Want to know How Many Cups in a Quart, How Many Cups in a Pint, or How Many Cups in a Gallon? I’ve condensed the information below so you can cook with ease!

How Many Cups in a Quart

There are 4 cups in a Quart. Knowing simple conversions can really save you a lot of time when you’re in the middle of a difficult recipe, or trying to do a quick calculation in your head. Quarts, pints and gallons are regularly used in cooking, so knowing how to calculate them can be very helpful. So whether you need measurements for One Pan Tuscan Chicken, Grain Free Fig Bars, Keto Chicken Salad or Mini Keto Chocolate Chip Cheesecakes, you can know that your dish will turn out perfectly!

Different areas of the world use different methods of measurement! The United States primarily uses measuring cups and spoons while most of the world uses milliliters and the metric system. I included this information as well to help you double or halve recipes from all over the world!

Metric versus Imperial System

The Metric System is used worldwide, excluding the United States, Myanmar and Liberia. While the US does not use the Metric system, the packaging amounts are labeled in Metric and Imperial measurements. Units differ between the two systems in most units of measurement.

For example, the Metric system calculates length in meters, while the Imperial system uses miles. The same goes for liters and ounces, so it can be very useful to know both systems when you’re busy in the kitchen. To make things easier to measure, I did round some numbers (milliliters and teaspoons, mostly) for easy cooking.

My conversion charts will allow you to switch between milliliters, fluid ounces, cups, quarts, all the way up to a gallon! Simply download, print, and tape up on the inside of one of your kitchen cabinets for an easy guide.

How many cups, pints and quarts are in a gallon?

Remember this easy guide for any quick conversions you may need to make.

  • 1 cup– 8 fluid ounces or 240 mL
  • 1 pint– 2 cups, 16 fluid ounces, or 480 mL
  • 1 quart– 2 pints, 4 cups, 32 fluid ounces, or 950 mL
  • 1 gallon– 4 quarts, 8 pints, 16 cups, 128 fluid ounces, or 3800 mL

How many Cups in a Quart?

A quart is 4 cups. One cup is 1/4th quart, 2 cups is a 1/2 quart.

How many Cups in 2 Quarts?

8 cups will equal 2 quarts. For 1 1/2 quarts, you’ll need 6 cups.

How many Cups in a Pint?

There are 2 cups in a pint. A half-pint is just 1 cup.

Is a UK Pint the same as a U.S. pint?

Surprisingly, no! A UK Pint glass is 20 fluid ounces and holds 2 1/2 cups of liquid. A U.S. pint (2 cups) is 450 ml while a UK pint is 500 ml.

How many Pints in a Quart?

There are 2 pints in a quart. A half-quart is 1 pint.

How many Quarts in a Gallon?

4 quarts will make up 1 gallon. 8 quarts make 2 gallons. 12 quarts makes 3 gallons.


Kitchen Conversion Printable

To make things as easy as possible in the kitchen, print out these easy kitchen conversion charts!

Click Here to Download the Basic Kitchen Conversion Chart

This 1-page vertical printout includes volume conversions that make it SUPER easy to double or halve most recipes!

Click Here to Download the Volume Kitchen Conversions – 2 Full Pages Vertical

These full-page conversion charts are easy to read and keep taped inside a cabinet door in the kitchen!

Click Here to Download the Volume Kitchen Conversions – Half Page Format

Perfect for saving paper & fitting on the inside of narrow cabinets! Print on just 1 page, then cut in half, and place somewhere convenient.