mL to Grams & Grams to mL Converter


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Found a great recipe but the measurements are tricky? Sometimes, you need a little help changing the recipe to what you’re used to.

Good news! There are lots of tools out there to help with this. Today, we’re going to look at a handy ml to grams converter to make cooking a breeze.

How to Use The mL to Grams Converter?

1. Input the Recipe Ingredient Values:

ml to grams converter sour cream
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Select whether you’re converting from ml to grams or grams to ml by clicking on the appropriate tab.

Click on the ‘Cooking Ingredient’ dropdown menu to see all the ingredients available for conversion. Type in the amount of milliliters you’re starting with in the Milliliters to convert.

Before diving into a few examples, keep in mind that the converter also has a feature of doing the complete opposite, i.e., grams to mL.

For conversions supporting that, ensure you have the “Grams to mL” button clicked and highlighted.

Here are a few values converted to help you:

Example Input:

  • 250 mL Water
  • 4 mL Almond Flour
  • 30 mL Cake Flour

Example Output:

  • 250.0 grams Water
  • 1.6 grams Almond Flour
  • 14.5 grams Cake Flour

Similarly, if you were to select the option “mL to Grams”, you can try different values to test.

Example Input:

  • 300.0 grams Water
  • 65.0 grams Corn Syrup

Example Output:

  • 300 mL Water
  • 47.1 mL Corn Syrup

2: Use the Copy Button:

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Copying the recipe is as simple as pressing the “Copy” button. Once clicked, you will have it copied to your clipboard. Simply put, you just need to paste the values to anyplace you’d like.

Taste the Possibilities with More Conversions:

Ready for more? We’ve got additional examples for you to explore, demonstrating just how useful this converter can be. Rest assured, all the values we present have been verified for accuracy. And remember, this tool is here for you to experiment with any conversions you might need. 

Example 1:

Original Values:

  • 15 mL Honey
  • 25 mL Coconut Oil
  • 200 mL Milk

Converted Values:

  • 21.3 grams Honey
  • 23.1 grams Coconut Oil
  • 207.0 grams Milk

Example 2:

Original Values:

  • 80 mL Margarine
  • 45 mL Sour Cream

Converted Values:

  • 77.8 grams Margarine
  • 43.6 grams Sour Cream

Example 3:

Original Values:

  • 34.0 grams Whole Wheat Flour
  • 80 grams Heavy Cream

Converted Values:

  • 71.1 mL Whole Wheat Flour
  • 80.5 mL Heavy Cream
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