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How many grams are in a teaspoon of sugar?


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2016-02-11 12:26:09
2016-02-11 12:26:09

One teaspoon of granulated white sugar is equal to about 4.2 grams.

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4 grams of sugar=1 teaspoon

about 4 grams in a teaspoon of sugar

A teaspoon of sugar has 5 grams of carbs.

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There are approximately 5-8 grams of sugar in a teaspoon of sugar, depending on its granularity.

About 5 grams of sugar in 1 teaspoon

1 teaspoon of sugar is equal to 5 grams of sugar. This conversion is easy since you just multiply the amount of teaspoons by 5 to get the grams.

There are four grams in one teaspoon of white granulated sugar. A gram is a unit that measures the weight.

If the packet of sugar is 1 teaspoon, then it would have 4 grams.

One teaspoon of sugar is equal to 4 grams of sugar. One half a teaspoon of sugar is equal to 2 grams of sugar.

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.

ANSWER 1 US teaspoon of powdered sugar = 2.5 g

There are 4 grams for every teaspoon. There are 8.25 teaspoons for 33 grams of sugar.

Figure a level teaspoon of sugar weighs about four grams.

that is about 13 teaspoons,

1 Tablespoon [US] of brown sugar at 0.85g/ml = 12.568750064062 grams

One teaspoon of sugar is about 5.7 grams. So 9 grams is about 1.3 teaspoons.

If sugar is in the teaspoon it will be 4 grams = 1 teaspoon. Different materials have different mass so the full answer would have to be that it depends on what is in the teaspoon how many teaspoons will be in 4 grams.

There are roughly 5 grams in 1 tsp.

white sugar is 4.2 grams per teaspoon, so it's 42.

Umm... 0 grams? There's no fat in sugar, only carbs.

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