A **grams to teaspoons converter** is an **essential tool** that allows you to **convert **measurements from **grams** (a metric unit of mass) to **tsp**.

**For example….**

5 grams of salt≈1 teaspoon5 grams of sugar≈1.25 teaspoons5 grams of flour≈2 teaspoons

**Similarly….**

Water: 3 grams ≈0.61 teaspoonsSalt: 3 grams ≈0.53 teaspoonsSugar: 3 grams ≈0.71 teaspoonsFlour: 3 grams ≈1.15 teaspoons

## Grams to Teaspoons Calculator

Ingredient | Grams | Teaspoons | Conversion Equation | Usage Purpose |
---|---|---|---|---|

Salt | 10 g | 1.76 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 5.69 | Seasoning dishes |

Sugar | 15 g | 3.57 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 4.2 | Sweetening beverages |

Flour | 20 g | 7.69 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 2.6 | Thickening sauces |

Baking Powder | 8 g | 2 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 4 | Leavening baked goods |

Water | 25 g | 5.07 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 4.93 | Diluting concentrates |

Creatine | 5 g | 1 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 5 | Supplement dosing |

Coconut Oil | 13 g | 3 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 4.33 | Cooking and baking |

Ground Coffee | 7 g | 2.33 tsp | tsp = g ÷ 3 | Brewing coffee |

Grams | Teaspoons (approx.) |
---|---|

2 | 0.4057 |

10 | 2.0204 |

5 | 1.0134 |

2.5 | 0.5067 |

3 | 0.6070 |

4 | 0.8114 |

7 | 1.4190 |

25 | 5.0670 |

17 | 3.4400 |

3.5 | 0.7075 |

39 | 7.9015 |

12 | 2.4260 |

## Grams to Teaspoons Conversion Chart

This **grams converted to tsp conversion table** is created using equation: **Teaspoons = Grams / 5**.

