4 grams of sugar is equal to slightly less than 1 teaspoon. 1
full teaspoon is equal to 4.2 grams of sugar. Note that grams are a
measure of weight, whereas a teaspoon is a measure of volume.
29 grams of sugar is equal to about 7.25 teaspoons.
226 grams=1 cup=48 teaspoons
It is roughly around 7 teaspoons. 4 grams of sugar=1 tsp. 12 grams of sugar=1 tbsp.
100 gm sugar / 4 gm/teaspoon sugar = 25 teaspoons sugar
5 grams is equivalent to how many teaspoons? 5 grams is equivalent to how many teaspoons?
1 gram of sugar is equivalent to 1/4 teaspoon. Therefore, 4 grams of sugar is equivalent to 1 teaspoon. Divide 42 grams by 4=10.5 . Therefore, there's 10.5 teaspoons per 42 grams of sugar.
Twenty grams of sugar = five teaspoons.
1 teaspoon equals about 5 or 6 grams.
49.2892161458 grams of sugar are present in ten teaspoons
8 grams of salt = teaspoons
That is 3.8 teaspoons.
That is 2 teaspoons of sugar.
There are 4 grams for every teaspoon. There are 8.25 teaspoons for 33 grams of sugar.
Just under 3 teaspoons of sugar is equal to 11 grams. (There are about 4.2 grams in a level teaspoon of sugar, yielding 2.62 teaspoons.)
There are 21 teaspoons of sugar in 100 grams.