Butter is the perfect addition to so many delicious sweet and savoury recipes but between countries, we like to measure it in different ways. Have you stumbled across a recipe where it calls for butter in cups but only have a scale? We’ve got you sorted.

Generally speaking, most recipes require butter in grams but if you’ve found a recipe where butter is measured in cups, teaspoons or tablespoons, never fear! These handy charts will help you decipher your butter requirements and keep cooking that delicious meal.

The tables below also work perfectly for margarine.




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Converting butter from cups to grams

Cups

Grams

1 cup

250g

3/4 cup

185g

2/3 cup

160g

1/2 cup

125g

1/3 cup

80g

1/4 cup

60


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Tablespoon

Grams

1 teaspoon

5g

1 tablespoon

20g

3 tablespoons

60g

5 tablespoons

100g

10 tablespoons

200g

12 tablespoons

240g

If you’re looking for some extra cooking inspiration here are a couple of our favourite decadently buttery recipes.

Lemon Bakewell Tarts


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Raw macadamia nuts give classic Anzac biscuits some extra crunch. Get the full recipe.

Bread and butter pudding


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Lottie Dalziel
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