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How Baking Ratios Work

Baking ratios are based on, you guessed it, math. To keep things short and sweet, baking ratios are broken down into “parts.” These parts describe how much you need of each basic ingredient (like eggs, liquid and flour) and they must all be measured in the same unit of measurement. The easiest way to measure for each part is by weight, so you’ll want to haul out your kitchen scale; especially since weighing your baking ingredients is more accurate than using measuring cups.

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Offer Details: Click on the image above for higher resolution. Image via Simon & Schuster. According to Ruhlman, bread dough’s ratio is 5-3 (5 parts flour, 3 parts water, plus a little yeast for leavening and salt for flavor). Meanwhile, the ratio for pie crust is 3-2-1: three parts flour, two parts fat ( butter or shortening), and one part water (or ice-cold

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Taller or Shorter Cakes

Cakes that measure 3 to 6 inches high, baked in the same size pan, would yield the same number of servings because they follow the same pattern of cutting. For example, a 6 in. round cake that measured 6 inches high would yield the same amount as a 6 in. round cake that measured 3 inches high, since they’re both cut the same way.

Cakes that are shorter than 3 inches would yield half the number of servings indicated for that pan.

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Conversion Chart For Baking

Note: I updated the baking powder amount in 2019.&

Note: I updated the baking powder amount in 2019.   1 teaspoon weighs 4-5 grams. I accept 1 teaspoon=4 grams. 

If you need to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, you can use the chart below:

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Measurements Temperatures Conversion Chart

The Measurements & Temperatures Conversion Chart below is designed to help you with the rest of the ingredients in your recipe.  This easy to understand chart should make converting things like liquids and nuts or baking chips from Imperial to Metric.

We’ve also included a Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion to help with baking temperatures.

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Download & Print the Baking Conversion Chart – Measurements & Temperatures

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