Grams to Teaspoons Converter
Use this calculator tool to convert between grams and teaspoons for a culinary plethora of ingredients. Note that teaspoon figures quoted are level teaspoons, not rounded or heaped (it can make a big difference). This converter is part of the full cooking calculator.
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How Many Teaspoons Are in a Gram?
When carrying out a conversion between grams and teaspoons, it is important to remember that the gram is a unit of weight and the teaspoon is a unit of volume. As an example, a teaspoon of flour weighs less than a teaspoon of milk. It is for this reason that a list of ingredients is included with the converter.
For conversions involving teaspoons, please note that figures are given for level teaspoons and not heaped teaspoons. Should you wish, we have an alternative converter for teaspoons to grams.
Please be aware that the list of ingredient options included in the converter (and below) are approximations, meaning the result you receive will be an estimate. The ingredient densities were sourced from the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations as well as other information sources. A full list of these is available on the baking ingredient conversions page.
|1 gram||0.24 tsp||5 grams||1.18 tsp|
|10 grams||2.4 tsp||15 grams||3.6 tsp|
|20 grams||4.8 tsp||25 grams||6 tsp|
|30 grams||7.2 tsp||35 grams||8.4 tsp|
|40 grams||9.6 tsp||45 grams||10.8 tsp|
|50 grams||12 tsp||55 grams||13.2 tsp|
Figures are rounded to 2 decimal places. Teaspoon is US teaspoon (level, not heaped).
Which Teaspoon Should I Use?
There are 2 main teaspoon sizes currently in use, but they are actually fairly similar in terms of size (1.5% difference).
- The US Teaspoon - referenced in recipes in the US. Measures 4.9289 mL.
- The Metric Teaspoon - used in the UK as well as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the rest of the Commonwealth. The metric teaspoon measures 5mL.
Other Cooking Conversions
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 ounces and pounds and cups.
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