How many ounces of milk to mix in one cup of coffee?
That is your personal choice, how would we know how you like your coffee.
Four ounces is one half cup. There are eight ounces per cup. The average coffee cup is six ounces.
8 ounces of liquid coffee in a cup
there are 6 to 8 ounces in a cup 0f coffee
There are 8 fluid ounces in a cup of milk - or a cup of anything. 8 ounces=1 cup.
1 cup of dry milk = 2.399 ounces
1 ounce = 0.125 cup 8 ounces of coffee: = 8 ounces * 0.125 cup/1 ounce = 1 cup
A typical "coffee cup" is 5 ounces, so a 12 cup coffee maker likely holds around 60 ounces.
That is 4 ounces
A "cup" of coffee is actually 6 ounces, so 12C x 6oz = 72oz
8 ounces in a cup of anything
1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
8 fluid ounces or 250mls.
32 beans for 8 ounces.
1 cup = 8 ounces This is prepared coffee, not ground coffee beans
One cup is 8 ounces so 3/4 of a cup is 6 ounces.
40 calories. A cup of coffee has virtually no calories so it all depends on how much milk you use.
36kCals for a cup of Coffee with semi skimmed milk and one sugar. 50 for a mug of the same.
ok so there are 8 ounces in a cup so 8x12=96 ounces
According to research on a one cup coffee maker, they don't actually brew a full 8 ounces that would be the normal measurement for one cup. The actual amount brewed in a one cup coffee maker is approximately five to six ounces.
There are many variants to sizes of coffee available to a consumer. Most of the time a cup of coffee will come in a 12 ounce container while a lot can go up to around 20 ounces.
Answer 1 cup = 90oz
That is 0.313 of a cup.
There are no calories in coffee, only in the milk, so for whole milk approx. 35.
1 cup = 8 oz 1 oz = 0.12 cup
One cup is always 8 fluid ounces
96 oz 1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
A plain cup of brewed coffee contains zero fat and only a couple of calories
There are 6 fluid ounces in a standard cup of coffee. There are 8 fluid ounces in a 1-cup measuring cup. There are 16 fluid ounces in a standard tea glass or tumbler.
No. An average cup of coffee holds 8 ounces and a tea cup holds 6. For you Canadians out there a large double double holds 12 ounces Imperial An extra large take out cup holds 16 ounces.
32 beans per 8 liquid ounces.
6 ounces or 2/3 cup
4 fluid ounces is half a cup.
3/4 cup of milk is 6 ounces. That is 12 tablespoons
That is 1 teaspoon
32 teaspoons or 2/3 cup instant milk will reconstitute to 16 ounces of milk.
You need to know the density of coffee. M= V/d
A traditional "cup" of coffee is 6 fluid ounces, so the answer is 9. No clue as to why a cup of coffee is 6 and every other liquid is 8.
8 fluid ounces
There's approximately 36 calories in 1 cup of coffee with 1 sugar and a small amount of milk.
There are 8 ounces in a cup. It does not matter if the cup is filled with cranberries, milk or flour. The cup will still equal 8 ounces.
Since more milk is added to a cup of coffee than a cup of tea and since milk stays warmer longer than tea or coffee a cup of tea cools down quicker than a cup of coffee.
A cup of milk is 8 fluid ounces.
1 cup of dried milk = 5 ounces.
8, and an average large has 12
8 (US) fluid ounces in one (US) cup or 8.33 (Imperial fluid ounces in one (US) cup or 10 (Imperial) fluid ounces in one (UK) cup or 9.64 (US) fluid ounces in one (UK) cup
It depends on the ingredient. 8 ounces of flour (by weight) is almost a cup and a half. 8 ounces of milk (by weight) is exactly one cup.
A measured cup is the same as the average coffe cup ... 8 ounces ... check yourself though ... you may have unusualy large or small coffee cups at your place.
About 1/3 cup
The typical coffee cup serving size is 6 ounces.
The average "cup" of coffee, regardless of flavored or not, is 6 ounces.