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there is 236 grams in a cup of confectioner's sugar

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In 1/8 cup of confectioners' sugar, there are 15 grams. In 1/8 cup of granulated or superfine sugar, there are 30 grams.


Confectioners sugar is heavy. 250 gm per cup.


200 g of granulated sugar equals one cup. There are 16 tablespoons in one cup. 200 divided by 16 = 12.5 grams. The number will be slightly different with confectioners sugar


About 240 grams in a cup of sugar.



8.818 ounces =250 grams so..........8 ounces=1 cup I figure it to be 8 and 3/4 ounces.


1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup


Um, yes. Confectioners sugar is the same thing as powdered sugar - just a different name.


It is the same, one cup. Confectioner's sugar is just another name for powdered sugar.


There are 67 grams of white sugar in 1/3 of a cup.


There are 125 grams of icing sugar in 1 cup


Approximately 56 grams of sugar in 1/4 cup.


There are 8 ounces per cup, and 28 grams per ounce, that means there are 224 grams per cup. 35 grams of sugar ÷ 224 grams/cup = 0.16 cup of sugar or 4/25th cup.


Granulated sugar: 1 cup = 200 grams Brown sugar: 1 cup, packed = 220 grams


There are 8 ounces in a cup of sugar. If 1 ounce is 28.33 grams then there are 226.64 grams in 1 cup of sugar.


There is .7 cups of sugar in 170 grams. There are 236 grams of sugar in one cup of sugar.


There are 226.8 grams in 1 cup.


Approximately 250 grams of sugar


1 cup of caster sugar is equal to 200 grams


How many grams of sugar makes up half a cup?


Confectioners sugar (also called Powdered sugar) differs from "regular sugar" (Granulated sugar) in two ways. Confectioners sugar it's milled to a much finer grain and, and it has cornstarch in it to prevent caking. If you run of of Granulated sugar, you can substitute with Confectioners sugar. Multiply the amount of granulated sugar needed by 1.75. It takes 1 3/4 cup of powdered sugar to substitute for 1 cup of granulated sugar.


Brown sugar: 1 cup, packed = 220 grams. Sifted white flour: 1 cup = 125 grams.


That is approximately 240 grams


That would depend on the type of sugar. I have included charts to help you convert the 3 most common types of sugar from grams to cups.Granulated (common) Sugar1/8 cup = 30 grams1/4 cup = 55 grams1/3 cup = 75 grams3/8 cup = 85 grams1/2 cup = 115 grams5/8 cup = 140 grams2/3 cup = 150 grams3/4 cup = 170 grams7/8 cup = 200 grams1 cup = 225 gramsConfectioners' (powdered) Sugar1/8 cup = 15 grams1/4 cup = 30 grams1/3 cup = 40 grams3/8 cup = 45 grams1/2 cup = 60 grams5/8 cup = 70 grams2/3 cup = 75 grams3/4 cup = 85 grams7/8 cup = 100 grams1 cup = 110 gramsBrown Sugar1/8 cup = 25 grams1/4 cup = 50 grams1/3 cup = 65 grams3/8 cup = 75 grams1/2 cup = 100 grams5/8 cup = 125 grams2/3 cup = 135 grams3/4 cup = 150 grams7/8 cup = 175 grams1 cup = 200 grams


There is no fat in sugar.



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