If you spend some time in the kitchen, this cups to quarts question is bound to come up.
Especially if you’re a baker or like to go by exact measurements, instead of by heart (like a lot of our grandma’s teach us).
But if you’ve ever asked yourself ‘how many cups in a quart, pint or gallon?’
then I’ve got both a quick calculator, a printable chart, and a pin you can pin on Pinterest for reference whenever you need to figure out some liquid measurements!
Sometimes you get in a pinch and you quickly need to know how many cups equals a pint, a quart or even a gallon.
Especially if you’re trying to multiply a recipe or if you’re making big portions of something.
I created a printable measurement chart as an easy way to remember that:
- There are 4 quarts in a gallon
- 8 pints in a gallon
- 16 cups in one gallon
USE THE CUPS TO QUARTS CALCULATOR!
You can pin this to your favorite kitchen, recipes, or cooking board on Pinterest so you never lose it.
And you can also scroll down to get the instant download with the visual image so you never forget a measurement again.
You can stick it inside your cupboard or on your fridge, or even in your recipes binder to make sure you never forget a measurement again.
Before you know it, you’ll be able to memorize how many cups are in a quart, pint, and gallon after giving it a few glances.
Honestly, sometimes I’m in the kitchen and I get lazy with having to convert measurements of any kind. Its always useful to have something you can glance at quickly so you don’t lose your momentum.
Download the printable below and stick it on your fridge!
Basic measurements to remember
Below I’ve listed basic measurements to remember so that you can bookmark this page and come back to them instead of attempting to calculate them in your head.
How many cups are in a pint?
There are 2 cups in a pint.
How many cups in a gallon?
There are 16 cups in a gallon.