Grams (g) to | Teaspoons (tsp) |
---|---|

1.0 g | 0.2 tsp |

2.0 g | 0.4 tsp |

3.0 g | 0.6 tsp |

4.0 g | 0.8 tsp |

5.0 g | 1.0 tsp |

6.0 g | 1.2 tsp |

7.0 g | 1.4 tsp |

8.0 g | 1.6 tsp |

9.0 g | 1.8 tsp |

10.0 g | 2.0 tsp |

11.0 g | 2.2 tsp |

12.0 g | 2.4 tsp |

13.0 g | 2.6 tsp |

14.0 g | 2.8 tsp |

15.0 g | 3.0 tsp |

16.0 g | 3.2 tsp |

17.0 g | 3.4 tsp |

18.0 g | 3.6 tsp |

19.0 g | 3.8 tsp |

20.0 g | 4.0 tsp |

21.0 g | 4.2 tsp |

22.0 g | 4.4 tsp |

23.0 g | 4.6 tsp |

24.0 g | 4.8 tsp |

25.0 g | 5.0 tsp |

26.0 g | 5.2 tsp |

27.0 g | 5.4 tsp |

28.0 g | 5.6 tsp |

29.0 g | 5.8 tsp |

30.0 g | 6.0 tsp |

31.0 g | 6.2 tsp |

32.0 g | 6.4 tsp |

33.0 g | 6.6 tsp |

34.0 g | 6.8 tsp |

35.0 g | 7.0 tsp |

36.0 g | 7.2 tsp |

37.0 g | 7.4 tsp |

38.0 g | 7.6 tsp |

39.0 g | 7.8 tsp |

40.0 g | 8.0 tsp |

41.0 g | 8.2 tsp |

42.0 g | 8.4 tsp |

43.0 g | 8.6 tsp |

44.0 g | 8.8 tsp |

45.0 g | 9.0 tsp |

46.0 g | 9.2 tsp |

47.0 g | 9.4 tsp |

48.0 g | 9.6 tsp |

49.0 g | 9.8 tsp |

50.0 g | 10.0 tsp |

51.0 g | 10.2 tsp |

52.0 g | 10.4 tsp |

53.0 g | 10.6 tsp |

54.0 g | 10.8 tsp |

55.0 g | 11.0 tsp |

56.0 g | 11.2 tsp |

57.0 g | 11.4 tsp |

58.0 g | 11.6 tsp |

59.0 g | 11.8 tsp |

60.0 g | 12.0 tsp |

61.0 g | 12.2 tsp |

62.0 g | 12.4 tsp |

63.0 g | 12.6 tsp |

64.0 g | 12.8 tsp |

65.0 g | 13.0 tsp |

66.0 g | 13.2 tsp |

67.0 g | 13.4 tsp |

68.0 g | 13.6 tsp |

69.0 g | 13.8 tsp |

70.0 g | 14.0 tsp |

71.0 g | 14.2 tsp |

72.0 g | 14.4 tsp |

73.0 g | 14.6 tsp |

74.0 g | 14.8 tsp |

75.0 g | 15.0 tsp |

76.0 g | 15.2 tsp |

77.0 g | 15.4 tsp |

78.0 g | 15.6 tsp |

79.0 g | 15.8 tsp |

80.0 g | 16.0 tsp |

81.0 g | 16.2 tsp |

82.0 g | 16.4 tsp |

83.0 g | 16.6 tsp |

84.0 g | 16.8 tsp |

85.0 g | 17.0 tsp |

86.0 g | 17.2 tsp |

87.0 g | 17.4 tsp |

88.0 g | 17.6 tsp |

89.0 g | 17.8 tsp |

90.0 g | 18.0 tsp |

91.0 g | 18.2 tsp |

92.0 g | 18.4 tsp |

93.0 g | 18.6 tsp |

94.0 g | 18.8 tsp |

95.0 g | 19.0 tsp |

96.0 g | 19.2 tsp |

97.0 g | 19.4 tsp |

98.0 g | 19.6 tsp |

99.0 g | 19.8 tsp |

100.0 g | 20.0 tsp |

## Grams to Teaspoons Conversion Formula

The general formula for **converting g to teaspoons** is:

**Teaspoons = Grams ÷ (Density of the substance × Volume of 1 teaspoon)**

Where:

- The
**density**is measured in grams per milliliter (g/mL) - The
**volume of 1 teaspoon**is approximately**4.93 mL**

The density varies for different substances, it’s more practical to use specific conversion factors for common ingredients.

For example:

- For
**water**: 1 teaspoon ≈**4.93 grams** - For
**salt**: 1 teaspoon ≈**5.69 grams** - For
**sugar**: 1 teaspoon ≈**4.2 grams**

Using these conversion factors, we can create simple formulas for specific ingredients:

**Teaspoons of water**= Grams ÷**4.93****Teaspoons of salt**= Grams ÷**5.69****Teaspoons of sugar**= Grams ÷**4.2**

Let’s look at an example: To convert **10 grams of sugar** to teaspoons, we would calculate:

**10 grams ÷ 4.2 ≈ 2.38 teaspoons**

## How many grams is a teaspoon?

The number of grams in a teaspoon varies depending on the substance being measured. For **water** **one teaspoon is approximately 4.93 grams**.

For other common kitchen ingredients, the weight of a teaspoon can differ significantly:

Salt: 1 teaspoon ≈5.69 gramsSugar: 1 teaspoon ≈4.2 gramsAll-purpose flour: 1 teaspoon ≈2.6 gramsBaking powder: 1 teaspoon ≈4 grams

## Is 5 grams one TSP?

For some ingredients, **5 grams may indeed be close to one teaspoon**, while for others, it can be significantly different.

**Salt**: 5 grams is approximately**0.88 teaspoons**, which is close to 1 TSP**Sugar**: 5 grams is about**1.19 teaspoons**, slightly more than 1 TSP**Water**: 5 grams is roughly**1.01 teaspoons**, very close to 1 TSP**Flour**: 5 grams is approximately**1.92 teaspoons**, almost 2 TSP

## Is 10 grams 1 teaspoon?

**Ten grams** is generally more than one teaspoon for most common kitchen ingredients.

**Water**: 10 grams ≈**2.03 teaspoons****Salt**: 10 grams ≈**1.76 teaspoons****Sugar**: 10 grams ≈**2.38 teaspoons****Flour**: 10 grams ≈**3.85 teaspoons**

## How many grams in a teaspoon of sugar?

If you’re measuring sugar by weight and need to convert to teaspoons:

**1 gram of sugar**≈**0.24 teaspoons****5 grams of sugar**≈**1.19 teaspoons****10 grams of sugar**≈**2.38 teaspoons**

A teaspoon of granulated sugar weighs approximately **4.2 grams**. This conversion is based on the average density of granulated sugar, which is about **0.85 g/mL**.

For practical purposes in cooking and baking, many recipes round this to **4 grams per teaspoon**.

This small difference rarely affects the outcome of most recipes.

For precise measurements or when scaling recipes significantly, it’s best to use the more accurate **4.2 grams per teaspoon**.

## How many grams in a teaspoon of salt?

A teaspoon of table salt typically weighs about **5.69 grams**. This conversion is based on the average density of table salt, which is approximately **1.154 g/mL**.

For instance:

**Table salt**: 1 teaspoon ≈**5.69 grams****Kosher salt**: 1 teaspoon ≈**4.8 grams****Sea salt**: 1 teaspoon ≈**5 grams**(can vary based on coarseness)

## How many grams in a teaspoon of baking powder?

When converting baking powder from grams to teaspoons:

**1 gram of baking powder**≈**0.25 teaspoons****5 grams of baking powder**≈**1.25 teaspoons****10 grams of baking powder**≈**2.5 teaspoons**

A teaspoon of baking powder typically weighs about **4 grams**. Baking powder is a leavening agent composed of a mixture of cream of tartar, baking soda, and sometimes cornstarch, which affects its overall density.

A **4 grams per teaspoon** is a good general guideline, some sources may list values ranging from **3.8 to 4.2 grams per teaspoon**.

## How many grams of creatine in a teaspoon?

When converting between grams and teaspoons for creatine monohydrate:

1 gram of creatine≈0.2 teaspoons3 grams of creatine≈0.6 teaspoons10 grams of creatine≈2 teaspoons

The weight of creatine in a teaspoon can vary depending on the specific form of creatine and how it’s packed. For **creatine monohydrate**, a level teaspoon typically contains about **5 grams**.

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