# Convert Tablespoons of Flour to Ounces

Enter the amount of flour in tablespoons below to get the value converted to ounces.

## Result in Ounces:

1 tbsp = 0.275578 oz

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## How to Convert Tablespoons of Flour to Ounces

To convert a measurement in tablespoons to a measurement in ounces, multiply the flour by the following conversion ratio: 0.275578 ounces/tablespoon.

Since one tablespoon of flour is equal to 0.275578 ounces, you can use this simple formula to convert:

ounces = tablespoons × 0.275578

The flour in ounces is equal to the flour in tablespoons multiplied by 0.275578.

For example, here's how to convert 5 tablespoons to ounces using the formula above.
ounces = (5 tbsp × 0.275578) = 1.377889 oz

### How Many Ounces Are in a Tablespoon of Flour?

There are 0.275578 ounces in a tablespoon of flour, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 tbsp = 0.275578 oz

Experts often recommend measuring dry ingredients by weight for accuracy,[1] but some recipes use volume, and not all home cooks own a digital scale. Converting between weight and volume can be tricky because different types of flour vary in density.

The table below can help with the conversion and shows the approximate volume measurement for the weight of various types of flour.

### Flour Weight to Volume Conversion Table

Ounce measurements and the equivalent measurements in tablespoons for various types of flour.
Ounces Tablespoons (A.P. Flour) Tablespoons (Bread Flour) Tablespoons (Cake Flour) Tablespoons (Rye Flour) Tablespoons (Wheat Flour)
1 oz 3 2/3 tbsp 3 1/2 tbsp 4 1/2 tbsp 4 1/2 tbsp 3 3/4 tbsp
2 oz 7 1/4 tbsp 7 1/8 tbsp 9 1/16 tbsp 8 3/4 tbsp 7 1/2 tbsp
3 oz 10 3/4 tbsp 10 3/4 tbsp 13 2/3 tbsp 13 1/3 tbsp 11 1/3 tbsp
4 oz 14 1/2 tbsp 14 1/4 tbsp 18 1/8 tbsp 17 3/4 tbsp 15 1/8 tbsp
5 oz 18 1/8 tbsp 17 3/4 tbsp 22 2/3 tbsp 22 1/4 tbsp 18 3/4 tbsp
6 oz 21 3/4 tbsp 21 1/2 tbsp 27 1/4 tbsp 26 2/3 tbsp 22 2/3 tbsp
7 oz 25 1/3 tbsp 25 1/16 tbsp 31 3/4 tbsp 31 1/8 tbsp 26 1/2 tbsp
8 oz 29 1/16 tbsp 28 1/2 tbsp 36 1/4 tbsp 35 1/2 tbsp 30 1/4 tbsp
9 oz 32 2/3 tbsp 32 1/8 tbsp 40 3/4 tbsp 40 1/16 tbsp 34 1/16 tbsp
10 oz 36 1/4 tbsp 35 3/4 tbsp 45 1/3 tbsp 44 1/2 tbsp 37 3/4 tbsp
11 oz 39 3/4 tbsp 39 1/4 tbsp 49 3/4 tbsp 48 3/4 tbsp 41 1/2 tbsp
12 oz 43 1/2 tbsp 42 3/4 tbsp 54 1/2 tbsp 53 1/3 tbsp 45 1/3 tbsp
13 oz 47 1/8 tbsp 46 1/2 tbsp 58 3/4 tbsp 57 3/4 tbsp 49 1/8 tbsp
14 oz 50 3/4 tbsp 50 1/16 tbsp 63 1/2 tbsp 62 1/4 tbsp 52 3/4 tbsp
15 oz 54 1/2 tbsp 53 1/2 tbsp 68 1/16 tbsp 66 2/3 tbsp 56 2/3 tbsp
16 oz 58 1/16 tbsp 57 1/8 tbsp 72 1/2 tbsp 71 1/8 tbsp 60 1/2 tbsp
17 oz 61 2/3 tbsp 60 3/4 tbsp 77 1/8 tbsp 75 2/3 tbsp 64 1/4 tbsp
18 oz 65 1/3 tbsp 64 1/4 tbsp 81 2/3 tbsp 80 1/16 tbsp 68 1/16 tbsp
19 oz 68 3/4 tbsp 67 3/4 tbsp 86 1/8 tbsp 84 1/2 tbsp 71 3/4 tbsp
20 oz 72 1/2 tbsp 71 1/2 tbsp 90 3/4 tbsp 88 3/4 tbsp 75 2/3 tbsp
21 oz 76 1/4 tbsp 75 1/16 tbsp 95 1/4 tbsp 93 1/3 tbsp 79 1/3 tbsp
22 oz 79 3/4 tbsp 78 1/2 tbsp 99 3/4 tbsp 97 3/4 tbsp 83 1/8 tbsp
23 oz 83 1/2 tbsp 82 1/8 tbsp 104 1/3 tbsp 102 1/4 tbsp 86 3/4 tbsp
24 oz 87 1/16 tbsp 85 3/4 tbsp 108 3/4 tbsp 106 3/4 tbsp 90 3/4 tbsp
25 oz 90 3/4 tbsp 89 1/4 tbsp 113 1/3 tbsp 111 1/8 tbsp 94 1/2 tbsp
26 oz 94 1/3 tbsp 92 3/4 tbsp 117 3/4 tbsp 115 2/3 tbsp 98 1/4 tbsp
27 oz 97 3/4 tbsp 96 1/2 tbsp 122 1/2 tbsp 120 1/16 tbsp 102 1/16 tbsp
28 oz 101 2/3 tbsp 100 1/16 tbsp 127 1/16 tbsp 124 1/2 tbsp 105 3/4 tbsp
29 oz 105 1/4 tbsp 103 1/2 tbsp 131 1/2 tbsp 128 3/4 tbsp 109 2/3 tbsp
30 oz 108 3/4 tbsp 107 1/8 tbsp 136 1/16 tbsp 133 1/3 tbsp 113 1/3 tbsp
31 oz 112 1/2 tbsp 110 3/4 tbsp 140 2/3 tbsp 137 3/4 tbsp 117 1/8 tbsp
32 oz 116 1/8 tbsp 114 1/3 tbsp 145 1/8 tbsp 142 1/3 tbsp 120 3/4 tbsp

## Should You Measure Flour by Weight or Volume?

Most experts agree that dry ingredients like flour should be measured by weight rather than volume, especially in baking. The reason for this is that flours vary slightly in density, so a volume measurement will likely yield an incorrect amount of ingredients. Additionally, the amount that the flour is packed or compressed in the cup or tablespoon will alter the amount of ingredients being added.

For these reasons, a food scale, rather than measuring cups or spoons, is the preferred way to measure flour when cooking. For recipes that call for measurements in volume, professional bakers use a whisk to aerate flour that's been stored in a bag or canister before measuring since flour will settle when stored and weigh heavier even in the same-sized measuring cup.

## What Is a Tablespoon?

A tablespoon of flour is equal to 3 teaspoons or 1/16 of a cup. A tablespoon is a measure of flour volume.

The tablespoon is a US customary unit of volume. Tablespoons can be abbreviated as tbsp, and are also sometimes abbreviated as T, Tbls, or Tb. For example, 1 tablespoon can be written as 1 tbsp, 1 T, 1 Tbls, or 1 Tb.

## What Is an Ounce?

An ounce of flour is 1/16 of a pound, and there are 28.3495 grams in one ounce. An ounce is a measure of flour weight.

The ounce is a US customary and imperial unit of weight. Ounces can be abbreviated as oz; for example, 1 ounce can be written as 1 oz.