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. More »

When 225 grams of flour is converted into cups, it equals about .95 cups of flour. One gram is equal to .00423 cups, and one cup is equal to 236.58824 grams. More »

There are 3 1/3 cups of all-purpose flour in a pound. Different kinds of flour are more or less refined and have different densities. Flours with higher densities weigh more than those with lower densities, and weight al... More »

In a 5-pound bag of granulated white sugar, there are approximately 11 1/4 cups. Different varieties of sugar may have more or less by volume. For example, the same 5-pound bag yields 18 3/4 cups when measuring confectio... More »

A five-pound bag of all-purpose flour can contain anywhere from 15 to 20 cups of flour. This estimate will vary slightly depending on the type of flour, the brand name and whether or not the flour is sifted when retrieve... More »

When 225 grams of flour is converted into cups, it equals about .95 cups of flour. One gram is equal to .00423 cups, and one cup is equal to 236.58824 grams. More »

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. More »