Common Kitchen Measurements “Cheat Sheet” {Printable}

Guest Post by Jill at One Good Thing by Jillee:

I have been wanting to make something like this to hang up in my kitchen for a long time! I don’t know why…but I can never remember how many teaspoons in a tablespoon and how many tablespoons in a cup, etc.

Yesterday I was working on a cooking post that required me to make several changes to the recipe amounts. I kept having to go to my phone and double-check on the measurements. I became so annoyed by the situation that last night I decided if I was ever going to make it through the holiday cooking and baking season with my insanity intact then I’d better come up with something helpful I could hang in my kitchen.

kitchen measurements chart

So here is the Common Kitchen Measurements “Cheat Sheet” I came up with. It’s not fancy…but it does the job. All you have to do is DOWNLOAD IT HERE and PRINT IT OUT.

Right now I have it taped to the inside of my baking cupboard door, but I think I’ll keep my eye out for a cute frame and hang it up. Then I won’t have to even worry about opening a cupboard door to double-check my measurements.

Hey, anything to make the holidays a little less stressful is ONE GOOD THING to me! 🙂

kitchen measurements chart



Here’s to many wonderful dishes being made and shared this holiday season!  🙂

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  1. Thank you so much!! I am from Montreal, Canada where we have the metric system.. So whenever there is a recipe with those measurements, I am a bit confused and I need to Google it to make the conversion. I printed it and saved it will be with me forever! Thanks!

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