|All-purpose flour||Five ounces|
|Cake flour (sifted)||Three and a half ounces|
|Bread flour||Five ounces|
|Brown sugar (packed)||Eight ounces|
|Granulated sugar||Seven ounces|
|Powdered sugar||Four ounces|
Jan 18 2013 Have you bought a kitchen scale yet? If you're just getting acquainted with this essential baking tool, you may be wondering how to employ it to its full potential. While it's becoming increasingly more common for weights to be included in American recipes, many only list the volume equivalents. With that in mind, we've broken down what a standard cup of some common ingredients ought to weigh, so you can use this indispensable tool with confidence.