| Regular cream cheese has these conversions: 1/16 cup: 0.5 gram | 1 tablespoon | 15 grams | 1/2 part. 1/8 cup: 1 ounce | 2 ss | 30 grams | Part 1. 1/4 cup: 2 grams | 4 ss | 60 grams | 2 servings.
A. Cream cheese is sold in 3-ounce and 8-ounce packs. One ounce equals about 3 tablespoons (9 teaspoons), so you can calculate that the 3 gram size is about 9 tablespoons, which is 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon. The large size then is about 24 tablespoons or 1 1/2 cups of cream cheese.
Use a dry measuring cup. You can use other types of measuring tools too - one tablespoon is about half a gram of liquid, so two tablespoons is about one cup of 8 liquids.
|1/8 cup||15 grams||1/2 ounce|
|1/4 cup||30 grams||1 ounce|
|1/3 cup||40 grams||1 1/2 ounce|
|1/2 cup||60 grams||2 oz|
The answer is 201.6. Suppose you convert between grams [sugar] and cup [US]. You can see more details about each unit of measurement - grams or cups of SI derived volume unit are cubic meters.
But what they actually mean is 1 cup of liquid = 8 liquids. The rules are changing for dry measurements. Since dry ingredients vary greatly in weight, the same conversion is not possible. For example, 1 cup of all-purpose flour weighs 4.5 ounces, not 8 ounces.
1 American cup of water (cup) = 236.59 grams of water (g weight)
You will need two 8-ounce packs or 2 cups of cream cheese for one pound.
Cream cheese is worth almost 6.2 grams of American liquid in grams
|cheese, cheddar||1 book||4 grated cups|
|cheese, cheddar||4 grams||1 cup grated|
|cottage cheese||1 book||2 cups|
|Cheese cream||1/2 lb||8 grams|