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# Cooks' Helpers

## Introduction

When you're making that quick bread, can you swap a muffin tin for a loaf pan? How many tablespoons are in a cup? Our handy kitchen charts have all the answers. We designed three: baking pan substitutions, measuring equivalents, and candy-making temperatures. Turn each one into a refrigerator magnet or a laminated card. Either way, the information will be at your fingertips.

These charts can be made into magnets or laminated cards. You'll find the necessary materials at office-supply stores.

## Materials

• Scissors
• Heavyweight matte paper

## Steps

1. ### Step 1

Download charts and print them onto magnetic sheets. Cut out with scissors.

2. ### Step 2

Color-photocopy or download and print charts onto heavyweight matte paper; cut out. Laminate according to package instructions; trim.

##### Source
Martha Stewart Living, June 2006

## Reviews (55)

• 3 Mar, 2014

This is my first time i visit here. I found so many entertaining stuff in your blog, thank you Martha Stewart. http://laguid.com/

• 14 Feb, 2012

Thank you,for or good Idea...

do you have one for salt, or sudium ..exp mg..or g
for measuring equivalents ..on a tablespoon or teaspoons,
because I not allowed salt,or sodium if 1 and 4 % ......

• 3 May, 2011

Thanks zenharmony for the very useful website.

• 18 Mar, 2011

http://www.peters1.dk/webtools/conversion.php?sprog=en

• 18 Mar, 2011

This is the measurement conversion site I use... you can always make your own conversion list and tape it over the template.

• 5 Jan, 2011

bklyndoll, one pound of flour can yield varying amounts in volume depending on factors such as: whether it it sifted or packed down, the type of flour, etc. If the recipe says a pound, better to use the weight measure than try to convert to volume (cups)

• 20 Nov, 2010

I'm an American in Australia, and also need to be able to convert recipes from grams to ounces.

• 20 Nov, 2010

I would love to have a chart converting metric to pounds and ounces. We just moved to BC, Canada where things are some things measured in pounds (fruits and vegetables) and some in metric (meat, fish, spices, flour, etc.) . Took me a while to figure out how much fish or meat to buy for dinner.

• 20 Nov, 2010

Is there a chart to convert weight to dry measure, such as a pound of flour into cups, etc? I find recipes from England or Chile sometimes call for a pound of flour.

• 27 Oct, 2010

I made a set for myself several years ago. Now my kids both have their own apartments and I've given each of them a set.

• 14 Sep, 2010

Metric system too please Martha....you have a lot of Aussie fans too!!

• 14 Sep, 2010

Fun! I'm going to print on fabric and use on kitchen towels and aprons! Fun shower gift.

• 14 Sep, 2010

Fun! I'm going to print on fabric and use on kitchen towels and aprons! Fun shower gift.

• 3 Sep, 2010

thanks alot Martha - this is a wonderful idea

• 3 Sep, 2010

thank u so much, i do a lot of baking and candy makeing and cooking this will be such a big help/ i love your idias martha thank you so much for sharing /

• 9 Apr, 2010

This is wonderful. I plan to print them, laminate them, then add a magnet to the backs before giving them to my 4 sisters and several friends.

• 16 Mar, 2010

Thank you! Thank you! This is a great help.

• 16 Mar, 2010

Thank you! Thank you! This is a great help.

• 4 Mar, 2010

I printed these out and they are a great tool to have in the kitchen.

• 4 Mar, 2010

I printed these out and they are a great tool to have in the kitchen.

• 2 Mar, 2010

Thank you... no more bringing the calculator to the kitchen after this LOL!

• 1 Mar, 2010

Wonderful idea! I made both magnets and laminated cards for myself and friends...they were a real hit....thank you!!!

• 1 Mar, 2010

I made enough copies for my friends. A wonderful addition to any kitchen.

• 1 Mar, 2010

They could also be kept inside the spice cupboard door!

• 1 Mar, 2010

Great idea to make for stocking stuffers for the kids next season.

• 1 Mar, 2010

Great idea to make for stocking stuffers for the kids next season.

• 1 Mar, 2010

this is great. what a cute bridal shower gift add-on idea. It'd be great to have an emergency substitutions list too!

• 1 Mar, 2010

This is so handy, I have it printed out and hanging in the inside of my baking supply cupboard

• 1 Mar, 2010

Here is a website that I hope will be helpful to many. Enjoy.
http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.htm

• 1 Mar, 2010

Here is a website that I hope will be helpful to many. Enjoy.
http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.htm

• 1 Mar, 2010

Here is a website that I hope will be helpful to many. Enjoy.
http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.htm

• 29 Aug, 2009

I live in Canada where many recipes are in metric and would LOVE it if someone could post (or Martha create) a version that is universally friendly!

• 7 Mar, 2009

Yes, please, Metric would be wonderful. Even better, could someone please put out conversion charts for the Imperial, Australian, Japanese and other International Cooking Measurements Comparisons all in one convenient place (magnet for like these would be the best). I love reading international cookbooks and magazines, but have trouble with the different systems.

• 27 Feb, 2009

Wonderful. These are hard to find as magnets. I will be making them for a whole lot of people, including myself.

• 26 Feb, 2009

Let's do some in metric please!

• 26 Feb, 2009

I love them .... laminated and on my fridge. Will be making sets for all my friends for Christmas.

• 6 Feb, 2009

this is very useful! I planned to give copies to my sister-in-laws..will print it and have it laminated...thanks for a wonderful idea!

• 26 Jan, 2009

I printed these out and laminated them, hot glued a magnet to the back and they are hanging on my fridge.. Love them!!

• 24 Jan, 2009

This is sooo cool. I love this! Thanks Martha

• 24 Oct, 2008

Wow, this is really useful. Thank you!

• 18 Oct, 2008

just printed it off....didn't know some of those measurements....now I do..thanks Martha!!!!

• 17 Oct, 2008

Excellent. I'm in the UK and have various recipes from US books - but no coversions to ounces/tablespoons - so this is really useful, thank you.

• 3 Sep, 2008

I made up 5 of these also to go along with the excellent Pie Chart template. Distributed sets of these to family and friends who love to bake. Excellent idea, thanks!

• 15 Aug, 2008

I love this. I am working on a family recipe file of my daughter. This will be a great item to add to the cook book.....

• 15 Aug, 2008

I love these to use for bookmarks, print out a set for each of your favorite cookbooks.

• 7 Aug, 2008

converting to/from metric would be a good use of these, too.

• 29 Jul, 2008

This is really great since I'm horable at conversions! It's also great to have when you're baking or something and you don't want to pull out a cookbook with floured hands! Great idea!

• 11 Jul, 2008

These templates are wonderfully helpful as well as fashionable! I printed them out on a cream/yellow-colored card stock for a slightly more "antique" look that matched my kitchen. Soon, I plan to laminate and add magnet backing that way.

• 13 Jun, 2008

Wow, These are GREAT! I Printed them on Matte Photo Paper as the instructions said, then made them with the magnet sheets....An Indispensible item in my kitchen! Great to just use as refigerator magnets, I always know I have these in recipe books.....but it took forever to find the right book and where they were. Now they are always just right there at a glance.....thanks again for another great USEFUL craft.
stpte73

• 28 Feb, 2008

I gave this series of measurement magnets to family and friends for Christmas and it was a real hit with everyone! So Smart.

• 14 Feb, 2008

Cooks helper's are so handy to have. WONDERFUL :0)

• 18 Jan, 2008

Fantastic.
Fantastic. Cathy from England

• 15 Jan, 2008