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# Ounces to dsp - Confectioner´s sugar

How many dessert spoons of confectioner´s sugar in 1 ounce?

## 1 ounce of confectioner´s sugar equals 5.3 dessert spoons*

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1 ounce of confectioner´s sugar equals 5.3 dessert spoons. (*)
(*) or precisely 5.3157749641507 dessert spoons. Some values are approximate.

Note: Fractions are rounded to the nearest 8th fraction. Values are rounded to 3 significant figures.

ounces to dessert spoons of Confectioner´s sugar
1 ounce = 5.32 dessert spoons
2 ounces = 10.6 dessert spoons
4 ounces = 21.3 dessert spoons
5 ounces = 26.6 dessert spoons
8 ounces = 42.5 dessert spoons
1/16 ounce = 0.332 dessert spoon
1/8 ounce = 0.664 dessert spoon
1/4 ounce = 1.33 dessert spoons
1/3 ounce = 1.77 dessert spoons
1/2 ounce = 2.66 dessert spoons
2/3 ounce = 3.54 dessert spoons
3/4 ounce = 3.99 dessert spoons
1 1/16 ounces = 5.65 dessert spoons
1 1/8 ounces = 5.98 dessert spoons
1 1/4 ounces = 6.64 dessert spoons
1 1/3 ounces = 7.09 dessert spoons
1 1/2 ounces = 7.97 dessert spoons
1 2/3 ounces = 8.86 dessert spoons
1 3/4 ounces = 9.3 dessert spoons
2 1/16 ounces = 11 dessert spoons
2 1/8 ounces = 11.3 dessert spoons
2 1/4 ounces = 12 dessert spoons
2 1/3 ounces = 12.4 dessert spoons

### References:

1. Density Database Version 2.0 - FAO

## FAQs on confectioner´s sugar weight to volume conversion

### 1 ounce of confectioner´s sugar equals how many dessert spoons?

1 ounce of confectioner´s sugar is equivalent 5.3 dessert spoons.

### How much is 5.3 dessert spoons of confectioner´s sugar in ounces?

5.3 dessert spoons of confectioner´s sugar equals 1 ounce.

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It is difficult to get an exact conversion of cooking ingredients as the density of these substances can vary so much depending on temperature, humidity, how well packaged the ingredient is, etc. These words add even more uncertainty: sliced, chopped, diced, crushed, minced, etc. Therefore, it is better to measure dry ingredients by weight rather than volume as this can be more accurate.

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