All purpose flour is becoming more and more popular for many kitchen applications. Unfortunately though, instructions can be misleading sometimes. You are often given cup measurements when you only have a scale or vice versa.
Here we give you the exact conversion rate if you want to measure 1 cup of all purpose flour in grams. This way you can make sure that you always use the right amount.
1 cup of all purpose flour = 136 grams.
You can safely use 135 g for 1 cup of all purpose flour, see the notes below.
All Purpose Flour Cups to Grams Conversion Table
|All Purpose Flour in Cups||Measurement in grams|
|1/8 cup||17 g|
|1/4 cup||34 g|
|1/3 cup||45 g|
|3/8 cup||51 g|
|1/2 cup||68 g|
|5/8 cup||85 g|
|2/3 cup||91 g|
|3/4 cup||102 g|
|7/8 cup||119 g|
|1 cup||136 g|
|1 1/2 cups||204 g|
|2 cups||272 g|
|3 cups||408 g|
|4 cups||544 g|
|5 cups||680 g|
|6 cups||816 g|
|7 cups||952 g|
|8 cups||1088 g|
|9 cups||1224 g|
|10 cups||1360 g|
Notes To Measuring All Purpose Flour
- For most recipes, you can usually use a couple grams more or less of all purpose flour, it won’t make a real difference in the dish.
- If you are making a dough or pastry with your all purpose flour, keep a closer look on the exact amounts.
- Different types of all purpose flour can be very different. How much is exactly 1 cup of all purpose flour in grams can vary based on how coarsely the all purpose has been ground and other factors.
- All gram values are rounded to the nearest integer value.
- g is the abbreviation of gram.
- No kitchen scale is precise to 1 gram, so you are always free to err 1-2 grams when measuring all purpose flour.
- You can definitely round your gram values when measuring all purpose flour.
- We actually measured out 1 US cup (240 ml) of all purpose flour to see how much it weighs in grams. This way you can be sure, that by using our website, you always get the correct data.