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mL to Grams Conversion Chart in Baking

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Some recipes call for ingredients measured by volume. Others require ingredients measured by mass. Given these, having an mL to grams conversion chart helps. You can now easily convert grams to ml.

As much as we’d like recipes to have the same unit of measurements, they do not. Unfortunately, you might not have the right baking tools and equipment to measure every ingredient in each recipe.

For instance, some recipes call for sugar in tablespoons. Others call for sugar in cups. Due to these, you must have a tablespoon to cups conversion chart on hand. 

Similarly, some recipes call for oil in ml. Others call for oil in g. So, you must have an ml to grams conversion chart on hand as well.

Since ml (volume) and g (mass) do not come in the same unit of measurement, converting them to each other becomes tricky.

However, you don’t have to memorize everything because we’re here to help. In this article, we will show you how to convert ml to g. We will also present an ml to grams conversion chart in baking so you can conveniently switch from ml to g and vice versa. 

mL vs Grams

ml to grams

KIlogram and Meter belong to the base units of the International System of Units or SI.

Grams represent a mass unit or amount of matter. If you tear or crush something to make it smaller, its mass will not change. 

The abbreviation experts use for grams is g. 

For instance, a sugar packet, a raisin, or a paper clip weighs approximately one g. 

In addition, you can know the mass of an ingredient in g using a weighing scale.

People often see grams as a unit of weight. However, g represents mass, not weight. The two differ from each other. In particular, if you travel to space, your weight changes. Your mass will remain the same. 

On the other hand, milliliters represent a unit of volume or amount of space. If you want to measure how much space something occupies, you must measure its volume. Additionally, if you tear or crush something to make it smaller, its volume changes.

Volume is multiplying the length, width, and height of an object. One cubic centimeter is the same as one milliliter.

For instance, one milliliter of water, one milliliter of oil, or one milliliter of honey approximately takes up the same amount of space but the weight for each will be different. Moreover, about twenty drops of water have a volume of one milliliter.

The abbreviation experts use for milliliters is mL.

mL to Grams Formula

ml to grams formula

If you’re wondering how many ml are in a gram of ingredient and vice versa, we got the answer for you.

The conversion depends on the substance you’re converting. For instance, if you convert one ml of water to g, the measurement remains at one g. 

However, if you convert one ml of milk to grams, the measurement stands at 1.03 g. 

This happens because the density of ingredients varies. Milk is denser than water, so an ml of milk becomes heavier than an ml of water. 

The same thing applies to ingredients denser than water such as honey.

Convert mL to Grams

To get the mass (grams) of an ingredient, multiply the volume (milliliters) by its density (g/mL)

Volume (mL) x Density (g/mL) = Mass (g)

While this is a universal formula for converting milliliters to grams, you have to take note of the density of the ingredient you’re using.

For instance, water has a density of one g/mL. Hence, one mL of water converts to one gram. In addition, honey has a density of 1.42 g/mL. Hence, one ml of honey converts to 1.42 g. 

Grams to mL Conversion Formula

Mass (g) x Density (mL/g) = Volume (mL)

While this is a universal formula for converting mL to grams, you have to take note of the density of the ingredient you’re using. Unlike the previous formula, you have to flip the density of the ingredient to convert grams to milliliters.

For instance, water has a density of one g/mL. Flipping the density, you get one mL per one g. Putting it into the formula, one g of water converts to one mL. 

In addition, honey has a density of 1.42 g/mL. Flipping the density, you get one mL per 1.42 g. Putting it into the formula, one g of honey converts to 0.7 mL.

Convert mL to Grams

To make it easier for you, here’s an ml to grams conversion table featuring common baking ingredients:

IngredientMilliliter (mL)Grams (g)
Water1
Honey1.42
Oil10.947
Salt1.15
Dry Yeast10.58
Flour0.57
Sugar10.85
Milk11.03
Butter10.911
Egg11.03

Grams to mL Conversion Chart

Here’s a grams to mL conversion table featuring common baking ingredients:

IngredientGrams (g)Milliliter (mL)
Water1
Honey0.7
Oil11.056
Salt0.87
Dry Yeast11.72
Flour1.75
Sugar11.177
Milk10.97
Butter11.098
Egg10.97

FAQS

Is 1g equal to 1 ml?

Yes, if you are measuring water. One gram of pure water converts to one ml.

What is 3 ml in grams?

Three ml of water converts to three grams. Three ml of oil converts to 2.841 grams, while three ml of honey converts to 4.29 grams. 

How do you convert 250 ml to grams?

250 ml of water converts to 250 grams. However, other substances convert differently. For instance, 250 ml of honey converts to 358 grams. 

Is a kg equal to 1 Litre?

A kg of water equals 1 litre. Moreover, a kg of honey equals 0.7 litre. A kg of oil equals 1.056 liters. 

253ml equals how many grams?

253 ml of water contains 253 grams. 253 ml of honey contains 359.26 grams, while 253 ml of oil contains 239.59 grams.

How many liters in 17kg cooking oil?

18 Liters in 17kg cooking oil

Conclusion

ml to grams conversion chart

Are you craving some leche flan? How about some chocolate chip cookies? Well, you can easily make them whether you have a weighing scale, tablespoon, or cups. 

So, print or bookmark this mL to grams conversion chart so you can measure your supplies accurately. Speaking of supplies, check out our article about baking supplies stores.

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