Free Printable: Kitchen Conversion Chart

7.22.2011



Wait...how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon again?
Yep. This is me. ALL the time.
In the kitchen, hovered over a recipe card and trying to
do math in a head already filled with measurements and ingredients.
 
I finally bought a fridge magnet with a conversion chart.
The problem? It is super-duper-ugly-town.
 
So I set out to make a cute one and share it with you!
These print as 4x4" square.
And you get to choose your favorite color....oooooo...fancy! 


- CLICK HERE to download pdf.
- Go to the page where the color of your choice is.
- Select print. Then select "Current Page".

- Print onto card stock and then....
a. use glue stick to add to inside cover of family recipe book
b. use tape to secure on inside door of cupboard nearest your prep station.
c. laminate and attach a magnet to the back to hang on fridge
 
Happy Friday! 

18 comments:

Veronica said...

THANK YOU!!!!
I used to have a similar chart but, it has been lost! Gotta admit, I KNOW yours is much better looking than mine was! LOL

Jessica Hanson said...

printed mine in GREEN!

xoxo....

VICKI IN AZ said...

I will use this and love IT!!
Thank you.

Momofthree said...

I saw this and thought it was a great idea but didn't have a chance to print it. That very evening I was baking and needed to know the relation of 4 tbsp to a cup and immediately went to print the chart. Thanks!

Chrissy said...

Super cute! Thanks for the printable!

Chrissy @ formamas.blogspot.com

Candace @ Candace Creations said...

These are awesome and so cute! THANK YOU!!!

james @ agirlcalledjames said...

this is awesome...thanks so much

Queen said...

this will be so useful for my Special Ed. classroom THANKS!

Mrs Mary Joy Pershing said...

Thank you!!! Sure appreciate it! Am printing now!

Jenny said...

I love it! I always go back online to find out, now I won't. Thank you!!!! Printing it now. :)

Nancy said...

Thank you! I'm forever trying to remember. It doesn't help that I suck at math. :-)

Yvonne said...

Awesome! Thanks so much!

Emilie said...

I always have to stop and think on this - much easier to glance at the fridge!! So thank you from one Emilie to another! :)

Christine said...

I swear I missed the day they taught measurements in Elementary school. Thanks for this-- it helps!

LovingLegacy said...

Soooo cute! Thanks for sharing. :)

Anonymous said...

linked over from pinterest!!! Thank you!

Holly said...

Printing one for each of the kitchens in my FACS classroom - thank you!

Terry said...

Found your printables on Pinterest and will be using this one for a mini recipe album I'm making for each one of my grown kids! Love the primary colors!