How do I measure 50 mL in cups?

How do I measure 50 mL in cups?

answered Nov 21, 2021 by (3,860 points)
To measure 50 ml in cups take a measuring cup and fill the measuring cup to 1/4 cup.

Since 1/4 cup is equal to 50 ml then you would have 50 ml of ingredients.

One United States customary cup is equal to 236.5882365 milliliters as well as 1/16 U.S. customary gallons, 8 U.S. customary fluid ounces, 16 U.S. customary tablespoons, or 48 U.S. customary teaspoons.

1/4 cup is equal to 50ml.

In 50ml there is a 1/4 cup.

Below is a measurement chart on ml to cups and teaspoons.

0.5 ml = ⅛ teaspoon.
1 ml = ¼ teaspoon.
2 ml = ½ teaspoon.
5 ml = 1 teaspoon.
15 ml = 1 tablespoon.
25 ml = 2 tablespoons.
50 ml = 2 fluid ounces = ¼ cup.
75 ml = 3 fluid ounces = ⅓ cup.

There are 0.845351 cups or also 7/8 cups in 200 milliliters.

There are 7/8 cups in 200 ml.

200 ml or 200 milliliters is also equal to 0.845351 cups.

200 ml is also 7/8 in cups.

If you're working on a recipe and your recipe calls for 200 ml or 200 milliliters then you would use 7/8 cups.

Since 200 ml is also equal to 7/8 cups.

So if your recipe calls for 7/8 cups then you would need 200 ml of the ingredients.

2/3 cup    150 grams.
3/4 cup    170 grams.
7/8 cup    200 grams.
1 cup    225 grams.

1 gram = 1 mL    50 grams = 50 mL

2 grams = 2 mL    100 grams = 100 mL

3 grams = 3 mL    150 grams = 150 mL

4 grams = 4 mL    200 grams = 200 mL