Your question: How many teaspoons is 10ml of baking powder?

10mL equals two teaspoons (2tsp). A tablespoon is three times bigger than a teaspoon and three teaspoons equal one tablespoon (1Tbsp or 1Tb). One tablespoon also equals 15mL.

How many teaspoons is 10 grams of baking powder?

Note: The general rule of thumb for amount of baking powder in recipes: 1 to 2 teaspoons (5-10 grams) of baking powder leavens 1 cup (140 grams) of flour.

How many tablespoons is 10 grams?

Grams and tablespoons for sugar (granulated)

Grams to tablespoons Tablespoons to grams
10 grams = 0.8 tbsp 1 tbsp = 12.5g
20 grams = 1.6 tbsp 2 tbsp = 25g
30 grams = 2.4 tbsp 3 tbsp = 37.5g
40 grams = 3.2 tbsp 4 tbsp = 50g

How do you measure a teaspoon of baking powder?

Baking powder and baking soda can settle down in their containers over time. Shake it up or give it a stir, then using a measuring spoon, lightly scoop out of the container. Use a knife (or the container if it has a leveler) to level it off. Always remember the difference between baking powder and baking soda.

What is 3 tablespoons in grams?

Tablespoon to Gram Conversion Table

Tablespoons Grams
3 tbsp 42.52 g
4 tbsp 56.7 g
5 tbsp 70.87 g
6 tbsp 85.05 g

Is a teaspoon 5 grams?

Cooking Ingredient: A density is required for converting between grams and teaspoons (a teaspoon of flour weighs less than a teaspoon of milk).

Grams to teaspoons for sugar (granulated)

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Grams to teaspoons Grams to teaspoons
4 grams = 0.956 tsp 50 grams = 11.95 tsp
5 grams = 1.195 tsp 60 grams = 14.34 tsp

What is 2 tsp in grams?

Convert between teaspoons (tsp) and grams (g) for a multitude of cooking and baking ingredients.

Teaspoons and grams for sugar (granulated)

Teaspoons to grams Teaspoons to grams
1 teaspoon = 4.2g 6 teaspoons = 25.2g
2 teaspoons = 8.4g 7 teaspoons = 29.3g

What is G in mL?

Grams to mL conversions (water)

Grams to mL Grams to mL
1 gram = 1 mL 50 grams = 50 mL
2 grams = 2 mL 100 grams = 100 mL
3 grams = 3 mL 150 grams = 150 mL
4 grams = 4 mL 200 grams = 200 mL