# 10 Grams of Baking Powder to Tsp Conversion

Questions: How many US teaspoons of baking powder in 10 grams? How much are 10 grams of baking powder in tsp?

The answer is: 10 grams of baking powder is equivalent to 2.09 ( ~ 2) US teaspoons(*)

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10 grams of baking powder equals 2.09 ( ~ 2) US teaspoons.
(*) To be more precise, 10 grams of baking powder is equal to 2.0873 US teaspoons. All figures are approximate.

## Grams of baking powder to US teaspoons Chart

Grams of baking powder to US teaspoons
1 gram of baking powder = 0.209 US teaspoon
2 grams of baking powder = 0.417 US teaspoon
3 grams of baking powder = 0.626 US teaspoon
4 grams of baking powder = 0.835 US teaspoon
5 grams of baking powder = 1.04 US teaspoon
6 grams of baking powder = 1.25 US teaspoon
7 grams of baking powder = 1.46 US teaspoon
8 grams of baking powder = 1.67 US teaspoon
9 grams of baking powder = 1.88 US teaspoon
10 grams of baking powder = 2.09 US teaspoons
Grams of baking powder to US teaspoons
10 grams of baking powder = 2.09 US teaspoons
11 grams of baking powder = 2.3 US teaspoons
12 grams of baking powder = 2.5 US teaspoons
13 grams of baking powder = 2.71 US teaspoons
14 grams of baking powder = 2.92 US teaspoons
15 grams of baking powder = 3.13 US teaspoons
16 grams of baking powder = 3.34 US teaspoons
17 grams of baking powder = 3.55 US teaspoons
18 grams of baking powder = 3.76 US teaspoons
19 grams of baking powder = 3.97 US teaspoons

Note: some values may be rounded.

## FAQs on baking powder volume to weight conversion

### 10 grams of baking powder equals how many US teaspoons?

10 grams of baking powder is equivalent 2.09 ( ~ 2) US teaspoons.

### How much is 2.09 US teaspoons of baking powder in grams?

2.09 US teaspoons of baking powder equals 10 grams.

## Weight to Volume Conversions - Cooking Ingredients

### Notes on ingredient measurements

It is a bit tricky to get an accurate food conversion since its characteristics change according to humidity, temperature, or how well packed the ingredient is. Ingredients that contain the terms sliced, minced, diced, crushed, chopped add uncertainties to the measurements. A good practice is to measure ingredients by weight, not by volume so that the error is decreased.

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