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# What is a cup of butter?

## What is a cup of butter?

The basics : How to measure butter

Butter by volume Butter by weight Quantity in sticks
1 cup / 250 mL ½ lb (8 oz) / 227 g 2 sticks of butter
½ cup /125 mL ¼ lb (4 oz) / 115 g 1 stick of butter
¼ cup / 59 mL 1/8 lb (2 oz) / 58 g ½ stick of butter
⅛ cup (2 tbsp) / 30 mL 1/16 lb (1 oz) / 28 g ¼ stick of butter

## How much is 1 4 lb butter?

Also, one cup of butter equals two sticks, so one pound of butter is equivalent to two cups: Find below other quick conversions for butter measures: 1/4 pound of butter = 0.5 cup of butter = 1 stick; 1/2 pound of butter = 1 cup of butter = 2 sticks; 3/4 pound of butter = 1.5 cup of butter = 3 sticks; 1 pound of butter = 2 cup of butter = 4 …

## What does 1 pound of butter equal?

A pound of butter weighs, or equals, 16 ounces. A pound of butter divided into 4 sticks, or quarters, equals 4 sticks, or quarters of 4 ounces each. 4 ounces times 4 equals 16 ounces, or 1 pound.

## 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 2 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.)

Also, one cup of butter equals two sticks, so one pound of butter is equivalent to two cups: Find below other quick conversions for butter measures: 1/4 pound of butter = 0.5 cup of butter = 1 stick; 1/2 pound of butter = 1 cup of butter = 2 sticks; 3/4 pound of butter = 1.5 cup of butter = 3 sticks; 1 pound of butter = 2 cup of butter = 4

A pound of butter weighs, or equals, 16 ounces. A pound of butter divided into 4 sticks, or quarters, equals 4 sticks, or quarters of 4 ounces each. 4 ounces times 4 equals 16 ounces, or 1 pound.

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.)