
    (849g/L)
    7.09 oz 3.55 oz 2.36 oz 1.77 oz
    Sugar (brown)
    (850g/L)
    7.05 oz 3.53 oz 2.35 oz 1.76 oz
    Sugar (caster)
    (801g/L)
    6.68 oz 3.34 oz 2.23 oz 1.67 oz
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