# How Do I Measure Two Thirds of a Cup? – How Much is 2/3 Cup?

Measuring two-thirds of a cup might seem intimidating, but it’s pretty simple. When measuring two-thirds of a cup, you must make sure you know the measurements and use either tablespoons, teaspoons, or both to get your desired amount.

## How Do I Measure Two-Thirds of a Cup?

To measure 2/3 cup dry ingredients such as sugar or flour, you can count as ten tablespoons plus two teaspoons or half a cup plus two tablespoons plus two teaspoons. Liquid 2/3 cups you can measure easily using measuring cups or in metric units 158 ml.

One way to measure two-thirds of a cup is by using one-half cup, two tablespoons, and two teaspoons. This will equal precisely two-thirds of a cup. To do this, measure out one-half cup into the container you measure with and add two tablespoons and two teaspoons. If you don’t have tablespoons or teaspoons, don’t worry; you can also use an alternative method to achieve the same result.

To measure two-thirds of a cup without using tablespoons or teaspoons, try using ten tablespoons plus two teaspoons instead. This amount will also equal precisely two-thirds of a cup. All you need to do is measure ten tablespoons and then add another teaspoon for accuracy.

When it comes down to it, measuring exact amounts can be tricky, no matter what size container you are working with. However, as long as you know the measurements and have either tablespoons or teaspoons at hand (or both), measuring out exact amounts such as two-thirds of the cup, should be much easier than it seems! With either one of these methods, you can easily ensure your measuring is accurate and up to par every time!

The cooking conversion Table is presented below:

US MetricCooking conversion
1 cup =48 teaspoons
1 cup =16 tablespoons
1 gallon (gal) =4 quarts
1 inch (in) =2.54 centimeters (cm)
1 milliliter (ml) =1 cubic centimeter (cc)
1 pint (pt) =2 cups
1 quart (qt) =2 pints
1 tablespoon (tbsp) =3 teaspoons (tsp)
1/16 cup =1 tablespoon
1/2 cup =8 tablespoons
1/3 cup =5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon
1/4 cup =4 tablespoons
1/6 cup =2 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons
1/8 cup =2 tablespoons
16 ounces (oz) =1 pound (lb)
2/3 cup =10 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons
3/4 cup =12 tablespoons
3/8 cup =6 tablespoons
4 cups =1 quart
8 fluid ounces (fl oz) =1 cup
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