Measures (One Cup, Two Cups etc;)?
So I'm a cook, but with cooking you can add anything you want.
But with baking you need to have everything measured ''correctly''. I though about giving this chocolate cake a shot.
But I don't have those cups measures, so how can I measure one cup without the one cup measurement? (The 4cups that comes attached together, people use them for baking, really hope you know what I mean)
I can cook* Not I'm a cook. >_>
But i don't have scoops. :|
Or anything, I have my tea cup. Does that work?
- Butterfly LoverLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Well, it is kind of tedious, but you could use a measuring SPOON.
There are 16 tbs in a cup; 8 in a half cup and 4 in a quarter cup.
I disagree with Bev. Most tea/coffee cups hold 6 oz, not 1 cup.
- 9 years ago
Your tea cup actually might work. Most cups that come in sets of dishes are made to hold 1 cup.
If you have any of the other measuring cups 1/3 C, for example, you could measure out 1/3 C three times to get 1 cup.
- Anonymous9 years ago
1 cup is 250 ml..so I guess you're just gonna have to add up whatever measurments you have.ex.if you have a 100 ml scoop,use 2 and a half of that.you know what I mean?lol.happy baking!
- 9 years ago
Hey i never measured anything before cooking ..... specifically baking cookies .. and they turn out .. alright ... KINDA...... ok maybe not so tasty ... ANYWAYS ... get a separate cup from WALMART?