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# How many cups does 1lb equal?

## How many cups does 1lb equal?

Cups in a pound of granulated sugar

Pounds Cups (US)
1 lb 2.25 cups
2 lbs 4.5 cups
3 lbs 6.75 cups
4 lbs 9 cups

## How much butter is a pound?

If a recipe calls for butter in pounds, 1 pound of butter equals 4 full sticks.

## How many tablespoons of butter equal 1 Cup?

Since one cup of butter is equal to 16 tablespoons, you can use this simple formula to convert: The butter in cups is equal to the tablespoons divided by 16. For example, here’s how to convert 5 tablespoons to cups using the formula above. Tablespoons and cups are both units used to measure butter.

## How much is 1 4 Cup butter?

1/4 cup butter equals exactly 57 grams. Measuring your butter by weight (57 grams instead of 1/4 cup) will provide much more accurate results in cooking. Please note that converting 1/4 cup butter to grams can vary slightly by room temperature, quality of butter etc.

## How many sticks of butter are in one cup?

A: There are two sticks of butter in one cup. Each stick of butter is ½ cup and usually you will see cut lines on the butter wrapper for tablespoons, ¼ cup, and 1/3 cup. Q: “Why do so many recipes call for unsalted butter?”

## What does two sticks of butter equal?

In the U.S., a stick of butter weighs 4 oz. (1/4 pound) but its volume is 1/2 cup or 8 Tbsp. So two sticks of butter would equal 8 oz. ( 1/2 pound) or 1 cup (16 Tbsp.) According to your conversion chart, the correct substitution would be 3/4 cup olive oil.

Since one cup of butter is equal to 16 tablespoons, you can use this simple formula to convert: The butter in cups is equal to the tablespoons divided by 16. For example, here’s how to convert 5 tablespoons to cups using the formula above. Tablespoons and cups are both units used to measure butter.

1/4 cup butter equals exactly 57 grams. Measuring your butter by weight (57 grams instead of 1/4 cup) will provide much more accurate results in cooking. Please note that converting 1/4 cup butter to grams can vary slightly by room temperature, quality of butter etc.

A: There are two sticks of butter in one cup. Each stick of butter is ½ cup and usually you will see cut lines on the butter wrapper for tablespoons, ¼ cup, and 1/3 cup. Q: “Why do so many recipes call for unsalted butter?”

In the U.S., a stick of butter weighs 4 oz. (1/4 pound) but its volume is 1/2 cup or 8 Tbsp. So two sticks of butter would equal 8 oz. ( 1/2 pound) or 1 cup (16 Tbsp.) According to your conversion chart, the correct substitution would be 3/4 cup olive oil.