How many cups in a quart?
There are three types of quarts, US Customary fluid and dry quarts and the Imperial quart. There are a few commonly accepted sizes for cups such as US cup, Metric cup, Imperial cup and the Canadian cup. So, depending on what types of quarts and cups are used, the answer to the question of how many cups in a quart might be different. If you are converting from US fluid quarts to US cups, then there are 4 cups in a quart. If the conversion is between US dry quarts and US cups, then there are 4.654 US cups in a US dry quart.
The Imperial cups are no longer in use today and replaced by the Metric cups, but if you still need to convert from Imperial quarts to Imperial cups, then there are 4 Imperial cups in an Imperial quart.
In this converter page, the tables and the converter is based on the US Customary fluid quart and the US cup which are the most commonly converted types of quarts and cups.
Here is the list of conversion factors from quarts to cups:
- 1 US fluid quart = 4 US cups
- 1 US dry quart = 4.6545887754 US cups
- 1 US fluid quart = 3.785411784 Metric cups
- 1 Imperial quart= 4 Imperial cups
- 1 Imperial quart= 4.54609 Metric cups
How to convert from quarts to cups?
To convert from quarts to cups, multiply the quart value by the conversion factor. For example, if converting from US fluid quart to US cup, then multiply the quart value by 4.
For example, to find out how many US cups there are in 4 US fluid quarts, multiply 4 by 4, that makes 16 cups in 4 quarts.
US fluid quarts to US cups formula
US cup = US fluid quart * 4
What is a Quart?
Quart is an imperial and United States Customary systems volume unit. The symbol is "qt".
To convert from US fluid, dry and UK quarts to US, UK and Metric cups, please visit all volume units conversion.