Tablespoon to Teaspoon Conversions

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Many recipes specify small amounts of an ingredient in terms of spoonfuls, either a tablespoonful or a teaspoonful, these can be level, rounded or heaped depending on the ingredient and the author of the recipe. For the purpose of our conversions a rounded spoon is considered to be equal to 2 level spoons and a heaped spoon to 3 level spoons.

The converters below give conversions between tablespoons and teaspoons for the US, UK, Canada, South Africa and Australia. The first converter covers the majority of countries, with the Australian spoon converter being seperate as the Australian tablespoon is defined as 4 teaspoons, rather than the 3 that is used elsewhere. The Australian conversions can also be used when dealing with older British recipes as the UK tablespoon used to be larger than the currently accepted standard.

Tablespoons to Teaspoons Converter

Type values into either the tablespoons field or the teaspoons field and select level, rounded or heaped according to your requirements.

Tablespoons:
Teaspoons:

Tablespoons to Teaspoons Converter - Australian

Type values into either the tablespoons field or the teaspoons field and select level, rounded or heaped according to your requirements. These conversions can also be used for older British recipes as the traditional UK tablespoon is larger than the currently accepted standard size.

Tablespoons:
Teaspoons:

 

Common Conversion Values For Tablespoons to Teaspoons Chart

Most of the common tablespoon to teaspoon conversions are given in the chart below for US, UK, Canadian, South African and International level tablespoon and level teaspoon sizes.

Tablespoons ¼½¾12345678910
Teaspoons 0.751.52.2533.754.55.2566.757.58.25912151821242730

Common Conversion Values For Tablespoons to Teaspoons Chart - Australian

Most of the common tablespoon to teaspoon conversions are given in the chart below for Australian level tablespoon and level teaspoon sizes. This chart should also be used when dealing with older British recipes as traditional tablespoons in the UK are generally larger than modern tablespoons.

Tablespoons ¼½¾12345678910
Teaspoons 12345678910111216202428323640

 

 

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