Cups and Ounces (oz) Converter
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How many ounces are in a cup?
In the United States, one cup holds 8 fluid ounces. In the UK, one cup holds 10 UK fluid ounces.
Cups to ounces (US recipes)
- 1 US cup (236.6mL) = 8 US fluid ounces
- 1 US cup (236.6mL) = 8.327 UK fluid ounces
Cups to ounces (UK recipes)
- 1 UK cup (284.1mL) = 10 UK fluid ounces
- 1 UK cup (284.1mL) = 9.607 US fluid ounces
Rest of world recipes
- 1 metric cup (250mL) = 8.454 US fluid ounces
- 1 metric cup (250mL) = 8.799 UK fluid ounces
The reference charts below feature conversions between cups and fluid ounces (fl oz). If you're wanting weight conversions for dry ounces instead, you'll find a chart and information further down the page.
US cups to ounces chart
|Cups (US)||Ounces (fluid)||Tablespoons (US)|
|1 cup||8 fl oz||16 tbsp|
|3/4 cup||6 fl oz||12 tbsp|
|2/3 cup||5.3 fl oz||10.6 tbsp|
|1/2 cup||4 fl oz||8 tbsp|
|1/3 cup||2.7 fl oz||5.3 tbsp|
|1/4 cup||2 fl oz||4 tbsp|
UK cups to ounces chart
|Cups (Imperial)||Ounces (fluid)||Tablespoons (UK)|
|1 cup||10 fl oz||16 tbsp|
|3/4 cup||7.5 fl oz||12 tbsp|
|2/3 cup||6.7 fl oz||10.6 tbsp|
|1/2 cup||5 fl oz||8 tbsp|
|1/3 cup||3.3 fl oz||5.3 tbsp|
|1/4 cup||2.5 fl oz||4 tbsp|
Cups to ounces infographic
The infographic below shows measurements for US cups to ounces, tablespoons, teaspoons and milliliters. Note that all figures are rounded to the nearest whole number.
Cups to dry ounces (oz)
If you want to convert between cups and dry ounces (oz), it's important to note that the cup is a unit of volume and the dry ounce (oz) is a unit of weight. This means that making a conversion requires an extra factor - a substance density figure. As a very crude example, a cup full of sugar will weigh less than a cup full of olive oil because olive oil is a denser substance.
I've given a list of ingredients to choose from. However, please be aware that these are approximations - different brands of ingredients will vary to a small extent. This means that the results you receive will be estimations. The ingredient densities were sourced from the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations as well as other sources. A full list of these is available on the baking ingredient conversions page.
|4.41 oz||2.21 oz||1.47 oz|
|4.41 oz||2.21 oz||1.47 oz|
|4.48 oz||2.24 oz||2.21 oz|
|8 oz||4 oz||2.67 oz|
|11.85 oz||5.93 oz||3.95 oz|
|8.1 oz||4.05 oz||2.7 oz|
|8.64 oz||4.32 oz||2.88 oz|
|3.6 oz||1.8 oz||1.2 oz|
|7.09 oz||3.55 oz||2.36 oz|
|7.05 oz||3.53 oz||2.35 oz|
|6.68 oz||3.34 oz||2.23 oz|
|4.68 oz||2.34 oz||1.56 oz|
Converting between other cooking units
To convert between other cooking units such as grams, pounds, quarts, tablespoons, teaspoons, litres and more, give the cooking converter a try. You can also convert directly between cups and grams, cups and mL and ounces and mL.