While the amount of flour in a 5-lb. bag varies, a bag of King Arthur brand all-purpose flour consists of about 18 to 19 cups of flour. The number of cups within bags of flour depends on the flour's density and type.Continue Reading
When a recipe calls for one pound of flour, consider the type of flour before measuring how many cups to add. When the recipe calls for:
When measuring the flour, it is also important to note whether the recipe calls for sifted or unsifted flour, as well as how it is listed in the recipe. For example, a recipe that calls for "1 cup flour, sifted," means to first measure 1 cup of flour, and then sift it. If a recipe calls for "1 cup sifted flour," it means to sift the flour first, and then measure it to 1 cup.
The protein level within the flour also affects its density and weight, which is an important consideration when substituting flours in recipes. For example, using bread flour in a recipe that calls for all-purpose flour can result in a denser bread with a heavier texture. For best results, it is advisable to use the flour specified in the recipe.Learn more about Food Measurements
Although it depends on the type of flour that is used, 500 grams of flour is generally equivalent to 4 cups of flour. There are approximately 125 grams in every cup of flour.Full Answer >
Measuring cups come in many sizes from as small as 1/16 cup to over a quart large. The size and style of a measuring cup changes depending on if it measures wet or dry ingredients.Full Answer >
One cup of powdered sugar is 4.41 ounces, so there are 3.63 cups in a pound of powdered sugar. The calculation is 16 ounces divided by 4.41 ounces per cup. Sifted powdered sugar is 3.61 ounces per cup, so there are 4.4 cups in one pound of powdered sugar if it is sifted. Contrarily, granulated sugar is 7.1 ounces per cup, and packed brown sugar is 7.75 ounces per cup.Full Answer >
A 1-pound box of powdered sugar contains approximately 3 ¾ cups of unsifted powdered sugar. A 2-pound box contains approximately 7 ½ cups of powdered sugar.Full Answer >