How to double a recipe

Are you looking to double your favorite recipe so you can make twice as much? We used to have this large form where you type in all the ingredients and all the measurements. However, we found that most people did not take the time to fill in the form. They just want to know stuff like how to double 1 ⅔ cups.

Therefore, we have displayed the common measurements below and what the double amount would be.

Cups doubled
 ¼ Cup - ½ Cup ⅓ Cup - ⅔ Cup ½ Cup - 1 Cup ⅔ Cup - 1 ⅓ Cups ¾ Cup - 1 ½ Cups 1 Cup - 2 Cups 1 ¼ Cups - 2 ½ Cups 1 ⅓ Cups - 2 ⅔ Cups 1 ½ Cups - 3 Cups 1 ⅔ Cups - 3 ⅓ Cups 1 ¾ Cups - 3 ½ Cups 2 Cups - 4 Cups 2 ¼ Cups - 4 ½ Cups 2 ⅓ Cups - 4 ⅔ Cups 2 ½ Cups - 5 Cups 2 ⅔ Cups - 5 ⅓ Cups 2 ¾ Cups - 5 ½ Cups 3 Cups - 6 Cups 3 ¼ Cups - 6 ½ Cups 3 ⅓ Cups - 6 ⅔ Cups 3 ½ Cups - 7 Cups 3 ⅔ Cups - 7 ⅓ Cups 3 ¾ Cups - 7 ½ Cups 4 Cups - 8 Cups 4 ¼ Cups - 8 ½ Cups 4 ⅓ Cups - 8 ⅔ Cups 4 ½ Cups - 9 Cups 4 ⅔ Cups - 9 ⅓ Cups 4 ¾ Cups - 9 ½ Cups 5 Cups - 10 Cups

Tablespoons doubled
 ½ tbsp. - 1 tbsp. 1 tbsp. - 2 tbsp. 1 ½ tbsp. - 3 tbsp. 2 tbsp. - 4 tbsp. 2 ½ tbsp. - 5 tbsp. 3 tbsp. - 6 tbsp. 3 ½ tbsp. - 7 tbsp. 4 tbsp. - 8 tbsp. 4 ½ tbsp. - 9 tbsp. 5 tbsp. - 10 tbsp. 5 ½ tbsp. - 11 tbsp. 6 tbsp. - 12 tbsp. 6 ½ tbsp. - 13 tbsp. 7 tbsp. - 14 tbsp. 7 ½ tbsp. - 15 tbsp. 8 tbsp. - 16 tbsp.

Teaspoons doubled
 ⅛ tsp. - ¼ tsp. ¼ tsp. - ½ tsp. ½ tsp. - 1 tsp. 1 tsp. - 2 tsp. 1 ⅛ tsp. - 2 ¼ tsp. 1 ¼ tsp. - 2 ½ tsp. 1 ½ tsp. - 3 tsp. 2 tsp. - 4 tsp. 2 ⅛ tsp. - 4 ¼ tsp. 2 ¼ tsp. - 4 ½ tsp. 2 ½ tsp. - 5 tsp. 3 tsp. - 6 tsp. 3 ⅛ tsp. - 6 ¼ tsp. 3 ¼ tsp. - 6 ½ tsp. 3 ½ tsp. - 7 tsp. 4 tsp. - 8 tsp. 4 ⅛ tsp. - 8 ¼ tsp. 4 ¼ tsp. - 8 ½ tsp. 4 ½ tsp. - 9 tsp. 5 tsp. - 10 tsp. 5 ⅛ tsp. - 10 ¼ tsp. 5 ¼ tsp. - 10 ½ tsp. 5 ½ tsp. - 11 tsp. 6 tsp. - 12 tsp.

Note that when you adjust the amount of ingredients in a recipe, it may also be necessary to adjust the cooking time. Research Maniacs is not responsible for any errors or omissions.

 Spice TipResearch Maniacs found that you may not have to double the spices when you double a recipe. We recommend adding spices to taste.

 Helpful Info Teaspoons = tsp. Tablespoons = tbsp. 1 cup = 16 tbsp. 1 tbsp. = 3 tsp.

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