Convert Kilograms of Sugar to Teaspoons
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How to Convert Kilograms of Sugar to Teaspoons
To convert a measurement in kilograms to a measurement in teaspoons, multiply the sugar by the following conversion ratio: 240 teaspoons/kilogram.
Since one kilogram of sugar is equal to 240 teaspoons, you can use this simple formula to convert:
The sugar in teaspoons is equal to the sugar in kilograms multiplied by 240.
How Many Teaspoons Are in a Kilogram of Sugar?
There are 240 teaspoons in a kilogram of sugar, which is why we use this value in the formula above.
1 kg = 240 tsp
While experts usually suggest measuring dry ingredients by weight since it's more accurate, some recipes call for ingredients by volume and many of us don't have a scale when we need one. Because the density of different types of sugar vary, it may not be obvious how to convert between a weight and volume measurements.
This table shows the approximate volume measurement for various weights of sugar, by type to help with the conversion.
Sugar Weight to Volume Conversion Table
|Kilograms||Teaspoons (Granulated)||Teaspoons (Brown)||Teaspoons (Powdered)||Teaspoons (Raw)|
|0.25 kg||60 tsp||60 tsp||96 tsp||48 tsp|
|0.5 kg||120 tsp||120 tsp||192 tsp||96 tsp|
|0.75 kg||180 tsp||180 tsp||288 tsp||144 tsp|
|1 kg||240 tsp||240 tsp||384 tsp||192 tsp|
|1.25 kg||300 tsp||300 tsp||480 tsp||240 tsp|
|1.5 kg||360 tsp||360 tsp||576 tsp||288 tsp|
|1.75 kg||420 tsp||420 tsp||672 tsp||336 tsp|
|2 kg||480 tsp||480 tsp||768 tsp||384 tsp|
|2.25 kg||540 tsp||540 tsp||864 tsp||432 tsp|
|2.5 kg||600 tsp||600 tsp||960 tsp||480 tsp|
|2.75 kg||660 tsp||660 tsp||1056 tsp||528 tsp|
|3 kg||720 tsp||720 tsp||1152 tsp||576 tsp|
|3.25 kg||780 tsp||780 tsp||1248 tsp||624 tsp|
|3.5 kg||840 tsp||840 tsp||1344 tsp||672 tsp|
|3.75 kg||900 tsp||900 tsp||1440 tsp||720 tsp|
|4 kg||960 tsp||960 tsp||1536 tsp||768 tsp|
|4.25 kg||1020 tsp||1020 tsp||1632 tsp||816 tsp|
|4.5 kg||1080 tsp||1080 tsp||1728 tsp||864 tsp|
|4.75 kg||1140 tsp||1140 tsp||1824 tsp||912 tsp|
|5 kg||1200 tsp||1200 tsp||1920 tsp||960 tsp|
Should I Measure Sugar by Weight or Volume?
Many experts are adamant that dry ingredients like sugar should be measured by weight instead of volume, especially when used for baking.
The reason is that the density of different sugars vary slightly, so volume measurements will likely yield an incorrect amount of ingredient. Additionally, when using a cup or tablespoon, the amount that the sugar is compressed and above or under the measurement line will alter the actual amount.
This is why most experts suggest using a food scale to measure sugar when cooking, rather than a cup, tablespoon, or other volume measuring devices.
Kilograms and teaspoons are both units used to measure sugar. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.
What is a Kilogram?
The kilogram, or kilogramme, is the SI base unit for weight and is also a multiple of the gram. In the metric system, "kilo" is the prefix for thousands, or 103. Kilograms can be abbreviated as kg; for example, 1 kilogram can be written as 1 kg.
Learn more about kilograms.
What is a Teaspoon?
A teaspoon of sugar is equal to 1/3 of a tablespoon. A teaspoon is a measure of sugar volume.
The teaspoon is a US customary unit of volume. Teaspoons can be abbreviated as tsp, and are also sometimes abbreviated as t, ts, or tspn. For example, 1 teaspoon can be written as 1 tsp, 1 t, 1 ts, or 1 tspn.
Learn more about teaspoons.
- Nila Jones, The Best and Most Accurate Way to Measure Wet and Dry Ingredients for Baking, Serious Eats, https://www.seriouseats.com/how-to-measure-wet-dry-ingredients-for-baking-accurately-best-method